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H.S section teacher admitted in ODL B.Ed

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  • #69268
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      I’m an assistant teacher of computer sc. in H.S Section.My name was enlisted in the NSOU website and therefore I took admission.Will there be any problem in future?Plz reply.

      #78826
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        How your name was sent to NSOU website through ADI/DI although you are H.S. Section teacher? Have you contacted with NSOU or School Education Department(Bikash Bhavan)?

        #78827
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          I think your reg. certificate will not come.

          #78888
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            My name was sent to the DI office as an untrained teacher of H.S section.I don’t know what action was taken on their part.When my name was in the NSOU website I contacted with DI office and A.I told me verbally I may take admission.But still there is no G.O in this regard.So I’m in big confusion what to do now.Plz suggest.

            #79033
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              if a student completes hons in physics under three years of degree course with elective subjects math and chem (300 marks)..can he be admitted to masters degree in mathematics with out any bridge course ? universities are giving permission without bridge course( for the students under three years of degree course)..is the degree valid ?

              #79040
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                NEHA, DOING PG AFTER 3 YRS DEGREE COURSE IS VALID. NO BRIDGE COURSE IS REQUIRED IN THIS CASE. BUT ALWAYS BE CAREFUL WHETHER THE UNI YOU ARE GOING TO JOIN IS RECOGNISED BY THE UGC,DEC,,,etc. get suggestions from competent authorities.

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