B.ED. ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2011 – 2012
Sale of Prospectus
Only through the following branches of State Bank of India: June 01 – June 15, 2011
(on working days and during Banking hours)
1. North Campus, Delhi University
2. Gargi College, Siri Fort Road
4. Prashant Vihar
5. Sector 11, Dwarka
6. B-Block, Connaught Place,
B.ED. ADMISSIONS (2011-2012) NOTICE : list of selected candidates
By Post (only from CIE) June 01 – June 10, 2011
Last date of submission of applications at the three centers: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
CIE, MVCOE and SPMC (by 4.00 p.m.) (map on last page)
CIE Department of Education, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110 007
MV College of Education, Opposite Block – 9, Geeta Colony, Delhi – 110 031
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi – 110 026
List of candidates called for Monday, June 27, 2011
Entrance Test on the CIE Website: (4.00 p.m.) http://cie.du.ac.in
ENTRANCE TEST Sunday, July 03, 2011
(9.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.)
Display of the First List of candidates Monday, July 11, 2011
selected for admission (4.00 p.m.)
Payment of dues by the candidates July 12,13 & 14, 2011
on the First List (by 1.00 p.m.)
Display of the Second List of Thursday, July 14, 2011
candidates (if need be) (4.00 p.m.)
Payment of dues by the candidates July 15 & 16, 2011
on the Second List (by 1.00 p.m.)
Display of the Third List of Monday, July 18, 2011
candidates (if need be) (11.00 a.m.)
Payment of dues by the candidates July 18 & 19, 2011
on the Third List (by 1.00 p.m.)
Commencement of Classes Thursday, July 21, 2011
The names of selected candidates will be displayed on
i) the CIE Notice Board
ii) the CIE website : http://cie.du.ac.in
Selected candidates are to make all payments in their respective Institutions.
For any queries regarding filling of the Form, Eligibility Conditions and Admit Cards the
candidates can use the Helpline No. 9650160490
OFFICE WORKING HOURS:
MONDAY – SATURDAY (Except on holidays)
TIMINGS: 10.00 A.M. – 4.00 P.M.2
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed.) 2011– 2012
Admission to the B.Ed. Programme is open to men and women from all parts of the country.
Some seats are offered to foreign students also (Refer page 14). The Programme is offered at:
Department of Education [Central Institute of Education, CIE], University of Delhi, 33, Chhatra
Marg, Delhi -110 007 (http://cie.du.ac.in).
Maharshi Valmiki College of Education (MVCOE), Opposite Block – 9, Geeta Colony, Delhi
110031. Maharshi Valmiki College of Education, established in 1995, is affiliated to University
of Delhi and fully funded by Govt. of NCT of Delhi(www.mvcoe.org)
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College (SPMC), University of Delhi, Punjabi Bagh (West), Road
No. 57, New Delhi 110026 (for women only). This multidisciplinary college was established in
1969. ( www.spmcollege.org).
Lady Irwin College, Sikandra Road, Delhi 110001, only for B.Ed. in Home Science (for
women only). Contact the college directly for admission.
1. ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
The B.Ed. Programme of the University of Delhi consists of theory courses and practicum as
PART B : PRACTICUM (Total : 500 Marks)
School Experience Programme (SEP) and
Practical Skills in Teaching 250
School Teaching Subject – I 125
School Teaching Subject – II 125
Sessional Practical Work (divided as follows) : 250
a) Practical School Assignments (Total Marks 60)
i Special Aspect of the School (Assessed by the Supervisor) 10
ii Syllabus Criticism (Assessed by each Subject Teacher) 10 (5 + 5)
iii Criticism of the Examination System 10 (5 + 5)
(Assessed by each Subject Teacher)
iv Achievement Test Report in Teaching Subject – I 15
v Achievement Test Report in Teaching Subject – II 15
b) Tutorial Work 50
c) Psychology Practicals 30
d) Visual Education 30
e) Work Experience 20
f) Co-curricular Activities (including Physical Education) 50
g) Community Work 10
Note : As per the Ordinance, the minimum marks required to pass the B.Ed. examination
are 40% in each written paper, 45% in the written paper and the work done during the
session relating to that paper in Part A; 50% in Part B (Practical) and 50% in the
Programme Transaction: The B.Ed. Programme involves lectures, discussions,
tutorials, school based experiences, work experience, psychology practicals, visual
education, technology awareness programme for students and co-curricular activities,
including physical education. One major component of the programme is the School
Experience Programme(SEP), which is organised in various schools of Delhi.
Timings: The working hours are from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (Monday to Saturday). All
students are expected to remain for the entire day. During SEP days, all students are
expected to be in the school for the entire duration of the school hours.
Medium of Instruction and Examination: For Courses I, II, & III the medium of
instruction can be either Hindi or English as per the option of the candidate. For Courses
IV & V facilities exist for instruction in a bilingual mode, except for Methodology of
Teaching Languages (offered as options under Course IV).
The medium of examination is either English or Hindi for all the courses. The same
medium should be used by a candidate for all the examinations.
Attendance: Students are expected to attend the classes and other activities regularly.
Under unavoidable circumstances, prior permission for leave is essential. Leave 4
applications should be addressed to the Head of the Department/Principal, after the
same have been recommended by the concerned Tutor or School Supervisor.
University rules require a minimum of 75% attendance in theory, practicals,
tutorials and other activities.
Hostel Accommodation: There are two small dormitory-type hostels in CIE, separately
for men and women. The application for a seat in the hostel should be submitted
immediately after admission. At present, MVCOE and SPMC have no hostel facility, but
the students admitted there can apply for admission to the CIE Hostels.
Academic Session for the B.Ed. Programme commences on Thursday, July 21,
2011 at 9:00 a.m.
2. ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS
Candidates seeking admission to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Programme of the
University of Delhi should meet either of the following eligibility criteria for being
considered for admission to the course through the Entrance Test.
I. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (for graduates)
Bachelor’s degree or any other qualification recognised equivalent thereto from a
recognised university with a minimum of :
50% marks in aggregate in the 10+2+3 or 11+2+2 pattern, or with a minimum of
55% marks in aggregate in the 10+2+2 or 11+3 pattern
50% marks in aggregate at the bachelor’s degree level in each of the two
subjects from out of the ones indicated in List I (see page 5), in which the
candidate will take the Entrance Test.
II. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (for post-graduates)
(a) Master’s degree or any other qualification recognised equivalent thereto from a
recognised university, in any of the subject options indicated in List I or List II
given (see page 5) with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate
Having studied at least one subject at the bachelor’s degree level other than the
one in the post-graduation and also indicated in List-I. In this subject also, the
candidate must have secure at least 50% marks in aggregate in that subject.
The Entrance Test will be taken in this subject along with the subject of the
(b) Masters degree or any other qualification recognised equivalent thereto from a
recognised university in any subject with a minimum of 50 % marks in aggregate
Having studied at least two subjects at the bachelor’s degree level, from the
ones indicated in List I, with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate in each of
these two subjects, in which the candidate will take the Entrance Test. 5
i. Candidates who have appeared in the final year examination of any of the above mentioned degrees
and whose results are awaited may also apply. They, however, would be required to produce a copy
of their admit card of the qualifying examination attested by a competent authority as evidence
of having taken the qualifying exam, at the time of submitting the Application Form. Such candidates
will be required to submit the result of their qualifying examination to the concerned institution into
which they may be provisionally enrolled, within ten days of its declaration, and in no case later than
a specific date in August 2011 as declared by the University of Delhi.
ii. Rounding off of fractions in deciding the eligibility percentage is not allowed.
iii. For relaxation in eligibility conditions for the reserved categories refer to pages 12-14 of the
Lists I & II referred to in the above mentioned eligibility conditions are also to help select
the subject options for the Entrance Test. Every candidate has to opt for two different
subjects for the Entrance Test. The choice of the subjects will determine the choice of
‘stream’ (Table II) and the ‘school teaching subjects’ (Refer to page 15).The lists are as
List – I
Code No. Subject Code No. Subject
03 Biological Science
13 Political Science
Candidates applying on the basis of their graduation can select any two subjects from
List-I only (code no. 1 to 17) for the Entrance Test, as per the eligibility conditions.
Code No. Subject Code No. Subject
Post-graduate candidates can opt for one subject from List-II (code no. 18 to 21) and
another from List-I (code no 1 to 17), provided they fulfill eligibility conditions.
Candidates applying for the seats reserved for any of the ‘Other Languages’ , i. e.,
Bangla, Punjabi, Tamil and Urdu, must choose a second subject for the Entrance Test
from List I other than these languages.
No candidate can opt for both subjects from List II for the Entrance Test.
Some possible Entrance Test subject options for graduates/postgraduates in subjects
other than those mentioned in Lists I and II, as per the eligibility condition of 50% marks
in aggregate and minimum 50% in each of the two subjects, are given in Table-I :6
3. ALLOCATION OF SEATS
Based on the two subjects for the Entrance Test a candidate will have to indicate one
stream in the ICR Form. Only one stream has to be indicated even if the two subjects
fall in two different streams. Candidates are advised to carefully study Table II showing
the seat allocation for various streams.
The candidates for each stream will compete among themselves for the seats available
under that stream, in the three institutions, as detailed below:
* For mathematics, candidates with B.A. or/and M.A. (Mathematics) as well as B.Sc. or/and M.Sc.
(Mathematics) are eligible.
** If seats are left vacant in stream D, the same will be transferred to Stream C (I).
Candidates opting for Stream D or F cannot take the Entrance Test in two subjects from the same
Candidates having Education as a subject in graduation may opt for a seat in stream E, but they
are required to select two subjects for the Entrance Test from List I, as per eligibility conditions.
Once declared, no change in stream/ subjects for the Entrance Test will be entertained.
4. IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING
I. Before filling any of the two – Application Form and ICR (Intelligent Computer
Recogniser) Form – candidates are advised to read the Prospectus carefully and
ensure their eligibility for admission.
II. Candidates should fill both the forms in their own handwriting, using a black ball point
pen. They are advised to read the instructions in both the Prospectus and the forms for
filling the forms correctly. Incomplete applications shall be rejected.
III. Candidates should carefully fill in the entries regarding Name, Father’s and Mother’s
Name, ICR Form No. & Draft No. (in case of form by post) and the Acknowledgement
Receipt (Form A) given in the Prospectus.
IV. Please do not mutilate the ICR Form or attach / staple any document with it. The
following relevant documents must be attached to the Application Form given in
a) Photocopy of Demand Draft of Rs. 425/- as Application Fee (for candidates seeking
prospectus by post only)
b) Acknowledgement Receipt.
c) Duly attested photocopies of:
i) High School/Secondary School Certificate for verification of date of birth
ii) A detailed statement of marks of :
Graduation Parts – I, II, III
Post-graduate level Statement of Marks for each year.
iii) Certificate from a competent authority, establishing the candidate’s claim for reservation,
in the case of candidates belonging to reserved categories.
iv) The candidates ‘awaiting result’ or ‘having appeared’ are required to submit proof of
taking the qualifying examination from a competent authority.
v) Two copies of recent (Passport size) photographs are to be affixed at a) Application Form
and b) ICR Form.
V. Duly completed ICR Form, Application Form and Acknowledgement Receipt
(enclosed in the prospectus) along with all relevant documents should be submitted at
any of the following centres, as found convenient :
Department of Education (CIE), University of Delhi, Delhi – 110 007
M.V. College of Education, Geeta Colony; Delhi – 110 031
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College, Punjabi Bagh (West), New Delhi – 110 026
The counters for submission will operate between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (Monday to
Saturday) w.e.f. June 01, 2011 to June 15, 2011. No public dealing will be done on
Sundays and gazetted holidays.
VI. Candidates sending the application by post are required to use an envelope of
appropriate size to contain the ICR Form (with its envelope), Application Form and
Acknowledgement Receipt along with all relevant documents. The duly filled application 8
should be sent by registered post to reach the Convenor, B.Ed. Admission Committee
– 2011, Faculty of Education, University of Delhi, 33, Chhatra Marg, Delhi – 110 007.
on or before Monday, June 20, 2011. Please do not mutilate the form or attach / staple
any document with the ICR Form. No plea for postal delay will be entertained.
VII. The applicants are advised to retain a photocopy of the duly filled in ICR Form and
Application Form before the same are submitted.
VIII. The Acknowledgment Receipt must be preserved by the candidate for further reference.
IX. Incomplete applications will be rejected and no correspondence will be entertained in
this regard. The receipt of an application will not mean that the same is complete or
the applicant is eligible to appear in the Entrance Test.
X. The Application Form without photocopies of relevant mark-sheet (s), certificates, etc.
shall be rejected. No paper must be attached with the ICR Form.
XI. The information given by an applicant in the application regarding category – General,
Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, OBC, Physically Handicapped or Widows/ Wards of
armed forces personnel – shall be final and no change shall be permitted later on under
XII. It is to be noted that if a candidate has been allowed to appear in the Entrance Test
it does not imply that the candidate’s eligibility to the programme has been
verified. Eligibility shall be finally verified by the office at the time of admission.
XIII. If at any stage, after verification, it is found that the furnished information is wrong or
inaccurate, or documents produced are fake, the consequences may lead to cancellation
of the Test result/ admission, examination, forfeiture of the tuition fee and degree and
even prosecution in appropriate cases.
XIV. A visually disabled candidate cannot himself/herself engage a writer but will be provided
a writer by the Faculty of Education.
5. METHOD OF SELECTION
About the Entrance Test
All candidates are required to appear in the Entrance Test. It consists of two parts and
can be taken in either English or Hindi.
Part A comprises of the two subjects chosen by the candidate for the Entrance Test.
This part will assess, upto graduation level, the content knowledge and analytical
abilities in the concerned subject(s).
Part B of the test is common for all candidates. It consists of the following two sections:
Reasoning and General Awareness
This section would include areas to assess abilities such as reasoning (mathematical,
inductive & deductive), identifying and understanding the relationship among various
elements, decision making, data analysis, interpretation etc. This section will also
assess the awareness and knowledge of the candidate in the fields of education,
national and international affairs, etc.
This section aims at assessing the candidates’ language comprehension skills, either in
English or in Hindi, as per their choice. 9
There will be an Internal Sectional cut-off at 16 marks ( i.e., 40%) for each of the Sections
A (i) and A (ii).
The total duration of the Entrance Test is 3 hours.
Candidates from each of the Streams given in Table-II [Sciences (A), Languages (B),
Social Sciences-C (I) & (II), Arts & Music (D), Education (E), and Other Languages (F) ]
will compete among themselves for the seats allocated in that stream.
Instructions Regarding the Entrance Test
1. Each candidate is required to appear in the Entrance Test, on Sunday, July 03, 2011 at
9.30 a.m. at the test centre to which he/she has been allotted. An intimation of the details will
be sent to the candidate through the Admit Card. The list of candidates and the names of the
respective exam centres will be displayed on the website (http://cie.du.ac.in) of the
Department of Education (CIE) on Thursday, June 30, 2011 at 4.00 p.m.
Discrepancy, if any, should be intimated immediately at the helpline number: 9650160490.
2. • The Admit Card, with the Roll No. and Examination Centre for the Entrance Examination,
will be dispatched to the candidates by post. CIE will not be responsible for the delay,
non-delivery due to incorrect / incomplete address and loss or damage of the admit card
during transit. In case candidates do not receive the Admit Card by Monday, June
27, 2011, they should download the same from the CIE website http://cie.du.ac.in.
• In the event that the candidate does not receive the Admit Card and has not been in a
position to download or obtain a duplicate, he/she should reach his /her Exam Centre as
displayed on the CIE website on the day of the Entrance Exam along with the
Acknowledgement Receipt and a proof of identity.
• No claims of non-receipt of Admit Card will be admissible after the Test.
3. Under no circumstances any change will be made in the exam centre allotted to a candidate.
The candidates are advised to locate and verify for themselves their allotted test center.
4. Candidates are advised to go through the specific instructions regarding the Entrance Test
mentioned in the Prospectus.
5. All candidates will be required to appear in the Entrance Test at a specified examination
center at their own expense, on the date and time specified in the admission schedule, and at
the CIE website http://cie.du.ac.in.
6. Candidates must reach the venue by 9.30 a.m. on Sunday, July 03, 2011.Gates of the
examination center close at 9.30 a.m. Candidates will not be allowed entry to the Exam
Room after 10.00 a.m. under any circumstances.
7. A seat, with a roll number, will be allotted to each candidate who must occupy the allotted
seat before the scheduled time.
8. The candidate’s Admit Card will be verified in the examination hall. The candidates are
required to mark their attendance for the Entrance Test.10
9. No request for re-checking, re-assessment, re-evaluation or scrutiny of OMR answer-sheets
will be entertained.
10. The following schedule will be followed: (Please set your watch with that of your invigilator):
09:30 AM – Entry into the Centre
09:40 AM – Attendance/Verification
09:55 AM – Distribution of Test Booklets
10:00 AM – Test Begins
01:00 PM - Test Ends
11. Candidates should not carry any textual material (printed or otherwise) and gadgets (e.g.
Calculator, Cell phones, Log table etc.) to the venue of the test.
12. Do not fold or mutilate your OMR answer sheet.
13. The rough work (if any) must be done in the test booklet itself in the space provided.
14. No candidate shall be allowed to go outside the venue of the test till the completion of the
entire test duration.
15. Ensure that you have written your Name and Roll No. etc. on the answer sheet, in the space
provided for the purpose.
16. In the multiple choice test items, select your answer (option) carefully and, then, darken that
particular oval in the answer sheet, only when you have finalized the answer.
For example: if your answer to question no. X is given at option ‘b’, then darken in the
X. a b c d
17. Mark your responses carefully. Two or more responses for a question will be considered as
an incorrect answer. For every three incorrect responses, you will lose one mark.
18. Responses have to be recorded on the OMR answer sheet, using black or blue ball point pen
only. Use of pencil, white fluid, or cutting or erasing on the answer sheet will make your
19. Hand over your answer sheet to your invigilator before you leave your room.
20. A candidate with visual disability shall be provided with a writer by the Institution and his / her
exam will be conducted at the CIE Centre only.
Procedure for Selection
Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the Entrance Test
depending on their rank in the merit list of their respective stream. A list of candidates
selected will be prepared strictly in order of merit, based on their performance in the
Entrance Test and their preference of institutions. In case of a tie, the candidate older
in age shall rank higher. The list will be prepared for the respective institutions
separately, strictly according to merit.
The selected candidates have to complete the admission related formalities within the
stipulated period of time. Failure to do this, the offer will be withdrawn and the seat will
be allotted to candidates next in the merit list. Their selection will stand automatically
cancelled without any further notice. 11
Once allocated, no request for change of institution shall be considered.
Candidates whose names appear in the merit list, but whose results of the qualifying
examination have not been declared*, will be permitted to provisionally attend
classes, but will be entitled to admission only if they obtain the requisite percentage of
marks in the qualifying examination (as specified under the eligibility conditions), not
later than a date in August 2011 as specified by the university. Failure to do so will result
in cancellation of the provisional enrolment. Any improvement in the percentage of
marks obtained due to revaluation, will not give them any right to admission later on.
Such candidates will have to compete again, if they seek admission in future, since the
merit list pertains to the current year of admission only.
*Note: Such candidates are required to provide a copy of their Admit Card (with date) as evidence
of having taken their qualifying examination, attested by a competent authority.
Instructions regarding Admission
1. The candidates selected for admission to the B.Ed. Programme, are required to
complete the admission related formalities within the stipulated period of time
including payment of the requisite fee (as notified by the concerned institution) at
the time of admission.
2. Admission to B. Ed. will be considered complete subject to the following:
a. Payment of fee at the concerned institute within the prescribed time-limit
b. Submission of all requisite original certificates* and documents along with
attested photocopies as follows :
i) High School/Secondary School Certificate for verification of date of birth.
ii) A detailed Statement of Marks in Graduation Parts – I, II, III and in case of
Post-graduates also the Master’s Degree Statement of Marks.
iii) Provisional certificate or degree of the qualifying examination.
iv) Relevant certificates/documents from a competent authority, establishing
the candidate’s claim for reservation, for candidates belonging to
v) Character Certificate from the institution last attended.
vi) Candidates awaiting results must submit their admit card as proof of
having taken the qualifying examination, attested by a competent
vii) In the case of candidates in service, a No Objection Certificate from the
*These documents should be submitted in an appropriate file cover along with an index.
A candidate who fails to submit any of the above mentioned documents at
the time of admission, will not be entitled to admission. 12
3. B.Ed. is a one year full-time programme. B.Ed. students are not permitted
to take up any employment (full-time or part-time) or study for any other
examination during the entire period of the B.Ed. Programme.
4. The employed candidates admitted to the B.Ed. Programme will have to produce
a valid sanction of leave from the employer.
5. All the selected candidates admitted to the B.Ed. Programme are required to join
the programme on the opening day of the new academic session, as notified in
6. Once the admissions have been notified as closed after filling the seats,
admissions shall not be re-opened.
7. All admissions are subject to the approval of the University of Delhi.
8. If at any stage, after verification, it is found that the furnished information is wrong
or inaccurate, or Certificate(s)/documents produced are fake, the consequences
may lead to cancellation of the Test result, admission, examination, forfeiture of
the tuition fee, degree and even prosecution in appropriate cases.
6. RESERVATION OF SEATS
Candidates belonging to any reserved category must attach with the Application Form a
copy of the relevant documents/certificates, issued in their own name by a competent
(a) Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST)
(i) As per University of Delhi Rules, 22.5% (15% for Scheduled Castes and 7.5% for
Scheduled Tribes, interchangeable, if necessary) of the seats are reserved for
(ii) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates will be allowed a concession of 5%
marks in the minimum eligibility requirements.
(iii) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates while applying for admission will
be required to submit a certificate in their own name, from a competent authority,
as listed below, to the effect that she belongs to a Scheduled Caste/Scheduled
District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner
Collector/ Additional Deputy Commissioner/Deputy Collector/First Class
Stipendiary Magistrate/City Magistrate (not below the rank of first class
Stipendiary Magistrate/ Sub-Divisional Magistrate/Taluka Magistrate/
Executive Magistrate/Extra Asstt. Commissioner.
Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/
Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.13
Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and / or candidate’s
Administrator/Secretary to the Administrator/ Development officer (for
Lakshdweep and Minicoy Islands)
(b) Other Backward Classes (OBC)
The University and its colleges will abide by the directions of the Ministry of Human
Resource Development as and when received.
27% of the seats are reserved for candidates belonging to the OBC subject to their
fulfilling the conditions:
(i) The final score of the candidate should be not more than 10% lower compared to
the last admitted General category candidate.
(ii) The candidate should possess an OBC certificate issued in her/his name from a
(iii) The caste mentioned in the OBC certificate must be included in the
Central list for the State that the candidate belongs to (available on
(iv) The OBC certificate should mention that the candidate belongs to the ‘noncreamy layer’.
(c) Children/ Widows/Wives of Armed Personnel, including Para-Military
Personnel, killed/ disabled in Action (C/WAP)
(i) As per University Rules 5% of the total number of seats are reserved for the
children/widows/wives of officers and men of the Armed Personnel including
Para Military Personnel killed or disabled in action.
(ii) C/WAP candidates are allowed concession of 5% marks in eligibility
(iii) Cases of the wives/widows/children of Armed Personnel including Para Military
Personnel who died/were disabled while on duty will be considered for admission
against 5% seats reserved in this category. C/WAP candidates will be required to
submit a certificate (in original) from any one the following authorities:
Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi Secretary, Rajya/Zila Sainik Board
Officer-in-charge, Record Office Ist Class Stipendiary Magistrate
(d) Persons with Disablities (PwD)
(I) As per University of Delhi Rules 3% of the seats are reserved for persons with
disablities (which include Visually Disabled (VD) and Other than Visually
Disabled (OVD) candidates). These candidates will also be allowed a concession
of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirements.14
(II) Procedure for admission of physically disabled students
The physically disabled candidates will be registered by the Faculty/Department
in the first instance and thereafter their applications will be forwarded to the
C.M.O., W.U.S. Health Centre (Main Campus) indicating the nature of work
involved in pursuing the course. The candidates will have to present themselves
physically before the medical board on the date specified. Information to this
regard will be displayed on the notice board of the Department of Education
(CIE) at appropriate time.
The Medical Board after examining the candidate concerned would send
information about each candidate to the following effect:
(i) Whether the candidate is fit to pursue the course of study in light of the
information supplied by the Faculty/Department.
(ii) if the Board is of the opinion that the candidate can pursue the course, the
board will recommend the case taking into account the extent of handicap (as
per University rules).
(iii) The Dean of Faculty/Head of the Department/Principal of the College would
keep the required number of seats vacant in the course concerned till the
recommendations of the Medical Board are received by them and their cases
decided thereafter by placing them in the merit list at the appropriate places.
(iv) As per the guidelines of the Medical Board in Delhi University for physically
and mentally challenged candidates the disability certificate should be issued
by the competent authority in the format as per the Govt. of India guidelines.
Note: For category (a) the transfer of seats will be done mutually. In case of non-availability of
suitable candidates for seats in category (b) mentioned above, the vacancies will be
treated as general category and will be filled up accordingly.
(e) Education Subject: (Edu)
Ten seats (seven in CIE and three in M.V.College of Education) are reserved in
the B.Ed. programme for students who have offered Education as a subject (with
three full papers) at the B.A. level. The candidates must have secured minimum
50% aggregate in Education in addition to other eligibility conditions.
(f) General: (Gen)
The remaining seats will be open to all.
(g) Foreign Students:
A maximum of four seats in the Department of Education, two seats in the
M.V. College of Education and one in SPM College can be allocated to
candidates from outside India. All eligible candidates from outside India are
exempted from the B.Ed. Entrance Test. However, they will have to undergo a
special test on proficiency in the English language and an interview which the 15
Department of Education will conduct. Such candidates are advised to apply
through the Foreign Students’ Advisor, University of Delhi.
Note: As per the Supreme Court ruling, candidates belonging to the reserved categories and who
have been found eligible for admission in the general merit list, will be admitted against seats in the
general category. The seats for the reserved categories will, then, be filled-up from the remaining
candidates in the reserved categories as follows :
1. The candidates belonging to the reserved categories will compete for the
reserved seats among themselves. A final selection list will be prepared on the
basis of their performance in the Entrance Test and their preference for the
2. In case of non-availability of suitable candidates for the reserved seats, the
vacancies will be treated as unreserved and will be filled up accordingly.
3. All other conditions and requirements of admission for the reserved categories
will be the same as for unreserved candidates.
7. SCHOOL TEACHING SUBJECTS
After admission, B.Ed. students are required to offer two school teaching subjects which
they will be required to teach at the primary, secondary and/or senior secondary level for
their School Experience Programme (SEP).
These school teaching subjects will either be the same or will be related to the subjects
chosen for the Entrance Test, as per the eligibility conditions. In addition to subject
options in List I, students can also opt for Integrated Science, Environmental Studies or
Social Science as a school teaching subject, provided they have qualified the Entrance
Test in appropriate subject(s) from Steam A or Stream C (I) / (II).
A – Level: A subject at A-level is available for teaching at the middle and
secondary level (Classes VI to X). Graduates and Post-Graduates both can opt
for teaching a subject at A -level provided they have studied that subject at the
graduate level as per the eligibility conditions. Only the subjects referred to in
List-I are available for teaching at the A – level.
B – Level: A subject at B-level is available for teaching at the senior secondary
level (Classes XI to XII). Only Post-Graduates can opt for teaching a subject at
B-level provided they have studied that subject at the post graduate level as per
the eligibility conditions. The subjects referred to in List-I and List-II are available
for teaching at the B-level. Post graduate students can opt for one subject at the
B-level and the same or another at A-level. No student can opt for two different
subjects at B- level, except for those with M.Com. who will teach Accountancy
and Business Studies at B-level. 16
C – Level: A subject at C-level is available for teaching at the primary level
(Classes I to V). Graduates and post-graduates can both opt for teaching a
subject at C-level provided they have studied that subject at the graduate level as
per the eligibility conditions. At C-level only three subjects are available:
Environmental Studies (EVS), Hindi and Mathematics.
Students with M.A. in Philosophy, Sociology or Psychology may opt for any other A-level
subject or C-level subject as their second school teaching subject, provided they have
qualified the Entrance Test in that subject.
All school teaching subjects are offered at all three institutions with the following
Art and Music – Only at CIE
Other languages – Urdu, Punjabi only at MVCOE
Bengali & Tamil only at CIE
Disputes, if any, arising out of or relating to any matter whatsoever, concerning the
process of admission shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court
in Delhi only.
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