Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) - Prospectus - CIE

 
University of Delhi
                            Department of Education
                          (Central Institute of Education)

                         Faculty of Education

            Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)
                             Prospectus
                                       2020

                             Department of Education
                           (Central Institute of Education)
                                 33, Chhatra Marg,
                                University of Delhi
                                   Delhi - 110007

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Detailed schedule for admissions will be as per the Bulletin of Information for Post Graduate
Courses of the University of Delhi and University guidelines released during the process of
admissions.

            Candidates must regularly visit DU website: http://
          du.ac.in and DoE (CIE) website: http://doe.du.ac.in for
             admission related updates and other information.

              For further queries, please also see the Bulletin of Information
               for PG Admissions 2020 available at the University website.

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S .                                          Content                                            Page
No.                                                                                              No.

1          Institutions offering B.Ed. programme : DoE (CIE), LIC, MVCE & SPMC                   4

2                          Eligibility conditions for B.Ed. programme                            7

3              Institution wise allocation of seats for various subject categories               10

4                          Relaxations/Concessions and Reservations                              11

5                                  Regulations for Admission                                     14

6                                        How to Apply                                            15

7                                     Process of Selection                                       15

8                        Allocation of Institutions and getting Admission                        16

9                         Important instructions regarding Admission                             17

10                                                                                               19
                     A brief framework of B.Ed. Curriculum for 2020-21 sessions

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Institutions offering B.Ed. Programme : DoE(CIE), LIC, MVCE & SPMC

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is a full time two year programme , offered by the Faculty of Education,
University of Delhi at four institutions:

    1.    Department of Education (Central Institute of Education - CIE)
    2.    Lady Irwin College ( LIC)*
    3.    Maharshi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE)
    4.    Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for women (SPMC)*

*Lady Irwin College (LIC) and Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women are exclusively for women. Only
women candidates can apply to LIC and SPMC.
LIC offers B.Ed. only with Home Science as a teaching subject.
Department of Education (CIE) and Maharshi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE) are co-educational institutions.

The Faculty of Education offers various academic and professional programmes:
    A full-time professional teacher education programme of the duration of two academic years, after
         graduate or post-graduate studies, leading to a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Degree. This programme is
         offered, at present, at Department of Education (CIE), 33 Chhatra Marg, University of Delhi, Delhi-
         110007, Lady Irwin College (LIC), Sikandra Road, New Delhi-110001, Maharshi Valmiki College of
         Education (MVCE),Geeta Colony, Delhi-110031 and Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women
         (SPMC), West Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi-110026.
        A full-time professional teacher education programme of the duration of two academic years, after
         graduate or post-graduate studies, leading to a Bachelor of Education (Special Education- Mental
         Retardation) degree. This B.Ed.-M.R. programme is offered, at present, at Lady Irwin College (LIC),
         Sikandra Road, New Delhi-110001.
        A full-time professional teacher education programme of the duration of two academic years, after
         graduate or post-graduate studies, leading to a Bachelor of Education (Special Education- Visual
         Impairment) degree. This B.Ed.-V.I. programme is offered, at present, at Durgabai Deshmukh College of
         Special Education, c/o Blind Relief Association, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, New Delhi-110003.
        A full-time professional programme of four years, after 12 years of schooling, in elementary teacher
         education, leading to a Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed.) Degree. This programme is offered
         at eight affiliated colleges of the University of Delhi.
        A full-time advanced programme in Education, of the duration of two academic years, leading to a
         Master of Education (M.Ed.) Degree.
        A pre-doctoral research programme leading to the degree of Master of Philosophy - M.Phil. (Education).
        A doctoral research programme leading to Doctor of Philosophy - Ph.D. (Education).
        In-service programmes for teachers and other educational practitioners are also offered by DoE.

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Department of Education - DoE (CIE)
The Department of Education, University of Delhi, formerly known as Central Institute of Education (CIE), is
one of the first major institutions of professional learning and research in Education that was established
immediately after independence. The first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and the first
Education Minister, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, took considerable interest in the establishment of this institution
in 1947 and its progress in its early years. Maulana Azad visualized the function of CIE not merely to ‘turn out
teachers who will be ‘model teachers’, but to evolve into a research centre for solving new educational problems
of the country’. Over the past few decades, CIE has grown into a pace-setting institution in teacher education and
research in education. Recognized as the Institute of Advance Studies in Education (lASE) and having launched
the Maulana Azad Centre for Elementary and Social Education (MACESE), CIE has shaped its unique
philosophy which finds reflection in all its academic programmes.
DoE has hostel facilities for men and women candidates who need to apply separately once the candidate has got
admission in DoE. Please see Hostel Prospectus for further information. The nearest station to reach DoE (CIE)
is ‘Vishwavidyalaya’ on the Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro.

Lady Irwin College (LIC)
Accredited by NAAC with A+ grade, Lady Irwin College received ‘Asia’s Best Brand Award’ in the ‘Best
Teacher Training Institution’ category in 2016 at Bangkok. The College has also been awarded the ‘Nina Sibal
Award’ in 2014 for Special Education.
Lady Irwin College is a constituent college for women, in University of Delhi which offers B.Ed. programme
exclusively in Home Science. The College has been offering B.Ed. for students of Home Science since 1952,
and B.Ed. Special Education (MR), for students from all streams since 2007. The College was established
under the patronage of Lady Dorothy Irwin, by men and women concerned with national issues and the education
of women. Among them were the Maharanis of Baroda and Bhopal, Sarojini Naidu, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, Annie
Besant, Kamala Devi Chattopadhyay, Margaret Cousins and Sir Ganga Ram Kaula to name a few. Established in
1932, the college has been a template for over 200 colleges and schools offering the discipline of Home Science
in India and neighbouring countries, providing guidance in development of curricula, programmes and
infrastructure, now for over 87 years.
Over the years, the college has added bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral degrees in the field of Home Science. It
also provides facilities for community outreach programmes, inter-college and international exchanges and
networking, workshops and seminars, public events, sports and recreation. Since its inception, the staff and
students of the college provide research advice and community extension services in nutrition, resource
management, human development, and textiles and clothing. The college has a prestigious program
'The Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur Child Study Center' that houses Play school, Crèche, Early
intervention center in disabilities and day care. It is a true example of inclusive education from formative years
which provides an excellent opportunity for observations for the students of the Department of Education.
The buildings of the college have been classified and protected as heritage sites. The college has well equipped
laboratories and classrooms and library with about 55,000 books and periodicals. The campus is wi-fi enabled and
covered with CCTV surveillance. The Lady Irwin College has a Hostel which is well equipped with modern
facilities and can accommodate about 200 students from undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes.

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The nearest metro station to reach Lady Irwin College is ‘Mandi House’ Metro Station on the Blue Line of the
Delhi Metro.

Maharshi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE)
Accredited by NAAC with A grade, Maharshi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE) is a co-educational
institution established in the year 1995 by the Govt of NCT of Delhi as a Constituent College of University of
Delhi to cater to the long standing need for providing avenues for pre-service elementary and secondary teacher
education programmes for the aspiring students in Delhi. Initially known as College of Education, the college
assumed its present name Maharshi Valmiki College of Education in the year 1997 drawing inspiration from the
ideals of the great teacher Valmiki.
Marking a humble beginning with its Bachelor of Education programme with only 38 students from the
Humanities and Social Science categories in 1995, the college got initiated into the process of shaping its
promising profile under the inspirational leadership of the philosopher, artist and teacher late Professor R.P.
Sharma, Former Head & Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Delhi, who took over as its Founder Principal
(Officer on Special Duty) on September 21st 1995. The college was formally inaugurated by Shri Madan Lal
Khurana, the then Chief Minister of Delhi on November 16th 1995.
With a team of committed teachers on its faculty, the college presently has all the facilities needed for imparting
quality teacher education programme. A well-established library with adequate reading space and more than
11,000 books; well-established physics, chemistry, biology, psychology and computer laboratories; resource
centre with good facilities; and adequate space for all other indoor and outdoor activities etc. is available in the
college. The college focuses on instilling quality and bringing diversity in its teacher education programme. The
nearest stations to reach MVCE are ‘Shastri Park’ on the Red Line and ‘Laxmi Nagar’ on the Blue Line of the
Delhi Metro.

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (SPMC)
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College strives for developing an all-round personality of all the students. The aim of
the college is to facilitate positive thinking and courage of conviction in women to enable them to take on the
different challenges of the modern world. This is a multidisciplinary college established in 1969. The college has
a spacious building with sprawling lawn and play grounds and boasts of state of the art infrastructure. It has a
well-stocked library with an enviable collection of books and journals. There is a fully air conditioned auditorium
with a seating capacity of 1200. Along with these, it has a medical room, a canteen and two fully equipped
computer laboratories. Shyama Prasad Mukherji College has a Family Counselling Centre which provides
counselling, referral and rehabilitation services to students to help them develop better coping skills. Every year, a
highly active Students’ Union organizes various cultural festivals like Srijan. Prizes and Scholarships are awarded
to meritorious and outstanding students on the basis of the examination results and their all-round performance.
Shyama Prasad Mukherji College is the only college in University of Delhi that runs both B.El.Ed. and B.Ed.
courses under the guidance of highly qualified and competent faculty with visiting faculty and resource persons
from India and abroad. An annual seminar is conducted every year inviting paper presentations on themes that

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necessitate meaningful dialogue among academicians, research scholars, faculty members and student teachers
related to issues and challenges of education and learning. The nearest station to reach SPMC is ‘Shivaji Park’
on the Green Line of the Delhi Metro.

                             Eligibility Conditions for B.Ed. Programme
                 Candidates must fulfill both Part A and Part B of the eligibility conditions.
      A. Minimum Qualifying Marks*

Category-I: Candidates with at least 50% marks in aggregate either in Bachelor’s Degree and / or in the Master’s
Degree in Science / Social Science /Humanities/ Commerce or any other qualification equivalent thereto are
eligible for admission to the programme.

Category-II: Candidates with at least 55% marks in aggregate in Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Technology
and specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto are
eligible for admission to the programme.
*[as per Appendix-4 of the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2014 - notified in the Gazette
of India]
                                                       And
      B. Eligibility for choosing Subject Category and Teaching Subject

                The candidate will have to choose one subject category and only one teaching subject
                 (within the subject category) from Table 1 which she/he must have studied in the qualifying
                 degree i.e. Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree for at least 200 marks or at least 12 credits
                 (as per UGC guidelines related to CBCS courses) in Core Course and Elective Courses and
                 obtained at least 50% marks in this subject.
                This subject category chosen by the candidate will be considered final for preparing merit list
                 and allocation of institutions.
                The subject chosen by the candidate from the subject category (Table 1) will be considered as
                 the teaching subject and will remain to be the same throughout the B.Ed. programme.
                Request for change in subject category will not be entertained under any circumstances
                 for allocation of institutions and seats.

                                                             TABLE- 1

Subject Category (also called Pedagogy 1 subject)            Teaching Subject (also called Pedagogy 2 subject)
A) Science                                                                        Biology
                                                                                 Chemistry
                                                                             Integrated Science
                                                                             Mathematics*****
                                                                                  Physics

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B) Language                                                                    English
                                                                                Hindi
                                                                               Sanskrit
C) Social Science                                                            Economics
                                                                             Geography
                                                                                History
                                                                           Political Science
                                                                            Social Science
D) Other Subjects                                                            Commerce
                                                                            Psychology**
                                                                            Sociology***
E) Other Languages****                                                         Punjabi
                                                                                Urdu
F) Home Science*                                                            Home Science

* Home Science will be offered only in LIC where B.Sc. (Home Science) / M.Sc. (Home Science) / B.H.Sc. is the
only eligibility degree. All Home Science candidates will be offered Science as Pedagogy 1 option and Home
Science as Pedagogy 2 option. LIC does not offer any other teaching subjects.
** Psychology will be offered only in DoE (CIE) & SPMC.
*** Sociology will be offered only in DoE (CIE).
**** Punjabi and Urdu will be offered only in MVCE
***** Mathematics is clubbed in as part of the subject category of Science. However, candidates with B.A./ M.A.
in Mathematics or B. Com. (Pass / Hons.) will also be eligible to opt for Mathematics as Pedagogy 1 option as
well as Pedagogy 2 option. Such candidates have to fill Science as their Subject Category.

               Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree (B.A. Program /B.A.
                Pass) with any of the Social Science subjects offered at school level as in Table 1 and
                possessing the minimum eligibility marks are advised to fill in Social Science as their
                Subject Category and Pedagogy of Social Science as their Pedagogy 1 option as well as
                Pedagogy 2 option.
               Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree (B.Sc. General ) with
                any of the Science subjects offered at school level as in Table 1 and possessing the
                minimum eligibility marks are advised to fill in Science as their Subject Category and
                Pedagogy of Science / Mathematics as their Pedagogy 1 option as well as Pedagogy 2
                option.
              Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree B.Com. (Pass/Hons.)
               are not eligible to opt for Commerce, Sociology, Psychology as a Pedagogy subject.
               However, if such candidates have, at graduation level (B.Com. Pass / Hons), studied
               History / Geography / Political Science / Economics or English / Hindi /Sanskrit for at
               least 200 marks and obtained minimum 50% marks in that subject, they are eligible to
               apply to the B.Ed. programme. They are advised to fill in Social Science / Language as

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their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Social Science / Language as their Pedagogy 1
             option as well as Pedagogy 2 option. Further, if candidates have, at graduation level
             (B.Com. Pass / Hons), studied Mathematics for at least 200 marks and obtained minimum
             50% marks in that subject, they are eligible to apply to the B.Ed. programme. They are
             advised to fill in Science as their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Mathematics as
             their Pedagogy 1 option as well as Pedagogy 2 option.
            Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree (B.Sc. Hons. and B.A.
             Hons.) with any of the Science / Social Science subjects offered at school level as in
             Table 1 and possessing the minimum eligibility marks are advised to fill in Science/
             Social Science as their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Science/Mathematics/ Social
             Science as their Pedagogy 1 option and Pedagogy of Physics / Chemistry / Biology/
             Mathematics / History / Geography / Economics / Political Science as their respective
             Pedagogy 2 option.
            Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree (B.A. Hons.) with any of
             the Language subjects offered at school level as in Table 1 and possessing the minimum
             eligibility marks are advised to fill in Language as their Subject Category and Pedagogy
             of Language as their Pedagogy 1 option and Pedagogy of English / Hindi/ Sanskrit as
             their respective Pedagogy 2 option.
            Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate Degree (B.A. Hons.) with
             Punjabi/Urdu Language and possessing the minimum eligibility marks are advised to fill
             in Other Languages as their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Language as their
             Pedagogy 1 option and Pedagogy of Punjabi/Urdu as their respective Pedagogy 2 option.
            Candidates applying on the basis of a Postgraduate degree (M.Sc. / M.A.) with any of
             the Science / Social Science / Language subjects offered at school level as in Table 1
             and possessing the minimum eligibility marks are advised to fill in Science / Social
             Science / Language as their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Science / Mathematics /
             Social Science / Language as their Pedagogy 1 option and Pedagogy of Physics /
             Chemistry / Biology / Mathematics / History / Geography / Economics / Political Science
             / English / Hindi / Sanskrit as their respective Pedagogy 2 option.
            Candidates opting for Sociology, Psychology or Commerce as teaching subjects should
             have essentially done a Masters Degree (post-graduation) in the respective subject.
             Candidates with an M.A. in Sociology/Psychology are advised to fill in Other Subjects as
             their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Social Science as their Pedagogy 1 option and
             Pedagogy of Sociology/Psychology as their Pedagogy 2 option.
             Candidates applying on the basis of an Undergraduate degree (B.A. (Pass / Hons.) in
             Sociology / Psychology, who have, at graduation level studied History / Geography /
             Political Science / Economics or English / Hindi /Sanskrit for at least 200 marks and
             obtained minimum 50% marks in that subject, are advised to fill in Social Sciences as

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their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Social Science as their Pedagogy 1 option as
                well as Pedagogy 2 option.
               Candidates applying on the basis of a Postgraduate degree (M.Com) are advised to fill
                in Other Subjects as their Subject Category and Pedagogy of Commerce as their
                Pedagogy 1 option as well as Pedagogy 2 option.
               Note: A candidate with B.Sc. (Hons.) /M.Sc. in Bio-Physics / Bio-Chemistry /Micro-
                Biology will be eligible under Subject category of Science. A candidate with B.A. / M.A.
                in Public Administration will be eligible under Subject Category of Social Science. A
                candidate with a degree in Management / Law will not be eligible to apply for the B.Ed.
                Programme.

               Institution wise allocation of seats for various subject categories

  Table-2 shows the institution wise allocation of seats for various subject categories. The candidates for each
  reserved category will compete amongst themselves for the seats available under subject category in the
  four institutions, as detailed below:
                                                   TABLE- 2
                                               Total Seats: 438

                                                                                   No. of Seats
    Subject Category

                                                                  DoE        LIC          MVCE         SPMC
   A) Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology,
        Mathematics, Integrated Science)                        40             -          40            20

   B)   Language (Sanskrit, Hindi, English)                     30             -          30            15
   C)   Social Science
        (History, Political Science, Geography,
                                                                40             -          40            20
        Economics, Social Science)
   D)   Other Subjects
        Commerce, Psychology, Sociology                         15             -             10          8

   E)    Other Languages
           (a) Punjabi (b) Urdu                                      -         -                   5     -

   F) Home Science (offered only to Home Science
   students who have studied Science)                                -       125               -         -

   TOTAL SEATS                                                  125          125            125         63
     # Seats in Lady Irwin College and SPM College are available only for Women candidates

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*Supernumerary seats for the PwD, CW and foreign nationals shall be as per the University of Delhi norms
in the B.Ed. programme.
    1. The seat distribution corresponds to the enhancement of seats regarding EWS reservation (as per
    DU policy) for the year 2020 – 21 only.

    2. Stream-wise reservation within the stream to be calculated as per rules.

    3. Changes in numbers, if required under rules, may be made in the above–mentioned table in
    consonance with the University of Delhi directions.

                             Relaxations/Concessions and Reservations
Relaxations/Concessions and Reservations would be as per the University guidelines for post graduate admissions
as given below:

Relaxations / Concessions
The minimum eligibility requirement for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) candidates will be
that they must have passed the qualifying school/degree examination.
Other Backward Classes (OBC), Children/Widows/Wives of Armed Personnel, including Para-Military
Personnel, killed/disabled in Action (CW), Persons with Disabilities (PwD) category candidates will be
allowed a concession of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirements of the programme and the
teaching subject as per University of Delhi norms.

There are no seats offered in the B.Ed. Programme on the basis of Sports/ Co-Curricular Activities.

    (a) Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ ST)
        The minimum eligibility requirement for the Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates will be that
        they must have passed the qualifying school/degree examination.
        In case of Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe candidates, who have passed the last qualifying examination
        from other Universities, they should have secured at least the same percentage of pass marks at the
        qualifying examination as prescribed for the equivalent examination of University of Delhi for purposes
        of admission to the post-graduate course of this University. The B.Ed. admissions are based on written/
        entrance test, and the Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe candidates would also be required to take the test
        and their merit list will be drawn separately.
        SC/ST candidates while applying for admission will be required to submit a valid certificate in
        their own name, from a competent authority, as listed below, to the effect that she/he belongs to a
        Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe.
         District Magistrate/Additional District Magistrate/Collector/ Deputy Collector/ Deputy
            Commissioner/Additional Deputy Commissioner/ First Class Stipendiary Magistrate/ City Magistrate/
            Sub-Divisional Magistrate/ Taluka Magistrate/Executive Magistrate/Extra Assistant Commissioner
            (not below the rank of First class Stipendiary Magistrate)

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 Chief Presidency Magistrate/Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Presidency Magistrate.
       Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.
       Sub-Divisional Officer of the area where the candidate and/ or candidate’s family normally resides.
       Administrator/Secretary to Administrator/Development Officer (for Lakshadweep).
   (b) Other Backward Classes (OBC)
      The OBC candidates shall be given a relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility in the qualifying
      examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance test to the extent of 10% of
      the minimum eligibility marks prescribed for the unreserved category candidates. For example, if the
      minimum eligibility for admission to a course is 50% for the unreserved category candidates, the
      minimum eligibility for the OBCs would be 45% i.e. (50% less 10% of 50%). All those OBC candidates
      who meet the minimum eligibility marks in the qualifying examination and the minimum eligibility
      marks (if any) in the entrance test shall be eligible for admission in the order of their merit, keeping in
      view the availability of seats reserved for them.

      The OBC candidates who belong to the ‘Non-Creamy Layer’ and whose castes appear in the
      Central List of the OBCs, as on date, shall be eligible to be considered for admission under the OBC
      Category on the basis of a valid OBC certificate as per the University of Delhi norms.
   (c) Persons with Disabilities (PwD)
      The PwD candidates with not less than 40% disability shall be given a relaxation in the minimum
      eligibility in the qualifying examination and in the minimum eligibility (if any) in the admission entrance
      test to the extent of 5%.
   (d) Children/Widows of the eligible Armed Forces Personnel (CW Category) including Para Military
      Forces:
      A concession of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility requirements in the qualifying examinations.
   (e) The candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, and Persons with Physical
      Disability shall be charged the registration/admission form/entrance examination fee at
      concessional rates.
   (f) The total number of seats is inclusive of the EWS reservation as per University guidelines.

Reservations
   (a) Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / Other Backward Classes
      Reservation of seats shall be in the following manner:
      Scheduled Caste = 15% of total intake in the course
      Scheduled Tribe = 7.5% of total intake in the course
      Other Backward Classes = 27% of total intake in the course
      (Remaining seats will be open for all candidates.)

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The seats reserved for the SC/ST shall be filled by the SC/ST candidates only. However, in the case of
          non-availability of the eligible candidates, the reserved seats may be interchanged between the SC & ST.
          If still any seat remains unfilled, the same shall be left vacant. The seats reserved for the OBCs shall be
          filled with the OBC candidates only. Only if OBC candidates possessing the minimum eligibility marks
          are not available in the OBC category then the vacant OBC seats shall be converted into unreserved
          category seats in accordance with the admission schedule notified by the University.

    (b) Supernumerary Seats:

        (i) Persons with Disabilities (PwD category)
          5% of the total seats in the course will be kept for PwD category.
          Seats will be offered as per the guidelines of the University of Delhi.
        (ii) Children/Widows of eligible Armed Forces Personnel including Para Military Forces (CW
          category): 5% of the total seats in the course will be kept for CW category.
           As per the guidelines approved by the Academic Council, University of Delhi, admissions of
          candidates belonging to CW category, have to be made as per the merit in the entrance test but
          strictly in the following order of priorities:
    1.    Widows/Wards of Defence personnel killed in action;
    2.    Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action;
    3.    Widows/Wards of Defence personnel who died in peace time with death attributable to military service;
    4.    Wards of Defence personnel disabled in peace time with disability attributable to the military service;
    5.    Wards of Ex-servicemen personnel and serving personnel including personnel of police forces who are in
          receipt of Gallantry Awards; Category-V (Gallantry Awards) include: Param Vir Chakra, Ashok Chakra,
          Sarvottam Yudh Seva Medal, Maha Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra, Uttam Yudh Seva Medal, Vir Chakra,
          Shaurya Chakra, Yudh Seva Medal, Sena, Nausena, Vayusena Medal, Mention-in-Despatches, President's
          Police Medal for Gallantry, Police Medal for Gallantry.
    6.    Wards of Ex-Servicemen;
    7.    Wives of:
    1)    Defence Personnel disabled in action and boarded out from service
    2)    Defence Personnel disabled in service and boarded out with disability attributable to military service
   3) Ex-Servicemen and Serving Personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards;
   8. Wards of Serving Personnel; and
   9. Wives of Serving Personnel
Authorities Competent to issue educational concession certificates under CW category:-
   • Secretary, Kendriya, Sainik Board, Delhi
   • Secretary, Rajya Zila Sainik Board
   • Officer-in-Charge, Records Office
           st
    •     1 class Stipendiary Magistrate
    •     Ministry of Home Affairs (for Police personnel in receipt of Gallantry Awards)

(iii) Foreign Nationals
5% of the total seats in the course will be kept for foreign nationals.

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Admissions of Foreign Nationals will be as per the guidelines of the University of Delhi. The candidates may
contact Foreign Students Registry for the same.

                                           Regulations for Admission
 (i)        Rounding off fractions in deciding the eligibility percentage is not allowed.
 (ii)       Mere successful registration by the candidate does not entail right to appear in the B.Ed. entrance
            examination unless the payment of entrance test fee made by the candidate is verified and satisfied by the
            B.Ed. Admission Committee.
 (iii)      Candidates who have applied for revaluation/improvement of examination results or have appeared in
            supplementary examinations (to re-appear) will not be considered for provisional admission.
 (iv)       All those candidates who have appeared in the final year examination and whose results are awaited
            may also apply. However, they are required to produce a provisional certificate, necessary mark sheets
            of the required qualifications, and other documents, at the time of admission at their respective allocated
            institution.
 (v)        The candidates who do not have the results of their qualifying degree / category certificate, shall be
            allowed for provisional admission and given any extension of time as per the University guidelines.
 (vi)       Any candidate whose name appears in the admission list, must report to the allocated institution on
            the date(s) mentioned for the admission list. In case of non-reporting by the candidate, the seat will be
            treated as vacant and offered to the next candidate in the particular subject category in the subsequent
            admission lists.
            As per the observations made by the Hon’ble High Court in the matter of University of Delhi Vs.
            Akansha Gupta & Ors. In LPA 903/2013, for those courses wherein admissions are based on the rank in
            the entrance examination, the candidates will be eligible for admission only if they have the results of
            their qualifying degree examinations.
(vii)       Subject Category selected in the registration form by the candidate shall not be changed thereafter.
(viii)      In case of any disparity regarding the choice of teaching subject, the decision of the B.Ed. Admission
            Committee shall be final and binding.
 (ix)       The candidates applying for admission to the B.Ed. programme shall be permitted to apply
           simultaneously under UR/SC/ST/OBC Category as well as CW, PwD and other categories for which
           reservations /concession is admissible.

                                                     How to Apply
An applicant should take care of the following before filling the admission form:

        1. Visit the University of Delhi website and go to Post graduate admission Portal and register yourself first.
        2. Go through the B.Ed. Prospectus available at http://doe.du.ac.in very carefully.
        3. Check your Eligibility according to the Eligibility criteria given in the prospectus.
        4. For online application, fill the B.Ed. Admission Form available on DU PG Admissions Portal

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5. Please follow the step by step instructions given on the PG Admissions portal carefully while filling the
        online form.
     6. Please select the Subject Category and one teaching subject very carefully.
     7. Please select the Centre of examination carefully.
     8. No Changes in the form are allowed once the online payment has been done.
     9. After the payment is made, take a print-out of the form and bring it along on the day of admission at
        the allocated institution.
                                              Process of Selection
All admissions to the B.Ed. programme will be made through an Entrance Test of 400 marks. The merit will be
prepared on the basis of scores obtained in the Entrance Test. The test will be of 2 hours duration. The question
paper shall consist of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) of 4 marks each. There is NEGATIVE MARKING.
For each wrong answer ONE mark would be deducted.

There will be one common entrance test for all the candidates. The test will include questions based on
understanding and application of concepts in Science, Social Science and Mathematics at school level (up to
senior secondary / class 12), language comprehension in both English and Hindi, reasoning and general awareness
on social, political and economic issues.

The entrance test will be conducted online only. The test description given in the Table-3

                                                   TABLE - 3

                              Content                                            Type & Medium
                                                                           Multiple-Choice Questions ;
     Subject Knowledge at School (till senior secondary level )
                                                                                 English or Hindi
                 Reasoning and General Awareness                           Multiple – Choice Questions;
                                                                                 English or Hindi

            Language Proficiency (in English and Hindi)                    Multiple- Choice Questions;
                                                                               English and Hindi

                         Allocation of Institutions and getting Admission

A.   Display of Admission List with allocation of institutions

On the basis of the performance in the entrance test, a merit list of all candidates, who take the test, will be
displayed on the Website of the University/Department. Depending on the rank in the merit list of their
respective category of the candidate, subject category, availability of seats and preference of the
institutions, candidates will be allocated to different institutions. Display of name in the merit list does not
indicate final selection for admission. The overall merit list will comprise of candidates of all categories. No
one will be excluded from the same. The Unreserved (UR) merit list will also include SC/ST/OBC/PwD/CW
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candidates in the order of merit.

In case of a tie, the University guidelines will be followed.

Each subject category may have different merit list based on the rank obtained in the Entrance Test and
availability of seats. For instance, seats may get filled in with high rank in merit for Science/Social Science
Subject categories but may continue to get filled in with lower ranks in merit for Home Science category as
the seats are more in Home Science.

Being a unique professional programme where allotment of institution to a successful candidate involves
various factors such as merit in the entrance test, candidate’s category, subject category, availability of
teaching subjects across institutions and candidate’s preference of institutions, hence, candidates are not
allowed to change their allotted institution. Similarly, no change of institution is allowed from one
admission list to subsequent admission lists. Any mutual swapping of institutions amongst candidates is
also not allowed. The Faculty of Education treats all institutions as equal with dedicated staff and adequate
support system.

Candidates should check Department of Education website and DU website for regular updates on Schedule of
B.Ed. Admissions Lists. New Admission lists will be generated till all the seats are filled.
     B. Admission Formalities
      The candidates shortlisted for the admission must be present at the stipulated date and time, at their allotted
      institutions, along with:
      a. Photo ID Proof
      b. Print out of their filled in Application/Registration Form
      c. Admit Card of Entrance Test
      d. Two latest passport size photographs
      e. Original and two sets of photocopies of relevant documents as mentioned in Table 4 below.
Women candidates can choose any of the four institutions, depending on availability of seats in the
respective subjects and categories. LIC is open only for women candidates offering Home Science. Men
and Other Gender candidates have only two institutions as Choice of Institution - DoE (CIE) & MVCE.
The candidates will have to complete the admission related formalities within the stipulated period of time in the
respective institutions allotted to them. If they fail to do so, the offer will be withdrawn and the seats will be
allotted to candidates next in the merit list of the subsequent admission list. Their selection will stand
automatically cancelled without any further notice.

Once allocated, no request for change of institution shall be entertained. In other
words, up-gradation of institutions is not allowed.

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The candidates who do not have their results of the qualifying degree shall not be allowed for provisional
admission. As per the observations made by the Hon’ble High Court in the matter of University of Delhi Vs
Akansha Gupta & Ors. In LPA 903/2013, for the those courses wherein admissions are based on the rank in the
entrance examination, the candidates will be eligible for admission only if they have the results of their
qualifying degree examinations.
Such candidate may be considered for admission in the subsequent admission lists, provided:
i. The candidate reports to the allocated institutions on the date(s) mentioned when his / her names appear in the
merit list(s).
ii. The Admission Committee, in the light of the University guidelines, allows the candidate a limited time period
after taking an undertaking from the candidate, to present the documents within the given time period.

                            Important 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) as per the admission lists. The fee structure of the four institutions/colleges
        offering B.Ed. programme will be announced at the time of admissions. Fee concessions will be offered
        as per the guidelines of the University of Delhi.

         1. Admission to B. Ed. Programme will be considered complete subject to the following:
             (a) Reporting at the concerned institution, within the prescribed time-limit and submission of two
                   latest passport size photographs of the candidate and all requisite original certificates &
                   documents along with attested photocopies as specified in Table- 4.
             (b) Payment of online admission fee, within the prescribed time-limit.

                                                         TABLE-4
     Documents required for Admission

            I.        High School/Secondary School Certificate for verification of date of birth.
            II.       A detailed Statement of Marks of Part- I, II and III at Graduation. In case of Post-graduation
                      being the eligibility, a Statement of Marks at Master’s level.
            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 reserved categories.
            V.        Character Certificate from the institution last attended or from any gazetted officer (valid
                      for six months from the date of issue).
            VI.       In the case of candidates in service, a No Objection Certificate from the employer and a
                      letter of sanction of study leave for a period of two years.
                             Please arrange documents in the serial order mentioned above.

2.      A candidate, who fails to submit any of the above mentioned documents at the time of admission,
        will not be entitled to admission. The Admission Committee, with an appropriate written
        undertaking from the candidate, will have the discretion to give some time for submission of

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documents,
3.    B.Ed. is a two year full-time programme. B.Ed. students are not permitted to take up any
      employment (full-time or part-time). The employed candidates admitted to the B.Ed. Programme will
      have to produce valid sanction of leave from the employer.
4.    As per A.C. Resolution 40 dated 24/04/1997, no student of the University shall be permitted to
      pursue two degree courses simultaneously either from the University of Delhi or from other
      University except the part-time diplomas/certificates of the University of Delhi.
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 the Prospectus.
6.    Admission lists will be generated to fill in all the possible seats by the last date of admission as decided
      by the University. The Admissions shall not be re-opened, once the admissions have been notified as
      ‘closed’.

7.    All admissions are subject to the approval of the University of Delhi.
8.    If, at any stage, after verification of documents and payment of fee, it is found that the furnished
      information is wrong or inaccurate, or Certificate(s) /documents produced are false, the consequences
      may lead to cancellation of the candidate’s Entrance Test result, admission, forfeiture of the tuition fee,
      degree and initiation of criminal proceedings against the candidate.

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A brief framework of B.Ed. Curriculum for 2020-22 sessions
          The B.Ed. Programme of the University of Delhi consists of Theory courses and Practicum as
        mentioned below briefly in Table 5. The detailed syllabus is available on the website of the
        Department of Education. The B.Ed. curriculum follows NCTE/UGC guidelines and may vary
        from Recruitment rules of different Selection Boards for Teachers.
                                                     TABLE- 5

                                                     First Year
        Paper        Title of the Course                                                     Maximum Marks
           I         Education in Contemporary India                                                  100
          II         Human Development and Learning                                                   100
          III        Conceptual Foundations of Education                                              100
          IV         Pedagogy 1 (any one of the subject categories)                                   100
          V          Pedagogy-2 (Teaching of any one subject at school)                               100
          VI         Gender, School and Society                                                        50
         VII         Knowledge, Disciplines and School Subjects                                        50
                     Enhancement of Professional Capacity (EPC)
                     EPC 1: Art, Craft and Aesthetics, with special reference to any one               50
                     of the four arts
                     EPC 2: Critical Understanding of ICTs in Education                                50
                     Tutorial                                                                          50
                     Field Observation (Practicum)                                                     50
                                                                                               Total Marks :800
                                                    Second Year
         VIII        The Inclusive School                                                              50
          IX         Assessment for Learning                                                           50
          X          Elective Course (Any One)                                                        100
                     Enhancement of Professional Capacity (EPC)
                     EPC 3: Understanding Communication                                                50
                     EPC 4: Yoga                                                                       50
                     School Experience Programme (S.E.P.) – Internship                                300
                                                                                               Total Marks : 600

Timings: All students are expected to remain in the respective institutions for the entire day, as per the working
hours of the respective institutions. During S.E.P. days, all students are expected to be in the school for the entire
duration of the school hours.
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Medium of instruction and examination: For Foundation Courses, the medium of instruction can be either
   Hindi or English as per the option of the candidate. For Pedagogy and Optional/Elective Courses, facilities exist
   for instruction in a bilingual mode. 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.
   Hostel Accommodation: There are two small dormitory-type hostels in DoE (CIE), separate for men and
   women. The application for a seat in the hostel should be submitted immediately after taking admission. At
   present, MVCE and SPMC have no hostel facility; but the students admitted there can apply for admission to the
   DoE (CIE) Hostels. They would be considered for a hostel seat as per the Hostel rules. LIC has hostel facilities
   for the students.

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.

The Faculty of Education observes Zero-Tolerance Policy towards Ragging.

                                         Ragging is strictly prohibited.

                                                  CONTACT DETAILS
   For any query, write to the B.Ed. Admission Committee on the E-MAIL ID: dubedadmissions2020@gmail.com
   Visit the website http://doe.du.ac.in regularly for updates on admit card, results, admission lists and related
   information.
             Academic Session for the B.Ed. Programme is likely to commence September, 2020.

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