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ELIGIBILITY CONDITIONS AND PREPARATION OF MERIT LIST FOR ADMISSION TO B.Ed./M.Ed. TWO YEAR PROGRAMS

Eligibility Conditions for Admission to B.Ed. Two Years Regular Program as per NCTE Norms is as under:

Candidates with at least 50% marks (47.5% in case of SC/ST/Blind/Visually and Differently Abled Candidates of Haryana only) either in the Bachelor Degree and /or in the Master’s Degree in Sciences/ Social Sciences/ Humanity, Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology specialization in Science and Mathemaucs with 55% marks (52.25% in SC/ST/Blind/Visually and Differently Abled Candidates of Haryana only) or any of other qualification equivalent thereto*, are eligible for admission to the programs.
BBA/MBA with 50% Marks (47.5% in case of SC/ST/Blind/Visually and Differently Abled candidates of Haryana Only) and BCA/MCA with 55% marks (52.25% in case SC/ST/Blind/Visually and Differently Abled candidates of Haryana Only).

Eligibility Conditions for Admission to M.Ed. Two Year Regular Program as per NCTE Norms is as under:

“B.Ed. examination from any recognized University, obtaining not less than 50% marks in the aggregate (47.5% in case of SC/ST/Blind/Visually and Differently Abled Candidates of Haryana only) or any other examination recognized by M.D. University, Rohtak as equivalent thereto”.
NOTE:
  • Reduction/relaxation of 5% marks in the eligibility conditions in all the programs shall be granted to the Scheduled Caste candidates. This percentage shall be calculated as per the example given below:-
    Out of 100 marks needs to less = (5/100)x100 = 5
    Out of 50 marks needs to less = (5/100) x 50 = 2.50
    This way minimum mark where general category candidates are required to have 50% in a prescribed qualification, the total required marks for a SC category candidate will be 50-2.50- 47.50 and not 45.
  • There shall be no rounding off of percentage of marks of the qualifying examination from 0.5% and above to next higher number for determining the eligibility i.e. 49.5% and above will not be rounded off to 50%
  • In case a candidate has passed the Master Degree Examination in addition to Bachelor Degree, the higher percentage of marks obtained in either of the two will be taken into consideration while preparing the merit list for admission to B.Ed. Programs.
  • The candidate(s) with re-appear(s) in the qualifying exam shall not be allowed admissions.
  • Cutoff date for eligibility will be the last date/time of online choice filling.
  • One year PG diploma in any subject will not be considered equivalent to Master’s Degree.
  • No applicant shall be permitted to pursue two regular degree Programs simultaneously.