What is B.ED

B.Ed is a bachelor's degree for teaching as a profession in schools. However, it is worth knowing that a B.Ed or Bachelor of Education is not a bachelor's degree and one must complete their graduation to pursue this course. Thus, B.Ed is a professional course and only after completing this course, students can get a job at school level.

The B.Ed course duration is typically two years. Candidates can pursue B.Ed in distance education as well as regular mode. B.Ed course fee varies from college to college and depend on different parameters such as the type of institution (government/ private) and mode of education (regular/ distance). However, B.Ed fees in a majority of colleges range from Rs 20,000 to Rs 1,00,000.

Degree Type

Post Graduation

Course Fee

₹ 90,000

Minimum Marks

50-55% (UG)

Minimum Age

19 years

Time Period

2 years

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B.Ed Qualification

Age Limit: The admission process of B.Ed colleges, the age of the candidates should be minimum 19 year.

  • Educational Qualification: In order to meet the B.Ed eligibility criteria, candidates have to complete their graduation in any stream.
  • B.Ed colleges allow candidates to participate in their admission process for B.Ed course if they have graduated at UG level with at least 50-55% aggregate marks.

Essential skills for B.Ed.

candidates wishing to pursue B.Ed course need to ensure that they possess the skills described below:

  • Good communication skills
  • Good organizational skills
  • Patience
  • Sympathetic
  • Quick learner

Career Choices after B.Ed

Bachelors of Education (B.Ed) is one of the most sought after courses in India with lakhs of candidates every year. One of the reasons for the popularity of the B.Ed course is the endless job opportunities. Teachers are always needed in various schools throughout the country. With new schools coming every year and the need for older teachers, B.Ed offers a good field. Demand for jobs in the public sector is high for B.Ed graduates. CTET degrees apply for teaching jobs in public schools.

Leading private activities after B.Ed

  • Teacher : Private school teaching profession in your chosen subject knowledge.
  • Counsellor : Who help students with common academic problems.
  • Education Manager : Education Manager incorporates his / her responsibilities to manage the overall management of the school.
  • Educational Researcher : A person who may enter the technical field as an Education Researcher where they will be researching a topic of interest.

Government Activities after B.Ed

# Job Name Exams
1 Central Govt. School Teacher Central Teaching Eligibility Test (CTET)
2 School assistant (SA),
Post graduate teacher(PGT)
Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT)
3 Primary or elementary school teacher Teacher Recruitment Test (TRT)
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B.Ed Admission Process & Entrance Exams

In most colleges and universities, B.Ed entrance is done on the basis of entrance examination. The pattern of popular B.Ed entrance examinations is such that candidates are required to ask questions from two or three sections. The first section tests language proficiency and the remaining sections test candidates' domain knowledge and reasoning ability. Some popular B.Ed entrance exam candidates should consider giving:

# Exams # Exams
1 APEdCET 4 RIE CEE
2 IGNOU B.ED Entrance Test 5 TSedCET
3 BEET 6 CUCET

Frequently Asked Questions about Admission to B.Ed Course - B.Ed Term Merit Registration Fee Age Entrance Exam Universities Teaching Practice etc.

What is a B.Ed or Bachelor of Education course?
B.Ed or Bachelor of Education course is a mandatory course to become a teacher in private or public schools. There are many ways to teach a candidate in the B.Ed syllabus and train them to become successful teachers in life. The B.Ed course improves and develops a lot of teaching skills in the candidate both academically and practically.

What is the duration of B.Ed course?
According to the NCTE notification, the duration of the B.Ed course is 2 years all over India. Notification can be obtained

What qualification is required to do B.Ed course?
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree course so the candidate should have at least a graduation degree or post-graduation degree. 50% marks for general candidates and 47.5% marks for SC / ST / PH candidates. .

Experience in B.Ed teaching?
No, you do not need teaching experience to pursue a B.Ed course. You need a Bachelor's or Master's degree from a UGC approved university with at least 50% marks.

Is there any age limit for doing B.Ed course?
Well, yes and no. Yes - at a young age, the candidate must be 21 years old to practice this course and not for the upper age

If I am not a resident of Haryana, can I do B.Ed from Haryana Universities?
Yes, you can do B.Ed from Haryana. You must meet the eligibility criteria for admission. Keep in mind that 15% of the seats are reserved for the All India category and the remaining 85% are reserved for Haryana residents only. So decide as soon as possible if you want to get admission in B.Ed course

Should I give the entrance test?
No, B.Ed Admission helps you to get direct admission in B.Ed course, so there is no entrance test, no merit list - if you choose B.Ed admission it will be direct admission.

What documents are required for B.Ed admission?
The following documents are required for admission in B.Ed course. Please make sure you have checked the eligibility criteria for the first entry.

  • 10th Class Certificate and Mark Sheet
  • 12th Class Certificate and Mark Sheet
  • Consolidated Undergraduate Final Year Mark Sheet
  • Provisional Certificate or Bachelor Degree
  • Consolidated Marks Table for Masters Final Year (if applicable)
  • Provisional Certificate or Masters Degree (if applicable)
  • Migration Certificate (original submission required by end of November)
  • 6 colour photographs of the candidate.


What is the procedure for direct admission in B.Ed course?
First of all, the candidate should have admission eligibility criteria with 50% marks for undergraduate or postgraduate degree and you have two options if you meet. The first option is to fill in the online application form (online application form is available here), upload your documents and pay the registration fee by debit / credit card or net banking. Another option is to book an appointment with B.Ed Admission to apply offline at the office. In offline mode, the candidate is required to photocopy all the required documents and 6 photographs along with the registration fee, which can be issued by debit / credit card, net banking check or DD

What are the options for paying registration or course fees?
There are several options available to pay the registration or course fee. You can pay the fee by check or DD using your debit / credit card, net banking. Please note that B.Ed Admission does not accept cash payment

I am a B.E / B.Tech degree holder Can I do B.Ed?
Yes, B.E. Or a B.Tech student can also do a B.Ed course from Haryana. But the candidate should have 55% marks in B.E./B.Tech degree.

I am appearing for the final year exam for my undergraduate or postgraduate, how can I get admission in B.Ed without my results?
B.Ed admission can also help you. You can request B.Ed admission to allocate your seat by registering online. B.Ed Admission You can reserve your set till the end of August.

I am a BBA / BALLB / BCA candidate, can I do a B.Ed course?
Yes, any student with a valid UGC approved degree (i.e. BA, B.Com, BCA, BBA, Bulb etc.) is eligible for admission in B.Ed course in Haryana. The student must have at least 50% total marks in that degree.

What is the registration fee for processing my application for direct admission in B.Ed.
B.Ed admission does not charge students anything. The minimum fee for registration and consultation to process the application is 6000. As soon as you register and pay the registration fee, your application will be processed and you will be assigned a seat.

I do not have 50% marks for my graduate degree, but my post-graduation is more than 50%. Can I apply for B.Ed course?
Yes, the candidate should have 50% marks in Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree. You can fill out the online application form and upload your documents

I did not get 50% marks in my graduation or in my post-graduation, but I am an SC / ST / PH candidate. Am I eligible for admission in B.Ed course?
By the way, if you live in Haryana and you have 47.5% or more in your undergraduate or postgraduate degree you are eligible for admission. But, if you belong to any other state and you are an SC / ST / PH candidate, you are still considered normal.

I want to make my future as a General Graduate Candidate and Teacher living in Delhi. SOL Delhi I have 43% marks for my Bachelor Degree from Delhi, then how can I fulfill my dream of becoming a teacher?
By the way, the basic requirement for B.Ed admission is in 50% marks after graduation or post- graduation. You can do JBT or B.Ed, 10 + 2 standard (Higher Secondary School Examination) 50% admission required.