1. Before the Admission.
a). University will hold Entrance Test for selection of candidate. Selection for admission shall be made strictly on the basis of performance in
the entrance test to be conducted by the University.
b). No Candidate will be permitted to appear in the Test without a valid Admit Card. The admit card should be presented to the
invigilators/other authorised officials for verification. The candidate's identity will be verified in respect of his/her details on the Admit Card. If
the identity is in doubt, the candidates may not be allowed to appear in the Test. The authorities may at their discretion provisionally permit
the candidate to appear in the Test after completing formalities including taking of thumb impression/ several signatures for further
verification. No extra time will be granted for these formalities to be completed.
c). Selected candidate will be informed of their selection by post or by notice board or through news papers. Selection list will also be available
at Head office and our website : www.deptofeducationmu.org.
d).Each Candidate will be required to appear in the Entrance test only at the
Centre to which he/she has been allotted.
e). No telephonic enquiry will be entertained in this regard.
f). No change will be made in the test centre allotted to the candidate under any
g). Candidates absenting from entrance test will not be considered for admission.
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DESCRIPTION OF ENTRANCE TEST
There will be objective type of test for admission in B.Ed. Programme. The test will comprises of 100 questions carrying one mark each. The objective type questions are of multiple choice with four alternative answers (numbered 1, 2, 3, 4) to each question. Candidates are required to choose the correct one. For the test, each candidate will be supplied a sealed question booklet (which contains the question) and OMR answer sheet. The candidate will have to choose the correct answer and shade against the appropriate choice in the OMR response sheet provided, strictly adhering to the instructions.
No negative marks for wrong answers.
The question paper will be in English & Hindi only.
Candidates should carefully go through and strictly adhere to all the instructions given in the OMR Response sheet before they begin.
Candidates should bring their own black ball point pen of good quality. This will not be supplied by the University.
Candidates should shade the correct response against each question in the OMR response sheet only with a black ball point pen.
The candidates should sign in the attendance sheet at appropriate places.
The Admit card should be preserved and produced for verification at the time of counselling/admission.
Violation of any instruction and adoption of any unfair means in the examination hall will make the candidate ineligible for admission.
Use of any electronic devices and even cellular phones are strictly prohibited in the examination hall. Candidates are also strictly forbidden
from carrying any textual printed or written, bits of paper, envelope or any other materials into the examination hall except the Admit card.
OMR Answer sheet contains one Carbon copy. Candidate is required to submit the original copy at the Examination centre and keep the
carbonless copy (2nd Copy) with hmiself/herself for future reference.
2. After the Courses End.
There are three ladders of examination system i.e. monthly, semester wise & final University examination conducted in the faculty. The pattern of examination is both internal & external basis. Internal assessment is done for the students' performance in all activities (both scholastic & non-scholastic) though out the year.
1. To be admitted to the examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Education, a candidate must have:
a). completed the courses of study prescribed for the B.Ed. Programme.
b). registered with University as a students.
c). completed atleast 75% attendance, otherwise he/she will not be permitted to appear at the B.Ed. examination.
2. A candidate for Bachelor of Education will be examined in ten papers carrying 100 marks each.
3. There will be seven theoretical and three practical papers. Each theoretical paper will consists of two parts :
a). a written examination carrying 80 marks
b). Internal assessment carrying 20 marks.
4. The examination in each of the theoretical papers (written examination) shall be of three hours duration.
5. The medium of examination for the course shall be English or Hindi.
6. The mode of instruction shall comprise printed materials (in English or Hindi), holding regular classes, evaluating response-sheets. Tutorial
classes, regular internal assessment and using other Audio-visual aids available for the purpose.
7. Courses of study for Bachelor of Education Examination (B.Ed. Programme) shall be the same as prescribed by the Academic Council of the
Magadh University and as per the guidelines of NCTE.
8. A candidate, having completed the course, fails to appear at the examination or fails in the examination shall be allowed to take subsequent
examinations on payment of prescribed examination fee without being required to complete the course again. However, this opportunity shall
be given only in two more examinations, within a period not exceeding three years, excluding the main examination held at the end of the
Conduction of examination
(i). The examination shall be conducted by Magadh University which shall also finalize the programme for the examination and necessary
fee for its conduction.
(ii). Candidates obtaining 60% of the total marks in aggregate or more shall be placed in First Class.
(iii). Candidates obtaining 45% or more but less than 60% of the total marks in aggregate shall be placed in the Second Class.
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