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    Can a B.E Graduate join in B.Ed course or not?

    hello
    Can a BE graduate join b.ed course?





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    Sreeram B
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    Re: Can a B.E Graduate join in B.Ed course or not?

    Hello, Yes you can join in to B.ed after your B.E graduation.but as per my experience it is not good decision.you will get good opportunities surely with your engineering background.

    If you are really interested for government job then you can try for companies like BSNL,BHEL,GAIL,SAIL,VIZAG STEELS,BPCL etc. is recruiting engineering candidates.so surely you have chance to get good government job.

    If you go for B.ed,you will get very less salary and there will be no use for your engineering background.it is useful for other than engineering candidates.

    If your interested towards teaching field, yes you can enter in teaching field through M.tech course.M.Tech is the good choice rather than B.ed. because if get admission in NIT or IIT institutions after completion of your M.Tech, you will get minimum of 40,000 per month and you can get more than this.

    but if you go for B.ed, then you have to wait for DSC notification.it will take more than two years to get notification and getting job is also not easy in this field.competition will be more.

    Try to write GATE entrance test, if you are qualified in this test then you can get admission in to NITs and IITs.It is one of the best choice to you.so go with this.surely you will get good job opportunities with M.tech.


    Best of luck




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    Nidhi@
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    Re: Can a B.E Graduate join in B.Ed course or not?

    Yes ,you can do B.ed after B.E.g.

    B.ed is one year teaching training course.

    Graduates can appear in B.ed with minimum 50% must.

    You can admitted in B.ed by appearing in entrance exams of B.ed

    Mostly government and private colleges conducts B .edu entrance exam.


    Good luck.

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