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    Vikas rathore
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    Can I do B.Ed after BCA (In distance)?

    hello sir/mam
    Can i do b.ed after bca(distance)





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    avinashparashar
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    Re: Can I do B.Ed after BCA (In distance)?

    hi friend

    yes, why not, you are eligible for b.ed after BCA.

    B.ed stands for bachelor of education.

    BCA stands for bachelor of computer applications.it is a three year bchelor course in computer applications.


    the eligibility criteria for B.ed is as below:

    ---> you must have done your graduation in any discipline from a recognised university.

    ---> your % of marks in the graduation should not be less than 50.

    2.age limitations.

    ---> for regular b.ed ,your upper age should not be more than 28 years.

    ---> for correspondence b.ed , there is no upper limit.

    hope the information helps you.

    all the best

    avinashparashar




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    Re: Can I do B.Ed after BCA (In distance)?

    Yes, with a BCA degree you can pursue B.Ed. A bachelorís degree in any subject is the basic qualification for B.Ed. But, there is no specification that you need to do BCA as a full time course. You can opt for BCA even if it is done as a distance course provided a recognized institute is chosen for study. 50% marks is compulsory to join for B.Ed. Selection for B.Ed will necessitate you to appear for entrance test conducted in this respect. You will have to study subject areas like reasoning, teaching aptitude, language ability, GK etc in order to get high score in this exam. On qualifying this exam, you should attend personal interview also.

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    shair
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    Re: Can I do B.Ed after BCA (In distance)?

    hello friends:-

    >yes, why not, you are eligible for b.ed after BCA.

    >>the eligibility criteria for B.ed is as below:

    > you must have done your graduation in any discipline from a recognised university.

    > your % of marks in the graduation should not be less than 50.

    >>age limitations.

    > for regular b.ed ,your upper age should not be more than 28 years.

    > for correspondence b.ed , there is no upper limit.


    best of luck

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