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    Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?

    Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?
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    Re: Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?

    The minimum marks necessary for this course is 50% generally. If you come under SC/ST/OBC category, the percentage of marks required is 45%. There are some universities like IGNOU where candidates with teaching experience and graduation can apply. You also go for PG and score 50% marks and apply for B.Ed on the basis of those marks. Admission process will involve a written examination. This will consist of aptitude based questions relating to GK, reasoning, language skills, teaching and education related questions etc. If you pass this stage of written exam by scoring good marks you can apply for B.Ed in reputed colleges.




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    Re: Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?

    I hav completed my bcom from mumbai university and secured 61.5% and in BEd CET- 30.. Please assit me whether theres any scope for BEd admssion in aided colleges..?

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    Re: Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?

    MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS MAYANKGUPTA.26JAN@GMAIL.COM

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    Re: Can I do B.Ed course after passing B.Com (pass) with 41% marks from Calcutta University? Is it possible to take admission?

    i have done bcom mcom bed &cleared the ptet paper1 . what is the eligibility to apply for ett job ?can i have to give additional paper of english of ba level b'se my teaching subjects are english and sst?

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