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    Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    hello
    I have completed b.sc biochemistry , can i joining to b.ed?





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    satykam tiwari sir
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    Yes, of course you can go for b.ed, after completion of graduation you can join the course through state level entrance exam or from any university of India. Some universities in India which offers the B.ed course in such a field like University of Allahabad, BHU, Varanasi, and lot more. Since it is a degree which provides you graduation and hence you are eligible to appear in entrance exam of bed.Alternatively, Bsc in Biochemistry is itself a ravishing course and you have much better opportunities in diversified fields related to your field like Bio-informatics, bio-technology,even the new emerging course i.e. Genetic engineering. Good luck, choose best option which soots You.




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    coolmadhukar1
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    Hi friend,
    A bachelor of education (B.Ed.) is a undergraduate academic degree which has to be attained in order to work as a teacher.
    Surely you can join B.Ed. as you have completed B.Sc (Biochemistry).
    Any student who has completed bachelor's degree can join for B.Ed.

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    sohanlal9401
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    Yes, you can do B.ed after B.sc Biochemistry.
    To do b.ed one need to have passed graduation degree with minimum 50% marks.
    For sc and st it is minimum 45%.
    So if your marks are as per mentioned above then try ahed.
    You have to pass and score good marks in b.ed entrance exam.
    Almost all universities conduct their b.ed entrance exams every.
    It is one year bachelor's degree.

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    Siva mechanical
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    I have completed b.sc biochemistry , can i joining to b.ed?
    >First of all. I have to thank you to go for B.Ed course for teaching job.

    > Because nowadays no one are interesting to study B.Ed course. Institutions are also allowing by considering their graduation.

    > Yes friend. You can join B.Ed course after finishing your B.Sc in Biochemistry.

    > The candidate should get pass in his/her 12th (or) any graduation with 50%.

    > There is more scope for Chemistry teachers in both schools as well as colleges. So, don't worry. You will have bright future in teaching profession.

    > The salary will be in the range of 10,000 to 25,000 in schools and 30,000 to 50,000 for colleges.

    > To join in college as professor, You should study M.Ed after B.Ed.

    All the best to become a successful teacher. Good Luck!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    becky sharp
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    hello,
    ofcourse you can join b.ed course after biochemistry. it will help you to get a job in schools through ssc examinations. if you want to be a teacher you have to have the b.ed degree. since you haven't mentioned which city you are from I cannot mention the name of colleges from where you can do your course. but b.ed is highly recommended for teaching profession.

    good luck

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    whiteblossom
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    Re: Can I join B.Ed after completing B.Sc (Biochemistry)?

    hello,

    B.Ed means Bachelor Of Education .

    The education criteria for B.Ed is graduation in any discipline from any recognised university .

    Since , you have completed B.Sc , you can surely do B.Ed afte it .

    Some colleges have the entrance exams for the admission process .

    Some colleges give the admission only on B.Sc marks .

    but the admission is given on the merit only .

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