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    What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    Good Afternoon
    what is the criteria of doing b.ed after b.com?what % of marks required for the course?





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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    Hello friend !!

    B.Ed -- Bachelor of Educations .

    If your passion is Teaching, then B.Ed course the perfect option for you to choose.

    And B.Ed degree is mandatory for teaching in higher primary schools and high schools .

    To get into this course, you need to appear B.Ed Common Entrance Test.

    he Eligibility Criteria for this Examination is like :

    You must be a Graduate in 10+2+3 pattern with a minimum of 50% marks in the aggregate.

    For an entry into B.Ed course , you must be a Graduate in

    Bachelor of Arts(B.A),
    Bachelor of Science (BSc) or
    Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com).

    So that the students from arts stream are trained to teach subjects like history, civics, geography and languages.

    While the students from science stream are trained to teach mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology.

    There is no age limit for B.Ed course .

    Good Luck !!




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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    Hi,


    After doing b.ed degree,you are eligible for teaching in secondary & senior secondary schools.

    For B.ed there is a entrance test.


    For appearing in this entrance test you should be-
    Graduate in-
    BA
    B.com
    B.sc
    With minimum 50% marks.

    Also there is no age limit for doing B.ed.

    Best of luck

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    i have got 47% marks in B.com (P) but i want to apply for b.ed,what is the procedure

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    IS IT NECESSARY TO DO A P.G COURSE FOR TEACHER PROFESSION

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    i hd scored only 45% in Bcom, can i apply 4 B.Ed

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    i scored 46% in b.com, is this is possible to apply for B.ed.?

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    i scored 45% in b.com ,is this is possible to apply for b.ed?

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    hiiiiii i have passed b.com with 60% marks is there any need to give exam of b.a 1st, 2nd and 3rd year exam of history or philosphy. plz rply soon.

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    What should i do after doing b.com and b.ed?in which subject i should do mastery so that i shall be eligible to teach in schools till 7th class

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for doing B.Ed after B.Com? What percentage of marks should I score in B.Com for B.Ed admission?

    Shall i have do m.com for becoming a teacher after b.com and b.ed.

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