Candidates seeking admission to the Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) programme must have passed the Class XII examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any other Board recognised as equivalent to the CBSE.

All candidates are required to select four subjects in the following manner:

(i) One from List A and three from List B
or
(ii) One from List A, two from List B and one from List C

List A

List B

List C

1. English

2. Hindi

1. Any one language (other than that chosen in List A, offered by CBSE, or its equivalent board at 10+ 2 level)

2. Biology

3. Physics

4.Chemistry

5. Mathematics

6. Economics

7. History

8. Political Science

9. Geography

10. Sociology

11. Philosophy

12. Psychology

13. Business Studies or Accountancy

Any other subject (other than that mentioned in List A and B) in class XII offered by CBSE or its equivalent Board

 

  1. General candidates require at least 50% marks in each of the four subjects (chosen from List A – C) and aggregate of minimum 55% in the same four subjects.
  2. OBC candidates will have a relaxation of 10%. They will require 45% (10% relaxation of 50%) in each of the four subjects chosen and an aggregate of 49.5% (10% relaxation of 55%) in the same four subjects.
  3. SC/ST Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination (XIIth standard), i.e. of CBSE or any other Board recognized as equivalent to the CBSE.
  4. Christian Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination (XIIth standard), i.e. of CBSE or any other Board recognized as equivalent to the CBSE.
  5. PwD candidates will have a relaxation of 5% in the class XIIth Exam. They will require 47.5% (5% relaxation of 50%) in each of the four subjects chosen and an aggregate of 52.25% (5% relaxation of 55%) in the same four subjects.
  6. C/WAP candidates will have a relaxation of 5% in the class XIIth Exam. They will require 47.5% (5% relaxation of 50%) in each of the four subjects chosen and an aggregate of 52.25% (5% relaxation of 55%) in the same four subjects.

Note: Candidates whose results are awaited or those who have to re-appear in the current year will not be considered. Not more than two languages will be considered for the purpose of eligibility from List A and B together. For example, if you have chosen English under List A, you could choose Hindi from List B. Similarly, if you have chosen Hindi under List A, you could choose English from List B

(B) Candidate should have completed 17 years of age on or before October 01, 2018.

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