what is the eligibility criteria for doing B.ed from bangalore?

what is the eligibility criteria for doing B.ed from bangalore?

0 757 Views | Posted 2011-10-13 12:44:01
Started by ACHINTO

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    saraddipa

    9 years ago
    i hv completed my master degree with 49.5% and my graduation with 40%. i m a general category student,so can i stud b.ed ? if yes in private college. bt where i can study please suggest me.
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    simran narang

    2011-10-13 12:50:07
    HELLO ACHINTOTHE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AS UNDER:B.A. / B.Sc. degree with 50% of marks in aggregate and securing a 50% pass mark in the Entrance Test conducted by RIESI will be eligible for admission. The candidate must have studied English as a language in his/her degree programme 2 years / 4 semesters and should have secured an aggregate of 50% marks in English language. OR A citizen of India who has passed a 3 years B.A. English Honors / English Literature / optional English / Communicative English / Functional English degree programs with or without any elective subject securing 50% marks in the aggregate and 50% pass mark in the Entrance T... view more

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