(B. Ed) Bachelor of Education
Mode: Full-time | Duration: 2 Years
A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is a professional Graduation Degree which aids students to qualify for work as a teacher in schools.
For Science Teachers, Bachelor of Science Education is a degree awarded to students who accomplish the four to five-year course of study in the field of science (in biology, chemistry, physics, and math) with major Educational courses. It is the merger of degrees in science and education courses (B.Sc + B.Ed. = B.Sc.Ed.). Even though B.Sc and B.Ed. are two different degrees, they must be done together.
There are very fewer universities that offer this course because it has a necessity of association between the Faculty/School of Science and that of Education, to assure that the teacher not only can work in an education association but also in an industrial area related to science.
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Required Skillset for B.Ed
After completing the B.Ed course, candidates are eligible to be hired as teachers. So, before pursuing this course it is worth knowing whether one has the aptitude to make a difference in this field or not. Thus, aspirants wanting to pursue a B.Ed course need to ensure that they possess the below-mentioned skills:
Good communication skills
Good organizational skills
Critical thinking ability
Educational Qualification: Candidates need to have completed their graduation in any stream (that is, Arts, Science or Commerce) in order to fulfill B.Ed eligibility criteria. However, most popular B.Ed colleges allow candidates to take part in their admission process for B.Ed course if they have graduated with at least 50-55% aggregate marks at the UG level.
Age Limit: For B.Ed admissions in a majority of colleges, there is no age bar. However, the admission process of some B.Ed colleges require candidates to be a minimum of 19 years in age.
B.Ed Admission Process & Entrance Exams
B. Ed admission in a majority of colleges and universities is done on the basis of entrance exams. The pattern of popular B.Ed entrance exams is such that aspirants need to attempt questions from two or three sections. The first section tests the language proficiency and the remaining sections test the domain knowledge and reasoning aptitude of candidates. Some popular B.Ed entrance exams aspirants should consider giving are:
IGNOU B.Ed Entrance Test
It may be noted that after clearing B.Ed, candidates also need to appear for Teacher Eligibility Tests (TETs) in order to be recruited as teachers at the school level. Some of the popular TETs conducted in India are:
CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test)UPTET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)
APTET (Andhra Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)TSTET (Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test)
OTET (Odisha Teacher Eligibility Test)KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test)
UPTET (Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test)
TSTET (Telangana State Teacher Eligibility Test)
KTET (Kerala Teacher Eligibility Test)
The curriculum of the B.Ed course is designed in such a way to make the candidates acquainted with all the aspects that they will have to face in their profession. The teacher has to deal with classrooms of multilingual characters with children from diverse socio-cultural, economic and linguistic backgrounds and varying levels of cognitive abilities. Thus, B.Ed candidates need to understand the process of learning or how learning occurs, create a suitable or conducive environment for learning, be able to provide varied opportunities for the students to observe, experiment, reflect, and question. Thus, the Bachelor of Education course curriculum is designed such that aspirants need to study the below-mentioned topics:
Childhood and Growing Up
Contemporary India and Education
Learning and Teaching
Language across the Curriculum
Understanding Disciplines and Subjects
Gender, School and Society
Pedagogy of a School Subject
Reading and Reflecting on Texts
Drama and Art in Education
Critical Understanding of ICT
Knowledge and Curriculum
Assessment for Learning
Creating an Inclusive School
Health, Yoga and Physical Education
B.Ed Careers & Jobs
On completing Bachelor of Education, aspirants can become teachers at the primary, secondary and senior secondary levels in schools. In order to be hired as an Assistant Professor or Professor at the college/university level, candidates need to appear for Teacher Eligibility Tests like CTET, APTET, TSTET or UGC NET.
Candidates with a B.Ed degree can apply for jobs at all government and private schools in India.
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