Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Chittoor

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Specialization

  • B.Ed

General

  • : Bachelors & Masters
  • : No
  • : 3000

Others

  • : CoEd

College Facilities

  • : 110

Faculty Details

  • : 12
  • : 10.91 %

Courses

B.Ed
 
Fees
B.Ed
60000


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B.Ed
 
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B.Ed
60000



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+1 # P. AMUTHA Older than three months
I would like to join B.ED(COPUTER SCIENCE) course. What shall I do? How to apply? Where to apply? What is the qualificaton required? fees details
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0 # Ratnadeep Older than three months
Admission Procedure
Karthika.P ,
The details of admission procedure is given below:
There are 120 seats in the B.Ed. programme. Until recently, the B.Ed. course in the IASE, Bhopal had both components of teacher-education – pre-service and in-service. This was because until session 2001–2002, admission to 50% seats was through State-Level ‘Pre-B.Ed.’ examination; conducted by the Professional Examination Board (Vyavsaik Pariksha Mandal). Graduates with 45% marks were eligible for the examination. The remaining 50% seats were reserved for untrained departmental candidates. Their seniority was calculated at the district education office, selections made, and the lists were sent to the institution for admission. In this way, both freshers and in-service candidates got training together and competed in the same environment.
From the session 2002–2003, the backlog of untrained departmental teachers forced the government to reserve 100% seats for departmental candidates. Consequently, only untrained teachers employed by the state government are being admitted to the B.Ed. course.

For more detials, contact:
Institute of Advanced Studies in Education University (IASE)

Gandhi Vidya Mandir, Sardarshahr
Rajasthan
Rajasthan
Phone-No: 01564 -223642 / 0025
Fax: 01564 -223682 / 0057
Email: ;
Website: www.iaseuniversity.org.in
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0 # Karthika.P Older than three months
HAI,
I would like to join B.ED(COPUTER SCIENCE) course. What shall I do? How to apply? Where to apply? What is the qualificaton required? fees details
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0 # Pretty Older than three months
Hi Priyabrat,

Admission Procedure
There are 120 seats in the B.Ed. programme. Until recently, the B.Ed. course in the IASE, Bhopal had both components of teacher-education – pre-service and in-service. This was because until session 2001–2002, admission to 50% seats was through State-Level ‘Pre-B.Ed.’ examination; conducted by the Professional Examination Board (Vyavsaik Pariksha Mandal). Graduates with 45% marks were eligible for the examination. The remaining 50% seats were reserved for untrained departmental candidates. Their seniority was calculated at the district education office, selections made, and the lists were sent to the institution for admission. In this way, both freshers and in-service candidates got training together and competed in the same environment.
From the session 2002–2003, the backlog of untrained departmental teachers forced the government to reserve 100% seats for departmental candidates. Consequently, only untrained teachers employed by the state government are being admitted to the B.Ed. course.
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-1 # priyabrat kumar dash Older than three months
i am a science student & want to do b.e.d.pls send me details about the admission procedure
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0 # ananthi Older than three months
hi this is ananthi, i am doing BA eng in ldc. i want to do my B.Ed in chennai government college. pls send me details about the admission procedure
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-1 # Ajit Rana Older than three months
Dear Acharya,
There are 120 seats in the B.Ed. programme. Until recently, the B.Ed. course in the IASE, Bhopal had both components of teacher-education – pre-service and in-service. This was because until session 2001–2002, admission to 50% seats was through State-Level ‘Pre-B.Ed.’ examination; conducted by the Professional Examination Board (Vyavsaik Pariksha Mandal). Graduates with 45% marks were eligible for the examination. The remaining 50% seats were reserved for untrained departmental candidates. Their seniority was calculated at the district education office, selections made, and the lists were sent to the institution for admission. In this way, both freshers and in-service candidates got training together and competed in the same environment.
From the session 2002–2003, the backlog of untrained departmental teachers forced the government to reserve 100% seats for departmental candidates. Consequently, only untrained teachers employed by the state government are being admitted to the B.Ed. course.
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0 # eligibility for adm Older than three months
Hello,this is Chandanprabha Acharya very much interested to take admisson in B.Ed with qualification ?M.A in Applied Geography.
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0 # Guest Older than three months
Admission Procedure
There are 120 seats in the B.Ed. programme. Until recently, the B.Ed. course in the IASE, Bhopal had both components of teacher-education – pre-service and in-service. This was because until session 2001–2002, admission to 50% seats was through State-Level ‘Pre-B.Ed.’ examination; conducted by the Professional Examination Board (Vyavsaik Pariksha Mandal). Graduates with 45% marks were eligible for the examination. The remaining 50% seats were reserved for untrained departmental candidates. Their seniority was calculated at the district education office, selections made, and the lists were sent to the institution for admission. In this way, both freshers and in-service candidates got training together and competed in the same environment.
From the session 2002–2003, the backlog of untrained departmental teachers forced the government to reserve 100% seats for departmental candidates. Consequently, only untrained teachers employed by the state government are being admitted to the B.Ed. course.
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0 # Guest Older than three months
i finior doing b.edshed my tenth on 2005 what shall i do next to do b.ed
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