The Delhi University B.Ed Entrance Exam is a renowned examination conducted by the University of Delhi for admission to its Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) program. The B.Ed program aims to prepare aspiring educators for a successful teaching career by providing them with the necessary pedagogical skills, knowledge, and insights into the field of education.
The entrance exam is a crucial step for individuals seeking admission to the B.Ed program offered by various colleges affiliated with the University of Delhi. The exam assesses candidates' aptitude, subject knowledge, teaching potential, and understanding of educational concepts. It typically covers subjects such as General Awareness, English/Hindi Language Proficiency, Logical Reasoning, and Teaching Aptitude.
The DU B.Ed Entrance Exam, also known as the DUET, is the entrance exam for admission to the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program offered by the University of Delhi. The exam is conducted by the Centralized Admission Cell (CAC) of the University of Delhi.
The DUET is a two-tier exam consisting of a written test and an interview. The written test is a 200-mark objective test, consisting of questions on General Knowledge, Reasoning, and Teaching Aptitude. The interview is a 50-mark subjective test, which assesses the candidate's communication skills and knowledge of education.
|Online Application Form Release||May 2024|
|Last Date of Submission of Online Application Form||June 2024|
|Written Test||July 2024|
|Exam Name||DU B.Ed|
|Full Form||Delhi University Bachelor of Education|
|Conducting Body||University of Delhi|
In addition to the above, the following relaxations are also applicable:
The candidates must also meet the following additional criteria:
The DU B.Ed 2024 application form will be released in May 2024. The application form can be filled online through the official website of the University of Delhi. The application fee is INR 1000 for general category candidates and INR 500 for SC/ST candidates.
The application form must be filled carefully and all the required documents must be uploaded. The following documents are required:
The DU B.Ed 2024 admit card will be released in June 2024. The admit card will be available online through the official website of the University of Delhi. The admit card will contain the following details:
|Section||No. of Questions||Marks|
|Curriculum and Instruction||3|
|Assessment and Evaluation||3|
|Teaching of Mathematics||3|
|Teaching of Science||3|
|Teaching of Language||3|
|Teaching of Social Science||3|
|Teaching of Environmental Science||3|
|Teaching of Arts and Crafts||3|
|Teaching of Physical Education||3|
|Teaching of Health and Physical Education||3|
|Teaching of Special Education||3|
|Teaching of Guidance and Counselling||3|
|Teaching of Educational Administration||3|
|Teaching of Educational Technology||3|
The DU B.Ed 2024 results are not yet announced. The tentative date for the announcement of the results is August 2024. The results will be announced online through the official website of the University of Delhi.
The candidates can check their results by entering their roll number and date of birth. The results will also be available in the form of a merit list. The merit list will be prepared based on the candidate's performance in the written test and interview.
The candidates who qualify in the DU B.Ed 2024 will be eligible to participate in the counselling process for admission to the B.Ed. program offered by the University of Delhi.
The DU B.Ed 2024 counselling will be conducted online through the official website of the University of Delhi. The counselling process will begin in August 2024.
The candidates will be required to register for the counselling process online. The candidates will be allotted a counselling center based on their choice and availability.
The counselling process will involve the following steps:
Scheduled Castes (SC): A certain percentage of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes category.
Scheduled Tribes (ST): A specific percentage of seats are reserved for candidates from the Scheduled Tribes category.
Other Backward Classes (OBC): Seats are reserved for candidates falling under the OBC category, as per government guidelines.
Economically Weaker Sections (EWS): In recent years, a reservation for candidates from the EWS category has been implemented.
Persons with Disabilities (PwD): Reserved seats are allocated for candidates with disabilities, as defined by the appropriate authorities.
Widows/Wards of Military Personnel: Some seats might be reserved for widows or wards of military personnel or paramilitary forces.
Sports Quota: A quota might be available for candidates who have excelled in sports at a certain level.
Foreign Nationals: A separate quota might be available for foreign nationals, as applicable.
|Department of Education (CIE)||Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) General||600|
|Department of Education (CIE)||Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Visual Impairment||20|
|Department of Education (CIE)||Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Mental Retardation||20|
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