In the past few years, education has also become the glory of Haryana. If we talk about the rural district, the literacy rate reached 71.42%, and the urban literacy rate of Haryana stood up to 83.14% (According to the 2011 Census). The major reason behind this achievement is the role of teachers. That is why Haryana is offering a golden opportunity to candidates interested in the teaching domain.
For them, the Haryana government and private educational institutions offer B.Ed. Course to teacher’s job aspirants in the state. However, getting a Haryana B.Ed Admission is not everyone’s cup of tea because many candidates are unaware of its selection process and other relevant facts. That is why we brought this post for you readers with certain essential facts related to its admission and eligibility criteria.
3 Lesser Known Facts about the Haryana B.Ed Admission
Many candidates dream of good scores and getting a chance to serve themselves in the teaching line. However, there are certain facts which many of you are unaware of. So, please read this post carefully and know what they are.
1. Admission process
On the official website of the examination conducting body, every July, the application for admission is released. Interested candidates fill it and submit it before the due date. Any submission after the due date is not acceptable. If you are thinking about what all details are asked in the application form, then they are:
- Personal details (Name, age, DOB)
- Contact information
And many more….
Once successfully applied, the candidates will receive login credentials that are important for future tasks like getting results and much more. Due to the pandemic concern in 2021, the application process is delayed, but it will be notified soon when it gets started.
If we talk about Haryana B.Ed eligibility, interested candidates must have a minimum of 50% in their graduation or master’s degree or in any equivalent University recognized examination. However, for ST/SC candidates, the eligibility criteria of percentage is a bit less (47.5%). The same percentile is for visually impaired or hard of hearing candidates.
Furthermore, candidates who are applying for compartmental exams are not eligible to sit for the B.Ed entrance examination in the same year. Also, if candidates completed his/her bachelor’s and master’s, higher marks among them will be considered during the merit list preparation. One important note is that Postgraduate diploma degrees will not be considered as Master’s degrees to apply for the examination.
3. Admission process
Once candidates have successfully filled the application form and submitted it, they should proceed further with locking themselves for 3 phases of counselling. After that, the examination body will prepare the merit list. This merit list will include the names of qualified candidates. Also, the qualification process for the same will be based on marks that candidates choose while online filling and marks they scored to qualify the examination.
Next, they will receive an allotment letter from the examination conducting body which will mention the date of reporting and venue. To get more details on it, candidates are supposed to refer to the official website and use their login credentials to download the allotment letter from the website. Also, we advise them to carry all original documents for verification purposes at the given time and date.
For candidates who are unaware of which colleges offer this course, we advise them to refer to the digital space or ask their colleagues for the same.
We hope that these essential facts have helped you in enrolling yourself for admission. Follow all relevant processes honestly and serve yourself as an educator in Haryana.