All about B.Ed. Course


The Bachelor of Education Programme (B.Ed.) is a professional course that prepares teachers for upper primary (Classes VI-VIII), secondary level (classes IX-X) and Higher secondary level (classes XI-XII).


1. Eligibility for Admission

The detail eligibility norms are as per gazette notification of NCTE, New Delhi. However, the salient points for eligibility of admission are reproduced here

The candidate should be an Indian national and should have passed bachelor’s degree and, or master’s degree with subjects Sciences and Mathematics, Social Sciences /History / Geography / Economics / Political Sciences / Psychology / Philosophy / Education / Library) / Humanity Sciences(all Languages and Literature)/Commerce and secured minimum 50%.

2. Admission procedure

Admission to the eligible candidates shall be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination and / or in the entrance examination or as per the selection procedure laid down by the State Government of Rajasthan from time to time.

3. Eligibility Norms for appearing B.Ed. examination

Student teacher should have kept two terms with at least 80 % attendance in the sessions (for both the years) conducted in the college in which s/he has taken admission. S/he should have completed all the practical and other work expected in the syllabus to the satisfaction of the Principal. S/he should have obtained such a certificate for both the years from the Principal of the college. Unless and until s/he obtains such a certificate, s/he will not be allowed to appear for University examination.

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4. Medium of Instruction:

Medium of Instruction at the B.Ed. course will be Hindi or English.

5. Medium of Answer

The candidate appearing for the B .Ed. examination will have the option of answering all papers either in English or Hindi. This option can be exercised course wise and not section wise or question wise. The medium of answering the paper for course in ‘Understanding disciplines and school subjects’ and ‘Pedagogy of school subjects’ (language course) will be in the concerned language / English/ Hindi.

6. General objectives of the B. Ed. Programme

To enable the student teacher:

  • to integrate the study of subject knowledge, human development, pedagogical knowledge and communication skill in student teachers.

  • to promote capabilities for inculcating national values and goals as mentioned in the Constitution of India.

  • to act as agents of modernization and social change.

  • to promote social cohesion, international understanding and protection of human rights and rights of the child.

  • to become competent and committed professionals willing to perform the identified tasks.

  • to use competencies and skills needed for becoming an effective teacher in a normal setup and in an inclusive setup.

  • to understand, develop and apply various evaluation procedures in education.

  • to be sensitive student teacher about emerging issues such as environment, population, gender equality, legal literacy, critical understanding of ICT, yoga education, etc.

  • to inculcate rational thinking and scientific temper among the students.

  • to develop critical awareness about the social realities among the students.

  • to use managerial and organizational skills.

  • to enrich himself/herself by actual engagement in the field.

  • to enable him/her to become aware about the day to day problems in the field and develop the capacity to solve them through research.

  • to develop an understanding of the interdisciplinary perspectives in education

  • to develop the habit of reflective teaching among the student teachers.

  • to enhance professional capacities like reading and reflecting on texts, understanding of self, understanding the use of drama and art in education, etc.

7. Curricular Areas of the Teacher Training Programme

The programme structure offers a comprehensive coverage of themes and rigorous field engagement with the child, school and community. It comprises of three broad inter related curricular areas:-

I. Perspectives in education

II. Curriculum and Pedagogic studies

III. Engagement with the field.

All the curricular areas include theoretical inputs along with the practical work from an interdisciplinary perspective.

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No. of Seats and Subjects Available in JCES

S. No.FacultyNo. of SeatsSubjects Available
1Arts701. Civics
2. Economics
3. English
4. Geography
5. Hindi
6. History
7. Social Studies
8. Sanskrit
2Science201. Mathematics
2. Biology
3. Chemistry
4. General Science
5. Physics
3Commerce101. Book Keeping
2. Commerce Practice

Note: The subjects mentioned above are indicative and may vary according to guidelines of the university and apex body.