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    Eligibility for admission in B.ed. after PGDBA?

    I have 2 years diploma in pgdba (70%) can i take regular admission in b.ed

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    Manoj Kumar Badoniya is offline Senior Member Manoj Kumar Badoniya is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligibility for admission in B.ed. after PGDBA?

    Dear to be eligible for B. Ed Course you should have passed

    Candidate should have passed a bachelor's or master's degree or equivalent qualification in any discipline from a recognized university or institute

    Should have secured minimum 50% marks in that qualification for General and OBC and 45% marks for SC/ST Category candidates

    Candidate should have completed at least 2 years of teaching training and experience of teaching in any reputed educational institute recognized by state or central government of India

    If you have above mentioned eligibility then you can apply for this examination and as you know that you got 70% marks in PGDBA but your percentage marks are not enough to make you eligible to apply for this course that is why you should start teaching in some school and get experience of at least 2 years then only you will be considered eligible to apply for this course

    B.Ed course is professional course for candidates who wants to get job in teaching sector in reputed institutes and if you have this course then your government jobs chances will more in government schools and some of the state governments in India has made it mandatory before getting job in teaching sector

    All the best

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