Candidates with atleast 50% marks (45% for SC/ ST candidates) either in the Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3 pattern) and/ or Master's Degree in Science/ Social Sciences/ Humanity, Bachelor's in Engineering or Technology with specialization in science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the programme.
A person, as long as he/she is on the rolls of B.Ed course, shall not eligible to attend any other course of instruction or appear in any other examination of the University.
Provided that a candidate who has been placed under reappear category in one course/ paper of anexamination, other than the qualifying examination, or was scheduled to appear in the examination (other than the qualifying examination) either as a regular or private candidate before the commencement of class work of B.Ed, Course but could not do so on account of delay in the conduct of said examination, for reasons beyond his/ her control, shall be eligible to appear in the examination, even though he/she has been duly admitted to the B.Ed course.
Any person in employment or Self-employment or engaged in a business or profession is not eligible for admission to the B.Ed course in the Non-Government colleges. Such a person may, however, be considered for admission, provided:
I) He/ she produces a certificate from his/ her employer has no objection to his/ her employee pursuing whole time B.Ed course and that the employee is on authorised leave for full duration of the course duly sanctioned by the competent authority for the purpose ;
ii) In the case if self-employed person or a person engaged in business or a profession, the person concerned gives an undertaking on a stamped paper of proper value duly attested by the Notary that he/ she will devote his/ her whole time for studies as a student during the period he/ she remains on roll of the College for the course and shall not engage in any business or profession of vocation during this period or engage in any other activity which is likely to interfere with his/ her studies in the college.