Uttar Pradesh B.Ed Entrance Exam Syllabus and Exam Pattern
Uttar Pradesh B.Ed Entrance Exam Syllabus
Uttar Pradesh B.Ed Entrance Test is conducted by Uttar Pradesh University, Lucknow for admission to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programmes in government and private colleges of Uttar Pradesh. UP BEd Entrance exam is also known as Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) B.Ed, this exam follows the common entrance pattern for B.Ed admission with questions in research aptitude, general knowledge, current affairs and related subjects.
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The cut off for UP B.Ed JEE is 40 percent marks in each paper as well as at least 50 percent marks in aggregate. A five percent relaxation in cut-off is granted to SC and ST candidates.
The Lucknow University has released the syllabus for UP B.Ed entrance examination for students seeking admission to B.Ed. Programme in the colleges of Uttar Pradesh.
UP B.Ed. Entrance Exam Syllabus 2018
The exam syllabus of this Joint Entrance Exam is based on the following subjects.
- Math Ability and Mental Ability question
- General Knowledge & Current Affairs
- Language Ability Test
- Teaching Proficiency Test
- Subject Test (Arts, Science, Agriculture, Commerce)
Exam Pattern for Uttar Pradesh B.Ed. Entrance test
Uttar Pradesh BEd Entrance test comprises two papers.
Paper - 1 comprises two sections having weightage 200 marks and 3 hours time
Subject 1 - General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Subject 2 - Language Test can either choose Hindi or English
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Paper – 2 comprises of two subjects
Subject 1 - Aptitude Test
Subject 2 - Main subject of graduation (Arts, Science, Commerce, Agriculture).
The Uttar Pradesh University, Lucknow conducts the Uttar Pradesh Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) every year on behalf of government of Uttar Pradesh for admission to Bachelor of education B.Ed. programme. B.Ed. is compulsory for teaching in primary and secondary government schools.