Best B.Ed. Colleges in India 2020 | State-wise List

Are you looking for the list of B.Ed. colleges in India? Do you want to become a teacher? If yes, this post will be of help to you. Here, I’ve created a list of best B.Ed. colleges in India.

B.Ed. Colleges in India

Here, readers will find a state-wise list of B.Ed. colleges in India. I’ve covered the following details in this post – names of relevant colleges, details about B.Ed. course, details about other teacher training courses and admission process.

 

Come, let us check out the state-wise list of colleges now. In the next section, you will find the names of different states in India. Readers may click on the desired state and find the list of top B.Ed. colleges belonging to that particular state.

 

The lists consist of Government, private and aided B.Ed. colleges. Here it is –

 

List of B.Ed. colleges in India 2020

Here is everything you need to know about the admission process –

 

Admission process

Admission process varies from one B.Ed. college to another. Reputed institutes rely on merit based admission process for seat distribution.

 

Under merit based admission process, seats are distributed among deserving candidates on the basis of their performance in relevant entrance exam and/or interview. However, as I mentioned before, admission process may vary from one college to another.

 

Some colleges are known to carry out direct admission process. This usually happens when a college has vacant seats at its disposal. Many colleges also conduct donation based admission process. Such seats are usually labelled ‘management’ or NRI quota seats.

 

Come, let us take a closer look at the course details. In the next section, you will find basic details about B.Ed. and other teacher training courses –

 

B.Ed. course: A closer look

B.Ed. stands for Bachelor of Education. It is a teacher training course. It is perhaps the most popular teacher training program in India.

 

Candidates who have completed Bachelor’s Degree course are eligible to apply for B.Ed. admission. Technically, B.Ed. is a PG level course. If you want to pursue B.Ed. right after completing 12th standard, you may go for Integrated B.Ed. course (UG level).

 

After completing B.Ed., graduates usually apply for M.Ed. admission. M.Ed. stands for Master of Education. It is an advanced-level teacher training program.

 

After completing M.Ed., candidates may go for Doctoral Degree programs (such as PhD). Come, let us take a closer look at the different types of B.Ed. colleges in India. Here is everything you need to know about it –

 

Different types of B.Ed. colleges in India

B.Ed. colleges in India can be broadly classified into the following types – Govt colleges and private colleges. Govt colleges, as the name suggests, are owned and managed by relevant department of the State or Central Government. Private B.Ed. colleges are owned and managed by private educational and/or charitable trusts.

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