B.ED- Bachelor of Education-course full details

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B. Ed or Bachelor of education is a teacher training course, which helps you fulfill your dream of becoming a teacher.

B. Ed is a 2-year(4 years integrated) professional course that any student can do with different specialization after graduation.

There has always been a lot of demand for this course but people have always lacked the right information about this course.

B. Ed – Bachelor of Education

As you know from time to time, any course needs to be run properly according to its demand, making necessary changes from time to time.

In a similar change, the Ministry of Human Resources felt that this course needs to be given a more professional edge for which they decided to change this course to an integrated course.

B.ed course details Meaning, students who used to graduate earlier to join this course, can also join this course only after twelfth and can get an integrated degree of both graduation and B.Ed in 4 years instead of 3 years.

For a few years now, a 2-year B.Ed course is also allowed to be run so that those who have already graduated can also complete their B.Ed,

but many government colleges and new colleges have integrated this 4-year B.ED Have started the4 year B .ed course.

If you want to become a teacher at nursery, pre-secondary, secondary level, then it is necessary for you to have the right qualification.

All this information will be given below in detail.

What is B.ED course?

Becoming a teacher is a very good and respected profession.

In our society and also in the education system, a teacher has been given a very high status.

Teachers have a huge contribution in giving the right direction to the future and character of any child.

Until the 90s and 2000s, those who had graduated or had a master’s degree got direct teacher jobs in government or private institutions.
But with time, the need was felt that in addition to subject knowledge, the teacher should also have professional skills, professional knowledge, how to teach children, how to handle them.

With this, the trend of teacher training courses increased.
And among them, the B.Ed or Bachelor of Education became the most demanding teacher training course.

So the B.Ed course is an important and important professional course to become your teacher.

B.Ed Bachelor of Education

Today, irrespective of which level you want to become a teacher, it has become necessary to do some kind of teacher training course and if you want to become a teacher up to the secondary level, then the B.Ed course is necessary for that.

After graduating from any course, any student can join this course.
But some important changes have been made in the structure and duration of this course.
That means, for this course, along with 2 years, 4 years integrated course option has also come,

So all the changes in the B.Ed course and all the necessary information are given below in this post.

B.ED- Bachelor of Education- Eligibility

Now while B.Ed is running in two forms, one after graduating 2 years course and the other after 12th, 4 years integrated course,

eligibility for both courses will be told to you separately here-

2-year B.ED course Eligibility

Eligibility for a 2-year B.Ed program is to complete graduation from any discipline.

For a 2-year B.ED course, your minimum percentage of graduation should be 50 %.

if you belong to SC ST or PH- then your minimum percentage should be 45%.

B.Ed eligibility


The age limit should be at least 21 years and maximum of 40 years. Although most of the age limit is not there to join this course, many colleges feel uncomfortable in giving admission to those above 40 years of age.

Some colleges have a maximum age limit of 35 years, such as Burdwan University West Bengal

4 years integrated B. ED course Eligibility-

The Ministry of Human Resources has put the Eligibility 10+2 for the 4-year Integrated B.Ed course.

The minimum percentage of 12th should be 50 for general category students, SC-ST and Physically Handicapped Students will also get 5% Relaxation.


please take care that all the percentage criteria mentioned above are described.

There are some colleges which can demand more percentage than this or even less.

you must know about the recommended percentage of that individual college before admission to any college.


B.ED- Bachelor of Education course Highlights

Following are the key points and Highlights of the B.ED course-

Course LevelBachelor(Graduation)
course Duration2 years (4 years if Integrated course)
EligibilityGraduation (minimum Percentage of 50), 12th for an integrated course
Admission ProcessDirect / Entrance exam
Tuition fees5000 per year to 1 lakh per year.
Exam TypeSemester wise
Starting Average Salary2-4 lakhs
Job profileTeacher, Librarian, Administrator, counselor, researcher, Writer, News anchor
Placement OpportunitiesCollege, University, School, media, Library


Who should join the B.Ed course?

Those students who have a passion to become a teacher or who like to teach, those students should take this course.

Teaching is a very noble profession in which you get good salary as well as a lot of respect
Students who want to get a good prospect in life with an Attractive salary should Join this course.

What do students learn during the B. ED course?

As the name suggests, this course is a teacher training course. By doing this, you become eligible to become a teacher.

Many people may find it very easy to become a teacher, but teaching children properly, explaining anything to them is a very difficult process.

When a person becomes a teacher, he or she is at least 22 to 25 years old, and the children they are teaching are around 5 to 10 years old.

So convincing them at that level is a very difficult and complicated process

Because to understand anything, how much development of mind of a 25-year-old person is, that of a child of 5 years or 10 years is not.

So they have to explain anything according to their understanding, which is never easy.

Anyway, it has been said that no matter how much knowledge a teacher has, it does not matter much, it matters how well he is able to convince(explain) his students.

So as a teacher, how can you better explain any subject to your students, make them feel comfortable, this is what is learned during the B.Ed course.

In today’s time, it has become necessary that you become less a teacher, and more of a friend of the children, so that the children can learn well from you.

So during this course, you are prepared in such a way, so that you can feel good among the children and the children among you, learn quickly.

Another feature of this course is that you are given both practical and theoretical knowledge during the B.Ed course.

In other words, during the B.Ed course, you are taught how to teach.

B. ED course Specialization- 

B. Ed specialization is done by different colleges and universities in the following subjects-

ChemistryBiologyIntegrated Science
MathematicsHistoryPolitical Science
SociologySocial ScienceHome Science
CommerceTamilHearing Impaired

Skilled Required for B. Ed course-

There is some important skill required for any course you want to do if it is in you, then after doing that course, you will be more successful.

Similarly, if you are going to do the B.Ed course then you should have some skills so that you can become a good teacher and teach children well.

  • Communication skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Teaching Methodologies
  • Polite

If you are going to do the B.Ed course and you do not have any one of these skills, then try to develop the necessary during the course.
It will be good for both you and your students

B.Ed Course Admission Procedure-

You can get admission to the B.Ed course in two ways.

Many colleges give direct admission where you will get direct admission on the basis of your marks.

But there are many good and government colleges in which you have to write the entrance exam for admission, it is also necessary to do well in the entrance exam.

Entrance exams for Bachelor of Education admission-

  • Bihar B.ED Admission Test
  • Uttar Pradesh B. ED JEE
  • Madhya Pradesh B. Ed Entrance test
  • BEET- By Patna University
  • Banaras Hindu University UET

In many states, the entrance exam is conducted for b.ed admission by the State Education Department and in many cases, the entrance exam is also conducted by the university separately.

After the entrance exam, the result is published by the Concerned Authority and a merit list is made.

Students who have done well in the exam get admission in a good college.

Syllabus of B. ED Entrance exam

Syllabus of B.Ed entrance exam is different for every state or university, but the topics which are asked,  given below –

  • Logic Reasoning
  • Verbal Aptitude
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Current Affairs and General Knowledge

Duration of B. Ed course- 

B. Ed course duration is 2 years if you join after graduation.

B. Ed Integrated Course to be joined only after the 12th duration is 4 years, this course has also started in many states.

Tuition fees for B. Ed course-

Tuition fees for the B.Ed course can range from 5000 to 100000 per year. Tuition fees for government colleges are less, whereas in private colleges you have to pay more.

The fee for the integrated course of 4 years is also in this range.

Career Options after B.Ed- Bachelor of Education Course-

After pursuing B.Ed course you have many career options such as you can do a job or you can go for higher education

Some people open their own business also, which means school or college.

Higher Education Options after B.Ed 

After B.Ed, if you want to go for higher education, then the best option is M. Ed (Masters of Education).

Some people also like to do a Ph.D. in Education or M. Phil in Education.
Apart from this, if you want to do masters, then those options are also available for you. You can do a master’s degree, according to your graduation course

Job after B.Ed course-

By the way, the B.Ed course is done only to become a teacher but except for the teacher’s job, you also have many other job opportunities.

Some of the major jobs and the salary you get in it are explained below-

RoleWorkAvg. salary per year
TeacherThe most common role of a teacher is to teach students.

Giving students knowledge of the subject as well as practical knowledge is an important task of the teacher.

2 to 4 lakhs per year
LibrarianYour main job as a librarian is to make the books available to the students coming to the library according to their needs and interest.1.5 to 3 lakhs
Content WriterAs a content writer, you can earn good money by writing content both online or offline.2 to 5 lakhs
CounselorYou can help a lot of children by becoming a counselor.
you can help them choose their subject according to their interests.
2 to 4 lakhs


You can get a teaching job at many levels like pre-nursery, nursery, pre-secondary, secondary and higher secondary.

Jobs after B. Ed course

It is often seen that many people start their own school after taking B. Ed course and because they know how to teach children, what is the need for children.
According to that, they are able to take care of their students and their school or college can do very well in the future.

Syllabus of B.ED course- 

Semester- 1 Syllabus 


Sl. No.SubjectContentObjective
1Childhood and Growing Up
  • Learner as a Developing Individual
  • Development and Learning
  • Understanding Childhood in Socio-Cultural Perspectives
  • Adolescence: Issues and Concerns
  • Stages of Child Development: Implications for Teachers


reflect on the role of the socio-cultural context in shaping human development with respect to the Indian context
2Contemporary India and Education
  • Contemporary India
  • Constitutional Provisions and Education
  • Policy Framework for Development of Education in India
  • Initiatives of the Government of India
  • Contemporary Indian Education: Concerns and Issues
On the basis of region, religion, gender, language, socio-economic factors like caste, means of livelihood, etc., you will get to know everything about unity in diversity of India.
3Language across the Curriculum
  • Language Background of Students
  • Nature of Classroom Discourse
  • Informational Reading and Writing
Understanding students’ understanding of language, and adapting themselves accordingly
5Pedagogy of School Subject
  • Social sciences as an Integrating Area of Study
  • Teaching-Learning Resources in Social Sciences
  • Social Sciences Curriculum for Schools in India
  • Teaching-Learning of Geography
Understanding social science and distinguish between natural and social science
6Pedagogy of School Subject-2
  • Nature and Scope of Science and Biology
  • Aims and objectives
  • Exploring Learners
  • the Pedagogical shift in Biological Science
  • Approaches and Strategies of learning Biology


Semester 2 Syllabus

SL. No.SubjectContentObjective
1Learning and Teaching
  • Understanding the Learner
  • Understanding Learning
  • earning in ‘Constructivist’ Perspective
  • Understanding Teaching
  • Teaching as a Profession
To develop an understanding of students’ differential learning needs in relation to learning style, socio-cultural differences, competence, language and learning difficulties.
2Knowledge and Curriculum
  • Knowledge and Knowing
  • Forms of Knowledge and its Organisation in Schools
  • Curriculum Determinants and Considerations
  • Curriculum Development
  • Curriculum Implementation and Renewal
Understanding the difference between knowledge and information
4Pedagogy of School Subject-1 –Part II
  • Teaching-Learning of History
  • Teaching-Learning of Political Science Democracy, Development, and Diversity
  • Assessment for Learning in Social Sciences
  • Analysis of Social Sciences Textbooks and Question Papers
  • Inter-disciplinarily Through Projects and Field Visits
5Pedagogy of School Subject-2 –Part II
  • the Curriculum of Biology at School stage
  • Learning Resources
  • Planning of Teaching-Learning of Biological Science
  • earning in Biological Science
  • Professional Development of Biology Teachers


Semester 3 Syllabus

SL. No.SubjectContentObjective
1Pre InternshipPre Internship
3Engagement with FieldFieldwork and practicalspractical knowledge


Semester 4 Syllabus

SL. No.SubjectContentObjective
1Gender, School and Society
  • Gender Issues: Key Concepts
  • Socialization Processes in India: Family, School, and Society
  • Creating Gender Inclusive Classroom
a better understanding of Gender and how to address the issues of gender inequalities.
5Creating an Inclusive School
  • Understanding Inclusion in Education
  • Understanding physical, psychological and social-cultural diversity
  • Addressing Learners’ Diversity
Understanding inclusive education and its importance
6Health, Yoga and Physical Education
  • Health Education
  • Physical Education
  • Yoga
Understanding the importance of health and implementing it in one’s own life

The syllabus given above is according to the National Council of Research Education and Training(NCERT).

Top B.Ed colleges-

List of some bachelor of Education colleges-

  • Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi
  • Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi
  • The University of Delhi, New Delhi
  • Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
  • Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar
  • Amity University, Noida
  • Bombay Teachers Training College, Mumbai
  • Loreto College, Kolkata
  • Government College for Women education, Coimbatore
  • Ranchi University, Ranchi
  • Dayanand Women’s Training College, Dehradun
  • Christian Collge of Education, Kanyakumari
  • Government College of Education, Chandigarh
  • Vidyasagar teachers training college, Midnapore
  • Annamalai University, Chidambaram
  • Lord Krishna College of Education, Ambala
  • Aishabai Collge of Education, Mumbai
  • Green Valley College of Education, Bhopal
  • Geeta Bajaj Women Teacher Training Institute, Jaipur
  • Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Chennai
  • Central India College of Education, Nagpur
  • Patna University, Patna
  • The University of Mumbai, Mumbai


B. Ed- Bachelor of Education- FAQs

What is B. Ed’s qualification?

The minimum qualification for pursuing the B.Ed course is graduation. The subject from which you have done graduation, it does not matter as if you did a Bachelor of Arts(BA), or have done Bachelor of Science(B.Sc), or have done Engineering, you can take admission in B.Ed course.

According to the new rule made for B.Ed, you can take admission in Integrated B.Ed course even after 12th
Under which you can take admission in 4 years BA plus B.Ed, or B.Sc plus B.Ed, or B.Com plus B.Ed.

Does B. Ed become 4 years?

Yes, B.Ed is now 4 years, it has been confirmed by the Ministry of Human Resources, Government of India.
Under this, you can take admission for B.Ed Integrated Course which is 4 years after twelfth.

It has been decided to continue the B.Ed. 2-year course for students who have graduated for a few years.
But if you are a new student and are going to pass the twelfth, and you are interested in B.ed, then this 4-year B.Ed Plus integrated course will be better for you.

Can I do B. Ed after 12th?

Yes, you can do B.Ed course after 12th, for this you will have to take admission in B.Ed integrated course which is 4 years, under this, you will get both graduation plus B. Ed degree together.

The biggest advantage of this course is that you study about Teaching for four years and it also saves you a year as well.

How many years is a B.ed course?

The B.Ed course is of 2 years if you join after graduation, but it can also be 4 years if you join the integrated B.Ed course after completing the twelfth.

Can I do B.Ed with Distance Learning?

Yes, you can also do B.ed Distance Learning, if you have done a B.Ed Distance Learning course from a well-reputed university, then it will also get the same value.

There are many institutes in India that offer B. Ed distance learning courses.

List of some Top B. Ed distance learning Institutions-

  • Tamilnadu Open University, Chennai
  • Delhi University
  • Nalanda Open University, Patna
  • Madhya Pradesh Open University, Bhopal

other top Education Courses-

Basic Training Certificate(BTC)

Diploma in Elementary Education (DL. El.ED)

Bachelor Of Physical Education (B.P.ED)

Diploma in Education(D. Ed)

What should be kept in mind before admission to the B.Ed course?

Before admission for B.Ed course in any college, you must take care of some things so that later on you do not have any problem of any kind.

  • Whether the college you are going to take admission in is accredited by NCTE or not.
  • How old is college?
  • What if college fees and any other fees?
  • How much is the permission to give admission to the college, from NCTE

Important links for Bachelor of Arts Course-

Official website of NCTE- Click here

Official website of NCERT- Click here

Syllabus of B.Ed course by NCERT- click here

Read more about B.ED course in Hindi- Hindi me career

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