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B.Ed. Admission 2013-2014 - www.oasis.mkcl.org/BED

B.Ed. Admission 2013-2014 - www.oasis.mkcl.org/BED

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Admission for the Regular B.Ed. Course run in Government, Non-government Aided,  Unaided, Permanently Unaided and Non Government Aided, Unaided and Permanently Minority Colleges of Education in Maharashtra will be given through the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) by conducting the Common Entrance Test (CET) according to Merit as follows:
a)         Government and Non Government Aided Colleges of Education- 100% Seats
b)         Non-Government un-aided / permanently unaided colleges participating in the government
            centralized admission process - 80% seats.
c)         1. Non-government aided minority colleges - 50% seats
2. Non-government unaided / permanently unaided minority colleges participating in
    government centralized admission process - 50% seats
d)         The non-government unaided / permanently unaided Institutions participated in        Centralized  Admission Process should fill their management quota of 20% as per instructions contained in G.R. Dated 16.02.2004 either from the eligible candidates qualifying in CET 2012-13 participated in the Centralized Admission Process (Govt. CAP) or from Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalaya Sanstha Chalak Association (Asso. CAP) as per merit and not from both the CAPs together (jointly.)
           
The non-government unaided / permanently unaided colleges of education who have
filled in seats of management quota from Centralized Admission Process will have to get the admission letter from their Login ID. It is necessary to get the list of admitted candidates through Management Quota from the Centralized Admission Process certified from the Centralized Admission Committee. If the Non-government unaided / permanently unaided institutions participating in the Centralized Admission Process who have filled in their management quota from Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalaya Sanstha Chalak Association (Asso. CAP), it is necessary for them to get the list of admitted candidates certified from the Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalaya Sanstha Chalak Association and approved by Pravesh Niyantran Samiti.
 Management Quota seats are to be filled in subjectwise and categorywise as per rules prescribed in B.Ed. admission broucher.
 If the institution does not get sufficient seats for management quota or if the institution does not wish to fill in the management quota seats; such seats can be surrender to Centralized Admission Process.
 e)          The Aided Minority Institutions should fill their minority quota of 50% as per   instructions contained in G.R. Dated 16.02.2004 from the eligible minority candidates qualifying in CET 2012-13 participating in the Centralized Admission Process (Govt. CAP). It is necessary that the concerned minority colleges should give admission letters to the admitted candidates through their Login ID. It will be obligatory to get the list of candidates admitted through minority quota certified through Centralized Admission Process certified from the Centralized Admission Committee.
             If the minority institution does not get sufficient seats for minority quota or if the minority institution does not wish to fill in the minority quota seats; such seats can be  surrendered to the Centralized Admission Process.

f)              The non-government unaided / permanently unaided minority Institutions participating in the Centralized Admission Process can fill in their minority quota from the Centralized Admission Process (Govt. CAP) or from Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalaya Sanstha Chalak Association (Asso. CAP) and not from both the CAPs jointly. It will be necessary for those unaided/ permanently unaided minority colleges of education who have filled in seats of minority quota from the Centralized Admission Process (Govt.CAP) will have to give admission letters from their Login ID. Besides it will be necessary for them to get the list of admitted candidates certified from the Centralized Admission Committee. If nongovernment unaided or permanently unaided minority colleges of education have filled in their minority quota through the Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalay Sansthachalak Association, then they will have to get the list of admitted candidates certified from the association as well as get it approved from Pravesh Niyantran Samiti.
                If the minority institution does not get sufficient seats for the minority quota or if the minority institution does not wish to fill in the minority quota seats ; such seats can be surrendered to the Centralized Admission Process.
 1.2       Admission to the Non-Government unaided and permanently unaided colleges of Education who arethe members of Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalay Sansthachalak Association will be compulsorily through Single Window System on the basis of the Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted for the respective year by Association. In this regard,Hon. Supreme Court’s/ Hon. High Court’s/and the Pravesh Niyantran Samiti’s decisions and rules published from time to time by the Government will be mandatory. It is obligatory for the Colleges of Education to get the list of admitted
candidates certified from the Maharashtra Vinaanudan Adhyapak Mahavidyalay Sansthachalak Association as well as get it approved from Pravesh Niyantran Samiti.
1.3    a) 1. Candidates who have completed their Graduation/ Post Graduation from the recognized             Non-Agriculture University/ Agriculture University/Open University/Deemed University in Arts/Science/Commerce/ Home Science/ Agriculture Science/ Computer/ InformationTechnology/Engineering/ B. S. W. faculty in the sujects thaught at School/ Higher secondary level and the candidates belonging to Open, Category who have secured minimum 50% marks (49.5% and above will be eligible to fill up CET application form) and those candidates belonging to Backward Class category (SC, ST, VJ-A, NT-B, NT-C, NT-D, OBC, SBC) who have secured minimum 45% marks (44.5% and above will be eligible to fill up CET application form) and candidates from Out side Maharashtra Universities belonging to all categories who have secured minimum 50% marks (49.5% and above will be eligible to fill up CET application form) at Graduate or Post Graduate degree will be eligible to appear for CET examination being conducted for B. Ed. Admission.
 The following graduate candidates will not be eligible for B.Ed. admission :
1. The candidates having two years degree course.
2. Graduate degree holders having equivalence status given vide Higher and Technical     
Education G.R.No. SMK 1099/134/Mashi-4, dated 14.06.1999, Government    supplimentry letter No. SMK 1099/134/Mashi-1 dated 05.04.2003 and G.R.No. SMK 2007/ (26/07)/Mashi-6,dated 28.02.2007.
3. Graduates from other disciplines excepting those mentioned in Rule No.1.3 (a).

2. The minimum qualifying marks in CET for Open category candidates should be 18 marks out   
     50;for B. C. categories candidates 15 marks and for the candidates from Out of Maharashtra
     Universities belonging to all categories should be 18 marks for being eligible for admission to   
     B.Ed. Course.

b) Students desirous of seeking admission to English Medium Colleges of Education will have to
appear for English Language Content Test (ELCT) along with CET. It is essential for the   candidates to secure minimum 18 marks (36%) out of 50.
c) The condition mentioned in 1.3 a) (1) of minimum percentage of marks at Degree/ Post graduation will not be applicable to those candidates who are already in service as a Full time   Teachers and those who have continuously served for minimum two years and have got approval as trained teacher or Untrained teacher from department of school education. The Experience certificate of such candidates must be countersigned by the Education Officer/Block Education Officer. For teachers working in Central/CBSC Schools the experience certificate is required to be countersigned by the competent authority. The countersigned experience certificate, Appointment order given by the Sanstha and reliving letter for B.Ed. course by the Sanstha is required to be attached. However, the condition of minimum score as per rule 1 .3 a (2) in CET is applicable to such candidates. The Honoraray, On Honorarium, Part Time, Without Pay and CHB Teachers’ services will not be considered eligible for relaxation of marks at degree level.

d) The candidates who have appeared for Degree Examination held in March/April 2012 are eligible to appear for the CET. The Candidates whose results are declared before the schedule   of filling of Option Form and who are qualified as per Rule 1.3 (a) and for English Medium   1.3 (a), (b) and those who will fill in the Option Form will be included in the Merit List. The results of Graduation of those candidates are declared while the process of admission is on, can fill up the Option Form after declaration of their results. The names of the such candidates will be included in the further admission Process. Such candidate can not claim his/her seat according to merit in the admission process conducted before his/her filling up the Option Form.

1.4       Candidates who have completed their degree from the universities which give Grades instead of marks will have to attach a certificate of equivalent Marks shown against the grades from the competent authority of the University/Department. Candidates will have to attach the decoding list where the Codes are given to the subjects.

1.5       The merit and minimum eligibility criteria will be decided by considering the total percentage of marks secured by the candidate at the degree level.(considering the additional marks given by the university) (e.g. Some universities award degrees by considering the marks of three years, while some award degrees on the basis of consolidating Two years’ marks and some award degrees on the basis of the marks obtained only in the Third Year.) The calculation of marks at degree level will be done  according to the pattern of awarding grade/class adopted by the University.

1.6       1. The candidate cannot select the Compulsory subject of Graduation as the First Method.
The subject should have studied the subject to be offered as the First Method as    Optional/Special/ Subsidiary subject. The candidate must have studied total Six papers of the subject during the First, Second and Third year of Degree Course. The subject to be selected as a method must be one of the subjects studied at Secondary I Higher Secondary School Level. The candidate will be eligible to be admitted in the college where facility of teaching concerned subject is available.
2. The candidates preferring colleges in the jurisdiction of Nagpur University as per     
    The Statutes of the university, candidate must have studied the subject to be          
    offered as special method at graduation level. Moreover, the second subject of the
    special method should also have been studied at graduation level like the First 
    Method Subject. Moreover, the candidate must have studied English as one of the
    subjects at least for one year during the degree course. The candidate desirous of   
    seeking admission in the colleges of education falling in the jurisdiction of Nagpur
    University, must be eligible for admission as per the norms of the Nagpur
    University. The candidates desirous of  seeking admission in Nagpur University must
    have studied any two of the following subjects as Optional Subjects at the degree level
    for selecting the methods and provided the colleges have the facility of teaching the    
    concerned subjects at the time of filling the option form.: 1. Marathi, 2. English, 3.
    Hindi, 4. Sanskrit, 5. Pali, 6. Urdu, 7. History, 8. Geography, 9. Civics, 10. Economics,  
    11. Commerce, 12. Chemistry, 13. Physics, 14. Biology, 15. Mathematics, 16. Home    
    Science, 17. Music.
3. In some of the universities in Maharashtra, a candidate can secure degree by offering  
    in all five papers of a subject at the First, Second and Third year of graduation taken
    together. Candidates of such universities who have secured a degree by offering five
    papers as Optional, Special or Subsidiary subjects can offer that subject as the First
    Method and such candidates can be consider eligible for admission to B. Ed. Course.
     4. In Nagpur and Amravati University, a candidate has to offer five subjects in the first
    year of degree course out of them two are compulsory and three are optional. Those   
    subjects are continued in the Second and Third year of the course. Therefore, a
    candidate can secure a degree after studying only three papers of the  
    Optional/Special/Subsidiary subject. Hence, a candidate who has graduated from  
    Nagpur/ Amravati or any other University from Maharashtra having three papers of the
    respective subject at Optional or Subsidiary level, then the candidate can select that
    subject as first teaching method and will be held eligible for admission to the B. Ed.    
    Course.
5. If a candidates desires and is eligible for selecting two or more teaching methods, then    
                he/she should mention in the application form as per the instructions given. However, a
    candidate cannot offer the compulsory subject as a Method Subject. The subject/s to be
    offered for methodology must have been studied as Optional,Special or Subsidiary
    level. Compulsory subject cannot be offered as a Method of Teaching.
6. a)     If a candidate has secured additional degree in an additional subject, then the candidate can offer that subject as a Method as per above Rule 1.6(5). However, the marks scored at thefirst degree by the candidate shall only be considered while calculating the merit of the candidate..
 b)    As per the ordinance of Nagpur University, the candidate who has obtained a degree in anadditional subject, he/she cannot offer that subject as the First Method.
 7. Information regarding the In-take Capacity, Medium, Teaching Methods, Tuition Fee and other information of the Colleges of Education participating in Centralized Admission Process will be made available on the Web-Site and at ALC at the time of filling in the Option  (Preference) Form. 
1.7. a)  In case of Graduates from Commerce, Social Sciences, Agricultural Science, Computer, Information Technology, Engineering, and BSW faculty, the candidate should mention his/her discipline in the Application form instead of the Teaching Method. The respective teaching methods are not available in all the Colleges of Education. However, according to 5.1 (c), (d), (e), seats are reserved for the respective subjects/ discipline in all the Colleges of Education. The Candidates admitted as per merit and the preference in any such college shall have no right to claim his/her subject as a Method of Teaching. If a candidate wishes to opt for his graduation subject as a Teaching Method then he/she should give preference to those colleges having the concerned Method in the Option  Form .
b)         The candidate admitted as per the clause 1.7 (a) through Centralized Admission  Process,his method will be decided by Principal of the college where the candidate has secured admission based on the related subject offered at Graduation /Post Graduation by the candidate. For example in case of  Information Technology, Agriculture and Computer Science subjects, the candidate will have to opt for Science, Mathematics as Methods of Teaching.
c)         The Merit list will be prepared for each college according to availability of seats, as per category, subject, medium and quota as specified below:
1. For the University through which the First degree is obtained : 70 %
2. For the Graduates of Other Universities from Maharashtra : 28 %
3. Graduate of Universities Outside the State of Maharashtra : 2 %
4. This Distribution of quota will continue till the Third Round of the admission
5. If the seats are vacant even after the Third Round, the vacancies will filled through     
    Concerned Colleges of Education by admitting Subject-wise and Category wise  
    candidates from the State level Merit List according to merit. The Time Table for this  
    will be displayed separately as per the need on the web-site and in the newspapers.
Note:   Since the admissions are done through Centralised Admission Procedure (CAP), these 

2 comments:

Vimal Gohil said...

when is the exam for BEd CET

Anonymous said...

don't know

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