The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations is inviting online application for BEd Jammu Entrance Test 2019 for admission to B.Ed. programme in Government College of Education, Jammu for academic session 2019-2020. Read on to know BEd Jammu Entrance test 2019 eligibility criteria, application procedure, important dates, test pattern & other details on BEd Jammu 2019 Entrance test.
BEd Jammu Entrance test 2019 eligibility criteria
Candidates must have passed B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.C.A./B.B.A. or equivalent examination from a recognized University/Institution according to 10+2+3 pattern, or any other equivalent qualification with 50% aggregate marks (40% for SC/ST candidates) can apply for BEd Jammu entrance test.
How to apply for BEd Jammu Entrance test 2019
Eligible candidates can apply online at http://www.jkbopee.gov.in from 03 April to 02 May 2019. Candidate should take a print of filled in on-line form to verify his/her photograph, signature and thumb impression and shall produce the hard copy of the form to the college/University Authorities, if so demanded by the college/University authorities.
Application fee of Rs. 1200 to be paid online through national credit card/debit card/Net Banking on or before 02 May 2019.
Jammu University B.Ed admission 2019 important dates
- Starting date to fill BEd Jammu Entrance Test 2019 online application form- 03 April 2019
- Last date to apply for BEd Jammu Entrance Test 2019- 02 May 2019
- Last date of deposit of online application fee- 02 May 2019
- BEd Jammu Entrance Test 2019 exam date- 23 June 2019
BEd Jammu Entrance test 2019 exam pattern
The entrance examination shall consist of one paper only. The question paper shall contain 180 Questions. ll questions will be compulsory and each question shall carry one mark. There will be 0.25 negative marks for every wrong answer.
1. General English: 45 Questions;
2. General Awareness: 45 Questions:
3. Aptitude for Teaching Profession: 45 Questions;
4. Reasoning: 45 Questions.
Time duration for the Entrance Examination shall be one hundred and eighty (180) minutes (three hours)