List of Delhi University (DU) B.Ed Colleges - Admission Process 2020, Entrance Exam, Eligibility, Seat Matrix

Simran Saini
Simran SainiPublished On: October 20, 2020

Check out the list of Delhi University B.Ed colleges along with its admission process, course details, seat intake, syllabus etc. here. 

List of Delhi University (DU) B.Ed Colleges - Admission Process 2020, Entrance Exam, Eligibility, Seat Matrix

List of DU B.Ed Colleges - Delhi University B.Ed colleges are regarded among the renowned Indian educational institutes that offer quality education and produce skilful graduates who can take up the noble responsibility of teaching students thereafter. While there are many B.Ed colleges in India, Delhi University B.Ed colleges are a popular choice among aspirants, especially of the NCR region.

The B.Ed colleges of Delhi University follow a set pattern of admitting students to the course. This is in the form of an exclusive B.Ed entrance examination, on the basis of the scores in which, a merit list is prepared. Candidates looking forward to securing a seat in Delhi University B.Ed colleges are required to feature in the merit list of the B.Ed entrance examination to become eligible to participate in the B.Ed counselling process. Every year, thousands of candidates apply for the Delhi University B.Ed admissions with an aim to pursue a career in the teaching profession at the school level.

Table of Contents

About DU B.Ed Entrance ExamDU B.Ed Admission Dates
List of DU B.Ed CollegesDU B.Ed Eligibility Criteria
DU B.Ed Admission ProcessDU B.Ed Syllabus (Course)
List of Top Private B.Ed Colleges

About DU B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020

NTA (National Testing Agency) successfully conducted the DU B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020 on 9th September 2020. The result for DU B.Ed Entrance Exam will be released soon. Candidates aspiring for admission in B.Ed in any of the colleges affiliated to Delhi University will have to appear for the entrance exam.

DU B.Ed Admission Dates 2020

Here is the list of dates for B.Ed admission at Delhi University -

Event

Date

Commencement of online form submission for DU B.Ed Entrance Exam

June 20, 2020

Last date to submit application form

August 31, 2020

DU B.Ed Admit Card

August 29, 2020

DU B.Ed Entrance Exam Date

September 6 to September 11, 2020

DU B.Ed Entrance Exam Result

October 14, 2020

DU B.Ed Merit List

October 19, 2020

List of Delhi University B.Ed Colleges & Seat Matrix

Name of the College

Seats Intake

Department of Education (Central Institute of Education - CIE)

110

Lady Irwin College (LIC)

110

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (SPMC)

57

Maharishi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE)

110

Before we understand the B.Ed admission process of Delhi University, let us take a look at the B.Ed colleges of Delhi University one by one as below.

Department of Education (Central Institute of Education - CIE)

The Faculty of Education at Delhi University, popularly known as the Central Institute of Education is the most sought-after Delhi University B.Ed college. It is also recognized as the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education (IASE).

It was established in the year 1947 and offers a total of 100 seats in the B.Ed course. Both male and female candidates can apply at CIE as it is a co-ed institute.

Location: CIE is located in the North Campus area of Delhi University. The nearest metro station to reach CIE is Vishwavidyalaya(Yellow Line).

Lady Irwin College (LIC)

Lady Irwin College was established in 1932 and is one of the two DU B.Ed colleges that are exclusively for women. It offers 100 seats in its B.Ed programme. The college launched its B.Ed course for Home Science students in the year 1952. Thereafter, in 2007, it also started a full-time professional teacher education programme (B.Ed) Special Education, also known as B.Ed-M.R. for students from all streams.

Lady Irwin College is well known for its community outreach programmes, networking, seminars, public events and recreation. It is a fine example of a college that can provide its students with excellent opportunities.

Location: Lady Irwin College is located in central Delhi. The nearest metro station to reach Lady Irwin College is Mandi House (Blue Line).

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (SPMC)

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women (SPMC) is a multidisciplinary college which was established in the year 1969. It is the only college in Delhi University that offers both B.Ed and B.El.Ed courses under the supervision of a highly qualified faculty.

The college also conducts annual seminars every year while inviting paper presentations from research scholars, faculty members and students. The college is for females only and the number of seats in the B.Ed course is limited to 50.

Location: SPMC is located in West Punjabi Bagh area in west Delhi. The nearest metro station is Shivaji Park or Punjabi Bagh (Pink Line).

Maharishi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE)

Maharishi Valmiki College of Education (MVCE) was established in the year 1995. It is accredited by NAAC with A grade. It is a co-ed college that offers admission to the B.Ed course on the basis of DU B.Ed entrance exam conducted by CIE.

MVCE launched its B.Ed course for students from the Humanities and Social Science categories. The college strives to impart quality education and bring diversity in the scope of its pre-service teacher education programme. MVCE offers 100 seats in the B.Ed programme.

Location: MVCE is located inGeeta Colony in East Delhi. The nearest metro station is Lakshmi Nagar (Yellow Line).

Also Read: Top 10 North Campus Colleges of Delhi University

DU B.Ed Eligibility Criteria 2020 

Candidates aspiring for B.Ed admission in DU will have to fulfil the following admission rules -

Eligibility Rule 1The candidates must have a minimum of 50% of marks in B.A/ B.Sc/ B.Com or M.A/ M.Sc/ M.Com are eligible for the entrance exam.
Eligibility Rule 2Candidates who have a B.Tech degree with 55% of marks are also eligible to appear for the entrance exam. 
Eligibility Rule 3Candidates who have passed a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Arts must choose only Social Sciences subject as Methodology 1
Eligibility Rule 4Candidates who have passed a Bachelor's or Masters degree in Sciences must choose only Science subject as Methodology 1

Delhi University B.Ed Admission Process 2020

Here is the detailed admission process for DU B.Ed Admission 2020 -

Apply for DU B.Ed Entrance Exam: Delhi University B.Ed admissions are based on the scores obtained by interested candidates in the B.Ed entrance exam conducted by the NTA. Candidates who wish to apply for the course are required to fill in the application form online and complete all registration formalities. The B.Ed courses are full-time two-year professional teacher education courses, to apply for which a candidate should have completed his/her graduate or postgraduate degree.

Merit List: Once the exam is conducted, a merit list of candidates who qualify in the exam is a prepared basis which they are notified to appear for the B.Ed counselling process, after which they are allotted seats in any of the four DU B.Ed colleges. If a candidate, who is awarded B.Ed admission in one of the DU colleges, is absent during the counselling session, the seat is awarded to the next eligible candidate in the merit list.

Delhi University B.Ed Syllabus

DU B.Ed colleges have a well designed and structured course content that consists of both theory subjects and practicum. Delhi University B.Ed syllabus consists of foundation, pedagogic and elective courses that a student must choose on the basis of his/her interest. The B.Ed syllabus of DU colleges can be helpful to understand the types of options available to a student so that he/she can make a good career choice. Courses such as Education in India, ICTs, Gender and Education, Society and Education cover a wide range of topics that a to-be teacher should be well aware of.

You can find the detailed Delhi University B.Ed syllabus here.

In case you have any further queries with respect to B.Ed courses and colleges in India, you can write to us in our QnA section. CollegeDekho experts will assist you while you make your career decisions.

Top Private Colleges for B.Ed

Here is the list of some of the top private B.Ed colleges -

Dr. KN Modi University - JaipurLovely Professional University
Amity University - LucknowThe ICFAI University - Dehradun
Integral University - LucknowIndo-Global Group of Colleges - Mohali

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