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This year, B.Ed colleges in Andhra Pradesh enrolled fewer admissions. The AP EDCET counselling which was held last week received poor response where 4,575 seats out of 31,433 were filled. Almost 86% of B.Ed seats are lying vacant in Andhra Pradesh.
This year as well a huge number of colleges in Andhra Pradesh is expected to record zero number of admissions. The situation has made clear that the functioning of the B.Ed colleges has become a question. The college management needs to bring a positive change in the entire system.
Number of B.Ed Seats Vacant after AP EDCET 1st Counselling
|Total Number of B.Ed Colleges in Andhra Pradesh||450+|
|Total Number of B.Ed Seats in Andhra Pradesh||31,433|
|Total Number of B.Ed Seats Filled After 2nd AP EDCET Counselling||4,525|
|Total Number of B.Ed Seats Vacant||27,479|
|Total Number of Candidates Qualified AP EDCET Exam||11,490|
|Total Number of Seats in Government B.Ed Colleges||1056|
Based on the above statistics, it can be seen that not many candidates are keen to take up the AP EDCET exam. This year also only 11,490 students qualified the AP EDCET exam. Comparative to the previous year the number of B.Ed seats in Andhra Pradesh has reduced even then 90% of the seats are lying vacant. Mushrooming of B.Ed colleges is also one of the reasons for the same.
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There are more than 450 B.Ed colleges across the state which offer a total number of 31,433 seats. This year, around 11,490 students, took the AP EDCET examination which was conducted for the admission to B.Ed course.
The AP EDCET 2nd phase counselling notification was released on 15 October 2019 by APSCHE. The counselling for AP EDCET 2019 is conducted on the basis of the AP EDCET 2019 rank card.