Mahatma Jyotiba University will announce the U.P. B.Ed JEE Result 2019 has been announced along with answer key.
The U.P. B.Ed JEE 2019 was conducted on 15th April 2019 this year in 15 cities across the Uttar Pradesh state. According to the reports, a total of 6,09,209 candidates registered for the entrance exam this academic year. Out of which, 5,66,400 candidates appeared for the Uttar Pradesh B.Ed JEE entrance exam this year.
How to Check UP B.Ed JEE Result 2019?
Candidates can follow the steps given below to check the Uttar Pradesh Bachelors of Education Joint Entrance Examination (UP B.Ed JEE 2019):
- Visit the official website of the university.
- Click on the link - UP B.Ed JEE Result 2019
- Candidates will be required to enter their UP B.Ed JEE 2019 Registration Number and Date of Birth
- The UP B.Ed JEE Result 2019 will be displayed on the computer screen.
- Download the result and take a print out of the same for future reference.
Candidates who qualify the UP B.Ed JEE 2019 will have to apply for the online counselling process. The candidates who qualify the examination will be eligible for admission to various B.Ed colleges in Uttar Pradesh.
Meanwhile, the central government and National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) are taking extensive measures to improve the quality of teacher training in B.Ed and D.Ed colleges across the country. Recently, NCTE found several irregularities with regards to teacher training colleges. Many of the institutes are not conducting regular classes, violating norms and not following prescribed norms associated with maintenance of records.
Earlier, the central government planned to hold a national-level entrance test for the admission to B.Ed course. However, the decision was rolled back due to non-feasibility. Currently, state governments are conducting a separate entrance test for B.Ed course. Students can also seek admission through management quota, however, they will not be eligible for fee reimbursement scheme.
The demand for one-year B.Ed course was higher earlier. Now, the trend has seen a sharp decline, particularly in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, after B.Ed course has been revamped into a two-year course.