BEd admissions on, to be on merit this year | Chandigarh News

Through- Poviet Kaur
CHANDIGARH: The admission process for the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) has started at all teacher training colleges in the city. Due to the Covid pandemic, this year the admissions will be based on performance instead of the entrance exam. Last year, too, admission was based on merit.
There is approximately 260 B.Ed seats in town. As every year, the university’s education department will coordinate the admission process. A website for this purpose was launched on Friday. Registrations can be made on the website until September 22nd. Deposits can be made in any branch of the State Bank of India until September 27th before 4:00 p.m.
Candidates have until September 30th to update information such as photos and signatures. Also, 60% of the places will be reserved for students from the city and 40% of the places will be in the open pool or All India Quota. Only those who have studied regularly at a university or institute in the city for at least two years are counted in the UT pool.
Foreign students are counted in the general pool. Those who study distance learning also fall into this category. The website also provides information on the subjects offered in each university.

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