Bihar B.ED CET Admit Card to be released today: Here’s how to download it

Admit cards for the Bihar B.ED Common Entrance Test (CET) are expected to be released today. The exam is slated to be held on June 23.

Candidates can download the admit cards from the official website www.bihar-cetbed-lnmu.in/.

The Lalit Narayana Mithila University (LNMU) is conducting this particular examination. The registration for the same was completed on May 17.

To help the examinees for this year’s B.ED exams, B.ED question papers for previous years have also been uploaded for their convenience. The website has also uploaded the syllabus that the examinees are expected to follow to take the exam.

Apart from this, qualifying marks and eligibility criteria have also been uploaded on the website.

The minimum marks are decided by the authorities based on the number of students appearing on the day of the exams. Apart from that, they need to assess the previous year’s minimum marks. The marks obtained by the examinees, the tie-breaking methodology and the marks reserved for the other categories are all taken into consideration to arrive at the minimum marks. For instance, if there is a tie between two candidates, then the older candidate is given the preference.

The previous year’s minimum marks were as follows for the general category – 2019: 60-70, 2018: 70-80. SC/ST: 40-50 and 40-50 and so on. These details too are uploaded for the examinees to view on the official website. The candidates can also view the information on the alternative website www.lnmu.ac.in.

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