UP B.Ed JEE 2021: Check application process, exam date, syllabus, paper pattern

Lucknow University will take the entrance test for admission to the two-year B.Ed program this year. The UP B.Ed Joint Entrance Examination or UP B.Ed JEE is held every year as a state exam. UP B.Ed JEE will take place on May 19th and 20th as an offline test. Registered candidates will be able to download the admission card from May 10th.

Lucknow University announced the exam by posting the official notice in the first week of February. Aspirants can visit the website lkouniv.ac.in for all relevant examination documents. Registrations are expected to begin on February 18th on the above website. The university accepts online applications until March 15th. However, you can apply until March 22nd by paying a late fee in addition to the actual enrollment fee.

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In order to apply for the exam, one must have a university degree or a postgraduate degree with at least 50 percent of the grades in any degree program. Graduates of engineering / technology with a focus on mathematics or natural sciences who have achieved at least 55 percent of the grades in the aptitude test are also eligible. Such eligible candidates can apply for the UP BEd by paying a fee of 1,500 rupees (UR and OBC) or 750 rupees (SC / ST). The late fee for UR and OBC candidates is Rs 1000 while it is Rs 500 for SC / ST candidates.

After completing the registration process, candidates can wait for the university to release the admission card for the exam. However, you have to start the preparations in good time, as the university has already specified the curriculum. The question paper is based on the subjects of general knowledge, general aptitude, language (English / Hindi) and the professional subject.

The indicative topics are spread over two papers according to the latest paper pattern. Paper 1 is based on general knowledge and language (English / Hindi). Thesis 2 is based on the subjects general aptitude and professional subject depending on the candidate’s qualifications. Each of the above sections contains 50 MCQ questions on paper with 2 points per question.

The selection process for compiling the final performance lists is straightforward. The university administers the test in centers across the country. The exam centers are located in major cities such as Aligarh, Meerut, Mathura, Varanasi, etc. The university sets certain bullet points for the selection of candidates to fill the available places for the B.Ed program.

Now that Lucknow University has published all the important information about the process of the UP B.Ed JEE 2021, prospective candidates are advised to prepare specifically. One of the most effective ways to prepare for the exam is to refer to the exam papers from the previous year. In this way the candidates can get a very good picture of the question paper.

Since the university also issues the UP B.Ed JEE answer keys after the exam, candidates can use the answer keys and questionnaires from the previous year to practice important questions. It is also recommended that candidates for the exam take mock tests, which can complement exam preparation.


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