The College follows semester system in all the B.Ed. courses with a component of continues evaluation to bring qualitative improvement in teaching learning process. The course is of two (02) years duration spreading over four semesters. Admission to the course shall be made at the beginning of each semester, unless decided otherwise by the Academic Council of the affiliating university.
The prospectus of the college containing application form for admission may be obtained from the college office/ counter and the duly filled in forms with self attested copies (in duplicate) of the required documents as mentioned in the Application form have to be submitted in the college office/ counter on or before the date as notified below:

  1. Issue of Prospectus containing Application Form from College office from 22th June (Wednesday) 2016 to 8th July (Friday) 2016 for B.Ed. general course and from 29th June (Wednesday) 2016 to 15th July (Friday) 2016 for B.Ed.Spl.Edu. Courses.

  2. Filled in Application form to reach the college office latest by 8th July (Friday) 2016 for B.Ed. general course and by 15th July (Friday) 2016 for B.Ed.Spl.Edu. Courses.



The intake capacity in B.Ed. general course is 100 (One hundred) / two wings (50 students per wing) per each academic year and in B.Ed. Special Education courses (LD, HI and VI) the capacity is maximum 30 in each area of disability.


Candidate with M.A/M/Sc/M.Com/B.A./ B.Sc./ B.Com./ B.Tech (with Mathematics)/ B.E. (with Mathematics) degree from Rajiv Gandhi University or any other recognized University with at least 50% marks in graduation degree under (10+2+3) pattern/ scheme is eligible for admission to B.Ed. general course and the minimum eligibility for admission to B.Ed.Spl.Edu. Courses is B.A./B.Sc./ B.Com. and equivalent degree at graduation level with minimum 50% marks in the qualifying degree examination. SC/ST and OBC (NCL) candidates shall be given relaxation of 5% marks.
Under no circumstances students having Bachelor degree under 10+2+2 pattern/ scheme shall be allowed to take admission in B.Ed. general course.

    60% of seats in the total course will be reserved for ST candidates, 9% for OBC, 3% for SC, 5% for wards of Ex-service men, 3% for Differently abled and rest 20% for Open category candidates. However, if there are no OBC, SC, wards of ex-service men and Differently abled applicants etc, the seats will go to ST category like wise if ST candidates are not available than seats will be treated as “open”. Bonafide students of Rajiv Gandhi University belonging to all categories shall be given additional weightage 10% marks over and above their % of marks for preparing the merit list for admission in B.Ed. programme. Like wise, APST (Arunachal Pradesh Schedule Tribe) applicants passing out from other UGC recognized University shall be given a additional weightage of 5% marks over and above their percentage of marks.

One seat will be reserved as sports quota out of Open quota. The outstanding sports Men/Sports Women will be given 10% weightage for representing the country at the international level, 5% for representing the state at the national level and 3% for inter-University at National level in RGU and shall be added as weightage to marks obtained at qualifying exams. However, the candidates applying under the sports quota will have to satisfy the minimum percentage of marks prescribed to be eligible for admission before adding the weightage. The seat, if eligible candidate is found will be met out of the seats reserved for Open category. If no candidate is found eligible for the sports quota, seat will remain as part of the Open category.

For NSS Volunteer, a weightage of 5 marks will be given for (i) 240 hrs of social service and 2 special camps/ 1 NIC (National Integration Camp)/ RDC Delhi (Republic Day Camp) and weightage of 3 marks for (ii) 120 hrs of social service/ 1 Special camp.

For NCC cadet, a weightage of 5 and 3 marks will be given for ‘C’ and ‘B’ certificate holders respectively.

Provision of concession is kept for wards of Kashmiri migrants and leprosy affected people.

N.B.: The university gives preference to freshly passed students in admissions to various courses, particularly in situation where the percentage of both such candidates are tied in the qualifying/ eligibility degree.


The admission in B.Ed programme shall be made on MERIT on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or any other selection process/ criteria in force from time-to-time.


Actual admission shall be based on merit in accordance to the following criteria:
1. Percentage of marks in graduation (10+2+3) with additional weightage as under: -

(a) 2% marks for Honours/ Major in any subject.
(b) 10% marks for graduates of Rajiv Gandhi University or 5% marks for APST graduates from other universities.

2. Order of merit shall be determined after giving the weightage at (a) & (b) above. However, distribution of seats to candidates from different streams/ subjects will be taken into consideration as far as practicable.

3. Selected candidates have to submit an undertaking that they are not in service. However, if any one is in service, then, he/she will have to submit a no objection certificate and two years leave certificate from his/her employer on the date of admission positively, failing which the seat shall be cancelled.

4. The admission will be only in one phase and the candidates seeking admission should apply for admission on or before 8th July 2016.

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