Frequently Asked Questions   

  • Scope after doing B.Ed
  • Ans: To become a teacher a qualification of B.Ed degree is preferrable. This programme includes learning various teaching methods & training in the same.  Many universities in India offer this course. Those who have pursued a bachelor’s degree in any discipline can join this course. B.Ed is a one year programme. The candidates can choose the specialization in this course depending on the discipline they have studied in graduation. The career opportunities for these professionals are huge nowadays. They can get in to the teaching profession in various government as well as private institutions. The various employment areas for these graduates are schools, coaching centres, education departments, home tuitions, educational consultancies, private tuitions and so on.  Further for in-service promotion in school education department the course is compulsory.

  •  What is difference of nature and scope of M.Ed and M.A.Edu
  • Ans: The dilemma students face is whether to pursue a master of arts in education degree or a master of education degree. Both degrees possess value in the education profession, but each degree is specific to the student's career or educational goal.

  • Guidance for subject selection in B.Ed
  • Ans: There is no specific rule however, for better pursuing of the course and further it is best to follow those nature of subject individual has oriented to during graduation or MA/M.Sc/M.Com/allied

  • Can any other professional course be taken up paralally with B.Ed /M.Ed course
  • Ans: It is full time course. It will not permit any parallel course till termination of course.

  • Is one year for B.Ed course enough
  • Ans:  As the duration for academic activities, teaching practices as well as practicum work is not enough to do justice with all mentioned and all related components of this course, the time of two year as recommended by different academicians as well as expertise committees is considered adequate.

    Janab Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari

    Hon'ble Minister for Education.


    Smt. Priya Sethi

    Hon'ble Minister of State for Education,Technical Education, Culture, Tourism, Horticulture, Floriculture and Parks.


    Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon, IAS

    Commissioner/Secretary to Govt. Higher Education.