Affiliated to L.N.M.U. Darbhanga


Shahpur Patory, Samastipur,

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B.Ed - 2 Year , Paper - Biological Science , 7(b), Topic - Kinds of Evaluation , Lecture - 11 , By - Nakul Sah

Contemporary India & Education, Topic: 13. Right to Education Act-2009 III

B.Ed -2nd Year , Biological Science , Paper - 7 (b) , Topic - Importance of Curriculum in the process of education , Lecture - 10 , By - Nakul Sah

Contemporary India & Education, Topic: 12. Right to Education Act-2009

Contemporary India & Education, Topic: 11. Right to Education Act-2009

B.Ed - 1 st Year , paper - 6 , Subject - Gender,School & Society , Topic - Hidden Curriculam , Lecture - 09 , By - Nakul Sah

B.Ed - 1st year , Paper - 6 , Subject - Gender, School & Society , Topic - Class Room , Lecture - 08 , By - Nakul Sah

Gunvattapurn Shikha & Vidyalayi Vatavaran III.pdf

Lect. No. 27 (Dr. Bably Kumari)

09. Gunvattapurn Shikha & Vidyalayi Vatavaran II

Topic: Cognitive theory of Jean Piaget

08. Gunvattapurn Shikha & Vidyalayi Vatavaran I

B.Ed 1st year , Subject - Gender , School and Socitey , Course - 6 , Topic - Role of Textbook , Lecture - 06 , By - Nakul Sah

Dimension of difference in psychological attributes cognitive abilities. Interest, aptitude, creativity, personality

Modern Indian and Education, 07. Gunvattapurn Shiksha 2

Course- 6, Gender, School and Society, Role of Curriculum

Difference in learners based on socio cultural context (Dr. Bably Kumari)

Sub: Modern India and Education, Topic: Gunvattapurn Shiksha 1

Class - B.Ed 1st year , Subject - Gender ,School and Socitey , Course - 6 , Topic - Schooling of girls, Lecture - 04 , By - Nakul sah

Top - process of socialization and social realities with special focus on Bihar,inequalities, conflicts,marginalization

Sub: Modern India and Education, Topic: Role of teacher in Peace Education

Gender Identities and Socialization Practices in : Family, schools, other formal and informal organization, schooling of girls

Paper-I, Topic: Concept of Socialization

Paper-I, Topic: Concept of Socialization

Modern Indian & Its Education, Unit-V(a) Lecture No- 04 (Continued previous lecture) Peace Education, B.Ed-I, 2020-22

Modern Indian & Its Education, Unit-5(a) Lecture No- 03 Peace Education, B.Ed-I, 2020-22

Receipt & payment for the financial year 2018-19

Income & expenditure for the financial year 2018-19

Balance Sheet for the financial year 2018-19


Details of available infrastructure for B.ed. Course

NCTE Recognition Order


Bachelor of Education or B. Ed. is an undergraduate program of 2-year duration.The course specifically caters to the students who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching and related fields. It is a skill based training program which imparts knowledge to students regarding all aspects of classroom teaching. The 2-year program is generally divided into four semesters by the institutes and structured in a way that not only involves classroom based teaching, but also practical training and internships. Candidates must be aware of B.Ed syllabus for a better understanding of the course.

B.Ed. Eligibility

  • The minimum qualification required for entry into B.Ed. course is Bachelor of Arts (B.A),Bachelor of Science(B.Sc.) or Bachelor of Commerce(B.Com.) form a recognised board/university with at least 50% marks.
  • Students need to appear in an entrance test conducted by the various states and Independent educational bodies and universities for admission in various teaching institutions attached with it according to the rank of the candidate in the entrance exam.
  • These exams are generally held in the month of June-July and consist of Objective type questions about English, General Knowledge, Aptitude, Basic Arithmetic Teaching Potential and one local language in some states. The results of these exams are generally out by July/Aug. Candidates go through practical training courses, apart from theory classes. Know more about B.Ed. Entrance Test.

B.Ed.: Course Details

Tabulated below are some of the major highlights of the course.

B.Ed. Full FormBachelor of Education
B.Ed. Course Duration2 years
EligibilityGraduation in any field
Top Recruiting OrganizationsSchools, Colleges, Coaching Centers, Publishing Journals, Libraries, etc.
Top Job ProfilesTeacher, Counsellor, Librarian, Administrator, Education Researcher, etc.
Average Salary INR 2-4 Lacs

B.Ed.: Skills Imparted

Pursuing B.Ed. course helps students to prepare themselves for the education industry. The curriculum involves both classroom-based teaching and practical training and internships. The course teaches students various new skills including:

  • Teaching Methodologies

  • Communication skills

  • Understanding the individual needs of each student

  • Problem-Solving skills