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The Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) programme* is a four-year integrated professional degree programme of Elementary Teacher Education offered after the senior secondary (class XII) stage of school.
This programme is a bilingual programme. Conceptualized by the Maulana Azad Centre for Elementary and Social Education (MACESE) of the Department of Education, University of Delhi. Launched in the academic year 1994-95, the programme is an attempt towards fulfilling the need for professionally qualified elementary school teachers.
B.El.Ed. is designed to integrate the study of subject knowledge, human development, pedagogical knowledge and communication skills. Both professional and academic options are available to the students who graduate with a B.El.Ed. degree. The introduction of the B.El.Ed. programme in undergraduate colleges of the University of Delhi marks a move towards the creation of a cadre of Elementary Education professionals – a long awaited promise, beginning with the conception of the Central Institute of Education in 1947. Through the B.El.Ed. programme, concerns of elementary education have been integrated into the University system with Delhi University taking the lead. It has also upgraded the professional status of the elementary school teacher by providing for a University degree for elementary education. At present, the programme is being offered in eight women colleges of the University of Delhi.
- Colleges: Shyama Prasad Mukherji College
- Miranda House
- Mata Sundri College for Women
- Lady Shri Ram College for Women
- Jesus and Mary College
- Institute of Home Economics
- Gargi College
- Aditi Mahavidyalaya
Bachelors in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.)
Common Entrance Examination (CEE – B.El.Ed.) as detailed:
Scheme of the Common Entrance Examination (CEE – B.El.Ed.)
|I. Entrance Test|
|A (I)||Bilingual Language Comprehension||Multiple Choice||English and Hindi||35|
|A (II)||Mathematical Thinking & Reasoning||Multiple Choice||English or Hindi||35|
|B (I)||Subject knowledge (Science upto Class X)||Multiple Choice||English or Hindi||35|
|B (II)||Subject Knowledge (Social Sciences upto Class X)||Multiple Choice||English or Hindi||35|
|II. Class XII marks weightage||10|
|Total Marks (I +II)||150|
I. Entrance Test
There will be a minimum internal cut-off for each of the sections A (i) and A (ii). All sections and their parts are compulsory.
The Written Entrance Test will be of 3 hours duration. It will consist of two sections A and B of Multiple Choice Questions.
Part (i): Questions will be based on comprehension and the ability to use language in different contexts. Candidates are required to attempt both English and Hindi questions.
Part (ii): Questions will be application based and those that entail thinking, reasoning and problem solving in mathematics. Candidates can choose to answer in Hindi or in English.
Part (i) Questions will be based on reasoning and application of concepts in Science upto Class X. Candidates can choose to answer in Hindi or in English.
Part (ii) Questions will be based on interpretation of concepts in Social Sciences upto Class X.
Candidates can choose to answer in Hindi or in English.
II. Class XII marks weightage
Weightage will be given to the marks obtained in (the same four subjects as per the eligibility conditions) Class XII examinations.
Only a limited number of candidates short-listed on the basis of the Written Entrance Test will be called for Interview. Parameters for the Interview: Subject knowledge, oral communication ability, understanding of children and social issues, potential for critical thinking, general awareness and reading interests.
Frequently Asked Questions (B.El.Ed.)
1. What is the difference between B.Ed. and B.El.Ed.?
B.Ed. is a one year course taken up after graduation whereas B.El.Ed. is a four year integrated course pursued after Class XII and leads to a graduation degree.
2. Can boys apply for this course?
Currently the course is for women candidates only
3. What is the minimum age requirement?
You should have completed 17 on or before October1, 2013. There is no age relaxation.
4. How can I prepare for the course?
Revisit your concepts till class X level.
There will be four sections in the test:
a. Bilingual comprehension
b. Mathematical reasoning
c. Concepts of science
d. Concepts of social sciences
5. Suggest some reading material that may help me prepare for the Entrance exam?
We do not recommend any special books for preparation. You may revisit the concepts till class X level.
6. Is there negative marking in the test?
No, there is no negative marking. However, there are sectional cut-offs so you must answer all sections.
7. What is the medium of B.El.Ed course?
B.El.Ed is a bilingual course. It is taught in both English and Hindi medium.
8. Where can I do this course from?
There are eight women colleges that offer this course:
Aditi Mahavidayala, Institute of Home Economics;
Gargi college, Shyama Prasad Mukherji College
Lady Sri Ram college Jesus and Mary College
Miranda House Mata Sundari College
9. What all should one consider when deciding the college?
The short listed candidates will be called for Centralized Counselling according to their merit.
When making a choice you must consider
a) Liberal option that you would wish to pursue in second and third year
b) Distance of the college from your house
c) Fee structure
d) Hostel facilities, if you need one
10. Can I do post graduation after this course?
Yes you can.
11. Can I appear for Civil services after this course?
Yes, you can.
12. I have done my class XII from NIOS. Can I apply?
Of course, you can.
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