PTET 2014 Eligibility Criteria & Rules

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For admission in the B.Ed. Course candidate must have teaching subjects at Bachelor/Master Degree level. 

(i) ‘Teaching subject’ means a subject offered by the candidate at his/her Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree Examination as an optional subject or as a subsidiary subject, provided that the candidate studied it for at least two years and also taken University Examination each year. 

This shall not include such subjects as were studied by him/her only for a part of the Bachelor’s Degree Course shall not be considered as teaching subject. 

Thus the qualifying subjects like General English, General Hindi, General Education/History of Indian Civilization and Culture, Elementary Mathematics, etc. prescribed for the First Year T.D.C. or Second Year Course of the University or a subject dropped by a candidate at the Part-1 stage of the Degree Course shall not be treated as a teaching subject. In the case of Honours Graduates, besides the honours subject, the subsidiary subjects would also be taken into account, provided the candidate studied the same for last two academic sessions and also passed University Examination. 

The mark sheet of Final year examination should clearly indicate the marks of compilation of Part I, Part II and Part III in the case of three years degree course or Part II and Part III examinations in the case of two years degree course separately.

(ii) Only such Candidates shall be allowed to offer Social Studies for the B.Ed. Examination as have taken their Bachelor’s Degree with atleast two subjects out of History, Political Science, Public Administration, Economics, Geography, Philosophy, Psychology and Sociology. 

(iii) A person having Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture shall be allowed to offer General Science and Biology for B.Ed. Examination. General Science may also be allowed to be offered by a candidate passing the Degree of B.Sc. (Home Science) or passing the B.Sc. Examination with Chemistry with any one subject of Life Science, i.e. Biology or Botany or Zoology. 

(iv) A candidate who has offered Political Science or Public Administration at his Bachelor’s or the Master’s Degree Examination shall be eligible to offer Civics as a teaching subject in the B.Ed. Examination.

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