- The merit of each candidate shall be determined on the basis of marks secured by him/her in the qualifying degree. There will be no entrance test.
- When two or more candidates have secured equal marks in the counselling their Inter-se merit admission will be decided on the following criteria in the order of preference.
Candidates having Master’s degree.Candidate with higher percentage of marks in Master’s Degree.
Candidate older in age.
Candidate with higher percentage of marks in Matric.
- If a sufficient number of candidates belonging to reserved category(ies) is not available, the vacant seats will be offered to candidates in open category. Likewise, if seats under 85% state category remain vacant, these would be transferred to 15% all India category and vice-versa.
- The candidates are required to bring all certificates in original along with one set of photocopies of each document and two copies of their photograph identical to be pasted on the application form at the time of depositing fee in the concerned college. In case any candidate fails to produce the required original certificate, his admission to B.Ed course shall stand cancelled automatically.
- 5% marks will be given to candidates who have passed their 8th and 10th class examination from schools situated in rural areas of Punjab. For this, they will have to submit a certificate of that school falling in rural area at the time of passing 8th as well as 10th class issued by the Head of the School, duly countersigned by the concerned D.E.O. for schools affiliated to State Board and counter signed by the Sarpanch for CBSE/ICSE Schools.
- The successful candidates will report in the allotted college within the given time and deposit the prescribed fee for B.Ed course to confirm the allotment. Otherwise admission to B.Ed course session 2013-14 shall stand cancelled automatically.
- The Principal of the college shall be responsible to ascertain the eligibility of the candidate and authenticity of documents before the admission of the candidate.
- The fee for the B.Ed. course for the session 2013-14 has been notified as recommended by the constituted Fee Fixation Committee and approved by the Federation of Self Financed Colleges of Education (Regd.) Punjab (available on the website www.bedpunjab.org).
- Candidates applying for the reserved category shall carefully indicate the claim for only one category in the admission form to be submitted to the University in the first instance before the counselling. No change of category will be entertained/ permitted at a later stage in the application Form.
- After completion of counseling, the admissions committee will take decision about filling of unfilled seats. The method proposed would be in light of the decisions taken by the Punjab and Haryana High Court regarding C.W.P. No. 19518 dated 14.12.2009.
- Allocation of seat does not mean confirmation of admission. The admission will be confirmed by the college concerned after checking and verification of documents.
- For filling up of seats, in the first instance, three counselling rounds of All India seats will be held. The seats falling vacant in the All India quota will be converted into Science and Arts seats. Then three counselling rounds for Science seats will be held. The seats falling vacant in the Science quota will be converted into Arts seats. After that, the counseling will start for the Arts seats.
- Candidates with at least 50 % marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree and/or in the Master’s Degree or any other qualification declared equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the Programme. Any candidate with 49.99% or less marks would not be eligible.
- The reservation for SC/ST/OBC and other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/State Government, whichever is applicable. There shall be a relaxation of 5 % marks in favor of SC/ST/OBC and other categories of candidates. Candidate with 44.99% marks or less would not be eligible.
- Added vide Para 3.2 of Appendix IV of N.C.T.E. Notification No. F-51F1/2007-N.C.T.E (N&S) dated 27-11-2007. Provided that such minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a candidate to get admission in an institution but only entitle the candidate concerned to fulfill other institutional criteria notified by the institution concerned or by the Government concerned from time to tome to apply for admission.
- Candidate must have studied the major subject of the subject combination for at least two years at Bachelor’s level/Master’s level. Honors’ students shall opt for major subject in which they have obtained Honors the minor subject should have been studied at least for one year.
- Candidates, who have appeared for the qualifying examination / Compartment cases, if their results are declared before closing date of registration, shall be considered.
- In case of students who have done Honors in languages such as Hindi, Punjabi and English, the major subject will be language. Such candidates would be allotted minor subject by the college on the basis of other subject option/ s permissible to the candidate by the respective university and availability of the same in the respective colleges