IGNOU BED ENTRANCE TEST 2019 RESULT & COUNSELLING
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
IGNOU B.Ed Result 2019 is expected to be announced in the month of October - 2019. The results are usually announced after one or two months of the conduct of the entrance test. IGNOU B.Ed 2019 Entrance Test is tentatively scheduled for the month of August - 2019.
|IGNOU B.Ed 2019 Application Form||IGNOU B.Ed 2019 Admit Card||IGNOU B.Ed 2019 Participating Colleges|
B.Ed or Bachelor of Education is a 2-year program offered by IGNOU in both January and July session that aims to provide theoretical and practical teaching training for aspirants who are keen to take up the teaching as a profession in schools. The results for the B.Ed entrance test will be announced on the official website of IGNOU i.e., www.ignou.ac.in.
The tentative schedule of IGNOU B.Ed 2019 July session is tabulated below. Counselling schedule for the IGNOU B.Ed July- 2019 is expected to be announced after the result declaration on the official website.
|Entrance Test Date||First Sunday of August - 2019|
|B.Ed Result 2019||October- 2019|
IGNOU B.Ed Entrance result is usually announced by the Regional Center within five-six weeks from the date of entrance test. Candidates can check their IGNOU B.Ed 2019 Result for the July session by entering their university enrollment number on the Entrance Test Results page.
IGNOU also issues Grade Cards to the successful candidates through mail and post after the declaration of the result online. Please follow the steps carefully to check result online.
Note: In case, any candidate does not receive the Result Card after the declaration of the result, he or she should contact the Regional Director, IGNOU of his/her center.
IGNOU’s Score Card is referred as the Grade Card. It includes both the rank and overall score of the candidate in the entrance test. In the Grade Card, candidate’s total marks in the entrance test and their “All India rank” are printed. The Grade Card can be downloaded from IGNOU’s official website using the following steps.
IGNOU B. Ed 2019 Cut Off is the minimum qualifying marks required to qualify in the entrance test. The cut off marks for candidates from different categories is decided by the University only. The cutoff marks are usually published online along with B. Ed Result 2019. The cut off marks are decided on the basis of several factors such as level of difficulty in the entrance test, previous years’ trends in cut off, the total number of candidates appeared for the entrance exam, highest score achieved etc.
Note: The qualifying standards in the entrance test will be different for General and other categories (SC/ST/OBC, physically handicapped, and female). If caste certificate is not provided with the application form, a candidate will be considered to apply from the General category. Similarly, if there is no indication regarding gender, no relaxation in qualifying standard will be applicable.
IGNOU regional centers will also issue call letters to all the shortlisted candidates who qualified the B.Ed entrance exam. The list of qualifying candidates for counseling will also be available online on the official website. The counselling schedule will vary for different regional centers and are usually conducted at designated PSCs only on Saturdays and Sundays. There are usually four counselling rounds for admission to IGNOU B.Ed Program.
The maximum seat intake for all the allocated PSCs is 50. The regional centers will release the final list of shortlisted candidates for B.Ed admission for a particular academic session. Candidates are required to pay the Programme Fee to secure admission. The Programme fee can be remitted via Demand Draft issued in favor of IGNOU, payable at city where the regional center is located.
Admission to B. Ed program is possible only when qualified candidates submit all the requisite documents on the day of counseling. If at a later stage, it is found that the documents submitted are false, the admission of the candidate is subject to cancellation and no fee refund will be permitted. Candidates failing to report at the allocated PSC (Programme Study Centres) will be automatically rejected form participating in any subsequent rounds of seat allocation.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College