UP BED JEE 2018 NEWS
STATE LEVEL ONLINE TEST
UP B.Ed JEE 2018 notification is expected to be released in the 2nd week of February 2018. The exam is expected to be conducted in the 1st week of May 2018.
UP B.Ed. JEE is a state level exam through which candidates can get admission into B.Ed. courses for further studies. The exam is going to be conducted by Lucknow University. A total of 217 B.Ed. colleges will be granting admission to their courses through this exam.
Take a look at the tentative dates for UP B.Ed. JEE 2018 below: -
|Online application starts from||2nd week of March 2018|
|Last date to register for the exam||2nd week of April 2018|
|Last date to pay the application fee||2nd week of April 2018|
|Date of exam||1st week of May 2018|
|Results date||4th week of May 2018|
|Counseling starts from||1st week of June 2018|
|Academic session to start from||1st week of July 2018|
The application form for UP B.Ed. is completely online. Application forms will be available from 2nd week of March 2018 and will continue till 2nd week of April 2018, as stated above. General Category candidates will have to pay INR 1000 as the fee for the exam, while candidates belonging to SC/ST and OBC categories will have to pay INR 550 as the registration fee.
Candidates need to know following things about the registration process of UP B.Ed. JEE 2018: -
|UP B.ED. JEE 2018 FEE|
Since the official notification is yet to come, no comment can be made on the changes which are going to be implemented towards the exam. However, since no news has been received regarding the possible changes in UP B.Ed. JEE 2018, it is very likely that the whole process will not witness any major changes.
UP B.Ed. JEE 2018 will comprise of two papers, paper 1 and paper 2. Candidates will have to answer objective type questions in both the papers.
Both the papers have similar structure, where one section in each of the papers will be same and compulsory for all. Take a look at the examination pattern of both the papers below: -
Both the sections will have 50 questions each, wit composite time of 3 hours.