MP B.Ed. 2020: Round 3 Merit List to be Released on September 22; Check

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The Madhya Pradesh Department of Higher Education will be releasing the MP B.Ed. Round 3 Merit List on September 22. Accordingly, the seat allotment procedure will commence from September 26.

MP B.Ed. Round 3 Merit List will be declared on the official website of the MP Department of Higher Education. Eligible candidates will be allotted seats according to their merit marks and choices respectively. 

Seat allotment for Round 1 and Round 2 MP B.Ed. was conducted earlier on August 19 and September 7, 2020, respectively.

Check: MP B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020: Counselling Result (Out)

Important Dates for MP B.Ed. 2020 Round 3 Counseling



Round 3 Choice Filling

September 14 to 19, 2020

MP B.Ed Round 3 Merit List

September 22, 2020

MP B.Ed Round 3 Seat Allotment

September 26, 2020

The candidates need to pay the admission fee to lock their seats for admission in B.Ed. course.

CheckMP B.Ed First Merit List 2020 Declared; Seat Allotment to End Soon

How to Check MP B.Ed. Third Merit List 2020?

Candidates can check the round 3 merit list following given steps:

Step 1 - Visit the official website of MP Higher board education

Step 2 - Click on the bullet point stating MP B.Ed. 3rd Merit List 2020.

Step 3 - MP B.Ed. 3rd Merit List 2020 PDF format will open.

Step 4 - Print out the merit list and secure it safely.

Check: MP B.Ed Second Seat Allotment List 2020

List of B.Ed. Courses Offered in Madhya Pradesh

1) Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

2) Integrated BA B.Ed. in English

3) Integrated BA + B.Ed.

4) Integrated B. Com + B.Ed.

Check: Scope in B.Ed course

MP B.Ed. 2020 Examination

The Professional Examination Board (PEB), Madhya Pradesh, conducts the MP B.Ed. 2020 examination. The exam allows admission in B.Ed. courses in Madhya Pradesh colleges. 

The Madhya Pradesh Bachelor of Education Entrance Exam consists of a total of 100 MCQ type questions. The mode of the examination is offline. Though the exam was cancelled this year and the allotment is done on merit prepared by the authority based on candidates marks in the Qualifying exam