Eligibility for Admission to B.Ed Course
Candidate should be an Indian citizen of kerala origin. In order to prove that a candidate is an Indian citizen of kerala origin for the limited purpose of eligibility for admission he/she has to produce any one of the following certificates.
a) In the case of candidates who have undergone School / College studies in Kerala, a course certificate from the Head of educational institution last attended in kerala, certifying that the candidates has undergone his/her studies in kerala for not less that 5 (five) years within a continuous period of 12 (twelve) years, immediately prior to the completion of the Bachelor`s Degree or equivalent examination.
b) A Certificate from the Village officer/ Tahsildar to that he / she or his / her mother/ father was born in Kerala. -- OR --
c) Certificate from the Village Officer / Thahsildar to the effect that the candidate has been a resident of Kerala State for a period of five years with in a continuous period of twelve years.
i) (General) Candidate should have passed the B.A. / B.Sc. Degree examination under the 10+2+3 pattern with one main subject and two subsidiary subjects from any of the Universities in Kerala or of any other University recognized by any of the Universities in Kerala as equivalent there to for admission, Subject to the stipulation regarding marks.
How ever Double or Triple main Candidates or candidates who passed the Degree Examination in Vocational or Specialized Course under any scheme of Kerala University and other universities are also eligible for admission. How ever, they have to submit copy of the Equivalency/ Eligibility certificates from any of the Universities in Kerala, stating that, their Qualifying examination is recognized for seeking admission to B.Ed. Degree course in a particular optional subject / in a stream as applicable, along with their aplica tion. The applicants should be qualified in all respects as on the last date of submission of the application form
ii) The minimum requirement for admission to B.Ed Course is 45 % in Bachelor`s Degree (Science/Arts Subject) in aggregate (i.e. For Part I+II+III)
3. Relaxation of Marks
a) Candidates belonging to Scheduled Casts/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) Communities with pass, for graduation and Post Graduation in the respective optional subjects are eligible for admission
b) Candidates belonging to socially and Educationally Backward (SEBC) communities will be given 3 % concession in aggregate marks
c) Candidates belonging to other Eligible Communities (OEC) will be given 5% concession in aggregate marks.
d) Candidates should be physically fit and mentally sound. Deaf/Dumb candidates are not eligible. How ever, blind candidates will be eligible for admission to optional other than science optional.
There is no upper age limit for admission to B.Ed Courses
5. Choice of Optional Subjects
The optional Subjects for the B.Ed course should be the same as the one, which the student has selected as main subject for graduation, or the main subject for graduation conventionally recognised to be coming under the optional chosen. In case, the main subject is different from or conventionally considered as not coming under the optional opted for admission, a copy of the certificate from any of the Universities in Kerala, stating that such degree is eligible for admission to that optional for B.Ed Course,should be furnished along with the application.
6. Eligibility for different Optional Subjects:
Candidates seeking admission to the B.Ed Course in a subject/stream will have to satisfy the academic eligibility applicable to the subject/stream.
B.A. Degree with English language and Literature / Functional English with 45% marks in aggregate or B.A./B.Sc. With 50 % of marks for part I English and not less than 50 % marks for Master`s Degree inEnglish Language and Literature.
B..Sc. Degree with Mathematics/Statistics/Applied Statistics as main, with 45% marks in aggregate. Candidates with Statistics/Applied Statistics should have studied Mathematics as one of the subjects.
B.Sc. Degree with Physics /Chemistry/Polymer chemistry /Industrial Chemistry/B.Sc Geology /B.Sc Petro Chemicals /B.Sc Bio Chemistry main with 45% marks in aggregate.
B.A Degree with History/Arabic and Islamic History main with 45% marks in aggregate or B.A Degree with Geography / Politics/Economics / Sociology / Psychology / Philosophy / West Asian Studies under Part III and with 45 % marks in aggregate.
7. The following Documents should be produced at the time of interview, in original
1. SSLC Book.
2. T.C. and Conduct Certificate from the institution last attended.
3. Degree and PG Degree Certificate and Mark List.
4. Certificates of Income, Community, Nativity whatever necessary.
5. Experience certificates counter signed by the competent authority.
6. Two Passport size photos.
7. Degree holders of other universities should produce eligibility certificate obtained from Calicut University.