DU B.Ed 2019
University of Delhi organizes B.Ed Entrance Exam annually for admission to various B.Ed colleges under Delhi University. DU B.Ed exam cover questions from reasoning skills, language skills and teaching aptitude tests. The candidate who score 65 % or more in the written examination will get a good chance of receiving call for the next level of selection or interview. Next level is strictly based on the communication skills otherwise the interview may not yield positive result.
DU B.Ed course will give the candidate knowledge on teaching method and different aspects related with teaching. The University gives admission to the student in different colleges affiliated with Delhi University.
Qualification Details of DU B.Ed Entrance Exam
If you’ve desire of getting admission to B. Ed programe offered by Delhi University then you must qualify the entrance test conducted for the same. Before appearing in the test, it is must to know about their exam pattern and syllabus as without it you can’t prepare for the test in a right direction.
DU B.Ed Exam Pattern 2019
This exam has got two sections. The first section will be an objective type exam and there will be 3 papers. Bilingual Language Comprehension and Mathematical Thinking & Reasoning papers will carry 30 marks each and maximum time allowed for these papers will be 40 minutes. Subject Knowledge paper will carry 40 marks and time duration for this paper will be 50 minutes.
The second section will be of descriptive type and the maximum time duration for this paper will be 20 minutes. This section has two parts which are compulsory and carry 10 marks each. The candidates need to score 65% marks to qualify in this exam. Those who qualify in the test have to attend an interview which is the final screening process before admission.
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|Section||Content||Type & Medium||Marks|
|A||General Awareness and Teaching Aptitude||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||30|
|B||Reasoning||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||20|
|C||Subject Knowledge up to class X||Multiple-choice English or Hindi||30|
|D||Language Proficiency (in English and Hindi)||Multiple-choice English and Hindi||10+10 = 20|
Section A – General Knowledge and Teaching Aptitude: This section will contain questions that would test the candidate’s general knowledge and awareness of social, political, environmental and economic issues. The section will also contain questions to examine the perspective and analysis of and responses to teaching – learning situations.
Section B – Reasoning: This section will assess the mathematical, logical and verbal reasoning abilities. It will also assess candidate’s abilities to analyze and interpret data and find solutions to problematic situations.
Section C – Subject Knowledge up to Class X: This section will contain questions based on understanding and application of concepts in Science, social science and mathematics up to secondary level.
Section D – Language Proficiency: This section will assess comprehension in both English and Hindi.
Part A consists of General awareness, reasoning and language comprehension (compulsory for all candidates). This section would include areas to assess abilities of the candidates such as reasoning (mathematical, inductive & deductive), identifying and understanding the relationship among various elements, decision making, data analysis, interpretation. Items in the fields of education, national and international affairs, etc. would also be included in this section to assess their understanding in these areas also. Further, a passage would also be included in this section based on which a few objective type questions will be asked to assess the candidate’s language comprehension.
Part A (1 mark each)
Part B (20 marks)
B2 of the entrance test will assess the candidate’s teaching aptitude and their chosen subjects understanding. Aspirants have to choose any of the following subjects depending on their specialization.
Interview is carried out to check the following skills of the candidate:
|Teaching Aptitude Syllabus||Hindi and English Comprehension Syllabus||Reasoning Syllabus||General Awareness Syllabus|
|Interpersonal relations||Vocabulary||Decision making||Environmental awareness|
|Social maturity||Comprehension||Principles of series||Indian history|
|Learner’s characteristics||Functional grammar||Principle of classification||India and its natural resources|
|Factors affecting teaching||Sentence structures||Cube pyramid games||General geography|
|Methods of teaching||Mental ability||Analytical reasoning||Geography of India|
|Teaching aids||–||Syllogism||Indian Polity|
|Evaluation system||Force in arguments||Indian Economy|
|Practice exercises||Imagination||General Science|
|Leadership||Judgement||Great Indian Personalities|
|Communication||Drawing inferences||Current affairs of National and International|