B.ed(bachelor of education)

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) is a 2 year undergraduate teaching program that enables you to pursue a career in teaching and other related fields. This course can also be commonly known as Bachelor of Training or ShikshaShastri.

You can clear this degree within a maximum time span of 5 years. It covers subjects like holistic education, psychology, guidance and counselling and others.

B.Ed course is basically a teaching program that one can opt only after their graduation. This course is preferably suitable for those who are willing to pursue their career in teaching line. This course can be pursued through correspondence too and it is necessary for teaching at secondary and higher secondary standards.

This is also a viable option for you if you wish to go for M.Ed to get higher expertise. This 2 year program is usually divided into 4 semesters.

One with an aggregate of 50-55% in 10+2 from a recognised university or board is eligible for this course. There are a number of entrance tests for admission in Bachelor of Education course say, IPU CET, BHU UET, DU B.ED and others.

B.Ed Eligibility

Qualification required to get eligible for Bachelors of Education is to possess an aggregate of 50-55% in your 10+2 from a recognized board or university or you have to clear the entrance exam.
For B.Ed admissions there is no age bar. The pass percentage for B.Ed admission may vary from college to college.

Course Level Bachelor's Degree
Full Form Bachelor of Education
Duration 2 years
Eligibility 50-55% marks in graduation degree
Specializations B.Ed (Accounts), B.Ed (English), B.Ed (Maths), B.Ed (Sanskrit) and others
Career Prospects Counsellor, Teacher, Consultant, Education researcher, Content writer and others


Semester I
  • Childhood and Growing up
  • Contemporary India and Education
  • Language across the Curriculum
  • Understanding ICT and the Self
  • Communication skills – Theory
Semester II
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Knowledge and Curriculum
  • Assessment For Learning
Semester III
  • Engagement with the Field Tasks
  • Creating an inclusive school
  • Health, Yoga and Physical Education
  • Understanding its applications
Semester IV
  • Gender, School and Society
  • Reading and Reflecting on Texts
  • Arts in Education