B.Ed registration concludes with 30,000 applicants in MP

B.Ed registration concludes with 30,000 applicants in MP

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Online registration and document verification for B.Ed and other NCTE affiliated programme has been concluded on Friday with around 30,000 registrations. Out of this around 24,000 candidates have filled their college choice and 25,000 applicants verified their documents. Registration was closed on August 5 while document verification process ended on August 6. 

After preparing the  merit list of applicants, Department of Higher Education (DHE) will be allotting seats on August 14. Eligible candidates will be asked to confirm their admission on allotted seats by August 18 with fee submission. Detail admission guidelines have been already released by DHE. 

After witnessing vacant seats, further registration round will be held by DHE. Though registration is free but students will be paying Rs 100 as portal  charges. 

According to DHE there are 758 B.Ed colleges offering around 70,000 seats across State. Students can make their registration to participate online admission process from mobile phone or computer at home. They need not to visit any centre or help desk physically. Documents will be verified in only mode only. After verifying documents, seats will be allotted to the applicants as per merit list. Students will be asked to upload scanned copy of documents for further verification. DHE has assigned help centres in colleges where students can appear for any kind of problem or help. There are also helpline numbers released by DHE for virtual help. 

There will be three admission rounds to fill up 70,000 seats. Officials of Higher Education Department said that latest trend in B.Ed programme shows increase in its demand. As every year around 90 per cent B.Ed seats remain full in colleges, this year colleges expecting to fill up entire seats. 

While during year 2019, 87.06 percent seats were full in colleges, during year 2020, 93.46 per cent seats were filled.  
 

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