Statutes Governing B.Ed Examination

  • The course for the bachelor of Education extend over a period of one academic year.  Admission to the course start on 1st September, every year and complete by October 30th
  • Vacations are observed according to UGC norms-
  •  The annual examination for the degree of Bachelor of Education is held every year in August or as may be fixed by the Vice Chancellor /Controller Exams.
  • The exact date for the Final Practice of Teaching examination is notified by the Controller of Examination in consultation with Principal of the college.


The Examination is open to:-
Any person who-
Has been on the rolls of an affiliated/constituent college for academic year.
Has his name submitted to the Controller of Examinations by the Principal of the college
Produces the following certificates signed by the Principal of the college

(a) Of good conduct and character
(b) Of  having completed 75% of attendance in each subject.

Provides that any candidate who participated in inter-University sports tournament or NSS may for purpose of condoning deficiency in attendance incurred by him for such participation be treated as present during his/her absence on this account for a period not exceeding 15 working days in an academic year.
Provided further that principal of the college shall have the authority to condone shortage upto 5 lectures in one or more subjects in exceptional cases only.  Students falling short of the required number of attendance beyond 5 lectures and those whose deficiency is not condoned by the Principal under the authority vested in him/her by the statute, shall not be permitted to appear in the annual examination, but shall be permitted to appear in biannual / supplementary examination.
Provided that they remain on the rolls of the constituent college as regular student and attend 75% of the lectures delivered from the date of next classification or the date on which they have joined, whichever is earlier, upto the commencement of the biannual /supplementary examination.,
Provided further that the number of lectures they attend is not less than the number by which they fell short in the paper/papers.
Provided also that no condonation whatsoever shall be allowed for deficiency in lectures for admission to the biannual/supplementary examination.


Shri Alok Kumar (IRS)

Principal Secretary to Govt, Higher Education Department.

Prof. Aekta Gupta.

Principal, Govt. College of Edu, Jammu.