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Updated on January 30, 2014
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Teacher training in karnataka

  1. Karnataka is a big state in India. It is in south India. It has six crore population.
  2. Since independence, it had only 71 teacher training colleges (B.Ed Colleges)to train secondary school teachers in this state.That means, there was control of state govt. & central govt. on opening such colleges.
  3. But , in 2003 Indian govt. took a decision to liberalize higher education by permitting all those private managements to open higher education institutions, like medical, engineering , and teacher training colleges,(of course, through proper agencies) if they fulfill the norms prescribed by concerned autonomous agencies set up by central government.
  4. In India , A body called 'National council for Teacher Education' is the key body to decide whether permission is to be given to a particular management to open a teacher training college, or not. It has a southern regional office at Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka,to look after such applications in five southern states in India.
  5. This body, after sending visiting teams to all such places from where it had received applications for permission to open fresh B.Ed colleges,permitted the opening of about 230 B.Ed colleges in Karnataka.By this , total number of B.Ed colleges jumped up from 71 to 300 instantly.It happened in December 2003.
  6. That means , It had taken almost 50 years to have 71 B.Ed colleges in the state. But in only one year, the number was increased by four times.
  7. The bad effect is being experienced within three years. Each college has an intake capacity of 100. That means ,totally about 3,00,00 graduates are necessary to fill these colleges and make them run economically. But such number is not emerging from the colleges in the state. Out of state students are also not coming because, they also have enough number of such colleges.
  8. The managements have spent more than 50 lakhs of rupees per college. Annual recurring expenditure ( if salary according to govt. rules is paid)will be about 15 lakhs of rupees.(1 u.s. dollar =46 rupees)State govt has permitted to collect rs. 38000-00 per student who comes to take admission under management quota seats.But nobody is coming forward to take seat by paying such fees. They are asking for admission at lesser fee like rs.15,000 or ,20,000. Even at that rate , seats are not getting filled.
  9. State govt. has reserved 50% of seats in each college to be allotted to merited students for a lesser fee of rs.10,000.But in about 50% of the colleges, it has been able to allot so many students!
  10. now the condition has become so pathetic that-

(a) Managements can not close the colleges because of unemployment to already employed people , & wastage of invested funds.

(b)They have to allow bad activities to attract students.

(c) They have to keep low- paid staff or part-time staff.

11 As a result of all this, the quality of teacher-education is deteriorating.

12 This is the condition of teacher-education in many parts of India since just two years.

13 But this can not continue for long. Within two years, only those managements, who can pool funds from other sources and run institutions qualitatively , will survive & others will close down.

14. Six months after publishing this hub, now there is the news that-about twenty colleges have intimated the department not to allot government seats as they are going to close down their colleges.

15. It has been found out by the examination committee that nearly 17 colleges in Bangalore university jurisdiction alone have conducted practical exams without getting approval from the university for their time-table and panel of examiners.

16 Modification in paras 14 and 15 effected on 13-11-2007.

Note added on 30January,2014

Recently, some strict measures are being taken bysome universities. Bengaluru University has cancelled permission to 7 B.Ed colleges. Tumkur University has cancelled permission to 9 colleges as per the direction of NCTE


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      SunSeven 9 years ago from Singapore / India

      Hi Prasad. A Well written article. Thanks for sharing. But one thing I do not understand. How come this article has been labeled as adult(mature content)?

      And of course, I reply to my mails!

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 9 years ago from Tumkur

      Following your suggestion, I have removed "matured "tag now. Is it alright?

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      kim 9 years ago

      Hey Prasad! Your article is useful but for whom !!!

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 9 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Kim ,

      My said article is meant for those who are interested in the good going of teacher education

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      rakesh 8 years ago

      hi prasad i m searching for teachers training college in bangalore can u suggest me a few with good facilities and wat is the qualification reqired to do a techers training and get me the adress of the colleges in bangalore ................

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 8 years ago from Tumkur

      Mr Rakesh,

      Eligebility qualifications to join B.Ed are-50% marks, in aggregate in degree exam.Good colleges in bangalore are-

      1 R.V.Teachers' College, Jayanagar, bangalore-12

      2 Sarvagna College of Education, Vijayana gar, Bangalore,

      3 M.E.S.College of EDucation, #rd Block, Malleshwaram, Bangalore-3

      If you wish to be little away from the busy life of Bangalore, You can join my college which is just 70 K.Ms away from Bangalore.Fee=Rs.35.000/-

      Please remember that such enquiries have to be made with all modesty and by giving e-mail address

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      Sruti 8 years ago

      I was looking for any articale regarding the after effects and advantages of Liberlisation of Education in India as such can you suggest something...?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 8 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Sruthi,

      This has done both positive and negetive effeects.

      Positive effects:

      1.Higher education has become cheaper and nearrer to home

      2 Monopoly of few institutions and managements, has gone.

      Bad effects:

      !.People have started higher educational institutions with the ambition that they can make money, or atleast,institutions can manage themselves. But now there are no takers for management seats. EVen government seats whaich are to be allotted on merit and reservztion basis have remained in excess. this has happened in Engineering and education.Even nurasing ciourses are not being asked this year.

      2 This has resulted in following effects:

      a) managents are struggling to maintain colleges. They are telling staff to bring students.

      b) They are cutting down staff. i.e. they are pushing with only part-time staff.

      c) staff is much under-paid.

      d) Infrastructure is now being withdrawn. To cite my own example,my management has closed language-laboratory in order to provide space to another course.

      e) colleges are unofficially closed. For eg- In Bangalore alone about 30 B.Ed colleges are unofficially closed. i.e. they get only 20-30 students. 2-3 such colleges combine students and teach.

      f) Unfair practices have stated in professdionaL COLLEGES. They give attendence to students eventhough they do not attend colleges, permit mal-practice in exams, etc.

      I think this is enough for time being.

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      Sindhu.C.S 8 years ago

      Hello Prasad ,

      I have a BE degree in computer science.( BMS College) . I worked in corporate for about 5.5 years. I always wanted to teach and love maths. Since you have lots of experience could you please guide me as to how to go about doing this? Do I have to take some courses etc? I would prefer distant learning since I have a small baby to take care of. Please guide me.Waiting for your reply.

      Sindhu

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 8 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear ma'm,

      only B.A. and B.Sc graduates are allowed to take B.Ed course.On completing B.Ed course, you can become a high school techer.As you have not done these courses, you can not take B.Ed.But as you have done p.u.c.,you can take D.Ed course, which enables you take up teching at higher primary schools.

              Good maths and science teachers are the need of the day.In my experience, I have seen good maths teachers with a bed heart.So, people like you with simple and sobre character help much to shape younger minds.

      But the remuneration for teachers is very less when compared to your earning as an engineer.

         I think you can become teacher in another way.You can finish M.E and take up teacher's job in an engineering college.Noew a days, evening classes are also there.

      But if your interest is to teach little children. then, what i have suggested above is the best method.

              If you wish to tech in your leisure time, just for the enjoyment of teaching, and being with little hearts, then no such qualification is necessery.You can just convey you such willingness and take up the sparetime teaching job in  a school near to your home.

        For other information, you can write to me at prasadjain@sancharnet.in

      with good wishes

      Dr.S.P.Padmaprasad 

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      subash 8 years ago

      hello sir this is subash i have completed B.A (maths ) maths was not my honours ,it was main subject . i want to higher study in maths , can u suggest me about this. using maths can i earn more if it is yes plz tell me the way

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 8 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr. Subhash,

      Doing B.Ed is fully necessery to get the teacher's job. Maths teachers are in high demand.Definetely you can earn much. But you should be thorough in the subject.

      B.Ed helps you to become teacher in a secondary school. After doinbg it, you can proceed for M.Sc in Maths. Now a days, external courses are also available in msaths M.Sc.M.Sc helps you to get a job in colleges.

      You can earn much in tuitions.

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      Vadiraj Kulkarni 7 years ago

      Hi Prasad,

      This is Vadiraj kulkarni, I completed my B-com Graduation & also working in TCS BPO.Currently I am doing the MBA in ICFAI University(HRM & Finance).It's the

      first semester still it has the time to complete yet another two years.

      I AM VERY VERY MUCH INTERESTED IN TEACHING FIELD.PLEASE SUGGEST ME

      AFTER DOING THIS MBA IN EXTERNAL, WHERE TO APPLY & HOW TO GET THE

      JOBS IN LECTURER, AND ALSO WHEN THE NET(NATIONAL ENTRANCE TESTS) WILL BE HELD FOR COMMERCE STUDENTS IN BANGALORE.

      PLEASE GIVE YOUR MAIL ID & CONTACT NUMBER SO THAT I AM ABLE TO CLARIFY

      MY ALL DOUBTS.ITS A HUMBER REQUEST.AND

      PLEASE SEND ME A ATLEAST HI TO MAIL ID SO THAT I M GOING TO TOUCH WITH YOUR MAIL.

      MY MAIL ID IS V.vipkul@gmail.com

      Thanks

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      ramesh  7 years ago

      Dear sir,

      i am pursuing BE(EC) final year but it seems that i cant get offer,so i want to do DED,AM I eligible for that? I am asking it because ,kseeb website and others says:Any courses like High School(S.S.L.C.), or P.U.C. level Diploma or any other job oriented course passed students are not eligible for D.Ed course.so ,is it BE job oriented course?am i eligible,my mail id ,rameshnkati@gmail.com.waiting for reply........

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 7 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr. Ramesh,

      You complete your hard, expensive engineering course, as you are in the final year.You have already put in much time and money for it. There is every chance you get a job after that, or, you can do something on your own.

      After completing engineering also you can join D.Ed course,on the basis of your p.u.c.(Not SSLC) marks. For that, you have to take entrance test organised by 'Central Admission Cell'. Examination willbe conducted in all dist. centres in the state.This you have to take only if you are keen on getting a govt. seat(fee-Rs.11,000).But if you are not keen about management seatand ready for management seat(Feee will be about 35% more than that of govt.seat), you need not take enterance exam.You can directly book a management seat in any D.Ed college.

      D.Ed is a two year course and ,a t the begining , you may get about 7000/- salary according to govt.scale.But, if you do not get a govt job and work in a private school you may get a far lesser salary.

      I suggest you to keenly observe and grab chances in your engineering carreer only.You cannot get a seat for B.Ed.

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      KANIMOZHI 7 years ago

      RESULT

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 7 years ago from Tumkur

      Kanimozhi's comment appears to be incomplete.If it is a question about the result of such 'liberalisation', ,y answer is -'result is- the deterioration of teacher education'.

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      Thamanna 6 years ago

      hiii....i have just finished my puc(commerce).. and i would like to take up teaching courses...so which course should i take?? and can u suggest few good colleges of this stream in mysore???reply needed real soon............

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      hiii Thammanna,

      Commerce candidates are not admitted to teachers' traibning courses.After P>U>C D.Ed is the choice open to get teacher's training.But in karnataka,those candidates atre not admitted as commerce is not a school subject.

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      Thamanna 6 years ago

      r u real sure about that,,, that a comerce cant take b.ed even for languages???????????

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      ndhra and Kerala are allowing commerce people to undertake this training.But not in Karnataka.

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      manasi 6 years ago

      Sir,

      I have completed my BA with 41% (through distance edu in Bangalore University 3yrs). I wanted to know whether i am eligible for B.Ed course in any of the colleges in Bangalore. Is entrance exam compulsory? can I join through management seats. I am worried please help me

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      Raghu 6 years ago

      Dear sir,

      I'm an software engineer in gud MNC.it was my dream to open a school or college in karnataka along with my interestd friends.could u plz tel me what are al the requirements neede to open D.Ed college in karnataka..according to government rules.

      waiting for your feedback..

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      Apporva 6 years ago

      Dear Sir,

      Can you please tell me what is the starting salary for a government primary teacher.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      Answers:

      1. Mrs/Miss Manasi,

      only physically handicapped candidates can get a seat for 40%,not others.

      2.Mr. Raghu,

      While I appreciate your interest in teacher education, I advise you not to start a D.Ed college as the existing colleges are not getting even necessery candidates and managements are trying hard to make both ends meet. Even colleges with good infrastructure are not getting seats. Better you start a good school in a rural area.

      3Miss Apoorva,

      starting salary for a primary school teacher in Karnataka according to govt. scale is around Rs.7000/.

      A high school teacher gets around 10,000/-

      Thanks to you all. Excuse me for not replaying early.

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      ravi 6 years ago

      Sir,

      I inquired about the B.Ed course (under management quota) that is going to start from January 2011 in two of the colleges near to my locality (kr puram). The colleges i inquired are 1. New Horizon College of Education (Indiranagar) 2.MVJ College of Education (Marathahalli). MVJ College looks affordable when it comes to fee. But i don't know whether it falls under 'one of the good b.ed colleges in bangalore' category or not. Please let me know if you know any details about the college. Or else please let me know few more good colleges (where classes will be conducted regularly and without any history of malpractice or irregularities) apart from the 3 listed in your earlier post. Also please suggest is it advisable to pay more amount (more than double the amount) to join colleges like New Horizon or any other similar branded colleges. Is there any added advantage. Or is it advisable to join any affordable (and good) college and finish the course. Does the college where we do B.Ed play any major role while looking out for jobs. Please clarify my questions soon.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      Mr.Ravi.

      Fee fixed by govt.for management seats in an unaided B.Ed college is Rs.38,000/-.But, due to heavy competition among colleges, no college is getting that fee from students.They are offering for lesser fee.

      I know anout both the colleges mentioned by you. MVJ college had improved itself from the year 2000-01.Earlier the administration was not so good.New horizon college is good from the begining.Dr.Ambedkar college in Kurubarahalli is another good college.But it may be far from your place.(that is an aided college).You can join either of the colleges.But in my opinion,New Horizon is better, eventhough it is bit costly.

      Job doesn't depend on from which college you pass B.Ed(though private schools concider that point also, For govt.Jobs, that is not the criteria).It is how you master the skill of teaching,and how you score in teachers' selection exam,that counts.GOOD LUCK.

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      ravi 6 years ago

      Sir,

      Unfortunately when i was so excited about taking up the admission for B.Ed i come to know that i am not eligible for B.Ed with .3 percent. My aggregate score when calculated is 49.7. I did my B.A (hons) English from Calcutta University (and M.A as well) where only the main paper (honours) is considered to calculate whether we scored 60% or 50% and will award 1st class or 2nd class depending on that. In that way i was under the impression that i was eligible as i scored above 50% in honours. And unfortunately the aggregate of all the subjects including optionals has made my B.Ed dreams disappear (atleast through Bangalore University in regular mode). I think that "50% in aggregate" rule is so unfair especially when there are many differences in awarding the scores between university to university and between course to course (like arts to science). Atleast they should consider the candidate's highest degree's (Post Grad.) percentage.

      Now i am thinking of doing B.Ed through correspondence (IGNOU or KSOU) but that requires teaching experience of 2 years. Please let me know will the schools consider a candidate's profile without a B.Ed. Or my Post Grad. qualification is enough to try searching out for teaching jobs? And please let me know which is the better approach to search for teaching jobs. Is it better to visit the schools in person with profile Or post the resume in any job search website and wait for the calls. Please give me your valuable suggestions for the job search without B.Ed but with a degree and post grad. degree.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr.Ravi,

      Don't loose hopes. There are many ways to live. When God closes one door, he opens another.

      1. You can try to get a job in Junior colleges(teaching to pre- university classes),where, B.Ed is not mandatory,but M.A.Is a must.There is great demand for English M.A. graduates.You can also try to get teaching job in gulf countries.They require graduates.For schools, B.Ed is a must.But CBSE pattern schools sometimes temporarily appoint non-B.Ed graduates, if they are good in English, even though they are not B.Ed holders. That dependes on necessity.

      2.Scheduled caste and scheduled tribe students and physically handicapped sts.can be admitted to B.Ed, even if they are 45%

      3. If you join a junior college, then after 2 years, you can do B.Ed through KSOU or IGNOU

      4 To get jobs, you should try both ways. Register your name in websites like www.naukri.com and also approach schools with your profile.

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      ravi 6 years ago

      Thank you so much for the reply. Your info is much helpful. Thanks

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      vinod sharma 6 years ago

      I an just 12th pass from commerce stream and I have also completed my equivalent graduate exam with 50% from Hindi Rastrabhasha Prachar Samity,Vardha , Maharastra.

      I do also have 3 years experience in teaching math and science ( english medium )at one of the ICSE board affiliatd school in gujarat. Can I appear for the enterance exam.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr.Sharma,

      if your degree is in Hindi, you can join Hindi B.Ed course which will run in Hindi medium. There are such colleges in almost every part of Karnataka.Commerce is not allowed for B.Ed admission.

      You can approach some B.Ed colleges which have Hindi as one of teaching methodology subjects.New horizon college at Bangalore, Krishna college at Tumkur , are some such examples. But you should show clear proof that the exam you have passed is equalent to degree.

      Another way is also there. As you have 3 years experience, you can do B.Ed as external candidate.IGNOU, Karnataka state open university, provide such courses. You an do these courses while earning elsewhere.

      If you can meet any person who has applied for govt. B.Ed seat, he can give the prospectus book.That has the list and adresses of all B.Ed colleges in the state. The list also shows whether Hindi method is available there or not.If you cannot get such a person, you visit 'Central Admission cell' (CAC) opposite to Kaveri Bhavan on Kempegowda road, Bangalore, and ask them to give alist of BedColleges in the state.

      However, now, the allotment of Govt.seats is over. You can try for mnagement seats only.

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      Sushma 6 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      I have done my Master's in Chemistry from University of Mysore. I am working in Bangalore in a bioinformatics company. But i have to shift to Mysore after my marriage as my fiancee is working in Mysore. So, i want to do my B.Ed. How can i do B.Ed. Is there any correspondence courses as the regualar course fee will be very high.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 6 years ago from Tumkur

      Sister Sushma,

      Karnataka State Open University(KSOU) about which you must have definetely heard, runs external courses in B.Ed.It is a two years course.But you have to produce a certificate taht you have worked for three years after your degree(B.Sc) at some school. That certificate should be countersigned by concerned DDPI.

      You need not take that much patience.Book a management seat at some college in Mysore city nearer to your home( you can get seat at competetive rate, say-16,000 to 22,000) and finish course in 10 months. Next academic year commences from January.

      You can also try government seat, by taking common entrance exam in August.You will surely get a seat. But may not be in the college convenient to you. The difference in fees will be much less.It will be only about 5,000/-

      Let your fiancee bear the expences...ha..ha...ha...

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      pavaman 5 years ago

      dear sir,

      right now iam doing M.com final year, iam interested in teaching field, whether iam eligible to apply for pu college lecturer(govt posts). please suggest me in this regard.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes, after completing your M.Com with atleast 55% of marks, you will be eligible to apply for PU college lecturer's post.But, some state governments are recently insisting on b.Ed degree for PU college lecturers also.The idea behind this is- to force lecturers to have a systematic knowledge of theory and practice of the function called education. So, if you have time, you can enroll for B.Ed after your M.Com. But only some universities are admitting commerce students to B.Ed course.

      Another thing you can think of is- to take UGC or SLET exam, to enable yourself to get appointment in degree colleges. That is essential. You have to work hard, to get through that.

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      sandhya 5 years ago

      Dear sir ,

      I have done my Bed(pcm) in bangalore university and am seriously want to work in govt sector .I came to know that if we work in aided schools for a couple of years we will be directly recruited to govt jobs pls let me know the details .

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      No, that is wrong information. No such provision is there in recruitment rules.

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      Anil Savur 5 years ago

      Prasad Sir,

      Please can you please inform the pay scale of CBSE primary & secondary school teachers and rate of DA payable according to Govt. rate?

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      Syed 5 years ago

      Hi,

      could you pl tell me which are the universities which admit commerce(m.com) students to b.ed course in karnataka,specifically bangalore?

      thanks

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Hi,

      Bangalore university is not admitting commerce students to B.Ed course. Mysore univ. admitted once.But there was objection. So, it has to be ascertained whether they still admit commerce students or not.Prhaps they are not.

      Some universities in Kerala are admitting commerce students for B.Ed.IGNOU ,also, it seems to be admitting those students for its External B.Ed course. But there are certain other restrictions.

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      Priya 5 years ago

      Dear sir, I did my BA through KSOU mysore and joined for B.Ed in a regular college, i hav not done my PUC, can i do M.Ed in a regular college. pls reply..

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes,You can. Even that could be done through correspondence course.

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      priya 5 years ago

      thanks a lot sir

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      latha 5 years ago

      Sir,

      What could be the fate of B.Ed and D.Ed colleges especially in Bangalore in the years to come? Is there any possibility of turning all or many of these be turned into in-service institutions? What can we fore see with this trend of choice towards teacher education. I also noticed there are very few students with science background. Please let me know.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Latha,

      The fate of B.Ed colleges is very clear as the writing on the wall.Many managements ambitiously opened B.Ed/D.ed colleges without thinking from where can they get students.in 2005, according to Bangalore University list,there were 107 B.Ed colleges. i visited some colleges as the member of Coordination board member then.But now at least 20 are unofficially closed.There are colleges which are getting only 10-20 students.Hence,though officially,many collegesa re there,properly functioning colleges are less than 50 in Bangalore university area.2-3 colleges combine together their students and run the classes.

      The position is-there are more givers than takers.Less graduates are coming out,than there are number of seats.

      Ultimately,only those,who wait with patience, maintaining quality,will survive.Many D.ED colleges are going to close this year,following the dearth of students

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      Prasanta 5 years ago

      Hi Mr. Prasad,

      Could you please help me by letting me know some of the approved bed college in Bangalore where I can take direct admission(may be under management quota). Academically I have 50% aggregate marks.

      Thanks for your cooperation.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Prasanta,

      majority of colleges are approved ones.But some have good facilities and stafff. Some are below:

      1.MES college of Education,2nd block,Rajaji Nagar,Bangalore

      2.Basaveshwara College of Education,@nd block,Rajaji Nagar,Bangalore

      3 Dr.Ambedkar College of Education,Kurubarahalli,Bang..

      4. R.V.Teachers college,@ nd block,Jayanagar,Bang...

      5. Vijaya teahers college,Lalbagh road,Bang..

      6 Al-Ameen college of Edn,Near Lal bagh front gate,Bang..etc

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      Prem 5 years ago

      Dear sir

      Please tell what is the admission time of private

      B.ED colleges.

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      Shiju 5 years ago

      Dear sir,I am completed my BSc.Physics(58%) and MSc.Computer Science(77%).After that i worked as a Teacher in different schools.I have seven year experience as a computer and science teacher,I don't have B-Ed degree,is it possible for me to do the B-Ed?because now a days most of the schools need the B-Ed.I would like to do the part time B-Ed,in banglore any institution providing part time B-Ed?What about the duration and fees?Please kindly give the reply to my message.

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      Shiju 5 years ago

      Sir,How the part-time B-Ed admission procedure?there have any entrance test for that?When the admission is starting?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Mr.Prem,

      It is now proper time to seek admission to B.Ed course.

      Mr.Shiju, You can do B.Ed taking Physics and Maths or Chemistry,or English as special subjects.External b.ED courses are available for only those who are working as regular teachers. You just approach a nearby good B.Ed college. You will get admission.

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      naveen 5 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      Please let me know the prospects of doing B.Ed (English) through RIE (Regional Institute of English, Bangalore). Will it be any different from doing regular B.Ed from any other college. Is it worth doing B.Ed from RIE? Currently i am working as a teacher in a private school. Please guide me in choosing from the following options of doing B.Ed: RIE or IGNOU ?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Mr.Naveen,

      RIE at Bangalore is a prestigious institution. But i do not know whether they are running B.Ed courses. they are running courses related to English language, literature, speech, etc. If they are running B.Ed course, you can definetely join it. On the otherhand,Regional College of Education(RCE) Mysore is running prestigious B.ED courses. IGNOU is conducting only External courses. Doing B.Ed regularly is much better.

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      jasmin 5 years ago

      I've finished my Bsc( biotechnology ,zoology,chemistry )and MSc in biochemistry , I'm willing to do B Ed can u suggest me good colleges under Bangalore university and autonomous category .can v do M Ed after Bsc ?will i b able to teach for Bsc students ? wen does the admission procedure start ?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Ms.Jasmin,

      1. B.Ed is a course meant for persons who wish to become high school teachers.But now governments are taking steps to make b.Ed compulsory for Junior college lecturers also.So,it is better to do B.ED if you can spare 10 months.

      2. You can join B.Ed and take biological science and Chemistry as your teaching methods.

      3 After completing B.Ed, you can do M.Ed.That qualification is required to become a lecturer in B.Ed colleges.

      4. There are many good B.ed colleges in Bangalore city area.Some of them are the following:

      a) M.E.S. College of Education, 2nd block,Rajaji Nagar

      b) Dr.Ambedkar Memorial college of Education, kurubarahally(after Basaveshwar Nagar)Bangalore

      c) K.T.S.V. College of Education, 3rd block, Rajaji nagar,

      d)R.V.Teachers College,Jayanagar 2nd block

      e)Christ College of Education, Near Bangalore Dairy, Hosur Road, Bangalore

      If you visit any B.ED college there, you can get the list of B.ED colleges there. you can select. but the colleges mentioned in the above list, especially first four, are renowned colleges.

      Apart from these, Vijaya College and Al-Ameen college are also good. Address is given above

      Wish you Best of Luck.

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      Mangala 5 years ago

      Dear sir

      I have compleated B.com

      I am very interesting to study the B.ED Course,

      it is possible, please send the procedure

      very interesting to teach the lesson child.

      please sir send the details

      mangaladharma.vish@gmail.com

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Presently, there is no provision to study B.Ed for b.Com students. Reason is, commerce is not a school subject.But you can take up D.Ed training on your P.U.C. qualification basis. Then you can become Primary school teacher.In Kerala, there is provision for B.Com graduates to undergo b.Ed training.

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      archana 5 years ago

      please provid me the details of mysore and bangalore b.ed colleges hindi language.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      There are about 3 Hindi B.Ed colleges in Mysore and about 8 in Bangalore.The details are not available in Govt. B.Ed seats application forms book, as no B.Ed seats are allotted to them from Govt.

      I would like to suggest you to join normal B.Ed course,with Hindi as one of the methods. but for this, you must be a normal graduate, with 50% marks.If you are only a Rashtrabhasha Visharada, you cannot get seat in normal b.Ed colleges.

      You can also get the details from "Secretery, Mysore Hindi Prachara Parishat , Shankarapuram, Bangalore-4" about B.ED colleges in Hindi medium.

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      shital22 5 years ago

      Dear Sir, I completed my B.Sc with subjects(Chemistry,Botany,Zoology) so sir Plz suggest me Good Aided college for B.Ed in Banglore near Basveshwaranagar and Sir Plz give me some idea about the subjets which are good for future.Sir ur Guidance will be very helpfull for me.

      Kindly awaiting for your Reply.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr. Shital,

      These two colleges are near your area.

      1.Dr.Ambedkar College of Education,Kurubarahally

      2. M.E.S. College of Education,2nd Block, Rajaji Nagar,

      Apart from these two, Basaveshwara college of EDucation is also there, nearby M.E.S. college itself.

      You have to take Biology and Chemistry as your methods of Teaching. Other subjects are Compulsory.

      Next Academic year starts from December, hurry up!

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      shalini 5 years ago

      Sir, I have taken admission for B.Ed course from Oxford Educational Society , JP Nagar .. I have completed B.Sc with Chemistry,Economics ,Statistics as main subjects.. which subjects will get for my B.Ed course ? I am keen on teaching economics as this is the area of my interest. Also tell me what will be the estimated pay after this course .. as I am in need of money.Please reply asap..

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Shalini,

      As you are a B.Sc graduate, you have to take,Chemistry and mathematics as your teaching methods.Apart from these, you have to study following papers compulsorily.

      1 Education in Emerging India

      2 Secondary Education in India

      3 Information and communication Technology(50 marks)

      4Methodology of Teaching Ghemictry

      5Methodology of Teaching maths 6.Ednl.Psychology

      This is for I semester. For the second semester, you have 5 papers. All details will be told to you in your college, in the begining itself.

      i think you are studying in English medium.i have written text books on Secondary Education, ICT ( for1st sem) and other books for Second sem also. they are widely appreciated by students. They are user friendly books in simple style. They are available in Sapna book stall,Gandhi Nagar, and other leading book stall, at Avenue road.They are low priced editions. You can purchase them. the publishers are -Sumukha book house, Near Toll gate circle, Magadi road, Bangalore

      You cannot tech Economics as you are not properly qualified for it. You can become a teacher in Chemistry. You have to do your M.A. in Economics,a nd then become a lecturer After passing SLET/UGC test.

      As a high school teacher you will get about 10,000/as salary if you get govt. job.Otherwise, in private schools, you may get only 6000/ rupees

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      G.krishnaveni 5 years ago

      I want to know aided bed college near yelahanka.I have completed my graduation in electronics and post graduation in english.Am i eligible for doing bed. when does admission starts? expecting your reply earlier.

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      Prachi 5 years ago

      Dear sir,

      I did B.sc and M.sc in microbiology. and now

      I want to do B.ed from M.V.J. college of education. Can you please tell me that college review. Is this college good for me?. I am very confuse.. Please give me suggetion

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Miss.Krishnaveni,

      As for as i know, there is no aided B.Ed college near Yalahanka.You need not bother whether a college is aided or not. Now a days, in both cases, you are getting seat at the almost same cost.Just see whether the college has sufficient good staff or not. In B.Ed college,One principal plus seven lecturers should be

      there. Even if one is less, it doesn't matter.Apart from Electronics, what are your other subjects in B.Sc?If it is physics or Maths, you can take B.Ed. Go and enquire in a nearby B.ED college. This is the time when new academic year starts.

      Miss, Prachi, were you sleeping all these days?For B.Ed seats, advertisement was given in news papers, applications were called, and seats are already allotted.But even now it is not late.M.V.J college is not a bad college. But New Horizon College in Indira Nagar is still better.After all, it is just ten months course. Experienced staff is there at MvJ also.There is no reason to get confused. Go ahead and do what you have to do. B.ED is not a difficult course. but you have to write much.

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      G.krishnaveni 5 years ago

      Thank you for the reply. As for my subject i had two papers maths, four papers related to physics is it o.k?.can you suggest few near by b.ed colleges(yelahanka).

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes, you have to take Physics and Maths as subjects under teaching methodology.

      i have not visited any B.ED college in Yalahanka area. you just visit and make and inquiry about it.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Additional Note:

      Four years after publishing this hub, I wish to bring to readers' mind, the developments taken place in this field.

      Unfortunately, what I had told 4 years ago, has come true. There are no sufficient applications before govt. committee, to allot 50 seats per college. One good thing Karnataka govt.has done is that,it has Brought 22 old B.ED colleges under Grant-in aid code.There by, they are kept out of danger of closing.Majority of Colleges are have not filled 100 seats i.e.their capacity.

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      HAripriya 5 years ago

      Dear Sir,

      I have plans to do my Ded but my percentage is less in +2. Please suggest me on this. I tried in many colleges but they are asking for 50% and above. Please guide me.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Haripriya,

      for neglecting your studies at +2 level, you have to suffer now. Really, while wasting time, students do not know what great thing they are wasting.Only for SC,STs and physically handicapped persons, admission to D.Ed/B.Ed will be given at 45%.If you can get such a certificate, you can get admission.

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      Prachi 5 years ago

      Thank you Sir for your quick reply. Yes sir it's very late. Actuly recently we shifted from Nagpur (Maharashtra)to Bangalore. and I did my whole education from Nagpur only..

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Is it so Prachi, then i am sorry for passing harsh comments on you. you should immediately get your migration certificate from Nagpur university. ( I know Nagpur well).Though it is not necessary at the beginning itself, They won't send it, and you will not be allowed to take exam.Inquire some nearby college, and try to get Migration certificate through friends?relatives.Best of Luck

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      praveenlal banoth 5 years ago

      sir, my brother had intermediate and he wants to do d.ed course under management. Give me suggestion which course better for him

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      prasanna 5 years ago

      Dear sir,

      I am B.com graduate and my secound langauge in puc and degree is Hindi am i elgible to do a HINDI Bed.if im not then what course i need to do a Hindi B.ed please reply and also it will be greatfull if you can provide me your number or call to my number as i am not regular person to check the updates....

      Regards,

      prasanna.

      9686282828

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      Vignesh 5 years ago

      Hey those who searching for govt jobs and bank jobs in india. Just visit the getinjob.com

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr. Bhanoth,

      Your brother can do D.ED after passing his intermediate.

      but, if he is doing inter in other state, then he has to bring his T.C. from that college, duely signed by concerned department official, before producing it here. Contact any D.ED college office and they will tell you in detail.

      Mr. Prasanna, You may not be eligible to do Hindi B.Ed.

      And, in Karnataka, B.Com graduates are not eligeble for b.Ed course.But, you can do D.Ed,that leads to become a primary school teacher.

      I cannot publish my phone number here, as i will have to receive number of calls even for petty points. If you have still problem, contact me through hubpages itself. That comes to my email box.Then i will answer you personally.

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      pammu 5 years ago

      hello sir nanage b,ed books name heele

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      I have written many books for B.ED,covering the syllabus of Tumkur and Bangalore Universities, mainly. You can ask for my books at book stalls in bangalore and Tumkur. Or, you can visit "Sumukha Book House-Toll gate circle, Magadi Road, Bangalore" and purchase books.

      By your question it is clear that, you are not attending classes. Otherwise, you would have known the tittle of books by this time.

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      Purvi M Shah 5 years ago

      Respected Sir,

      I have five years of teaching experience and currently working in private school in Kerala.I have done M.A. English from University of Madras, Chennai (regular). I have financial crisis so I cannot leave my job and do b ed. How can i do b ed through correspondence, i have no experience in working in a recognised school THen how will i do my b ed. Is there is no hope for me. Inspite of five years of teaching experience, I cannot do b ed through distance mode. Recognised schools are not offering jobs to non b ed in Kerala. What should I do?

      KIndly guide me.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Sister,

      Is not the school you are working, is a recognized school?How can they run a school without getting permission from the department? If it is a recognized one,( may be without grants,that doesn't matter,)then you can take B.ED correspondence course through any of these following universities:

      1.Karnataka open University, Manasagangotri, Mysore-570006.

      2.IGNOU- New Delhi

      3.Annamalai University(Directorate of Distance Education), Annamali Nagar,Chidambaram,Tamil Nadu.

      Many other universities also have Distance Education courses in B.ED.

      But, This type of B.ED course is usually of 2 years.( AT Annamali University it is of One year only).And you have to atend two sessions of Contact programmes of usually ten days.

      You have many doors open. Be happy. May God bless you.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Go and enquire in any book shop.Or, ask your lecturer. Without telling the university you belong to, the methods chosen by you, how can i suggest books. Most of our students are like this only. They just want a pass with very good marks, without bothering to know by reading many books. They do not listen to lectures;they do not work themselves.Or they relay on copying from other's writings and get through somehow!

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      revanasiddappa 5 years ago

      teacher job call for date inform me

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      It is not my job Mr. Revanasiddaiah.Keep observing newspapers.Your English is so bad. Improve it first.

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      Abhi 5 years ago

      Hi sir i persued BSC computers in andhra with hindi as second language now since 2 years we were in banglore now i want to do BED as hindi subject so pls tell me details sir when will BEd exam notification will be

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 5 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr.Abhi,

      You can get admission in Any B.ED college in bangalore. No problem.But you must get T.C. and Migration certificate from your original college and university. Keep it ready by September this year. B.Ed new academic year will start from October/Nov.Contact any B.ED college in Bangalore.They will give you details.

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      Mahesh 5 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      what will be the future of D.ed Colleges in the coming years, will we get students and atleast can we run the institution's at rural places which will be beneficail for remote places students.

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      Basavaraju H N 4 years ago

      sir i have done MBA with 1st class and cleared UGC NET in Management, presently working as faculty for MBA dept. my question is when we will get govt lecturing job opportunity in Karanatka, plz let me knw am i competent candidate to get govt job.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear friend,

      You are fully competent for appointment as a lecturer.But it depends on when the govt.decides to fill up the vacancies, and then you have to take a competitive exam also. Then, again, I have heard there are under dealings in terms of lacks.

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      Basavaraju H N 4 years ago

      thanks for sharing valuable information with me. i heard that in this year the karnataka govt gonna call for lecturers jobs. is it true sir ?.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      It has already called for . Last date is near.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      It has already called for Junior colleges.

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      Prashanth koppal 4 years ago

      Sir am b a digree holder but i can't select hindi as a optinal subject but i want to got a qualification in hindi b ed i am already completed ratna hindi digree from mysore hindi parishat .is there is a way to get hindi b ed distance education regarding with my qualification. I am inservice teacher so please me give the detail of universities and college adress i will be great thankful to u

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Keep in touch with Karnataka open university and Indira Gandhi national open university(IGNOU).They have the provisions.

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      Bhavya g 4 years ago

      I am a primary school teacher and ba b ed graduate .if i selected as a high school teacher through entrence exam is it my sr books and other faculties like pention are continued or not

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      If it is an application through the department, then there are chances. But if you have applied privately without informing the department, then it will not continue.If you have put in a shorter service like 5-7 years, then you need not bother. Otherwise, if you have put in long service of 15-20 years, then you will loose much in the form of pension.

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      Tara 4 years ago

      Sir,

      I have done my diploma in commercial practice (3 year course) and have experience of 12 years in industry. Now I have done B.Com. I want to do my MBA in KSOU and change my profession to teaching. I have no experience in teaching. How to get into the teaching line and to get experience simultaneously while doing my MBA, please suggest whether I can go into tutorials for teaching. Whether in tutorials they accept B.Com graduate for teaching. Please guide me.

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      Mona 4 years ago

      What is the existing state govt pay scale for pre primary and primary teachers in Karnataka?

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      vajaya nirmala 4 years ago

      sir.,

      I done BED(SOCIAL) in ANDHRA PRADESH(2010 PASS OUT) BUT I MARRIED IN KARNATAKA SINCE 7 AND HALF YEARS. CAN I WRITE TEACHERS ELGIBILITY EXAMS IN KARNATAKA PLZ PLZ REPLY ME SIR

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      MBA candidates will be selected for job taking into count from which institution they have done it.Though it is not the rule, it is the custom.

      To be a successful teacher, along with knowledge, absence of stage fear is necessary.AS you have put in 12 years of service and dealt with different kinds of people, I don't think handling of class is a difficult thing for you. To become a lecturer, Passing NET(National Education Test) is also necessary. I think it is better if you pursue for higher managerial jobs instead of teaching. If you want further details, write to me personally through hub pages. I shall answer to your email address.Good luck

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      For primary school teachers it may be starting from 4500 rupees basic.Government doesn't regularly appoints pre-primary teachers. It is left to private sector.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      If you have passed a certificate/ diploma exam in Kannada, and have ability to read, write and teach in Kannada, then You can take.

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      Prashant bedre 4 years ago

      What is the exact fee of dakhshina bharath hindi prachar sabha hindi b ed course in karnataka

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      Bavya g s 4 years ago

      Deas sir is it process of giving application to regular b ed course was started . I am a ba graduate with hindi optional .can i have a opportunity to do hindi b ed through regular b ed course

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      You have to inquire it with a Hindi b.ED college.It may be less than Rs.8000/-

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes, dear Child, you can do it definitely.You have to take Hindi and another subject under teaching methodology.Perhaps you may have to take History.( i hope you have studied it as another optional subject).Call for for B.ED next batch will be usually made in August9 after the announcement of Final degree results.But you need not wait for that. now a days Management seats are also available at a feasible rate.You may get it around Rs.18,000/- So you can approach a nearby B.ED college and inquire. But less colleges have Hindi as one of the method subject. You should collect information which college near to your town has it. Good luck

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      New batch starts in November 2012. You can join a college which has Hindi as one of the methods. it is not clear whether you want complete b.ED course in

      Hindi medium or Hindi as a subject. If you want complete course in Hindi medium, then the scope will be less. But there are Hindi B.ED colleges in Bangalore. you can join

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      Rita Kundapur 4 years ago

      Respected sir, 12 yrs back i completed Hindi shiksha snathak under DBHPS Chennai. Hindi and Social science were my methods in that but now the govt is telling it is not vallued what can i do in further?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Sister,

      Recently Karnataka government has taken the decision not to consider Hindi shikshak graduates for appointment to High schools. Reasons are two: 1) Those training courses have developed many unfair practices in conducting exams. 2) these graduates have capacity to teach in Hindi medium only.

      On the other hand, if graduates with B.Ed having Hindi as one of their method can teach another method also, in Kannada/English medium. Hence they are preferred.

      Now the only choice left to you is-to do B.Ed Taking Hindi as one of the methodology subjects. If you are already working in a private school,You can do it AS an external student,through KSOU.But then it will take two years. It is better to go to a regular college.

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      raj 4 years ago

      what is the pay scale for asst.professor in govt.engineering college for new appointment. Basic,DA,HRA,bonus details

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      It is around 40,ooo/-

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      Saraswaty 4 years ago

      Dear sir I did pg in sociologYyy with NET so whazt can I do now plz suggest me

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      shyam 4 years ago

      i want to do b.ed course in hindi medium. please let me know about the colleges in bangalore........

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      There are 3-4 colleges there. I do not have addresses. Inquire at the DIET in bangalore.You will get the address

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      mohamed shayan 4 years ago

      dear sir, i completed mcom (61%) but i am interested to do BEd if it is possible ,

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      no.You can try for that in Kerala,or through IGNOU

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      Basavaraju H N 4 years ago

      Sir i have completed MBA, UGC NET and pursuing PhD, presently working as assistant professor for some MBA college and i have plan of opening a school can u please help me out in this....i have 2 acres of land near nelamangala city i hope u know this place....sir please tel me will it work out and what are formalities we need to follow up.....not only school sir any education institute which has better potential...i need your help in this regards.....please help me sir...brubhavan@gmail.com sir this is my email ID and you can contact me in the mail also sir.....i am expecting your valuable suggestion sir....

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      You have a good idea. Meet me once. Let's see the land,study the existing institutions and the plan.

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      Nadish Kumar 4 years ago

      I have done BSc with chemistry,botany,zoology. i want to do BEd from Bangalore university. i have asked in one BEd college for admission they said you are not eligible for BEd , you should have one language subject in BSc.Please guide me regarding that .

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Have you not studied English and /or Kannada as first or second language in degree course.?You must have then you are eligible. You must have 50% marks in aggregate.Then you can be admitted.

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      Nadish Kumar 4 years ago

      I have done BSc from MJPRU Bareilly(U.P). As per university rule If are doing BSc in ZBC(zoology,botany,chemistry).you can not take language with these.So this is our university fault or Bangalore University has something different rule.Why both the university don't have same eligibility criteria.I am eligible to do BEd from Haryana Univ,Rajasthan Univ,Punjab Univ,Uttarakhand and U. P . Why not from Bangalore .

      Can you suggest

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Why should Bangalore university have such a rule? How can a person be a graduate without fairly good study of atleast two languages of his choice. How can you teach without knowing the proper usage of language? It is better if Those universities follow Bangalore University model.Or, you can do your B.Ed there itself!

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      Ananta 4 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      I have completed BSc from Utkal university, Odisha with Cemistry, Botany and zoology. I want to do B.Ed in Bangalore. I need some information about the following things:

      1) During what time of the year the admission notification published and admission happens?

      2) Do I have to apply at Bangalore university or the individual college?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 4 years ago from Tumkur

      Mr. Ananta,

      You are sligeble for B.ED from B'lore Univ.If you have 50% in your B.Sc aggrigate.

      You have to take Chemistry and Biology as your teaching methods in B.Ed course.

      You have to apply for admission to individual colleges,not to university. Bangalore university is not running any B.ED college

      Academic year for B.ED starts from November end.Applications can be submitted from August itself. Advertisements appear in July or august.

      You must get migration certificate from your original university. That takes time. So, you get it now itself.Otherwise, it will be a problem later.

      This time, Bangalore university has not permitted 55 B.ED colleges from admitting students, as they were irregular.Before selecting the college, find out from other sources that is a good collefe.

      Some good B.ED colleges in Bangalore are the following:

      1 R.V.Teachers' College,@nd block, Jayanagar.

      2 K.T.S.V. College of Education, Near Ramamndir, Rajaji Nagar,

      3 Dr.Ambedkar college of Education, Kurubarahally,

      4 M.E.S. College of Education, 2nd block, Rajaji Nagar,

      Good luck

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      Sameeksha 3 years ago

      Which is the best college in karnataka for diploma in commercial practise and what will be the fees.

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      suresh 3 years ago

      sir what is eligibility criteria for d.ed in karnataka,I am from goa

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      A pass in P. U. C. with 50% marks

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      sonali 3 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      I'm a B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering.Is D.Ed suitable for me to have a job as a teacher?if yes,then pls let me know from where in bangalore i can join the course and what will be the course fee?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Is it not much less paying when compared to your Engineering degree? You can join D.Ed and , after finishing that two year course, become a primary school teacher.You will get an initial pay of around Rs.8000/- There are about 60 D.Ed colleges in central Bangalore.

      Applications are called shortly for this coirse. Please go to the building opposite to Kaveri Bhavan ,on Kempegowda road.There is the 'Central admission cell' that receives applications for this course.Enquire there. You will get the details. Purchase a prospectus there. It contains addresses of D.Ed institutions.May god bless you

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      annapoorna joshi 3 years ago

      Hello Sir,

      I am working in a govt. primary school since last six years. I have p

      assed B. Com. and also passed hindi B.A. Now I want to do hindi B.Ed.

      I am 44 year old. please guide me.Is there any age limit to do Hindi B.Ed.( regular) for govt. servants?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear sister,

      there is no age limit to join as such.But why you want to do Hindi B.Ed only. You can join regular B.Ed, with Hindi as a subject of your methodology.You just search which B.Ed college in your area has Hindi as its method subject. If that is not there, you can even do b.Ed by correspondence course either by KSOU or by IGNOU. Doing general B.Ed has greater scope, than doing Hindi B.Ed.

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      Chetana 3 years ago

      Hello good evening sir,

      Sir i needed your valuable suggestions sir. I have completed B.Sc B.Ed M.Ed in Karnatak university Dharwad. I also secured gold medal in M.Ed and passed NET exam in Education conducted by UGC in Dec 2012. My specialization in M.Ed is Educational Technology. I m seeking for good teaching jobs in B.Ed or M.Ed colleges in Karnataka. Can you send me the name and place of good colleges sir? Hope you will do so..

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Sorry my dear sister.As for as my knowledge goes, no B.Ed college is anxious to recruit lecturers now.Many of them are on the verge of closing due to shortage of shortage of students.But you have good qualification. I appreciate your securing gold medal and a pass in the NET. It is not easy to pass NET. I advise you to try for a job in a CBSE institution,which is better than working in a B.Ed college.I also advise you to take M.Sc course (Preferablu with Physics/Stat/) which may help you to get a job.

      High school teachers' job may be called for in some months. Keep watching. May god bless you.

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      Chetana 3 years ago

      Thank u sir i have written M.Sc second year in physics waiting for my results and at present also working in aided high school sir. Thank u for your advice.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Your working in an aided high school is good and much consoling.Concentrate at your M.Sc and pass it with good score. There is every chance that you get promotion to Junior college.Rules are favourable in that regard.

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      chetana 3 years ago

      k sir thank u...

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      liza 3 years ago

      Dear Sir,

      I have completed my BCom and MBA and worked for a while. Now I would like to start teaching,preferably in schools (to be home by the time the kids come home). I was in the science stream for my plus 2 and later shifted over to commerce. I understand from the previous posts that it might not be possible for me to do a B Ed in Karnataka because of my graduation from the commerce stream. Is that still the case? If D Ed is the only option for me can you please suggest some good colleges in Bangalore that offer D Ed? Thank you.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes, in karnataka, Commerce graduates cannot go for B.Ed. But, I have heard it is possible in Kerala, as Commerce is a school subject there.Now you have two options before you.

      1. To do D.Ed here.That enables you to become only primary school teacher.There are many D.Ed colleges inBangalore.You can get the details from- 'Central Admission cell,opp.Kaveri bhavan,Kempegowda road,Bangalore' If you tell me your area, i can find the names of some colleges for you, close to that area.

      2 B.Ed may be possible by distance Education at some universities outside Karnataka,even for Commerce graduates. Even Indira Gandhi Open University seems to gives that oppurtunity.Kerala Unviersities also have that facility. Please search on the net and find out the possibilities.But, in many cases, to enroll as an external candidate, you may be required to have working experience of three years, as a teacher, in some school, and that certificate need to have the countersign of the DD{PI of the district.

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      liza 3 years ago

      Dear sir,

      Thank you for your prompt response.I stay in the marathahalli area.How does the DEd work? Does one have to choose a school subject to do the diploma in?

      I'm stuck in a vicious cycle now.When I approach schools for work they don't even accept my resume saying I have no teachers training. To do a long distance BEd I need work experience too. Then is doing a DEd my only option? How does one get into teaching in the commerce stream of plus two schools? Does one need a BEd for that too? Can you please give me your valuable advice?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear sister,

      I came to know that,Kuvempu University( Shimoga dist) and Mysore university are allowing B.Com students to do B.Ed.But is it possible for you to leave home for 9 months and do B.Ed there?

      I shall try to find out the names of D.Ed colleges in your area. Even if you ask any school teacher, he/she will be able to inform you about D.Ed colleges nearby.Whether Uttarahally is near to your area? If so, there is Dr.Ambedkar college of Education.They can tell you about the D.Ed colleges in the locality. Remind me after a week. I shall collect information.

      This is the proper time. Applications for the new academic year have not yet been called for. Keep unquring and you can join somewhere.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      This is again an information to mrs. Liza

      Tamilnad is allowing B.Com graduates for B.Ed. Se, whether any B.Ed college is there at Hosur,near Bangalore. B.Ed colleges now allow some some concession in attendance. Andhra, And Kerala also allow commerce graduates to enter B.Ed.Please enquire.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      It seems i have answered your this question. You have to take a school subject as your method for D.Ed too.Byt you can take.

      Now, many B.Ed colleges in Bangalore are closed from this year. Applications are called called online. Please visit the 'Central Admission Cell' opposite to Kaveri Bhavan in Bangalore and know the exact position. I think, according to changed rules, even Commerce graduates can apply,but they have to study one subject extra.

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      Akhila 3 years ago

      Hi, I have done B.Sc , my subjects are Botany, microbiology and biochemistry.Can you please tell me whether am eligible forB.Ed or not???

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes.Surely you can join B.Ed. You have to take bio.Science and Chemistry as your methods.But you must have 50% marks in aggregate.

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      Jatinder 3 years ago

      Dear Sir,

      I an an MBA graduate and teaching MBA and BBA classes in a private college from last 3 years. I have completed BA with maths, economics, and sanskrit in 2007 with 70%. Now I want to do B.Ed. Please tell me if I am eligible for distance B.Ed from IGNOU or KSOU or I should choose regular B.Ed course?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      It is possible. But I should know your residing place and where you would like to continue your B.Ed.Even though NCTE has asked all universities to permit commerce students to admit commerce students for B.Ed ,some universities are not doing it. But IGNOU has provisions to admit students like you. But they prescribe some years of experience( 3 years usually) to enroll yourself for B.Ed.

      Doing B.Ed as external student may take two years. If you can get leave from your college(Even without pay),i advise you to do B.Ed as a regular student.But if you are getting a good salary of more than Rs.15,000/- and management doesn't permit you to take back after 10 months, then it is better you do it at IGNOU or KSOU.

      Your strange combination of subjects in B.A. makes it bit difficult in selecting teaching methodology subjects at B.Ed.But IGNOU has a wide range of choices. Just inquire at any study centre of IGNOR/KSOU. you can also try at regular colleges near to your place.

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      Jatinder 3 years ago

      Dear Sir,

      Thanks for your reply. I belongs to punjab. My college will not permit me to take leave for 10 months and join after that. I can do regular B.Ed only after leaving college. So I am thinking to opt for distance B.Ed. I was doubtful in school experience and college experience. But as you said I can join distance B.Ed, I will surely go for that.

      Thanks

      Jatinder

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      I'm happy that my suggestions are of use for you. As i said, if you are getting a manageable salary and it is difficult to get it if you once leave it, then,don't leave it. Concentrate on getting information about B.Ed scheme at IGNOU. Added advantage there is that, it coaches in Hindi medium also.I believe that it can accommodate candidates with your combination. It takes two years. Punjabi University in Chandigarh may also be having correspondence B.Ed. But, still, iGNOU is better.Ignou has study centres at Chandigarh, jallundhar, Ludhiana and Amritsar also. Look at the IGNOU website.

      I have toured Punjab twice. Visited Wagha, Amritsar, Jallundha, Patiala, and Chandigarh cities.I have written articles on Amritsar, in kannada. Good luck

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      Lekshmi B S 3 years ago

      Prasad Sir,

      I am a Software Engineer from Bangalore. I am a BE engineering graduate. Doing the job for 7 years. I have a Nursery going kid. Daily I will reach home by 8 pm after my job. So till 8 pm my kid will be in Daycare. My husband is also coming by that time everyday, he is a Mechanical engineer.

      Now I am thinking like how long I can be doing this Job. I tried many options. Nothing is working. Options like Bank Job, Higher studies - ME, ISRO - Scientists.

      For past 1 month, in my free time in office/home, I am doing google search for 'B.ed in Karnataka'. That how I got this site. Reason is I like teaching job very much, I like Maths subject the most. Also teaching job means I can reach home before 6 pm daily. My kid will be very happy if that happens. Just thinking the situation also I am feeling very very happy now.

      Sir, please advice me.

      I want the following information from you Sir. Please help me.

      1. Is it possible for me to apply for B.ed entrance exam[for me engineering background]?.

      2. Other than B.ed course, Can you suggest me any other Job[day time]?

      Waiting for your reply.

      Thanks and Regards,

      Lekshmi B S

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Sister Lekshmi,

      I can understand your situation and feelings very well. Because,I know very well how important it is to be with the child when he is growing. I don't know whether you have come directly after PUC to Engineering, or after B.Sc. If you have come after B.Sc, tou can join B.Ed with your B.Sc background, taking Maths and Physical science as your subjects of teaching methodology.But,if you have come directly from PUC level to B.E.,then you can not join B.Ed. But you can join D.Ed which enables you to work as a teacher in higher primary school.

      But ,there are other problems.

      1.you will get a very low salary when compared to your present earning.

      2. D.Ed is a two year course.After that, you may get a starting salary of about Rs.6000/- if you are picked up by a good English medium school.

      3. You won't get a government job if you are not studied Kannada as a subject till your 10th standard.

      OTHER alternatives-

      1.you can do MBA and join as a HR manager in a company.

      2. You can try to get a lecturer's job in an Engineering college .I think this is your best altrnative.You have to concentrate at this effort. There,B.Ed is not required.But now a days, NET may be insisted. But there may be relaxation for this, as Engineers with NET are not available. Please go and inquire in various engineering colleges whether they require engineers with your branch of specialization,for teaching.In Bangaloe, you have to simply go directly and ask the college administration,whether they need a candidat3 in your subject.

      Indira Gandhi National open University(IGNOU) has correspondence course in B.Ed.They may admit candidates like you because,they have some relaxed criteria. Please visit their website and check. It has study centres in Bangalore .

      You can write to me at: padmaprasad7@gmail.com

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      Lekshmi B S 3 years ago

      Thank you very much Sir.

      Alternative - Second Option is very interesting.

      My next google search will be related to that Sir. Hahahaha....

      Very nice information...

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      GOD bless you

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      silpi 3 years ago

      Hi Sir,

      My name is silpi, i have done Bsc(Math,Statistics,Computer Science),Msc (Computer science) from Andhra University. Have IT experience.want to do BEd from Bangalore University.Can u Pls help me in the course details,eligibility,duration, and fee structure.

      And Can u pls guide me how to get a job in Bangalore University..

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      Silpi 3 years ago

      hi Sir,

      I have done BSC(Maths, statistics,Computer Science), Msc (Computers). can you pls tell me whether i will be eligible to do BEd from Bangalore University.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes,you can do B.Ed from Bangalore university with Maths and English as your method subjects. but why you want to do from Bangalore when you have enough B.Ed colleges in AP. If youa rre staying in Bangalore, then you can choose to do it here. But you have to get 'Migration certificate from your parent university, and then join herre.

      This is the time to join Bed. Academic year is just to commence. You visit any b.Ed college at Bangalore at inquire.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Sorry my sister, i cannot guide you about getting a job in the university,a s it requires merit and influence,both. but in Bangalore university area,at affiliated colleges you can try for job.You have visit colleges and inquire.

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      silpi 3 years ago

      Thank you soo much for the information given ...Right now i am staying near bangalore university...so it will be convenient to get in...Should i need Migration cerificate from AU... and Can u guide me how to apply for BEd from Bangalore University...

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 3 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes. you definetely need to produce migration certificate from AU. You just contact any B.Ed college in your area and know about other colleges in the city. One college at Rqarajeshwari nagar (it appears to be Vekat college of Education) seems to be having better infrastructure in your area.You can produce migration certificate after booking your seat also.

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      Silpi 3 years ago

      Hi sir, i searched for "Venkat college of Education", Rajarajeshwarinagar....but i couldn't find...can u give me correct url..plss

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      Alwin 2 years ago

      respected sir, I want to become a lecturer for English. so am planning to do it in correspondence form IGNOU. Will I be eligible for the above said. Please do reply me at the earliest. Thanking you,

      Alwin From Bangalore

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Don't search for it on internet. go to the spot. It is at one end of that area ON A SMALL HILL.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Ashwin,

      You cannot become a lecturer FOR english. But You can become a lecturer IN English. You can take IGNOU couse,provided you are a graduate. After that,you have to pass UGE test OR NET with a higher rank.

      Now the of becoming a teacher with influence or by paying money is almost over. you should really have the command over the subject. If you study hard, you can get the ability.

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      bharat kishor 2 years ago

      Dear sir... my sincere thanks to such a guide like you...is there any chance to get a management seat for D.ed at 15 or 20k in telugu medium as u said. Please give us information if u have bcoz I know some students who r intrsted to join... thank u... bhrt.kishor1@gmail.com,,, ph: 919701200738, 9032349024

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      As far as I know, there is no Telugu medium D.ed College in karnataka.

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      vidya 2 years ago

      sir, i have done my sslc and after that i did directly b.com by correspondence without passing my 2nd pu, i have 46% in my b.com and even i have done m.com by regular with 78%, can i be eligible to do b.ed in karnataka,,,,,

      vidya from hassan

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      You can join B.Ed,but not D.Ed. Rani Chennamma University at Belagaum and Mysore universityhave provision for admitting B.Com students to B.Ed course

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      Haseena 2 years ago

      Hi sir,

      I truly appreciate your response for everyone. I am working as assistant teacher in one of the govt school of karnataka. I have done BA. Want to do BEd. Could you please guide what to do because I don't want to leave my job and do it. My school asking me to take 1year gap and then do the course. Plz you suggest. Thanks in advance.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear sister,

      Now a days every town has B.Ed college. You can find out the B.ED college nearby and try to join. Do you have 55% in B.A. ?That is the eligibility condition. If you don't have that, you have to do it from other state, through correspondence.This year it is very late as the admissions are over. You have to try for management seats but it is too costly this year.

      You request your management for some time. You tell them that you shall do it by correspondence course either at KSOU ,or other university. For doing it by correspondence, you have to be in job. There also it is for two years.

      Meet some b.Ed college principal nearby and get more information

      God bless you.

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      sarath krishnan 2 years ago

      sir I want a B Ed admission . I got 47 % marks in BA Literature by Distance Education. I also working in Aided School in Kerala.. pls give a way to my promotion as a teacher..which college I get admission...What I will do.. pls help me.

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      Sharma 2 years ago

      Hello sir,

      We are trying to find information regarding qualification for highschool teacher to be promoted to PU college. As of now my wife is working as highschool teacher and please could you help us find information regarding eligibility to be considered for promotion to PU colleges? What'd be the qualification, marks / percentage etc?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      You cannot get admission in Karnataka. Here,50% is necessary. If you belong to Sc,ST group as listed by Karnataka govt, or, if you are a handicapped person, then you can get seat for even 45%.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear Mr.Sharma,

      Promotion from high school teacher post to Jr.College has many factors.Need of Lecturers in that subject is a primary factor. If your wife is a master graduate in English,Physics, economics, Maths, etc, then chances of promotion are high. Reservation quota is also followed in this. If your wife is an M.A. in Kannada, history, etc, and you belong to general category, then promotion chances are very less.Even in the same subject, seniority of teachrs, roaster rules count. Percentage of marks is not considered much.

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      aishwarya 2 years ago

      Hello prasad sir.. I wanted to know after bsc(pme) shall we get govt.teacher job or not...? after bsc b.ed is complsery is it true?

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes,You can get the govt job as a high school teacher. B.Ed is compulsory after B.Sc.You must have 50% marks in B.Sc, to get admission, to B.Ed

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      aishwarya 2 years ago

      Thanku sir,

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      shashi.p 2 years ago

      Respected sir,

      I finished my B.A from Karnataka mahila Hindi seva samithi, is that applicable for govt teacher jobs.. and which all govt job applicable for this degree?

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      shashi. p 2 years ago

      Or, external b.end possible for Hindi b.a degree?

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      shekharaiah.t.h.m 2 years ago

      sir please give me information about.,simultaneous admission,that means studying two programmes at the same time in distance mode.

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      Raj k a 2 years ago

      I have done BSc IT n MCA both correspondence. M working as a lecturer in degree college since 9 years. Now I got better offer from PUC college. Is it mandatory to have B.Ed now for PUC? Plz suggest me what should I do? If need can u suggest me which college n what combination? Really I need a help.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Yes. It is better if you do B.Ed . You will be preferred if you have B.Ed. What subjects you had taken in B.Sc? Had you taken Physics and Maths as your other subjects? Then it is easy to get seat for B.Ed.

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      aishwarya 2 years ago

      Thank you sir

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Dear sister,

      You must pass B.Ed to try for a high school teacher post. If your B.A. is in Hindi medium and has only Hindi relate subjects, then you may have to join a Hindi B.Ed college only. If it is a general B.A. with Hindi as one of the optional subjects, then you can join any bed college with Hindi as one of the methodology subjects.Anyway, aproach the nearest B.Ed college office with your marks card and get the details. You have not mentioned you place. otherwise, i would have suggested you some colleges.

      You can contact me on phone 9448768567

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Some universities conduct external B.ed courses.For Eg: Karnataka State open university and IGNOU. But they may perscribe that you must be working somewhere as a teacher. Anyway, the time is over this year.

      You can also try for clerical job. Anhow working knowledge of computer is much needed these days.

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      Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 2 years ago from Tumkur

      Approach Krishna college of Education,Tumkur, which can help people like you. Phone : 09448271549. You must hurryup and abe to spend good amount of money. Obtainin B.Ed is much useful to get preference in appointment to PU colleges.

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