1.4: CET conducted by for Non-Aided Institution association will be compulsory to the candidate seeking admission in such college for Management Quota or as per the decision taken by the Admission Control Committee from time to time.

1.5A) The candidate belonging to general, other backward and special backward categories who have secured 50% marks and those belonging to backward categories having secured 45% marks in the degree examination under the disciplines of Arts, Science, Commerce, Home Science or Agricultural, Computer, Information Technology & Engineering of the Statutory Universities, Agricultural Universities, Open Universities, of Deemed Universities will be eligible for appearing CET and for seeking admission to B.Ed. Course.

  1. C) The above pre – requisite condition regarding the minimum percentage of marks will not be made applicable to those candidates already engaged as a teacher and working on fulltime basis for a continues period of two years. But their application will be considered on the basis of merit and score secured in the CET. Service shown for Exemption should be certified by Concerned Education Officer.

1.6 The Candidate having the University degree mark sheet showing grades instead of marks, essential to enclose along with the admission form, attested certificate of the University concerned showing marks equivalent to the obtained grades. The University which has shown code no. instead of Subject, in such cases Subject code no. List should be enclosed.

1.7 Merit will be decided considering the percentage of marks secured by the candidate in the third year examination of the degree course. In case of those universities where semester examination system is in practice, average of the marks obtained in the two semesters in the third year will be taken in order to decide the merit.

1.8 The candidate is required to state/Select one subject as the first teaching method in the appellation form. It is necessary that the candidate has studied this subject either at principle, subsidiary or optional level, during the degree course. The candidate must have studies in all six papers of the subject selected for teaching method, during first, second and third year together. However, if a candidate has secured degree by offering three/five papers in Nagpur or Amravati University she/she can selected that subject as the teaching method.

The candidate is required to select such as teaching method, which is taught at school level. Further it is important for the candidate to select such a College Of Education for seeking admission in which there is provision to teach that subject (teaching method).

Similar to candidate being a degree-hold of Amravati or Nagpur University a candidate of other non-agricultural University in Maharashtra who has given three/five papers of a subject as the teaching method.

A candidate desirous for selecting two or more teaching methods, he/she should mark separately for each method; and pay corresponding fee for that.

1.9 The case of the graduate from commerce, Social Science, Agricultural Science, Computer, IT Engineering the candidate should mention his/her discipline in application form instead of method.

1.10 The subject for first and second teaching method will be decided by the principle of the college of Education where the candidate has got admission as per his/her first teaching method, through the centralized admission procedure, e.g. in case of IT, Agri. And Computer subject method are not available in the college, they have to opt for Science and Math’s.

1.11 Eliminating the parent university concerned, for all other universities in Maharashtra admission fall under 28% quota and for the Out of State admissions under 2% quota. Subject and discipline wise merit lists will be published.

2 Additional Marks:

2.1 If the candidate submits a certificate regarding his/her participation in any one or more activities from the following A, B and C then five marks will be added to the total marks secured in the final degree examination; and percentage of these marks will be calculated.

  1. A) College/University level certificate for endorsing that the candidate has worked actually for at least 120 and 200 hours in the N.C.C./Adult Education Programme respectively during the tenure of the degree course.
  2. B) Certificate of passing the B/C grade N.C.C. examination.
  3. C) Certificate showing the participation of the candidate in sport, elocution, drama and/or other cultural programmes at inter collegiate, University level, Interuniversity level, State level or National level competition.

2.2 The candidate who have passed the following examination will get additional percentage of marks as shown below:

  1. A) A post-Graduate degree examination of any discipline.
  2. B) Diploma Education/B.P.Ed./A diploma or a degree related to ‘Teacher Education’ awarded by the Government or University.

In accordance with the class obtained in A and B, additional percentage of marks will be given as shown below:-

Class obtained I Class II Class Pass Class
Additional Percentage of Marks 5 4 3

N.B.: Additional percentage of marks will not be given to the candidates who have passed a certificate level examination.

A candidate qualifying for more than one post-Graduate degree examinations will be eligible to get the benefit of additional percentage of marks only once.

A candidate possessing such qualification at the time of applying only will get the benefit of above mentioned provision, which will be strictly followed.

2.3 In order to get the benefit of any one of the following A, B, C categories the candidate is required to submit a certificate of the competent authority. Additional two percent of marks will be given only if a certificate, stating relation with the candidate and that the candidate is entitled to avail concession.

  1. A) Son/daughter/husband/wife of a freedom fighter.
  2. B) Candidate form a project/earthquake affected family.
  3. C) Destitute women/divorcee women/widows.

3 Common Entrance Test (CET):

The CET will comprise of four subjects namely, Mental Ability, Teacher Attitude, Teacher Aptitude and General Knowledge. This test wills 50 Marks for which time limit will be one hour. The syllabus and the nature of question paper is presented separately in this booklet.

4 Ranking in the Merit list and grievances redressal:

For a candidate who has appeared for CET his/her order of merit in the aggregate merit list will be decided as follows:

  1. A) 40% of the some of the marks obtained as per the article 1.7 in this booklet and the additional marks obtained as per the articles 2.1/2./2.3 if applicable.
  2. B) Marks obtained by the candidate in the CET – Marks: 40
  3. C) Oral Examination Marks: 20
  4. D) Order of merit will be decided on the basis of the sum of the scores in A, B, and C above.

* Complaints if any, about the merit list will be resolved during the stipulated period as per the time table.

5 Distribution of the seats in the College of Education:

 5.1 Discipline wise/subject wise –

In every college of Education discipline wise and subject wise distribution of seats will be as follows:

Faculty Seats
A Arts Faculty
English 15%
Marathi 15%
Hindi and other languages  10%
 Total  40%

 

Faculty Seats
B Science Faculty
Science 20%
Mathematics 15%
Agriculture  02%
Computer/Information Technology/Engineering  03%
 Total  40%

 

C Commerce  05%

 

Faculty Seats
D Social Science
History 06%
Geography 03%
Other (Social Science Excluding History/Geography)  03%
 Total  100%
5.2 Distribution of the Seats in the Colleges of Education-University-Region wise:
  1. A) For a college of Education in the concerned university-region, 70% seats of the total intake capacity of that college will be reserved for the candidates who are degree holders (first degree) of the university concerned, for a admission to B.Ed. course.
  2. B) For a College of Education in a University-region, 28% seats of the total intake capacity of that College will be reserved for the candidates who are degree holders (first degree) of the statutory universities other than the university concerned, and agricultural universities in the state of Maharashtra, Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth (Pune), Centres of Indira Gandhi Open University in Maharashtra, Yashwantrao Chavhan Open University, Nashik.

The seats reserved for the Son/daughter/husband/wife of the persons serving in Maharashtra in active military services in the 28% quota will be made available for the candidates who are degree holders of outside Maharashtra Universities and are Son/daughter/husband/wife of persons in active military service, working outside Maharashtra State, but otherwise are residents of Maharashtra.

02% seats of the total intake capacity of the Colleges of Education will be reserved for the degree holders of the outside Maharashtra Statutory Universities and Open Universities.

  1. C) If adequate applications for (28+2) % are not received then the remaining seta swill be filled from the waiting list of the 70% quota of the concerned university region.
  2. E) i) 70% seats in the Colleges of Education having Urdu our Gujarati as the medium of instruction will be filled from the candidates of the same university region and 28% seats from the candidates of the other university regions in the state on the basis of merit, and 2% seats from the outside Maharashtra University candidate.
  3. ii) Urdu Medium degree holders of Swami Ramanand Tirth Marathwada University, Nanded, will be eligible for admission in 70% quota in the Urdu Medium Colleges of Education of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad. The remaining 28% seats will be filled from the other university regions in the state. Still, if some seats remain vacant, then those will be filled from the waiting list of the concerned university, and 2% seats will be filled from the Maharashtra University-Candidates.

If adequate number of Candidate are not available from the State of Maharashtra for Gujarati medium of Methodology of teaching Gujarati then the remaining seats will be filled from the outside State on the basis of merit.

  1. F) As per the G.R. one additional seat for each Division will be given in the College of Education for Kashmir Destitutes.

6.4) Among the 50% seats for open category and 50% seats for reserved category some seats as show below will be reserved for following types of candidates (Internal reservation).

  1. A) Candidate having a certificate from Civil surgeon specifying that the candidate is physically handicapped and deformity is 40% but is able to complete the B.Ed. course – 3%.
  2. B) Son/daughter/husband/wife of person in active military service and retired military servicemen2%.

6.6) Divorcee women, destitute women, windows, on producing a certificate to that effect from the competent authority will be given preference against equal merit, among the 30% reservation for women.

8.2) It is responsibility of the candidate to follow the time table of admission procedure and the instruction imparted, scrupulously.

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