While the pandemic is not yet gone, things are seeming to get back to closer to normal. With entrance exams and schools resuming, Lucknow University will be conducting the tests for admission to its two years B.Ed programme this year.
UP B.Ed Joint Entrance Examination i.e. UP B.Ed JEE takes place every year within the state and this year, it is going to be conducted on May 19 and 20. The exams will be offline and the candidates will be able to download their admit cards from May 10 onwards. Dainik Jagran ePaper has compiled all relevant information available regarding the UP B.Ed JEE 2021. Read more below:
Last Date for Application till March 15
The exam was announced by the university in the first week of February and those who are going to give the exams can keep a check on the website at lkouniv.ac.in and keep a check on all the relevant documents as well. As for the registrations for the exams, they will kickstart from February 18 and will go on in online mode up until March 15. Following the last date, candidates will have to pay an additional late fee along with the registration fee and will be able to apply until March 22.
Eligibility Criteria and Fees
In order to apply for the exams, candidates must have a graduate or post graduate degree in any stream and must have scored at least 50 percent. As for those students who are graduates in Engineering/technology with specialisation in either maths or science and have acquired at least 55 percent in the exams will also be eligible for these tests. As for the fees is concerned, it is Rs 1,500 (UR and OBC) or Rs 750 (SC/ ST). The late fee, on the other hand, for both UR and OBC candidates is Rs 1000 while it is Rs 500 for SC/ ST candidates.
Once the registration process is done with, candidates will have to keep a track for the admit card, which will be releasing online. As for the question paper, it will have subjects including general knowledge, general aptitude, language (English/ Hindi) along with the professional subject.
The paper patter for the exam suggests that it will be divided into two papers where the first paper will have GK and language, while the second paper is going to comprise of general aptitude and professional subject (depending on candidate). Each section will have 50 MCQs and each question will carry 2 marks.
Selection Process and way forward
As holds true for maximum exams, the final merit lists are compiled on the basis of scores that have been administered across the state with exam centres in all primary locations. Based on the test scores, the university will set the cut-off for shortlisting candidates and filling up the seats for the exams.
With a majority of information regarding the UP B.Ed JEE 2021 exams out now, candidates can get ready to prepare for the same and refer to question papers from the previous years. The answer key for UP B.Ed every year and hence, the answers for the exams of the previous papers will also be available online. Meanwhile, candidates aspiring to take the exams can also try the mock tests are out so as to enable them prepare better.