05 Social Science
06 Physical Science
07 Natural Science
The whole admission procedure will be as per the prospectus published by the Government from time to time. College invites application for the B.Ed course from eligible candidates and the rank list is prepared and published. Merit seats are filled based on the merit in the qualifying examinations and the rest of the seats are filled as per the reservation policy prescribed by the government. The percentage of reservation of seats in each category is as follows:
General Merit : 55%
Scheduled Caste : 10%
Scheduled Tribe : 5%
Community Quota : 10%
Management Quota : 15%
Nativity: Only Indian citizens are eligible for admission to professional courses.
Academic eligibility should be satisfied as on the last date for submission of application.
*Candidates should have passed the B.A./B.Sc. Degree examination under the 10+2+3 pattern with one main subject and two subsidiary subjects from any of the Universities in Kerala or of any other University recognized by any of the Universities in Kerala as equivalent thereto for admission, subject to the stipulation regarding marks.
* Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from Universities outside Kerala should submit Eligibility/Equivalency Certificate stating that their qualifying examination is recognized by those Universities, for seeking admission to B.Ed. Degree course in a particular optional subject in a stream as applicable, along with their application.
* Double or Triple main candidates or candidates who passed the Degree Examination in Vocational or Specialized Courses are also eligible for admission. However, they have to submit copy of the Equivalency/Eligibility certificate from the concerned Universities in Kerala, stating that, their Qualifying examination is recognized by the Universities for seeking admission to B. Ed. Degree Course in a particular optional subject/in a stream as applicable, along with their application.
* The minimum requirement of marks for admission to B. Ed. Courses is 50% (No rounding off of the percentage of marks to the nearest whole number is permitted) in Bachelor’s Degree [Science/Arts Subjects] for Part III or 50% Marks in M.A/MSc/M.Com. Details are given in Clause 5.4 2. Note 2: Those who have undergone courses which are not specifically included in the Prospectus as eligibility for a stream should submit Eligibility/Equivalency Certificate obtained, from the university from where they have qualified
* Relaxation in Marks.
(a) Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe [SC/ST] communities with pass, for Graduation and Post graduation, in the respective optional subjects, are eligible for admission.
(b) Candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward communities [SEBC] will be given 5% concession in marks. (c) Candidates belonging to Other Eligible Communities [OEC] will be given 5% concession in marks.
(d) Blind Candidates will be given 5% concession in marks. (G.O (Rt) 301/10/HEdn. Dated 10-02-2010).
(e) Candidates should be physically fit and mentally sound. Deaf/ Dumb candidates are not eligible. However, blind candidates will be eligible for admission to Course other than science optionals.
Age: There is no upper age limit for admission to B. Ed. Courses.
Choice of optional subjects.
* The optional subject for the B. Ed. course should be the same as the one, which the student has selected as main subject for graduation, or the main subject for graduation conventionally recognized to be coming under the optional chosen. In case, the main subject is different from or conventionally considered as not coming under the optional opted for admission, a copy of the Certificate from any of the Universities in Kerala, stating that such degree is eligible for admission to that optional for B. Ed. course, should be furnished along with the application.
Eligibility for different Optional subjects:
Candidates seeking admission to the B. Ed. Course in a subject/stream will have to satisfy the academic eligibility applicable to the subject/stream.
(a) English: B.A. Degree with English language and Literature/ Functional English/B.A. Communicative English with50% mark in Part III or 50% Marks in M.A English language and Literature/ Functional English/ Communicative English or B.A. /B.Sc. with 50% of marks for Part I English and not less than 50% marks for Master’s Degree in English Language and Literature.
(b) Malayalam: B.A. Degree with Malayalam Language and Literature with 50% marks in Part III or 50% Marks in M.A Malayalam Language and Literature or B.A./ B.Sc. with 50% of marks for Part II Malayalam and not less than 50% marks for Master’s Degree in Malayalam Language and Literature.
(c)Hindi: B.A. Degree with Hindi language and Literature with 50% marks in Part III or or Hindi language and Literature Hindi language and Literature or B.A./B.Sc. with 50% of marks for Part II Hindi and not less than 50% marks for Master’s Degree in Hindi Language and Literature.
(For prospectus and more details see www. lbscentre.org.)