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Common Entrance Test 2011 (B.Ed. CET) is a competitive examination in Assam which is conducted by the Dibrugarh University on a yearly basis for selecting eligible candidates for admission to the Bachelor Of Education (B.Ed.) course which is a NCTE recognized programme. It has now announced and made available the notification for the 2011 session and as such has asked all the desired students to collect the Information Brochure and the Application forms so as to appear for the said entrance test. There are however some standard requirements mentioned which would be considered to determine whether or not any applicant is eligible to apply and seek admission thereof.


Eligibility Criteria for B.Ed. Common Entrance Test 2011


As mentioned above, there are a few criteria in place which must be fulfilled by any applicant before proceeding with the application procedure to seek admission to B.Ed courses under Dibrugarh University. There are not any high requirements which are asked for and only represents the basic qualification which is mandatory for every examination of this kind.

  • The first condition is that the applicant must have secured atleast a 50% marks aggregate in his/her graduation degree examinations. This percentage applies to the Major marks in case of Honours students or aggregate percentage if the same is applied by Pass Course student with no Major Subjects opted for during the course of study.

  • If you are a teacher by profession and have a working experience of atleast 5 years in any school which has classes up to 10th standard under SEBA, then you can avail a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks upon the criteria which was mentioned in the above point.

  • The relaxation of marks is also applicable for those applicants who are belonging from Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes, OBC/MOBC and all others who falls under the Physical Disability (PD) category.

  • If you have appeared for the degree final examinations under any recognized university in either Arts/Science/Commerce stream having the pattern of 10+2+3, then you can still apply for the same but the condition is that the results must be declared before the 18th day of July, 2011 so as to be accepted as a valid application and be considered for selection procedures in the B.Ed. CET 2011.


B.Ed. Common Entrance Test 2011 Application Forms


The information brochure and the applications forms for Common Entrance Test 2011 to be held under Dibrugarh University for admission to B.Ed. programme is now available and one can obtain it from the Deputy Registrar (Academic) office of the university on payment of a nominal fee of Rs.100 only. The forms can also be obtained from the website of Dibrugarh University and in that case the filled up forms must be forwarded or submitted with a Demand Draft of the required fee which must be drawn in favour of the following:-

REGISTRAR, DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY
IN
STATE BANK OF INDIA (S.B.I)
DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY BRANCH (Code No.2051)



One can also apply by post and receive the application form remotely by requesting the supply of the same with a self-addressed stamped (Rs.5) envelope measuring a dimension of 11 x 24cm which should also include the aforesaid demand draft of the applicable fee.

B.Ed. Common Entrance Test 2011 Dates and Schedule


The B.Ed. CET 2011 application forms will be provided from 25.04.2011 onwards and the submission of completed forms must be done on or before 16.05.2011 in B.Ed. CET Centers or the Deputy Registrar (Academic) office. The Common Entrance Test for the 2011 session will be held on 05.06.2011 at the various test centers as would be informed to the applicants by the University. All other information can be availed from the Information Brochure which would be provided with the Application Form on payment of the fee.

Disclaimer: All details mentioned here are for information purpose only. We recommend you to verify it with the official notifications which is published in various newspapers or official website & we will not be responsible for any mistakes that might have crept in unintentionally.

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