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About the course

The Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) programme is a four-years integrated professional degree programme of Elementary Teacher Education offered after the senior secondary (Class XII) stage of school. The programme is bilingual and interdisciplinary in nature. B.El.Ed. is a bilingual course. It is taught in both English and Hindi medium. Students have the option of writing assignments and examinations in either English or Hindi.The programme is currently offered only for girls in 8 women colleges of University of Delhi.The programme aims to prepare professional and competent teachers for the elementary school level.

B.El.Ed. is a four year integrated course pursued after Class XII and leads to a graduation degree whereas B.Ed. is a two year course taken up after graduation or post-graduation.

NCTE is the body that looks after the quality of B.El.Ed. course and institutes offering this course. NCTE stands for National Council for Teacher Education. If you are interested in pursuing this course, make sure that you do it from an institute recognized by the NCTE.

B.El.Ed. is a job oriented course too! This qualification can help you get government as well as private sector jobs.  B.El.Ed. course focuses on topics such as – communication skills, teaching skills, human and child development, subject-wise knowledge and relevant theory classes/courses. The academic program is a holistic mixture of traditional classroom lectures and hands on practical sessions. In cases of most of the institutes offering this course, the 4 years long academic program is divided into two phases. The fist phase – 3 years – focuses on classroom lectures and theory subjects. The remaining 1 year is dedicated towards practical training.

B.El.Ed. graduates have diverse job opportunities available in front of them. They may apply for government or private sector jobs. Apart from that, they may also become self-employed. B.El.Ed. graduates are eligible to don the role of an elementary level teacher at relevant educational institutes. Apart from educational institutes, they may also join NGOs working towards the development of education.
Common recruiters are –
Schools (private, government and community run)
Day care centers
Tuition classes
Graduates may also choose the path of self-employment. Under this setup, they may start ventures such as –
Tuition classes
Day Care Centres 
In the above mentioned work setups, B.El.Ed. Graduates may have roles like –
1) Teacher
2) Assistant Teacher
3) Instructor
4) Tutor
5) Student Counselor
6) Curriculum Developer

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B.El.Ed. is a 4 years integrated course pursued after Class XII and leads to a graduation degree whereas B.Ed. is a 2 years course taken up after graduation or post-graduation.

  • You should have completed 17 years on or before October 1, 2018.
  • Currently the course is offered in 8 women colleges only, so only women can apply for the course.
  • An aggregate of 50% marks in the qualifying examination as well as 50% marks in each of the four subjects. The criteria for selecting the four subjects can be:
  1. One subject from List I and three from List II.


  1. One subject from List I, two from List II and one from List III.





                                i.            English Core

                              ii.            English elective

                            iii.            Hindi core

                            iv.            Hindi elective

                                i.            Any one language (other than that chosen in list I, offered by CBSE or its equivalent board at 10+2 level)


Any other subject (other than that mentioned in list I and II) in class XII offered by CBSE or its equivalent board.


                              ii.            Biology

                            iii.            Physics

                            iv.            Chemistry

                              v.            Mathematics

                            vi.            Economics

                          vii.            History

                        viii.            Political Science

                            ix.            Geography

                              x.            Sociology

                            xi.            Philosophy


Note-Not more than two languages will be considered for the purpose of eligibility from List I and List II together.

  • Mode of examination: Online
  • Maximum Marks -400 Marks
  • Duration of the examination: 2 hours or 120 minutes
  • Types of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions(MCQs)
  • The Entrance test will be based on 10th level syllabus of English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science.
  • For each correct answer, a student will be awarded 4 marks and for each wrong answer, there will be a negative marking of 1 mark.
  • There will be no descriptive questions.









Gargi College



Lady SriRam College for women



Shyama Prasad Mukherji College



Institute of Home Economics



Mata Sundri College for women



Miranda house



Jesus and Mary College



  1. At the time of filling the application form, all applicants are required to state their order of preference of college in their online application form. The applicant has to choose college in front of each preference in the registration form.
  2. It is mandatory for applicants to give preference for all eight colleges. It is advised to see choices of liberal options (check CIE website:http://www.cie.du.ac.in) provided by the colleges, distance and fee structure before finalizing the preference order. The preference order once submitted cannot be changed once the payment of fee is made. For example, if an applicant gives first college preference as AditiMahavidyalaya, next preference as Gargi College, next preference as Lady Shri Ram College for Women and the fourth preference is Shyama Prasad Mukherji College and so on, the applicant should mark the preference as given below:



Preference 1


Preference 2

Gargi College

Preference 3

Lady Shri Ram College for women

Preference 4

Shyama Prasad Mukherji College

Preference 5

Institute of Home Economics

Preference 6

Mata Sundri College for women

Preference 7

Miranda House

Preference 8

Jesus and Mary College


  1. Allotment of colleges to the applicants shall be based on the rank secured/obtained in the entrance examination by the applicant and her order of preference of college subject to the availability of seats in that particular college. The seats available in each college in each category shall be allotted to the applicants in order of their ranks till all seats in the particular college are exhausted.
  2. Applicants are required to login on the Online Portal for UG courses based on entrance examination as per the Schedule provided to check the allotted college. A combined list of all applicants who are allotted the college shall also be displayed on the University website.
  3. The applicant is required to go to the college allotted and complete all admission related formalities within the stipulated time as per the Schedule. If the applicant fails to take admission in the allotted college (within the stipulated time) due to any reason, the applicant shall not be considered for any future allotment for the current year. The admission shall not be considered as granted till the fee amount is paid online.
  4. Applicants who do not take admission in the allotted college shall not be considered for any future allotment of college.
  5. The seats remaining vacant after any allotment shall be made available for ranks below the rank considered in the previous allotment. Applicants are then required to login on the Online Portal as per the Schedule to check their allotted college.
  6. Any change of college for up gradation is NOT permissible. Applicants once allotted a college are not allowed to upgrade to another college in the subsequent admission lists.
  7. In case of a tie for rank in the last seat in a college, the tiebreaking rule would be followed as given below:
  8. An applicant who has secured higher percentage of marks (aggregate of best five subjects including one language) in the qualifying examination will be considered first for the allotment/admission.
  9. Further, if the applicants have secured equal marks in the qualifying examination, then applicant having an earlier date of birth (as mentioned in class X certificate) will be considered for allotment/admission.

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