UPBEd 2020 New Exam Date

Hello dear all friends, now a good news for those candidates who interested in JEE UP B.Ed 2020 Online Form. Now Lucknow University (LU) released notification for the UP B.Ed Entrance Examination Online Form 2020 so interested candidate can apply from given below link.


Uttar Pradesh b.Ed Combined Entrance exam 2020 online form 
Up B.ed combined entrance exam online form 2020 So interested candidates can be apply from given below links..

Department Name :-

Conducted By : Lucknow University (LU)
2 Year Combined UP BEd JEE 2020 

Name of the Post :- Uttar Pradesh B.Ed Combined Entrance Exam 2020 Online Form

Important Dates :-

Start Date to Apply 12/02/2020
Last Date to apply06/03/2020
Last Date With Late Fee Payment 11/03/2020
Exam Date22/04/2020

Fee Details  :

General/OBC1500/-
SC/ST750/-

With Late Fee Details  :


General/OBC2000/-
SC/ST1000/-
*Pay the Exam Fee Through Online Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking.

Vacancy Details & Eligibility :- 

Candidate must have degree for Graduation and/ or Post Graduation OR Degree in Sciences/ Social Science/ Humanities with 50% Marks, Graduation Degree in Engineering & Technology with specialization in Math & Science with 55% Marks OR Any Degree Equivalent to the above mentioned qualifications.

Note :-

Now B.Tech & BE Candidates can also apply for B.Ed Entrance Test. Those candidates need to have 55% Marks. Eligibility can be changed according to the government’s Rule.



Participating University in UP JEE BEd 2020-2022

  • Mahatma Jyoti Bhai Phule University MJPRU Bareilly
  • Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar University, Dr BRAU Agra
  • University of Lucknow, UOL Lucknow, LU (Conducted University)
  • Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Dr RMLAU Faizabad
  • Chaudhary Charan Singh University, CCSU Meerut
  • Bundelkhand University BU Jhansi
  • Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidya Peeth, MGKVP Varanasi
  • Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, SSVV Varanasi
  • Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal University, VBSPU Jaunpur
  • Deen Dayal Upadhyay University, DDU Gorakhpur
  • Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, CSJMU Kanpur
  • Allahabad State UniversityASU Allahabad
  • Jannayak Chandrashekhar University JCU Ballia
  • Siddharthanagar Vishvidyalay, Kapilvastu Siddharthanagar
  • Khwaja Moi Dddin Chisti University, Lucknow
  • Gautam Budh University GBU, Noida
Documents Required to Fill Form
  • Recent Scan Passport Size Photo Scan Copy
  • Both Hand Index Finger Scan Copy
  • Candidates Signature (Running Hand) Scan Copy
  • Aadhar Card, Basic Details, Education Information Related Document at the Time of Filling Application Form

Important Links :-


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Notification
Official Website 

The Exam Pattern of JEE B.Ed. :-

  • The Entrance Examination will have Objective Questions.
  • The Exam will have Two Question Paper.
  • Each Question paper will have 150 Questions in aggregate.
  • Maximum marks will be 300 of Each question Paper.
  • Time Duration would be 03 hours (180 Minutes) for both Questions papers.
  • Each Question will be awarded with 02 marks at every right answer.
  • There will be Negative marking of 0.33 at every wrong answer.
  • The Subjects of Question papers can be understand by following table :-

Question paper – I


SubjectNo. of QuestionsMarks
General Knowledge50150
Language (English or Hindi)50150

Questions paper –II


SubjectNo. of QuestionsMarks
General Aptitude Test50150
Specialization Subject (Art, Science, Commerce, Agriculture)50150

Syllabus :-

General Knowledge:- Questions in this component will be aimed at testing the candidates general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of every day observations and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of any educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Policy & Scientific Research.
Language Test (English or Hindi) :-  This section will have the Questions over language to check the Expertise of candidates at Language. The Candidate need to Answer only one language Questions. The candidates are free to opt their Language test which they want to attain.
General Aptitude Test :-  The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. The scope of the test will be computation of whole numbers, decimals fractions and relationships between numbers, Percentage, Ratio & Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time & Work, Basic algebraic identities of School.
Algebra & Elementary surds, Graphs of Linear Equations, Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons , Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallel0piped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base, Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles, Heights and Distances, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart.
Specialization Subject :- In this section, candidate need to attend his / her Specialization subject and answer only of that Questions. There will be four subjects Art, Science, Commerce and Agriculture.

FIRST COUNSELLING

Step 1: Registration :-
  • The counselling would be divided into phases on the basis of state rank. Only candidates falling within the announced state rank range would be able to participate in that particular phase. The detailed phase wise schedule would be declared before the counselling.
  • Candidates have to login using their login detail. In case they have forgotten the password they can regenerate it through the link provided.
  • Upon login they have to fill the details of the bank account.
  • andidates appearing in the qualifying examination in 2019 and whose result has been declared have to enter the marks and upload the scanned copy of their mark sheet.
Step 2: Counselling fee and Advance College fee payment
  • Candidates who have completed step 1 have to pay Rs. 5750 (Rs. 750 as counselling fee and Rs. 5000 as advance college fee) through online modes (Net banking, Debit Card and Credit Card) only.In case the candidate is not allotted a seat the advance college fee of Rs. 5000 would be refunded into the account details provided by them.
  • The counselling fee of Rs. 750 is non refundable.
  • Only registered candidates will be able to fill the choices.
Step 3: Choice Filling
  • Before choice filling the candidates have to verify the following Option for Sanskrit. By default this is set at NO. (applicable only for those graduates who have Sanskrit in their third year).
  • Option to correct their gender in case it is incorrect. By default this is set on the option they have filled in the online application form.
  • Candidates registered for counselling have to fill their choices according to their preferences.Candidates can give as many choices as they want.
  • Lower rank candidates are advised to give more choices to avoid rejection in allotment.
  • Choices can be previewed and rearranged any number of times till final submission.
  • Choices can be filled in multiple sessions. There is option to save these choices before logging out. Data not saved will be lost.
  • The choices filled by the candidate are final and cannot be changed once locked. Thus in their own interest, candidates must fill in a sufficiently large number of choices of college in required order of preference.
  • If a candidate has submitted the choices but not locked after last date of choice filling is over, it will automatically be locked before seat allotment.
  • Step 4: College Allotment
  • College allotment will be done strictly on the basis of state rank of the candidate based on the performance in JEE B.Ed. 2019 as well as the colleges they select in order of preference during counselling.
  • State reservation policy to be followed on Aided and Government colleges only.
  • Seat allotment result will be available on candidate login only.
Step 5: Provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter download
  • Candidates who have been allotted college will have to download Provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter through the JEE B.Ed. 2019 website.
    • In case the college fee is more than the advance college fee, the candidates will have to pay the balance amount online within three days of college allotment before they can download Provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter.
    • In case the college fee is less than the advance college fee they can download this provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter. The excess fee amount would be refunded to the candidate from the allotted college.
  • SC and ST candidates who have opted for zero fees and have uploaded their income certificate can directly download this provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter.. However they have to get their proper income certificate verified at the allotted college. In case the certificate is found to be incorrect they will have to pay the remaining amount of balance fee if the college fee is more than the advance college fee.
Step 6: Report to allotted college
  • The candidate has to report to allotted college within seven days from the date of allotment with all the original documents along with allotment cum confirmation letter.
  • The original documents will be physically verified by the Principal of the allotted college.
  • If the documents of candidates are not found valid by the college authority, his/her candidature shall be cancelled.

POOL COUNSELLING

After the first round of counselling is completed, the vacant seats in colleges are filled by pool counselling
Pool Step 1 Registration
  • For pool counselling only those candidates are eligible who have not participated in first round of counselling or those who are rejected or not allotted any college in round 1 or those who fail to take admission against the allotted seat.
  • Procedure for pool counselling is the same as that of the first counselling. Candidates have to register, pay the registration fee and full college fee and then fill the choices.
  • Candidates have to login using their credentials. In case they have forgotten the password they can regenerate it through the link provided.
  • Upon login they have to fill the details of the bank account.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination in 2019 and whose result has been declared have to enter the marks and upload the scanned copy of their mark sheet.
Pool Step 2 Counselling fee and Full College fee payment
Counselling fee is Rs. 750.00 which is non refundable. They have to also deposit Rs. 51250.00 (Rs. 5000.00 for only SC and ST candidates who have opted for zero fee) as full college fee. This amount will not be refunded if the candidate is allotted a college.
Pool Step 3 Choice Filling
  • Before choice filling the candidates have to verify the following
    • Option for Sanskrit. By default this is set at no. (applicable only for those graduates who have Sanskrit in their third year)
    • Option to correct their gender in case it is incorrect. By default this is set on the option they have filled in the online application form.
  • Candidates registered for counselling have to fill their choices according to their preferences.
    • Candidates can give as many choices as they want.
    • Lower rank candidates are advised to give more choices to avoid rejection in allotment.
  • Choices can be previewed and rearranged any number of times till final submission.
  • Choices can be filled in multiple sessions. There is option to save these choices before logging out. Data not saved will be lost.
  • The choices filled by the candidate are final and cannot be changed once locked. Thus in their own interest, candidates must fill in a sufficiently large number of choices of college in decreasing order of preference.
  • If a candidate has submitted the choices but not locked after last date of choice filling is over, it will automatically be locked before seat allotment.
Pool Step 4: College Allotment
  • College allotment will be done strictly on the basis of state rank of the candidate as well as the colleges they have selected in order of preference during counselling.
    • State reservation policy to be followed on Aided and Government colleges only.
  • Seat allotment result will be available on candidate login.
Pool Step 5: Provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter download
  • Candidates who have been allotted college will have to download Provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter through the JEE B.Ed. 2019 website.
  • If any candidate, to whom college is allotted, does not report to college then the college fee of Rs 51250.00 (or Rs. 5000.00 for SC/ST Candidates) will not be refunded.
  • If no college is allotted to a candidate in pool counselling then college fee of Rs. 51250.00 (or Rs. 5000.00 for SC/ST Candidates) will be refunded to his/her bank account whose details are given by the candidate at the time of counselling registration.
Step 6: Report to allotted college
  • The candidate has to report to allotted college within Four days from the date of allotment with all the original documents along with allotment cum confirmation letter.
  • The original documents will be physically verified by the Principal of the allotted college.
  • If the documents of candidates are not found valid by the college authority, his/her candidature shall be cancelled.
DIRECT ADMISSION
  • This round of counselling is done at the college level.
  • Only those candidates can take part in this round of counselling who possesses a valid state rank.
  • The candidates who appeared in the J.E.E. B.Ed. 2019 and are enrolled in the wait listed pool and could not get admission in any college may apply directly to the colleges of their choice where seats are vacant
  • Candidates can be admitted to any college only if seats are vacant in that college after the first and pool counselling.
  • The following candidates are eligible for direct admission
    • Those who have not been admitted to any college in first counselling.
    • Those who have not been admitted to any college in pool counselling.
    • Those who have not participated in the counselling process.
  • The college will verify the candidate’s details from Lucknow University website and give direct admission to candidates as per the rules.
  • Fee will deposited at the college level.
Required Documents for Reporting :-
  • Candidates would need to carry the originals and one self attested copy of the following documents:
    • Printout of the provisional Allotment cum Confirmation letter from Lucknow University Portal.
    • Copy of Application form, Admit Card and score card of the J.E.E. B.Ed. 2019.
    • Proof of Date of Birth: Class X certificate.
    • All Mark Sheets and Certificates upto Qualifying Examination.
    • Category, sub category and weightage Certificates in original in the prescribed format, Original photo ID issued by Government.

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