APSCHE, Ed.CET – 2022 Notification for Admissions into B.Ed Programme

Andhra Pradesh State Higher Education Council (APSCHE) – Education ‌Common Entrance Test (Ed.CET) 2022 issued a notification. It is run by Sri Padmavathi Mahila University (SPMV) in Tirupati. Admission to B.Ed Regular Course and B.Ed (Special Education) Program is based on merit achieved in this exam. Admissions are given in Government / Private / Aided Universities.

Eligibility: BA / B.Sc / B.Sc (Home Science‌) / B.Com / BCA / BBM pass with at least 50% marks from a recognized university. Those preparing for final year exams are also eligible. Those who have completed a five-year integrated program in PG / related methodology in the relevant subject; BE / B.Tech passers with at least 55% marks can also apply.

  1. Must have passed BA / B.Sc or Inter (Mathematics) as well as BCA or B.Tech with Maths as the main subject for choosing Mathematics in Ed.CET.
  2. Must have completed BCA or B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry) / B.Sc (Allied Materials Sciences) along with Inter (Physics, Chemistry) to choose Physical Sciences.
  3. To choose Biological Sciences, one must have completed BCA or B.Sc (Botany / Zoology) / B.Sc (Home Science) / B.Sc (Allied Life Sciences) along with Inter (Biological Sciences).
  4. Must have completed BCA or BA / B.Com / BBM along with Inter (Social Sciences) to choose Social Studies.
  5. Must have completed BA (Special English) / MA (English) to choose English.
  6. Details of Allied Material Sciences and Allied Life Sciences subjects can be found on the website.

Age: Candidates must be 19 years of age by July 1. There are no maximum age restrictions.

Ed.CET details: It is conducted in an objective manner. It consists of three parts. A total of 150 Multiple Choice Questions will be asked. 25 from General English in the first part; The second part asks 15 questions from General Knowledge and 10 questions from Teaching Aptitude. In the third part 100 questions are given from the methodology related to the subject chosen by the candidate. Mathematics and English subjects will be given 100 questions by them. 50 each from Physics and Chemistry to the subject of Physical Sciences; 50 each in Botany and Zoology for Biological Sciences subject; The Social Studies subject will have 35 questions from Geography, 30 from History, 15 from Civics and 20 from Economics. The first two parts are common to all subjects. Total marks per question are 150. Question paper (excluding English methodology) is given in English and Telugu mediums. Those who want to write the exam in Urdu medium should choose Kurnool Test Center.

Qualifying Marks for Ed.CET: A minimum of 37 marks (25 percent) is required to qualify for Ed.CET. For women who have chosen the physical sciences, mathematics and methodologies; This provision does not apply to SC, ST candidates.

You can see the website for the syllabus for Ed.CET-2022.

Important information

  1. Application Fee: Rs. 650 for General‌ candidates; Rs.500 for BCs; 450 for SC and ST candidates
  2. Last date to apply online: June 7
  3. Corrections in Online Application: June 17 to 24
  4. Hall Tickets Downloading: From July 2
  5. Ed.CET 2022 Date: July 13
  6. Website‌: cets.apsche.ap.gov.in

Admissions in B.Sc Nursing through EAMCET – 2022 – 23

From now on, admission to B.Sc Nursing courses will be on the basis of EAMCET rank, said Higher Education Council Chairman Professor R. Limbadri. He said orders have also been issued in this regard. It has been revealed that this policy will be implemented from the 2022–23 academic year. Limbadri spoke to the media at the council office.

He said the Central Government had recently issued guidelines stating that admission to the Nursing course did not work with the National Eligibility Test (NEET) and that it was clear that admissions could be taken through various examinations at the discretion of the states. In this context, the state government has decided to fill the respective seats through EAMCET ranks. The chairman explained that so far admission in the four-year nursing course has been based on Inter (Bi.P.C) marks.

Last date for the applications (EAMCET) – May 28th
The Board of Higher Education has already issued the EAMCET notification. Applications will be accepted online until May 28. The notification said that M.P.C students should write to the Department of Engineering and those who have done Bi.P.C should write an EAMCET for admission in Agriculture and Medical courses. He said that all Bi.P.C students will have the same exam and after the ranks are announced they will have the opportunity to opt for the Nursing‌ course. EAMCET application deadline was May 28 and there was no need to extend the deadline. Explained that the respective colleges will start the admission process after the ranks are announced.

Total seats in Nursing – 5,300
There are 81 nursing colleges across the state. Of these, 9 are government colleges and 81 are private colleges. The council said there were a total of 5,300, including 680 seats in government colleges and 4,620 seats in private colleges. About 70 per cent of seats in private engineering colleges are filled under the convenor quota. About 60 per cent of the seats in private colleges are in nursing courses. 40% will be filled under the Management quota. Limbadri said the quota for the economically backward sections and all other reservations would be implemented as per the rules and regulations and the relevant provisions were being considered.

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