B.Ed Course Update: 2-Year Course will Continue for 4-5 Years

The most recent update regarding the two year course of B.Ed is that the course will continue for next four to five years. The integrated 4-years course will start from next year, however that may be for people who want to do the B.Ed course directly after their 10+2.

Is the two year course B.Ed going to completely end?

Is it going to be of four years now instead of two?

What exactly will happen to those who are already graduated?

We receive numerous calls on each day with the above mentioned questions. There’s a lot of unsurety and misinformation among people regarding B. Ed. Course.

According to officials the statements given in 2018 February said that in 2019 the two year B.Ed will be revamped by 4 years integrated course.

At that time several questions or doubts were left unanswered. Therefore, it created a ‘Havoc’ like situation by several people for their own personal benefit.

Recently, this particular topic was raised again in Lok Sabha, by which many misconceptions have been cleared by HRD minister Mr. Prakash Javadekar. He stated that the existing B.Ed courses will still be there in place after the roll-out of the integrated programmes on teacher education. In addition, he also stated that it takes four to five years in migration.

After this the picture is completely clear now. Though the B.Ed 2 year’s course will end but not right now or next year, however it’ll take 4 to five years to phase it out completely.

Online Registration for B.Ed Admissions in 2-Years Course

The 4 years integrated course will be for XII passed out students and two years course will be for graduates. Its similar to LLB course that one can do either BA-LLB after XII or LLB right after graduation. So the B.Ed course will be similar to BA-B.Ed, B.Com-B.Ed, B.Sc-B.Ed (4-year integrated course) for people who have passed their higher secondary school (10+2 class) and B.Ed (2-year) course will for people who have completed their Graduation with 50% marks.

We hope this clears all, if you still have any doubt then feel free to contact us – Cambridge College of Education.