B.Ed Admission 2016

All states of India require special training for teachers in public schools that call bachelor of education (B.Ed) degree. There are different special subjects in B.Ed Course; it varies on state by state. Brundaban Study Point offers some special subjects for B.Ed admission 2016 in Kolkata and West Bengal. The subjects are below:

  • B.Ed Admission in Arabic Language
  • B.Ed Admission in Urdu Language
  • B.Ed Admission in Hindi Pandit Language
  • B.Ed Admission in Telugu Language

Getting your B.Ed degree in your own subjects is the surest way to start teaching career. Accredited colleges and universities today offer exceptional B.Ed programs for prospective teachers and school employees that are tailored to meet state certification requirements. When you start your educational career with a Bachelor of Education, you are placing yourself on the fast track toward becoming a certified teacher. Teacher certification requirements vary by state (contact your State Department of Education for requirements in your state), but nearly all state requirements are satisfied by a well-rounded undergraduate and post graduate distance learning courses.

To work in public schools and some private schools in West Bengal, teachers must be professionally licensed or certified in B.Ed degree / B.Ed Training from any state of India.

B.Ed trained teachers assist in developing Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) for each individual student. The Individualized Education Program is designed to develop individual goals for the student and is modified to the student’s abilities and needs. B.Ed trained teachers go over the IEP with the child’s parents, general education teachers, and school administrators. They work very closely with parents to keep them updated on progress and make recommendations to promote learning in the home.

What does a B.Ed Trained Teacher do?

B.Ed trained teachers work with students who have a wide range of special needs and disabilities. These specially-trained educators create and apply appropriate curricula and assign activities that are specific to each student’s abilities and needs. Trained teachers also involve themselves in each student’s academic, social and behavioural development. Some trained teachers need to complete a period of fieldwork commonly referred to as student teaching, before they can work as a teacher.

  1. Important Qualities
  2. Communication skills.
  3. Critical-thinking skills.
  4. Interpersonal skills.
  5. Patience.
  6. Resourcefulness.