BEd CET 2019 Admit Card released by Nalanda University

Nalanda University – The Admit Card for the Combined Entrance Test (CET) for Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) admission test 2019 has been released by the Nalanda Open University, as per TOI report. The CET B.Ed 2019 Admit Card is available on the official website for download, biharcetbed.com.

The Bihar Nalanda University B.Ed CET Entrance Examination will be held on March 10, 2019, on Sunday and the results will be out on March 20, Wednesday, noted the report. The candidates can download the Admit Card by login in and entering their registration numbers and date of birth (in dd/mm/yy format) in the form.

Key dates

  • Date of entrance examination is on March 10, Sunday
  • Date of Declaration of Entrance Examination is March 20, Wednesday
  • Advertisement for centralised counselling and college choice filling for B.Ed Admission 2019 is March 23, Saturday
  • The last date of online registration for counselling is April 5, Friday
  • The last date of online choice filling is April 10, Wednesday
  • Locking of choices and automatic locking of choice is on April 10 up to 11.59 P.M. on Wednesday
  • The first round of seat allotment is on April 16, Tuesday
  • Payment of seat acceptance fee of Rs.2,000 followed by reporting at the counselling centre for documents verification after the first round of allotment is April 17 to April 30, Wednesday to Tuesday
  • Payment of admission confirmation fee of Rs.1000 (after the first round of document verification) is from May 1-4, Wednesday to Saturday
  • Reporting at allotted institute and depositing Institute balance admission fee is May 6-15, Monday to Wednesday
  • The second round of seat allotment is May 5, Sunday
  • Payment of seat acceptance fee of Rs.2000 followed by reporting at the counselling centre for documents verification after the second round of allotment is from May 6-12, Monday to Sunday
  • Payment of admission confirmation fee of Rs.1000 (after the second round of document verification) is May 13-15, Monday to Wednesday
  • Reporting at allotted institute and depositing institute balance admission fee is from May 15-30, Wednesday to Tuesday
  • The third round of seat allotment is on May 16, Thursday
  • Seat acceptance fee of Rs.2,000 followed by reporting at the counselling centre for documents verification after the third round of allotment is from May 17-22, Friday to Wednesday
  • Payment of provisional admission confirmation fee of Rs.1,000 (after the third round of document verification) is from May 22-24, Wednesday to Friday
  • Reporting at allotted institute and depositing institute balance admission fee is from May 25 to June 10, Saturday to Monday
  • Vacancy declaration for state spot round (SSR) is on June 12, Wednesday
  • Fresh registration for SSR payment of SSR fee, Rs.3,000 for UR (Rs.2,000 SSR participation fee+ Preregistration fee), Rs.2,750 for BC/EBC/WBE/PwD (Rs.2000 SSR participation fee+ Rs750, registration fee) and Rs.2500 for SC/ST (Rs.2,000 SSR participation fee+ Rs.500 registration fee) from June 13-17, Thursday to Monday
  • Online choice filling for SSR is June 18, Tuesday
  • Automatic locking of choices is June 19, Wednesday
  • SSR seat allotment is on June 20, Thursday
  • Reporting at counselling centre after SSR seat allotment and document verification of SSR registered candidates is from June 21-25, Friday to Tuesday
  • Reporting of candidates, who will be allotted seat in SSR, at allotted institute depositing institute balance admission fee (last date of admission for 2019) June 26-28, Wednesday to Friday
  • Classes begin (commencement of academic session) July 1, Monday

The pattern of Entrance Test

The question booklet consists of 120 objective type questions each carrying one mark. A maximum mark allotted to the Entrance Test is 120. OMR sheet/answer sheet shall be provided for answering the questions.

  • General English Comprehension, the number of questions is 15 and marks is 15
  • General Hindi 15 and 15
  • Logical and analytical reasoning 25 and 25
  • General awareness 40 and 40
  • Teaching-Learning Environment in schools 25 and 25

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