Eligible applicants can apply online through GUBEDCET’s official application portal for admission to Gauhati University’s Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme beginning October 22, 2021.
B.Ed. Admissions at Gauhati University
Name of exam: Gauhati University B.Ed. Common Entrance Test (GUBEDCET-2021)
Name of course: B.Ed. Programme
Academic session: 2021-2022
Name of university: Gauhati University
Exam type: Common Entrance Test
Duration of exam: 2 hours
Mode of exam: Offline (MCQ)
Date of entrance test: 21st November 2021 (Sunday) from 11 AM to 1:00 PM
Application mode: Online
Application fee: Rs 1100/-
Gauhati University B.Ed Admission Eligibility Criteria
According to NCTE guidelines, a candidate may be eligible to take the GUBEDCET-2021 if he or she has completed a B.A., B.Sc., B.Com., MA/ MSc/M.Com, or comparable degree programme from a recognised Board/University with at least 50% (or 45 percent for SC/ST/OBC/PWD).
Application Fee: A candidate who wishes to apply online for the GUBEDCET-2021 must pay a fee of Rs.1100.00 + Bank Transaction Charge.
How to Apply online for B.Ed Admission at Gauhati University?
Candidates who are interested and eligible can apply for this exam online at the official GUBEDCET Application Portal. Candidates can apply online by following the methods outlined below.
Go to the Important Web-Links section by scrolling down.
Select “Online Application” and then “New User? Register Here” to complete the registration process.
Go to the next stage and log in using the “Online Application” link.
Fill in all of your personal and educational information, as well as any required papers.
Pay your application fee according to your category and submit the form.
Take a printout of the application form at completion.
Important Dates of Gauhati University B.Ed Admission 2021
Starting date of submission of online application: 22nd October 2021
Last date of submission of online application: 1st November 2021
Admit Card available from: 8th to 12th November 2021
Date of the B.Ed. Common Entrance Test: 21st November 2021
Date for Declaration of Merit List: 26th November 2021
Important Web-Links of Gauhati University B.Ed Admission
Online Application: 22/10/2021
GUBEDCET 2021 Specifications
All interested students must take a common entrance test in order to be considered for Gauhati University B.Ed Admission. The following is the GUBEDCET exam structure:
The total number of questions is 100.
GUBEDCET Exam Time: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Type of Questions: Each question will be a multiple-choice question with four possible answers, only one of which will be accurate.
Question Paper Language: The test booklet and OMR will be in English. The test will be based on OMR.
Marking System: Correct answers will receive four points, while incorrect answers will receive one point. There are no deductions for unanswered questions.
Section A: General English (Vocabulary, Tense, Voice, Narration, Prepositions, Correction of sentences, Comprehension) is 120
Section B: General Knowledge (Indian History, Indian Polity, General Science, Current
affairs) is 120
Section C:Test of Reasoning and Numerical Ability is 120
Section D: Current Indian Education (Issues and Policies) National Policy on Education 2020, Universalization of Elementary Education – Right to Education, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) Secondary Education – Rastriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) is 40
GUBEDCET Examination Centres
Candidates can take the exam at any of the following GUBEDCET-2021 centres, which must be specified when filling out the online application. The candidate must choose one of three examination centres. Based on the viability of each Centre, a candidate will be assigned to one of the following Centers.
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Satellite data from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) revealed that the first instances of stubble burning had begun to occur in portions of Pakistan, Punjab, and Haryana. Farm fires in north India are expected to be more intense this year than in recent years, according to scientists and environmentalists, because of the region’s delayed monsoon retreat. They predicted that this would exacerbate the capital’s poor air quality.
On Tuesday, NASA’s fire map revealed that red dots,’ which denote large-scale flames in an area, have begun to develop in areas of Pakistan, Punjab, and Haryana. By the evening, the numbers had dropped, which scientists ascribed to cloud cover and rain in the area.
On Monday, these states saw a huge number of these red dots,’ with the majority of flames centred in areas like Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, and Faridabad. These flames were largely noticed in Pakistan around Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, and Sargodha.
According to NASA data, the number of stubble burning counts in Punjab and Haryana increased steadily between September 1 and October 1. For example, between September 19 and 21, roughly 40-50 fire counts appeared in Punjab. On September 26, it climbed to 155, then to 220 on September 29, and ultimately to 255 on October 1.
While the numbers were lower in Haryana, a similar pattern was observed. Between September 9 and 16, there were eight to nine stubble fires, increasing to 35 on October 1.
According to NASA experts, Punjab and Haryana might see up to 16,500 stubble fires between October and November, based on the stubble burning pattern.