Authorities will declare the result of the Delhi University B.Ed entrance exam hopefully in the month of July 2022. The result along with the merit list of the candidate will be displayed through online mode. Candidates who clear the entrance exam will be allowed to take part in the further selection process. Admissions will be granted to the candidates as per their performance in the entrance exam. Check out the detailed information related to the DU B.Ed Result 2022 from this post below.
- No provision will be provided for re-checking or re-evaluation of the result.
- The result of the entrance exam will be declared online and no rank card/ score card will be sent to the individual candidates.
- You can also find a direct link for the result on this page once it is activated by the authorities.
- Mere clearing the exam does not indicate admission but will depend on fulfillment of eligibility and other conditions.
- Candidates who fail to submit important documents at the time of admission will not be entitled to admission.
DU B.Ed Result 2022 Important Dates
The tentative dates related to DU B.Ed Result 2022 are provided in the table below:
|Entrance exam date||June 2022, 3rd week|
|Result announcement||July 2022, 2nd week|
|Counseling will commence from||July 2022, 3rd week|
How to check the DU B.Ed Result 2022?
The result of the B.Ed entrance exam will be published on the official website of the University of Delhi, Department of Education. Follow the step by step instructions given below to check your exam result.
- Go the official Delhi University website www.doe.du.ac.in.
- Now, under the Admissions tab, you can find the link to check the B.Ed result. Click on this link.
- You will be asked to provide the details like roll number, application number, date of birth, etc.
- Enter these details correctly and click on the Submit button.
- Your entrance exam result will then be displayed on the screen.
Preparation of Merit List
- On the basis of the performance in the DU B.Ed entrance test a merit list of the candidates will be drawn by the authorities.
- The list will be displayed on the official website of the Delhi University and of Department of Education.
- An overall merit list will be prepared for admission of the candidates to different subject categories.
- Mere display of the candidate’s name in the merit list does not guarantee the final selection for admission and will depend on other criteria as well.
Tie Breaking Criteria
- If two or more candidates score equal marks in the entrance exam, their merit will be decided after applying proper tie breaker rules.
- The rules for breaking the tie will be as per the guidelines provided by the University.
- Although the merit list will be prepared combined for different subject categories, different tie breaking rules will be applied.
- Based on factors like merit in entrance test, candidate’s category, subject category & availability of teaching subjects in institutes, seats will be allotted to the candidates.
- Candidate’s preference of institutions will also be taken into consideration while allotting seat.
- Once allotted, no provision for changing the institute will be provided to the candidates.
- Selected applicants need to report to the allotted institute within the stipulated date and time to complete the formality of admission.
The following documents in original and two sets of photocopies should be carried while reporting for admission:
- Photo identity proof
- Application form printout
- Entrance test admit card
- Two latest passport size photographs
- High School/ Secondary School Certificate with date of birth
- Statement of marks of graduation and post graduation (all years)
- Provisional certificate or degree of the qualifying examination
- Category certificate, for reserved category candidates
- Character Certificate from the institution last attended or any gazetted officer
- No Objection Certificate from the employer and a letter of sanction of study leave for a period of two years, for employed candidates
Reservation of seats shall be in the following manner:
- Scheduled Caste (SC): 15% of total intake in the course
- Scheduled Tribe (ST): 7.5% of total intake in the course
- Other Backward Classes (OBC): 27% of total intake in the course
- Persons with Disabilities (PWD): 5% of the total seats
- Children/ Widows of eligible Armed Forces Personnel including Para Military Forces (CW category): 5% of the total seats
- Foreign Nationals: 5% of the total seats in the course will be kept for foreign nationals