Muzaffarpur, Jasn. More than 1.50 lakh students have applied for about 37 thousand seats earmarked for enrollment in 343 BEd colleges in 14 universities of the state. In such a situation, five students are claiming for each seat. The process of application for B.Ed has been done by Kendra Lalit Narayan Mithila University. Saturday was the last date for application with late fee. Till this day 1.84 lakh students have registered on the website. Out of this, 1.50 lakh students filled the form and paid their fees. At the same time, the form of 26 thousand students remained incomplete. The form of 8569 students was filled, but due to non-payment, they were separated. Dr. Ashok Mehta, State Nodal Officer of B.Ed said that from May 22 to 24, students will be given the option of editing. Students who have any discrepancy in their application can make corrections in their application. After this, the admit card will be issued on June 9. Also, the entrance exam will be conducted on June 23.
BRA Bihar University has the highest number of colleges in the state
BRA Bihar University has the highest number of B.Ed colleges in the state. BEd is taught in 59 colleges here. At the same time, 58 in Patliputra University, 48 in Magadh University, 33 in Aryabhatta Knowledge University, 33 in Lanami, 31 in Maulana Mazrul Haq V., 20 in VKSU Arrah, 15 in TMU Bhagalpur, 14 in JPU Chapra, BNMU Madhepura. There are 13 in Purnia V. 10, Munger V. 5, Patna V. 3 and KSDSU Darbhanga in one college. A total of 343 colleges, including 14 universities, offer B.Ed courses.
Hundreds of university students were denied application
The result of graduation third year was released by the university 21 days ago, but the result could not be improved. Due to this hundreds of students were deprived of applying for admission in B.Ed. While applying for B.Ed, serial number of graduation third year mark sheet was being sought. It was not visible on the mark sheet because of the pending result. On Saturday also, there was a rush of students to improve the results of the examination. He said that even after 15 days of applying to the college, the result did not improve. Due to this the dream of enrolling in B.Ed could not be fulfilled this year also. Here, Controller of Examinations Dr. Sanjay Kumar said that the students who applied through the college. Their result has been improved. Due to not getting the marks of first and second year, the result of some students is pending. That too is being repaired.
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