All those who have passed the B.A/B.Sc Degree examination of any of the Universities in Kerala under the 10+2+3 pattern with single main and two subsidiary subjects or of any University recognized by the University of Kerala as equivalent thereto are eligible for admission subject to the following stipulation regarding marks.
However double or triple main candidates of Kerala University and other Universities will be considered for admission if and only they furnished the photocopies of the eligibility certificate from Kerala University along with the application, stating that their qualifying examination is recognized for seeking admission to B.Ed Degree Course in a particular optional subject.
a. The minimum marks for B.Ed admission is 50% for the Science subjects and 45% for the Arts subjects in part III
b. A minimum of 50% marks in B.A/B.Sc degree examination for part I or Part II Languages viz Malayalam as the case may be. They should posses a Masters Degree in the concerned subject with not less than 50 % marks
Note- Admission based on (b) above only when candidates with
qualification under (a) are not available for that particular subjects.
Choice of Optional Subjects
Ordinarily the optional subject for the B.Ed course should be the same
as the one which the student has selected as the main subject for
Eligibility for each option
1. ENGLISH - BA Degree with English Language and Literature with 45% Marks for part III. OR
BA/B.Sc Degree with 50% marks for Part II English out of a total of
maximum 300 marks and 50% marks for Masters Degree in English
Language and Literature.
2. HINDI - BA Degree with Hindi Language with 45% Marks for part III. OR
BA/B.Sc Degree with 50% marks for Part II Hindi out of a total of
maximum 300 marks and 50% marks for Masters Degree in Hindi
3. MATHEMATICS - B.Sc Degree with Mathematics/Statistics main with 50% marks for part
III. Candidates with Statistics Main degree should have studied
Mathematics as one of the Subsidiary subjects.
4. NATURAL SCIENCE - B.Sc Degree in Zoology or Botany with Botany and Zoology respectively
as compulsory subsidiary subjects securing not less than 50% marks
under part III. Candidates with two main and three main degrees of
other Universities should have studied Botany and Zoology, one subject
being equivalent to the main and the other equivalent to the
subsidiary, or both subjects being equivalent to the main for getting
admission to B.Ed Natural Science.
5. PHYSICAL SCIENCE - B.Sc degree in Physics or Chemistry with Chemistry and Physics respectively as compulsory subsidiary subjects securing not less than 50% marks under part III. The two main and three main degree holders of other Universities will be considered for admission to B.Ed Physical Science, if and only they have studied both Physics and Chemistry, one subject being equivalent to the Main and the other equivalent to the subsidiary or both subjects being equivalent to the main.
6. SOCIAL SCIENCE - BA Degree with History main with 45% marks for part III or BA with Politics/Economics/Islamic History under part III(45% marks) with at least one paper in History as subsidiary.
Mode of Selection and Weightage of marks
a) Selection of candidates will be on the basis of marks obtained by
them in the BA / B.Sc / MA / MCom degree examination together with
weightage given for various factors stipulated by the University.
b) A weightage of 5% marks scored by the candidate for BA / B.Sc / MCom part III will be added for the students from Kerala University.
c) Locality- 10 marks will be given to candidates who belong to the
revenue district(permanently) in which the college is situated..
d) Teaching Experience- 0.1 marks for every month of approved teaching
service subject to a maximum of 5 marks. This benefit will be given
only to the teachers of Aided Schools, Govt.schools and colleges.
e) Sports- 1% marks for candidates who represented the University / State
/ National in sports or games as follows:- part III- 10 marks, for
science and 8 marks for Arts subjects and 3 marks for part I
English/part II Language.
f) Post Graduate Degree- Weightage of
15 marks for 1st class, 10 marks for 2nd class, 5 marks for 3rd class
will be given to Post Graduate Degree holders provided the post
graduation is in the subject for which the candidate seeks admission to
the B.Ed Course.
g) 5 marks will be given to candidates with a minimum of 2 years
attendance in NCC/NSS at graduate level (certificate from the competent
authority should be attached).
Reservation of Seats
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes reservation (SC/ST quota), SC 8%
ST 2% of the total seats, Vacancies in the SC/ST quota will be filled
by OEC candidates. OEC candidates admitted against seats reserved for
SC/ST candidates (for want of sufficient number of SC/ST candidates)
shall be required to possess the minimum marks prescribed for SEBC
a) Reservation under socially and Educational backward classes (SEBC
Latin Catholic other than Anglo Indians 2%
SIUC /converted from Scheduled Caste to Christianity 1%
Other Backward Hindus 5%
b) One seat will be reserved in each subject in each college for teachers of Govt. /Aided schools.
c) Two seats will be reserved in each college for sports men who have represented the Nation/State/University.
d) One seat each will be reserved for students who have been awarded Kalathilakam/ Kalaprathibha at each colleges.
e) 3% of the seats in each college will be reserved for Physically Challenged students (including partially blind).
f) Two seats in each college will be reserved for Ex-Servicemen, their
dependants and dependants of service personnel.
(Son/daughter/wife/husband). The priority of allotment of seats will be
in the order. First Ex-Servicemen, second dependant of ex-servicemen
third dependants of service personnel irrespective of marks secured by
g) Two seats will be reserved in each college for repatriates from Burma and Sreelanka.