Preparation Tips For Bihar B Ed Entrance Examination

Preparation Tips For Bihar B. Ed Entrance Examination

B.Ed entrance examination in Bihar is conducted by one of the state universities every year. A candidate is required to clear this entrance examination for gaining admission to the B. Ed course. Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU), Darbhanga is conducting the Bihar B.Ed entrance exam 2020.

Before appearing for the exam, the candidate has to qualify every aspect of the examination and then plan a strategy for preparation. Here are given below some suggestions which will help you prepare better and clear the  Bihar B. Ed Entrance Examination.

Who is Eligible To Appear in the B. Ed Entrance Exam

  • A candidate must have completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Arts, Commerce, Science or equivalent streams with at least 50% marks from a recognized board/university.
  • There is generally no minimum age limit for entry to the B. Ed courses.

B.Ed Admission Process 2020

The admission in B. Ed curriculum in Bihar is granted through an entrance exam, for which details are available on the website of the Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Kameshwaranagar, Darbhanga. An aspirant has to meet a minimum cut-off mandated by them for qualifying the examination.

The aspirant will have to get himself registered on the university website, https://bihar-cetbed-lnmu.in/index  by filling the online form as per instructions given on the website. After registration, the candidate shall upload documents such as a photograph, Left thumb impression and signature. After filling the application form, the candidate will have to select test center of his choice and pay application fee.

Entrance Exams Pattern

The general pattern for the entrance examination for admission to the B. Ed courses entails multiple-choice questions-based examination that tests the domain knowledge and the general aptitude of the aspirants. The paper will consist of 120 questions with one mark for each right answer. There is negative marking for every incorrect answer which is 0.25 mark.

The table below shows the registration schedule of B. Ed Entrance Exams 2020 as given by the Bihar b ed official website.

Opening of Online Application Form 01.02.2020
Closing Date of Online Application Form 02.03.2020
Last Date Editing in Application Form 04.03.2020
Last Date of Payment of Entrance Test Fee 05.03.2020
Date of Download of Admit Card (Tentative) 23.03.2020 to 29.03.2020
Date of Entrance Test (Tentative) will be notified later

Syllabus for B. Ed Entrance Exam 2020

For Bihar B. Ed entrance exams, the questions are set as per the syllabus given below. An aspirant must prepare the following sections to clear the exam

Main Section Topics
General English Comprehension Fill in the Blanks Antonyms/Synonyms.
Idioms & Phrases Spelling Error and

One-word Substitution

Logical & Analytical Reasoning Statement and Courses of Action,

Statement and Conclusions

Punch lines

Situation Reaction Tests

Cause & Effect,

Analytical Reasoning

Syllogism
Deriving Conclusion

Assertion and Reason

Statement and Arguments

Statement and Assumptions

General Awareness General Science

Five-year plan

Current Affairs

other Miscellaneous question

History

Geography

Polity

Question related to social Issue

Teaching-Learning Environment in

Schools

Management of Physical Resources in School

– Need and Effects

Students Related Issues; Teacher Students

relationship, Motivation, discipline, leadership

etc.

Teaching and Learning process;

Ideal teacher, Effective teaching, handling of students, classroom communication, etc.

Curricular and extracurricular activities

such as Debate, Sports, Cultural activities, etc.

Management of Human Resources in School – Principal, Teachers and Non-teaching staffs Physical Environment: Elements

of Positive Learning Environment.

 

सामान्य हिंदी

संधि/ समास

उपसर्ग और प्रत्यय

रस/छंद/अलंकार

मुहावरे और लोकोक्तियाँ/कहावतें

अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द

गद्यांश

रिक्त स्थानों की पूर्ती, व्याकरण

पर्यायवाची/विपरीतार्थक शब्द

संस्कृत

(केवल शिक्षा शास्त्री के लिए)

संधि/ समास

उपसर्ग और प्रत्यय

रस/छंद/अलंकार

मुहावरे और लोकोक्तियाँ/कहावतें

अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द

गद्यांश

रिक्त स्थानों की पूर्ती, व्याकरण

पर्यायवाची/विपरीतार्थक शब्द

After the candidate has understood all aspects of entrance exams and filled the application form by paying the exam fee, it is the time to make preparations in such a way that he can clear the exam without any hurdle. Given below are some suggestions which will help him prepare in a better way:

  • Prepare a Comprehensive Strategy

Time management is a key to success. Therefore, the first and most important task is to make a time table and design a goal-based strategy that will help you cover the entire syllabus and leave time for revision.  You can plan in such a way that your weaker topics get more time. You may and tick off the topics from your goal list as you master them.

  • Make Short Study Notes

collect the best possible study material and make short and crisp notes. This little extra effort will help you in a long way. These crisp pointers will help you in quickly revising the entire syllabus.

  • Practice Mock Tests & Previous Year Question Papers

Solving the mock tests and sample papers regularly on a daily basis is of utmost importance for enhancing your accuracy as well as the speed. After solving a test, analyze it thoroughly and note down your mistakes. You should then, pay more attention to them while revising.

  • Stay Positive and Healthy

A positive attitude keeps you confident during preparations and you do not waste time in unnecessary thoughts regarding the outcome of exams. You should have a firm belief in your efforts, and in no case, the negativity should come in your thoughts. Take good care of your health, because a fit body hosts a healthy mind. Hence, you must eat well, stay hydrated and get a good night’s sleep, so that you can concentrate better on achieving your goal.

Do’s and Don’ts for the Day of Examination

  • Reach the examination center at least half an hour before the reporting time.
  • Begin with solving the questions that you are absolutely sure about.
  • If you come across a particularly difficult question, avoid spending too much time on it.
  • Because there is no negative marking, do not leave any blanks in the answer sheet.
  • Attempt all the questions, each mark is an added advantage.
  • Mark the answers in the OMR sheet carefully.
  • Try to attempt all the questions, but keep an eye on the time also.
  • Don’t take any stress. Try to remain calm and positive during the examination.

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