About The Bachelor of Elementary Education(B.El.Ed.)

Regular Fees : Updating

Self Finance Fees : Updating

Fee Structure 2017-18
(For all semesters and changes are subject to notice)


Duration 4 Years

Divided into semesters of
equal length.

The full form of B.El.Ed. is Bachelor of Elementary Education. B.El.Ed. is designed to integrate the study of subject knowledge, human development, pedagogic knowledge and communication skills with higher education in the Academic Sector.Both professional and academic options are available to students who graduate with a B.El.Ed. Degree.

Course Content

About Syllabus

The syllabus can roughly be divided into the following parts -foundation courses, core courses, pedagogy courses, subject-wise courses and practical training.By the end of the academic program, students will be well versed in topics like – child development and learning, teaching skills, pedagogy and elementary level subjects.

Does it mean that we will get jobs after completing it?

Yes! It means that after four years of rigorous training you will be a professionally qualified teacher. Whether you want to teach right away or pursue higher education, will, of course, depend on what you wish to do further.

Is it a recognized programme?

Certainly. It is recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).It was initiated by the Maulana Azad Centre for Elementary and Social Education (MACESE), Delhi University in the year 1994-1995.

But is it available in English only?

Not at all! It is a bilingual programme. Instruction is in both English medium and Hindi medium.

  1. Professional degree
  2. Eligible to teach up to Class 8
  3. Both Academic & Career option
  4. Admission in 8 elite colleges
  5. Better Pay Package
  6. Includes Teaching Internship in final year
  7. Eligible for other Govt. Jobs


  1. General candidates require at least 50% marks in each of the four subjects (chosen from List A–C) and the aggregate of minimum 55% in the same four subjects
  2. OBC candidates will get a relaxation of 10%. They require 45% (10% relaxation from 50%) in each of the four subjects chosen and an aggregate of 49.5% (10% relaxation from 55%) in the same four subjects
  3. SC/ST Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination (12th standard), i.e. of CBSE or any other Board recognized as equivalent to the CBSE

Registration Form can be downloaded from the link given below