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M.ed through Distance education in Delhi

REGULAR M.ED FROM MDU,HARYANA

Bachelor of Education (M.Ed.) is a postgraduate course which is often provided by Delhi Degree College to all the aspirants who wishes to pursue a successful career in a domain of teaching. It’s an obvious fact that a degree from a renowned university for B.Ed. is mandatory for teaching both at the secondary i.e. IX & X standards and higher secondary i.e. XI & XII standards. Thus, we welcome all the aspirants who want to opt B.ed either on regular or distance basis and serve them with a degree provided by MAHARISHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK, HARYANA.

A minimum of 50% marks in graduation are needed for an entry into M.Ed. Besides this, we also provide free of cost additional services such as Weekend Classes in Delhi, Books and Study Material, Practical Files, Question Bank and Subject Notes.

Other needed qualifications are mention below:

  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
  • Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.)

Additionally, while the candidates from the Arts stream are often trained to teach the subjects such as:

  • History
  • Civics
  • Geography
  • Languages

while the aspirants from the Science stream are trained with

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

Besides this, the duration of the REGULAR B.ED FROM MDU, HARYANA is of two years. One must also note the advantages of pursuing the B.ed through Distance education in Delhi. Its that after the completion of this degree, you can also pursue Master of Education (M.Ed.) with new opportunities and horizons which get opened for a bright future and successive career. Our foundation with Delhi Degree College is considered as a statutory body which regulates the teacher training course on frequent time intervals. We fully emphasize on a quality education for all and so produce our services with an eye to eye and one to one human interaction with all our enrolled students.