Ed.CET Syllabus 2014

Education Common Entrance Test-2014 (Ed.CET-2014) will be conducted by the Convener, Ed.CET-2014, Department of Education, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam on behalf of the Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education for admission into B.Ed. Regular Course in the Colleges of Education in Andhra Pradesh for the academic year 2014-2015. Scheme of Examination for Ed.CET 2014:  The Education Common Entrance Test 2014 (Ed.CET 2014) common entrance test will be of objective type (multiple choice) examination. Candidate has to answer 150 questions in two hours time. 


Qualifying Marks: 

The qualifying marks in the Entrance Test for all candidates (except SC/ST) is 37 out of total marks (i.e. 25%). For the candidates belonging to SC/ST communities there will be no qualifying marks for ranking. There will be no minimum qualifying marks for women in Physical Sciences / Mathematics methodologies. 


Results Ranking: Candidates will be ranked in each methodology in the order of merit on the basis of marks obtained in Ed.CET-2013 examination. 


Where there is a tie in total marks, Part-C marks will be taken into account to decide relative ranking. In case of further tie, the marks obtained in Part-A will be taken into account to decide relative ranking. In case of candidates getting equal marks in each of the parts of the test paper, they shall be bracketed for the purpose of award of rank. At the time of admission into the course, age shall be taken into consideration for relative ranking among the bracketed candidatets and the older candidates shall be given priority. The rank obtained in Ed.CET-2013 is valid for entry into B.Ed. course for the academic year 2013-2014 only.



Part-A: General English         : 25 questions for 25 marks



Part-B: 1) General Knowledge : 15 questions for 15 marks
             2) Teaching Aptitude   : 10 questions for 10 marks 



Part-C: Methodology: 

Candidate has to choose one of the following subjects. It consists of 100 questions for 100 marks. 

1) Mathematics                   : 100 questions for 100 marks


2) Physical Sciences          : 100 questions for 100 marks
 (i) Physics                        : 50 questions for 50 marks
 (ii) Chemistry                 : 50 questions for 50 marks


3) Biological Sciences            : 100 questions for 100 marks
 (i) Botany                           : 50 questions for 50 marks
 (ii) Zoology                           : 50 questions for 50 marks


4) Social Studies                   : 100 questions for 100 marks
 (i) Geography                 : 35 questions for 35 marks
 (ii) History                         : 30 questions for 30 marks
 (iii) Civics                        : 15 questions for 15 marks
 (iv) Economics                    : 20 questions for 20 marks


5) English                        : 100 questions for 100 marks 






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