New Delhi: Lucknow University will be holding the joint entrance exam for B.Ed. courses (UP B.Ed. JEE) on August 9, 2020. A total of 4,31,904 candidates will take the exam this year.
Lucknow University conducts UP B.Ed. Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for admission to B.Ed. programme offered by 16 universities across the state.
“For the smooth conduct, 19 nodal centres have been made in 73 districts of the state,” Professor Amita Bajpai, State Exam Coordinator said.
She further said, this time, the no private college or school has been made test centre.
UP B.Ed. JEE will be objective in nature. The exam will consist of two papers.
Paper one will have two sections – General Knowledge and Hindi language. Both sections will include 50 questions each. The second paper will also have two sections – General Aptitude Test, and Subject Aptitude (Arts/Science/Commerce/Agriculture). This paper will also have 50 questions each in both parts.
Candidates who qualify the entrance exam will be eligible to appear for the online counselling process for allotment of seat. Initially, the exam was scheduled in the month of April however, was delayed in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, candidates were also allowed to change their exam centres.