Up Bed Jee 2021 Postponed Due To Covid, Check Official Notification Here @lkouniv.ac.in: Results.amarujala.com

Up Bed Jee 2021 Postponed Due To Covid, Check Official Notification Here @lkouniv.ac.in: Results.amarujala.com

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UP BEd JEE 2021
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The University of Lucknow has announced to postpone the UP B.Ed Joint Entrance Exam 2021 which was scheduled to be held on May 19, 2021. As per the official notification, the decision has been taken due to the prevailing situation across the country caused by the COVID-19. The new dates for the B.Ed Joint Entrance Exam will be notified soon by the varsity.

The online registration process for Joint Entrance Examination for Bachelor’s in Education was commenced from February 18 to March 15, 2021. 

Click Here to Read the Official Notification

UP B.Ed JEE 2021: Important Dates
 

EventsDate
Online Registration Process CommencesFebruary 18, 2021
Online Registration Process Last Date Without Late FeesMarch 15, 2021
Release of Admit CardTo be Notified
UP B.Ed JEE 2021 Exam DateTo be Notified
Result Declaration

To be Notified

 

UP BEd JEE 2020 Exam Pattern:

UP B.Ed JEE consists of two papers:

In paper 1, there are 100 questions carrying 200 marks in total. Out of these 100 questions, 50 questions are from General Knowledge and 50 questions are from English/Hindi language. The duration of the written exam will be 03 hours.

In paper 2, there are 100 questions again, carrying a total of 200 marks. Out of these 100 questions, 50 questions are from General Aptitude Test and 50 questions are subject-specific; Art/ Science/ Commerce/ Agriculture. The duration of the written exam will be 03 hours.

For more details, candidates are advised to keep an eye on the official website of the University of Lucknow.

Official Website: www.lkouniv.ac.in

Highlights

– The University of Lucknow has announced to postpone the UP B.Ed Joint Entrance Exam 2021 which was scheduled to be held on May 19, 2021.
– As per the official notification, the decision has been taken due to the prevailing situation across the country caused by the COVID-19.
 

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