After the common medical test (National Eligibility and Entrance Test) which made its debut last year, the Union Government is now pitching for common BEd test and a common engineering test.
This means, all the students who are aspiring for these courses have to gear up to compete at a bigger level.
While experts say that this will enhance the quality of the courses, students feel that the standards may become tougher for them.
Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development Upendra Kushwaha had stated in a document available with Bangalore Mirror that the National Council for Teacher Education which has been mandated for the regulation and development of teacher education sector in the country is in the process of finalising the methodology for conduct of an All India Entrance Exam for the BEd programme. Read more
Source: Bangalore Mirror