Overview : Considered to be the noblest profession, Teaching has always been one of the most popular career choices among students. However, to become a teacher at the pre-nursery, nursery, primary, secondary and senior secondary levels in schools or to become a professor at the college/university level, aspirants need to possess the right qualifications.

B.Ed is the bachelor’s degree undertaken to take up teaching as a profession. However, it is worth knowing that B.Ed or Bachelor of Education is not an undergraduate degree and to pursue this course one needs to have completed his/her graduation. Thus, B.Ed is a professional course and right after completing this course, students can get a job at the school level. The B.Ed course duration is typically two years. B.Ed course fees vary from college to college and depend on different parameters such as the type of institution (government/ private).

B.Ed Eligibility
Educational Qualification: Candidates need to have completed their graduation in any stream (that is, Arts, Science or Commerce) in order to fulfill B.Ed eligibility criteria. However, most B.Ed colleges allow candidates to take part in their admission process for B.Ed course if they have graduated with at least 45% to 50% aggregate marks at the UG level.
Age Limit: For B.Ed admissions, there is no age bar. However, admission process of B.Ed colleges require candidates to be minimum 20 years of age.    

B.Ed Admission Process & Entrance Exams
B.Ed admission is done on the basis of entrance exams. The pattern of popular B.Ed entrance exams is such that aspirants need to attempt questions from two or three sections.

B.Ed Careers & Jobs
On completing Bachelor of Education, aspirants can become teachers at the primary, secondary and senior secondary levels in schools. 
Candidates with a B.Ed degree can apply for jobs at all government and private schools