Interested aspirants for this course are required to fulfill the below-mentioned eligibility criteria:
- Completed 10+2 from a recognized board
- Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics at 10+2 are preferred
- Above 50% marks or equivalent at 10+2 level
Candidates who completed their certification program in the stream of science must have 60% or above marks
D.El.Ed.: Admission Process
Admission process for this course in most of the colleges is based on entrance exam which is different for respective institutions. Candidates who cleared this entrance exam are further called for a round of personal interview. Questions from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects of 10+2 level are asked in the entrance exam.
Questions are asked in 3 sections in this exam. Separate cut off list for each section is issued. Those who cleared the cut off are selected for the course in various colleges.
National School of Open Learning is an “open school” that caters to needs of
students by providing education to interested learners by making available
courses/programmes through open and distance learning (ODL) mode. NIOS
provides D.El.Ed. course for a span of two years.
D.El.Ed. NIOS: Course Fee
Tuition Fee for D.El.Ed course is nearly INR 4500 to 6000 per annum.
D.El.Ed. NIOS: Eligibility
Students need to fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria for admission to D.El.Ed. (ODL). For untrained in-service teachers, the minimum qualification required is 50% marks (5% relaxable for reserved category) in 10+2 or any equivalent degree.
D.El.Ed. NIOS: Application Process
The application process for D.El.Ed. course will start tentatively in the month of August 2018 and it lasts for one month, that is September 2018. In some cases, The conducting body decides to extend the registration process for nearly 10 to 15 days in order to allow teachers to register if they haven’t.