Indore: 30% seats vacant, BEd registrations start again

A total of three rounds were granted by the Department of Higher Education (DHE) for admission to teacher education programmes including BEd, MEd, BPEd and MPEd.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 11:06 PM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Nearly 30 per cent seats are still lying vacant in BEd colleges in Indore even as registrations for an additional round of centralised online counselling started on Tuesday.

A total of three rounds were granted by the Department of Higher Education (DHE) for admission to teacher education programmes including BEd, MEd, BPEd and MPEd. As most seats remained vacant in BEd colleges, the DHE granted an additional round two days ago.

There are a total 34 BEd colleges having a total intake capacity of 3,600 students in the city. Of 3,600 seats, 1,081 are still lying vacant.

A closer look at admission data revealed that the maximum number of seats has been filled in New Era College followed by Comp-feeders College, Oxford.

As many as 90 out of 100 seats were filled in New Era College followed by 88 seats in Comp-feeders College, 87 in Oxford College.

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