SHIKSHA-SHASTRI (B.Ed)

Procedure of Admission

  • The eligible candidates have to take a common entrance test, called Combined-Shiksha-Shastri Test, conducted in May every year on all India basis. The candidates in the merit list are called for counselling and allotment of the campus. The application form for the test is available from February onwards. The guidelines are issued by the Sansthan along with application form separately 80% seats are reserved for the candidates who have obtained Shastri/ Acharya degree studying under the traditional system. 20% seats shall be available for the candidates who have obtained B.A. (Sanskrit)/ M.A.(Sanskrit) under the modern system. There is also reservation in campus such as 20% for campus students and 30% for the students of catchment area.

Eligibility for Shiksha Shashtri Course

1. Shastri/B.A.(Sanskrit), Acharya/M.A.(Sanskrit) or equivalent from any recognized University with a minimum of 50 per cent marks (45 per cent for ST/SC / Differently-Abled candidates).

2. The candidate should have completed 15 years of education under 10+2+3 system.

 3. The age of the candidate should not be less than 20 years on 01.10.2017.

Shiksha Shashtri Course

 A) THEORY = 1200

 Marks There are 7 theory papers in 1st year and 5 papers in 2nd year. Each paper carry 100 Marks.

B) PRACTICALS = 800 Marks

For 1st year practical work 400 marks and 400 marks for 2nd year practical work.

Total Marks for 2 year Course = Theory 1200 + Practical 800 = 2000 Marks