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Directorate of Higher Education
Maharashtra State
M.Ed. Admission Process 2014-15
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FAQ
  • Apr 12 2011 4:15PM

Q1. M.ED CET will be conducted for which colleges?

Admission for the Regular M.Ed. Course run in Government, Non-government Aided, Unaided, Aided and Unaided Minority Colleges of Education in Maharashtra, will be given through the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) by conducting the Common Entrance Test (CET) according to Merit as per the Government Resolution NGC-2004/(41/04) Mashi-3, dated 16 February 2004 by Director of Education (Higher Education) Maharashtra State, Pune, through Single Window System.

It is obligatory that Non-Government Un-aided and Un-aided minority colleges of education will fill in 100% seats through the Centralized Admission Process either from Government CAP or through Association CET followed by Association CAP.

 

Q2. What is the eligibility to apply for M.ED CET?

Candidate who have completed their Graduation/ Post Graduation from recognized Non-Agriculture University/ Agriculture University/Open University/Deemed University in Arts/Science/ Commerce/ Home Science/ / Agriculture Science/ Computer/ Information Technology/Engineering/ B. S. W. faculty in the School/ Higher secondary subjects and the candidates belonging to Open Category who have secured minimum 50% marks, candidates of Backward Class category, who have secured minimum 45% marks and candidates of Outside Maharashtra Universities belonging to all categories who have secured minimum 45% marks at Graduate/Post Graduate degree will be eligible for CET Examination being conducted for M. Ed. Admission.

 

Q3. I am pursuing my BA final year, am I eligible to apply?

The candidates who have appeared for Degree Examination in March/April 2010 are eligible

to appear for CET. The Candidates whose results are declared before the schedule of filling of Option Form and who are qualified as per Rule 1.4 (a) and for English Medium 1.4 (a), (b) and those who will fill in Option Form will be included in the Merit List. The results of Graduation of those candidates will be declared within the process of admission, can fil up the Option Form after declaration of result then his/her name will be included in the further admission Process. Such candidate can not claim his seat according to merit in the admission process conducted before filling up the Option Form.

 

Q4. I wish to appear for M.Ed CET. Where can I get the application form?

You will get application form at MKCL’s ALC center. Details of these centers are available on http://oasis.mkcl.org/bed

 

Q5. I am a reserved category Maharashtra State candidate; I have secured 44% marks in aggregate at Graduation. Am I eligible to appear for M.Ed CET?
No, you are not eligible.

Q6. I am a Open category Maharashtra State candidate, I have secured 49% marks in aggregate at Graduation. Am I eligible to appear for M.Ed CET?
No, you are not eligible.

Q7. What is the Percentage criteria for Open and reserved category candidate to apply for M.Ed CET?How is the percentage calculated?
 

 

Sr. No

Open

Reserved

Graduation

50

45

                                                                   OR

Post Graduate

50

45

 

The merit and minimum eligibility criteria will be decided by considering the total percentage of marks secured by the candidate at the degree level.(Some universities award degrees by considering the marks of Three years, while some award degrees on the basis of consolidating Two years’ of marks and some award degrees on the basis of the marks obtained only in the Third Year.) The calculation of marks should be as per the pattern adopted by the University.

 

Q8.   Is Non-Creamy layer certificate required to be submitted at the time of application form submission?

Attested photo copy of Non-Creamy layer certificate is required to submit at the time of Application form submission.

Q9 I belong to SC category, am I required to submit Non-Creamy layer certificate at the time of application form submission?

No. only for following categories it required

  • De- notified Tribes (14 similar tribes) (VJ/DT)
  • Nomadic Tribes B(28 tribes before January 1990
  • Nomadic Tribes (Dhanagar and Similar tribes) (NT- 2)
  • Nomadic Tribes (Vanjari and Similar tribes ) (NT-3)
  • Other Backward Class (OBC)
  • Special Backward  Category( SBC)

 

Q10.   Is caste certificate required to be submitted at the time of application form submission?

Attested photo copy of caste certificate is required to submit at the time of Application form submission.

Q11 I belong to SC category, am I required to submit caste certificate at the time of application form submission?

For all reserved category candidate it is required to submit caste certificate

  • Scheduled Caste (SC)
  • Scheduled Tribe (ST)
  • De- notified Tribes (14 similar tribes) (VJ/DT)
  • Nomadic Tribes B(28 tribes before January 1990
  • Nomadic Tribes (Dhanagar and Similar tribes) (NT- 2)
  • Nomadic Tribes (Vanjari and Similar tribes ) (NT-3)
  • Other Backward Class (OBC)
  • Special Backward  Category( SBC)

 

Q12.   I belong to Haryana State and my category is OBC? Am I eligible to apply under OBC quota in Maharashtra?

No, constitutional reservation is only for Domicile of Maharashtra Candidate

Q13. I have applied for Private M.Ed CET, will that application form be considered for Govt.CET or will I need to fill the application form for Govt CET?
No, you have to fill application for Govt M.Ed CET also.

Q14. What is meant by the Cut-off mark in CET?
 The cut-off marks in CET is the minimum score by the candidate, which makes him/her eligible to seek the Admission to M.Ed course in the State of Maharashtra. The cut-off mark in M.Ed course is 18 marks out of 50 for Open category and 15 marks for reserved category.

Q15. What will be the medium of M.Ed CET?

Medium of CET will be Marathi/English only.

 

Q16. What is English language test and what are cut-off marks for English test?

Students desirous of seeking admission to English Medium Colleges of Education will have to appear for English Language Knowledge Test along with CET. It is essential for the candidates to secure minimum 25 marks (50%) out of 50.

Q17. In my mark sheet, my university has mentioned grade instead of marks? Am I eligible to apply?

Candidates who have completed their degree from the universities which gives Grades instead of marks will have to attach a certificate of equivalent Marks shown against the grades from the competent authority of the University/Department. Candidates will have to attach the decoding list where the Codes are given to the subjects.

 

 

Q18. What are additional marks?

If a candidate submits certificate regarding his/her participation in anyone or more than one activities from the following A, Band C then maximum five marks will be added in the Total Marks secured at the final degree examination and then the percentage will be calculated.

A) A Certificate of the College/University mentioning that the candidate has worked actually at least for120 to    240 hours or for two years in the N.S.S/ Adult Education Programme.

B) N.C.C. Certificate of passing ‘B’ / ‘C’ Examination

C) Candidates who have certificate showing their participation in Sports, Elocution, Drama/ Other Cultural programmers, Competitions at Inter Collegiate, University, Inter-University, State, National or International level (National, International representation, Intercollegiate Competitions arranged by the University, or Inter University Competitions organized at the National level by Central Government or the competitions organized by the State Government at the State level)

Q19. What is the Eligibility criteria for admission to Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University?

A graduate from any university in the faculty of Arts, Science & Commerce and who has passed Common Entrance Test(CET) of Government Centralized Admission Process for theyear 2010-11 and cleared Sanskrit as a subject at minimum Higher Secondary or above level are eligible for admission to two colleges in Nagpur and other colleges at Paratwada, Ramtek,Akola, Darapur, Chandur Railway with total intake of 600 seats. There are 16 subjects available as Teaching Method to choose. The candidates have the choice of any one medium for writing at University examination out of four mediums Viz-Marathi, Hindi, English, Sanskrit. In this university 98 % seats are reserved for Candidates from Maharashtra and 2% seats are reserved for Outside Maharashtra University candidates. Admissions will be given as per the rules formed by the Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University. The vacant seats will be filled in from the Maharashtra and Outside Maharashtra candidates available.

Q20. What is the admission process for Sanskrit University?

 

After declaration of Maharashtra Govt. CET 2010-2011 results, the university will give the advertisement in leading news-papers published in Maharashtra. This advertisement will also be placed on www.sanskrituni.net website of the University. Advertisement will include the name of the eligible colleges. Candidate will have to give order of preference for the colleges of Education affiliated to the university. After this advertisement, the candidates who have passed at Higher Secondary or above level examination with Sanskrit as one of the subjects & have passed CET should apply to the university in the prescribed format. The application form will be made available on the website of the University. The university will admit the candidate as per time-table given in the advertisement. The details of the phase-wise admission process will be made available on the website. All admissions of M.Ed. will be done by Central Admission Committee of the University.

 

Q21. What is the admission process for SNDT University?

 70% Quota of the S.N.D.T. Women’s University in their respective colleges in the various region will be filled in first from the candidates of SNDT University who have applied in that region in order of merit, and the remaining seats will be filled in amongst the women candidates from the respective region, as per the merit.

 

Q22. What are the different social reservations?

  • Scheduled Caste 13%
  • Scheduled Tribe (ST) 7%
  • De- notified Tribes (14 similar tribes) (VJ/DT)  3%
  • Nomadic Tribes B(28 tribes before January 1990 2.5%
  • Nomadic Tribes (Dhanagar and Similar tribes) (NT- 2) C 3.5%
  • Nomadic Tribes (Vanjari and Similar tribes ) (NT-3) D 2%
  • Other Backward Class (OBC) 19%

 

Q23. How many preferences shall I give for the colleges?

  • The candidate can fill in Preference Form only Once.
  • The candidate can give preferences to maximum 100 colleges at a time.
  • The candidate can change his/her preference order during the period between two rounds.

However, the total Number of preferences shall not be more than 100.