The B.Ed Joint Entrance Examination by Lucknow University will be conducted this year on 9.08.2020.
The examination will take place this year with a total of 4,31,904 applicants. The UP B.Ed. Joint Entry Exam (JEE) is administered for admission to B.Ed by Lucknow University. The system offered by 16 state-owned universities.
Professor Amita Bajpai, Coordinator for the State Test, said: “For smooth conduct, 19 nodal centers were rendered in 73 state districts.”
This time, the test center was not set up at the private college or college, she said.
UP B.Ed. JEE is in fact objective. There will be two papers for the test. Paper 1, the general knowledge, the Hindi language, will have two parts. There are 50 questions each in both sections. The second paper will also be published with two parts: the General Aptitude Test and the Subject Aptitude test. For both sections, this paper will also contain 50 questions.
Candidates for the entry examination are required to participate in the online seat allocation counseling process.
The test was first planned for April, but was postponed due to the crisis of COVID-19.
In the light of the pandemic of COVID-19, applicants have had the ability to change their test centers.