Organisation : J&K Board Of Professional Entrance Examinations Jammu Kashmir J&K BOPEE
Announcement : Scheme of Entrance Examination
Entrance Exam : B.Ed Entrance Test 2015
Reference Number : Notification No. 03-BOPEE of 2015
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Notification : https://www.entrance.net.in/uploads/417-IB-BED-2015.PDF
Home Page : https://www.jkbopee.gov.in/
B.Ed. Entrance Test -2015 :
SCHEME OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION :
The entrance examination shall consist of one paper only. The question paper shall contain 160 Questions.
The subject contents for the entrance examination shall confine to
General English: 40 questions
General Awareness: 40 questions
Aptitude for Teaching Profession: 40 questions
Reasoning: 40 questions
All questions will be compulsory and each question shall carry one mark. There will be 0.25 negative marks for every wrong answer. Time duration for the Entrance Examination shall be one hundred and Fifty minutes (two and a half hours). However, a candidate who secures negative marks shall not be considered for admission even if seats remain vacant.
CONDUCT OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION :
(1) Centres of Examination :
(a) The Entrance Examination shall be held at the centres as may be specified by the BOPEE in Srinagar & Jammu cities.
(b) Centres shall be allotted by the BOPEE and the information for the same shall be provided to the candidates on the Admit Card.
(c) The centre of examination once allotted shall not be changed.
(d) The BOPEE shall not conduct another test in any circumstances what so ever for those candidates who fail to appear in the test on the scheduled date.
(2) Nature of Question Paper :
(a) It shall be the sole responsibility of the candidate to check the Question Booklet before attempting to answer any question. Where a Question Booklet has any missing page, blank page, missed question or damaged or defaced page, it shall be the responsibility of the concerned candidate to bring it into the notice of the concerned invigilator and get it replaced by a new booklet of the same series. The Question Booklet must have 160 questions. No complaint in this regard shall be entertained by the Board after the conclusion of the examination.
(b) The question paper shall be objective type containing Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ’s). It contains several pages stapled together in one cover. The questions are based on knowledge, understanding and application of the relevant subject that a graduate student is expected to know in entrance test meant for admission to B. Ed. course
(c) Each Question Booklet is numbered. Before starting to answer the questions, please check the booklet thoroughly. In case of defects like missing questions, the booklet shall be replaced with the same series by the Invigilator whenever reported. No complaint shall be entertained after the examination.
(d) Do not open the seal containing Question Booklet until you are asked to do so.
(e) Write your Roll Number on the cover page of the Question Booklet at the space provided for the purpose.
(f) Candidates should not make any type of marking on the Question Booklet. Paper for rough work is included in the Question Booklet.
(g) Each question paper has four series, which are in alphabets i.e., A, B, C, D printed on the cover page of the Question Booklet. At the end of the examination, candidates can take the Question Booklets with them.
(3) Nature of OMR Answer Sheet :
(a) In order to maintain transparency of examination, candidates are provided OMR Answer Sheet (Optical Mark Reader Answer Sheet) having original copy and candidate’s copy (Annexure III). The candidates are directed to fold at perforation at the top of sheet, tear it after the examination is over and separate original copy and candidate’s copy. Finally, they have to handover the original copy to the invigilator and take along with them the candidate’s copy.
(b) The OMR Sheets (Optical Mark Reader Answer Sheets) are used in order to simplify the procedure of evaluation of the Answer Sheets and also to ensure highest accuracy. Each circle on the OMR Sheet has an alphabetical or numerical values. So a small mistake in shading the round spot on the circle will not be scanned properly by the machine.
(c) The OMR Sheets will be supplied to the candidates in the examination hall.
(d) At the top of the OMR Sheet, there are few blanks which are to be filled in by the candidate very carefully
(e) Write Question Booklet number, booklet series, paper code and Roll Number in numerals and also darken the appropriate circles. In case of any difficulty, seek the assistance of the Invigilating team
(f) Write the given certification statement in your running handwriting in English and append your signature and left hand thumb impression at the space provided for the purpose on your OMR Sheet. This certificate is to be authenticated by the concerned Invigilator and Superintendent of the examination centre.
(g) Complete the formalities and wait for the signal to start, tear open the seal, open the Question Booklet, begin reading and answering the questions.
(h) Recording wrong Roll No. or Question paper series or its omission on response by darkening the appropriate circle completely with black or blue ball point pen on the answer in the OMR Answer Sheet shall be done by the candidate at his/her own risk. The Board shall, in no case, entertain any complaint of the candidate regarding this.
(i) Each question is followed by four responses i.e., 1, 2, 3, and 4; of which only one is correct.