SCERT Odisha Admission 2021 – D.El.Ed, B.Ed, M.Ed, B.H.Ed

SCERT Odisha Admission 2021 – Directorate of Teacher Education and SCERT, Odisha offers admission to the students in various programmes like D.El.Ed, B.Ed, M.Ed, B.H.Ed. Here you will know about this state level education entrance exam cum admission. For the admission in any of the course, the candidates have to appear in a computer-based test. The selection of the candidate is done on the basis of the marks secured in the entrance test. The candidates whose names appear in the merit list are granted admission in the desired course. Know more about SCERT Odisha admission 2021 from this page such as eligibility criteria, application process, exam pattern, syllabus etc.

SCERT Odisha Admission 2021

The duration of D.El.Ed, B.Ed, M.Ed and B.H.Ed courses are 2 years. Check more details about SCERT Odisha admission 2021 from the table given below.

SCERT Odisha Admission 2021Dates
Starting of registration4th week Sep 2021
Last date to register2nd week of Oct 2021
Fee payment in the offline mode can be done till 2nd week of Oct 2021
Date of entrance testNov 2021
Release the answer key Nov 2021
Announcement of the merit list to be announced

SCERT Odisha Eligibility Criteria 2021

Check the eligibility criteria for various courses given below.

D.El.Ed

  • The candidates must have passed Higher Secondary / +2 examination in Arts / Science / Commerce or its equivalent examination from recognized boards / councils. Also, the candidates must have 50% aggregate marks in class 12th (45% for SC / ST / SEBC / PH)
  • The candidates who are the final year of 10+2 can also apply.
  • The candidates must have passed Odia as MIL upto HSC level or any such equivalent examination or have passed Odia in single subject exam conducted by BSE, Odisha in Odia medium with MIL other than Odia.

B.Ed

  • The candidates must be Arts / Science Graduate. General candidates must have minimum 50% aggregate marks in the bachelor’s or master’s degree (45% for SC / ST / SEBC / PH).
  • The candidates must have passed Graduation with at least 2 subjects of minimum 200 marks each.
  • The candidates who are in the final year of Graduation can also apply. However, the must have the minimum percentage.

OR

  • The candidates who have done B.Tech with Science and Mathematics are also eligible to apply. They must have minimum 55% marks (50% for SC / ST / PH / SEBC)
  • All B.Tech students shall be considered under PCM category.

Other Details

Age Limit applicable for D.El.Ed and B.Ed

Category of candidates AgeBorn on or after
SC / ST / SEBC candidates 33Not have been before 31.8.1988
Women candidates of all categories33Not have been before 31.8.1988
General candidates 28Not have been before 31.8.1993
PH candidates 38Not have been before 31.8.1983

M.Ed

  • The candidates must have obtained at least 50% marks in the following programmes (45% for SC / ST / SEBC / PH
  • B.Ed
  • BA B.Ed / B.Sc B.Ed
  • Arts / Science Graduate with D.El.Ed degree (50% for General candidates and 45% for SC / ST / SEBC / PH)
  • The candidates who are the final year of any of the above degree can also apply.
  • The candidates who have passed any of the qualifications given above from universities outside Odisha, they must produce equivalent certificate at the time of admission.
  • The candidates must have passed Odia as MIL upto HSC level or any such equivalent or higher examination or must have passed Odia as a subject in specific examination conducted by BSE, Odisha of HSC standard or should have passed HSC examination of BSE, Odisha in Odia medium with MIL other than Odia.

B.H.Ed

  • The candidates must have passed BA / B.Com / B.Sc examination held by recognized universities having Hindi as an elective / pass / Honours subject with 50% marks in aggregate or Master’s degree in Hindi with required percentages.
  • The candidates who are in the final year of Graduation can also apply.

OR

  • The candidates who have done BA / B.Sc / B.com exam without Hindi as an elective / pass / honours subject with the minimum percentage must have passed Rastra Bhasa from Rashtra Bhasa Parichar Samiti, Wardha / Shastri from Odisha Rashra Parishad, Puri / Snatak will also be considered eligible.

SCERT Odisha Application Form 2021

The candidates can fill SCERT Odisha application form online at scert.samsodisha.gov.in. Check the application process given below.

  • Register: First of all, register by entering the necessary details.
  • Login and fill the application form: Then, login and fill the personal details, address details, academic details. Verify the details and submit them
  • Upload the images: Next, upload the images of photograph and signature.
  • Fill the choices: Then, fill the choices of colleges.
  • Pay the application fee: Lastly, pay the application fee and take the printout of the filled-in application form.
CategoryAmount
GEN and SEBCRs 500
SC / STRs 300

Mode of payment: The candidates can pay the application fee using debit card / credit card / net banking / cash deposit at axis bank.

SCERT Odisha Syllabus 2021

Check the SCERT Odisha Syllabus 2021 for various courses given below.

D.El.Ed

Section – I

Language (English)

  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary & Usage

Education & General Awareness

  • Everyday Science
  • Political system and its evolution
  • General information
  • Education Commissions & Committees
  • New Educational Initiatives
  • Educational Organizations

Reasoning

  • Logical and Anaytical Reasoning

Teaching Aptitude

  • Solving problem of educational context
  • Managing classroom and learning
  • Learner and learning related issues
  • Goals of education
  • Role of various agencies and organization in management of education
  • Issues related teaching – learning strategies

Section – II

Odia / Telugu / Urdu / Santhali

  • Dhwani and Sabda
  • Parts of Speech
  • Derivation of words
  • Formation of words
  • Idioms

Mathematics

  • HCF and LCM
  • Square and square root
  • Percentage and its application
  • Ration and Proportion
  • Linear Algebraic Equations and Their Solutions
  • Set – its elements, operations on sets
  • Basic Geometrical concepts
  • Geometry of Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Circles

Social Science

  • Stone Age, Vedic Age, Medieval Age
  • Stages of Freedom Movement in India
  • Indian Constitution – Features
  • Governance System in India – Local Self Government, State Govt, Central Government
  • Earth and its structure, Latitude and Longitude
  • Climate and Atmosphere
  • Conservation of Natural Resources and Environmental Preservation and Protection

Science

  • Different states and Characterstics of Matter
  • Chemical Reaction
  • Force, Energy and Motion
  • Plant cells and Animal cells
  • Structure and Adaption in Plants
  • Microrgaisms

Syllabus for B.Ed

Language (English)

  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary & Usage

Education & General Awareness

  • Everyday Science
  • Political system and its evolution
  • General information
  • Education Commissions & Committees
  • New Educational Initiatives
  • Educational Organizations

Reasoning

  • Logical and Anaytical Reasoning

Teaching Aptitude

  • Solving problem of educational context
  • Managing classroom and learning
  • Learner and learning related issues
  • Goals of education
  • Role of various agencies and organization in management of education
  • Issues related teaching – learning strategies

Paper II

Section A (Arts stream)

English

  • Comprehension – Unseen Text
  • Word Formation, Derivation, Antonyms and Synonyms
  • Spelling and Punctuation
  • Grammar (Parts of Speech, Time and Tense, Change of Voice, Direct and Indirect Speech and Transformation of Sentences)

Odia

  • Comprehension – Unseen Text
  • Odia Dhwani, Odia Vocabulary – Word formation, and syntax spelling and Punctuation
  • Grammar (Karaka, Bibhakti, Samasa)

History and Political SCience

  • Rise of British Power in India
  • Socio-religious movements in 19th century
  • India’s struggle for freedom
  • French Revolution, 1st World War, and 2nd World War
  • Salient Features of Indian Constitution and Fundamental Rights
  • Functions of Legislative Assembly, Parliament, High and Supreme Court

Geography

  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Physical Division of India
  • Natural Resources
  • Social and Economic Resources
  • Conservation of Forest and Wild life

Section B: Science Stream

Physical Science

  • Atomic Structure – Atoms and Molecules, Classification of Elements
  • Chemical Reactions and Equations
  • Motion – Laws of Motion, Concept of Work, Energy Pressure and their Management
  • Electricity and Magnetism: Electric circuit, Potential difference, magnetic field, lines of force, electr-magnetic induction

Mathematics

  • Number System
  • Ration and Proportion
  • Linear, Simultaneous and Quadratic Equations, Polynomials
  • Theory of Indices, Logarithms, and Antilogarithm
  • Trigonometric Rations and Indices, Problems on heights and distances
  • Basic Geometric concepts and Geometry of plane figures

Biological Science

  • Cell
  • Diversification in plants and animals
  • Natural resources
  • Environment
  • Basic psychological function in plants and animals

Syllabus for B.H.Ed

Paper – I

Language (English)

  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary & Usage

Education & General Awareness

  • Everyday Science
  • Political system and its evolution
  • General information
  • Education Commissions & Committees
  • New Educational Initiatives
  • Educational Organizations

Reasoning

  • Logical and Anaytical Reasoning

Teaching Aptitude

  • Solving problem of educational context
  • Managing classroom and learning
  • Learner and learning related issues
  • Goals of education
  • Role of various agencies and organization in management of education
  • Issues related teaching – learning strategies

Paper II

Odia

  • Comprehension – Unseen Text
  • Odia Dhwani, Odia Vocabulary – Word Formation and Syntax Spelling and Punctuation
  • Grammar (Karaka, Bibhakti and Samasa)

Hindi

  • History of Hindi Literature
  • Comprehension
  • Grammar
  • Hindi Literature

M.Ed

Basics of Education

  • Education in Socio Cultural Context of India: Role of Education in Social Control & Social Charge, Education as an instrument for promoting national integration, Education for Democracy and Education for Globalization
  • Understanding of Education: Education as a process, Aims of Education, Ideas of Educational Thinkers (Gandhi, Tagore, Dewey, Rousseau)
  • Education Policy Imperatives: Constitutional Provisions, NPE (1986, 1992), RCFTE 2009, NFC – 2005
  • Education for National Development: Education and National Development, Education as an Investment for Human Resource and Economic Development

Understanding the Learner & Learning Process

  • Understanding Differences Between Learners: Areas of Differences, Factors Affecting Differences, Understanding Differently-Abled Learners
  • Understanding the Child & Adolescent: Developmental Tasks and Role of Teacher
  • Organizing Learning: Paradigms for Organizing Learning, Modes of Learning, Organizing Learning in Heterogenous Classrooms
  • Methods of Studying Learner Behavior
  • Understanding Higher Mental Processes of Learning: Intelligence – Measurement of Intelligence, Creativity: Characterstics & Process, Role of Teacher in Promoting Creativity
  • Understanding Learning Process: Relevance and applicability of theoretical, Perspectives of Learning – Skinner, Piaget, Vygotsky

Assessing the Learner: Planning and Management in School

  • Learning Assessment: CCE, Assessment of Learning, Assessment for Learning, Assessment as Learning – its tool & techniques
  • Test Construction: Characteristics of a Good Test
  • School Development, Plan & Management, Management of Material, Financial and Human Resources
  • Statistics: Measures of Variability, Correlation, Standard Scores – Z score, T Score, Percentile
  • Monitoring and Action Research: Mechanism of Monitoring, Conducting, Reporting Action Research and Follow Up

Curriculum and Curriculum Transaction

  • Curriculum: Concepts, Types, Bases of Curriculum, Principles and processes of Curriculum Development
  • Understanding Teaching: Major Shift in Teacher Education as per NCF 2005
  • Teaching as a profession, Professional Ethics, Accountability of a Teacher
  • Phases of Teaching: Pre-Active, Interactive & Post Active Phase, Teacher Activities in Different Phases

Contemporary Issues in School Education

  • Education for Conservation of Environment: Protection and Conservation of Environment, Strategies of Sensitizing learners towards protection of environment and its conservation
  • Quality in Education: Strategies for Enhancement of Quality in School Education, Functions of NCERT, NCTE, NUEPA for quality improvement. Role of teacher in quality education
  • Equality and Equity in Education: Nature and Forms of Inequalities, Forms of Education, Provision for Addressing Inequalities – SSA, RTE Act, RMSA

SCERT Odisha Exam Pattern 2021

Check the exam pattern for various courses given below.

D.El.Ed

  • Mode of exam: It is an online computer-based test
  • Sections: There are 2 sections in the test
  • Duration: The duration of the test is 90 minutes
  • Type of questions: The test comprises of multiple-choice questions
  • Marks: Maximum marks of the test are 90
  • Medium of question paper: The test is of bi-lingual languages except the language subject. Each question in the language section shall be available in Odia, Urdu, Telugu, Olchiki
  • Marking scheme: Each question is of 01 mark. For each incorrect answer, 0.25 marks shall be deducted. More than one response to a question shall be considered incorrect and negative marks will e provided.

Distribution of questions

SectionsNo. of questionsMarks
Section I 3030
Section II6060

B.Ed

  • No. of papers: The test shall be conducted in two papers. Both the papers are compulsory
  • Duration: The test is of 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Nature of questions: There are multiple-choice questions in the test
  • Marking scheme: Each question carries 01 marks. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for incorrect answers

Details of Part I

  • No. of questions: There are 30 questions in the test
  • Maximum marks: This section is of 30 marks
TopicsMarks
Language (English)10
Education & General Awareness05
Reasoning05
Teaching Aptitude10

Details of Part II

Part II consists of subject-based tests. Candidates with the Science background has to choose the Science group and the candidates with Arts background has to choose the Arts group.

Section A: Arts Stream

SubjectsNo. of questions / Marks
General English15
Odia10
History and Political Science20
Geography15
Total 60

Section B: Science Stream

SubjectsNo. of questions / marks
Physical Science20
Bio-Science20
Mathematics20
Total 60

B.P.Ed

  • Mode of the exam: It is a computer-based test
  • Duration: The candidates are given 90 minutes to complete the test
  • Type of questions: There are multiple-choice questions in the test
  • No. of papers: The test shall be conducted in two papers

Details of Part I

  • No. of questions: There are 30 questions in this section
  • Maximum marks: The section is of total 30 marks
TopicsMarks
Language (English)10
Education & General Awareness05
Reasoning05
Teaching Aptitude10

Paper II

  • Marks: This section is of 60 marks

Distribution of questions

SubjectsNo. of questions / marks
Current Affairs on Sports and Games20
Physiology and Hygiene20
Common Knowledge about Major Games20
Total 60

M.Ed

  • Mode of the exam: It is an online computer-based exam
  • Duration of the test: The candidates are required to complete the test in 1 hour 90 minutes
  • Maximum marks: The test is of 90 marks
  • Marking scheme: Each question is of 01 marks. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for the incorrect answers

Distribution of questions

Subject AreaMarks
Basics of Education18
Understanding the learner and learning process18
Curriculum and curriculum transaction18
Contemporary issues in school education18
Assessing the learner, Planning and management of school18
Total90

B.H.Ed

  • No. of papers: There are two papers in B.H.Ed course
  • Duration of the test: The duration of the test is 90 minutes
  • Marking scheme: Each question is of 01 marks. For every incorrect response, 0.25 marks shall be deducted

Paper I

TopicsMarks
Language (English)10
Education & General Awareness05
Reasoning05
Teaching Aptitude10

Paper II

SubjectsMarks
Hindi40
Odia20

SCERT Odisha Admit Card 2021

The SCERT Odisha Admit Card 2021 will be available as per schedule.

The candidates can download SCERT Odisha admit card from scert.samsodisha.gov.in. It is not sent via post.

  • To download SCERT Odisha admit card 2021, enter the registered mobile number and course bar code number.
  • The candidates must carry the admit card and a valid id proof to the exam centre.
  • Details like exam date, exam timings, address of the exam centre, general instructions for the candidates etc are mentioned in the admit card.

SCERT Odisha Answer Key 2021

After the conduct of the exam, the provisional answer key is released on the official website, scert.samsodisha.gov.in. It is released at the candidate’s login.

Along with the answer key, the question paper is also published. The candidates can challenge the answer key if they find any errors in it. The expert panel will analyze the complaints and releases the final answer key within 1 week.

SCERT Odisha Admission Result 2021

The SCERT Odisha Result 2021 will be declared at scert.samsodisha.gov.in.

The selection and placement of the candidate is done according to the marks obtained in the online computer-based test. Merit list is published on the official website, scert.samsodisha.gov.in on the basis of the marks in the entrance test.

  • The merit list is released both category-wise and subject-wise.
  • The original mark sheets and mark sheets of the selected candidates shall be verified at the institution level, where the candidate shall be placed for admission.

SCERT Odisha 2021 Fee Structure

Check the fee structure for various courses given below.

For D.El.Ed

ParticularsFee for 1st yearFee for 2nd year
Admission fee44
Tuiton Fee528528
Caution fee (Refundable)200
Cultural 100100
Game100100
Library 200200
Magazine100100
Research and Seminar100100
SUPW5050
Teacher’s Welfare 1313
Electricity and Furniture 300300
Laboratory100100
A.V Society 5050
Student’s Welfare 3030
Garden Fund4040
Development Fee for institution765765
Identity card 70
Insurance Fee1010
Total28002846

For B.Ed

B.H.Ed

M.Ed

SCERT Odisha 2021 Admission Process

After the declaration of the result, the selected candidates are informed through SMS to download the intimation letter for admission. The provisional list of selected and rejected candidates are released on the official website. The candidates are required to submit the following original documents at the time of admission:

  • Dwonload intimation letter
  • Placement letter
  • CLC in original
  • Conduct certificate, in original
  • All certificates and mark sheets
  • Equivalency certificate in case of degree obtained from university outside Odisha
  • Caste certificate (if applicable)
  • Certificate of Headmaster of the school to the effect that he / she has passed HSC in Odia medium
  • UDID disability certificate issued online in favour of PH candidates
  • Ex-servicemen certificate if applicable
  • Green card in case of green card holder
  • 2 recent passport size coloured photograph
  • One set of xerox copies of all certificate

SCERT Odisha Admission 2021 Seat Intake

Check the seat intake of the courses as per different educational institutes given below.

For B.Ed

Institutes Under School and Mass EducationNo. of seats
DIET Jagatsinghpur50
DIET Dehnkal50
DIET Puri50
DIET Bhadrak50
DIET Jajpur50
Total250
Institutions Under ST & SC Development Department
Govt. B.Ed Training College, Kalinga Kandhamal100
Total100
Institutions Under Higher Education Department
BJB (A) College, Bhubaneswar50
Bhadrak College (A), Bhadrak50
D.D College (A), Keonjhar50
Government (A) College, Bhawanipatna50
Government College, Sundargarh50
Khallikote College, Berhampur50
Panchayat College, Baragarh50
Rajdhani College, Bhubaneshwar50
V. Dev (A) College, Jeypore50
S.B Women’s College, Cuttack50
Rajendra (A) College, Balangir50
SCS College (A) Puri50
Total600
Grand Total950

D.El.Ed

Name of the institutesSeat Intake
DIET, Angul at Chhendipada100
ETEI, Kishore Nagar100
DIET Balangir100
ETEI, Balangir100
ETEI, Patnagarh100
ETEI, Titilagarh100
ETEI, Remuna100
ETEI, Bagudi100
ETEI, Langaleshwar100
ETEI, Tudigadia100
DIET, Baragarh100
DIET, Bhadrak at Baripada100
ETEI, Pahimahura100
DIET, Boudh100
DIET, Cuttack at Narsinghpur100
ETEI, Atagarh100
ETEI, Ragadi100
RN ETEI, Cuttack100
Thompson Women’s Training
School, Cuttack
100
ETEI (Urdu), Cuttack100
DIET, Deogarh100
DIET, Dhenkanal100
DIET, Parlakhemundi100
DIET, Khallikote100
ETEI (W), Berhampur100
ETEI, Bhanjanagar100
ETEI, Chikiti100
ETEI, Polasora100
DIET, Jagatsinghpur100
DIET, Dolipur100
DIET, Jarsuguda100
DIET, Bhawanipatna100
ETEI, Dharmagarh100
DIET, Tikabali100
ETEI, Phulbai100
ETEI, Baliguda100
DIET, Kendrapara at Balia100
ETEI, Kendrapara100

M.Ed Seat Intake

Institution NameNo. of seats
RNIASE, Cuttack50
Dr. PMIASE, Sambalpur50
DPIASE, Berhampur50
NDWCTE, Bhubaneshwar50
NKC CTE, Angul50

About SCERT Odisha

SCERT was designated as SCERT Odisha in the year 1979. Some of its functions are:

  • To act as an agent of change in school education
  • To produce curricula, instructional materials, textbooks for the use of educational institutions
  • To conduct studies and investigations on the various problems of education
  • To provide extension service to teacher training institutions at all levels

FAQs on SCERT Odisha Admission 2021

Ques. In what mode SCERT Odisha conducts the entrance test for D.El.Ed?

Ans. The entrance test is held in the online mode.

Ques. Can I apply for SCERT Odisha via offline mode?

Ans. No, you can fill the application form in the online mode only.

Ques. Is there any negative marking in the test?

Ans. Yes, for each incorrect answer 0.25 marks are deducted.

Ques. What are the courses through which admission is granted?

Ans. You can take admission in D.El.Ed / B.Ed / M.Ed / B.H.Ed.

Ques. Is there any age limit to apply for SCERT Odisha admission 2021?

Ans. Yes, there is an age limit for D.El.Ed and B.Ed courses. The age limit is applicable according to the category of the candidates.

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