Admission to Courses of Instruction for Degrees in Education in Affiliated or Associated Colleges of State Universities, 1980

1. Short title.
2. Definitions.
3. Qualifications for admission.
4. Maximum number approved for admission to B.Ed. classes.
5. Reservation of seats.
6. Application for admission.
7. Basis of selection.
8. Allotment of marks.
9. Preparation of List of Candidates in order of merit.
10. Selection Committee.
11. Admission of selected candidates.
12. Disqualification for admission is certain cases.
13. Introductory.
14. Educational qualification for admission.
15. Admissions according to merit.
16. Application or Rules of Chapter II.

Admission to Courses of Instruction for Degrees in Education in Affiliated or Associated Colleges of State Universities, 1980
Published vide Notification No. 2583/l5-80(11)-3(58)-79, dated May 17, 1980, published in U.P. Gazette (Extra), dated 17th May, 1980.
In exercise of the power under sub-section (5) of section 28 of the Uttar Pradesh Satate Universities Act, 1973 as amended and re-enacted by the Uttar Pradesh Universities (Re-enactment and Amendment) Act, 1974 (U.P. Act No. 29 of 1974), the Governor is pleased to supersede all previous Rules and Orders relating to admission to courses of instruction for degrees in education in colleges affiliated to or associated with Universities established under the aforesaid Act and to direct that such admission shall be regulated hereafter by the Rules appended hereto.

CHAPTER I

General

1. Short title. – These Rules may be called the rules for admission to courses of instruction for Degrees in Education in Affiliated/Associated Colleges of State Universities. These Rules shall come into force with effect from the academic session 1980-81.
2. Definitions. – In these Rules unless the context otherwise requires,
(a) “Act” means the Uttar Pradesh State Universities Act, 1973 as amended and re-enacted by the Uttar Pradesh Universities (Re-enactment and Amendment) Act, 1974;
(b) “College” means such College as duly affiliated to or associated with a University established under the Act;
(c) “Course of Instruction” means such course of instruction as is imparted in a College for preparing students for admission to examinations for B.Ed. or as the case may be M.Ed. degree conducted by the University to which such College is affiliated or associated;
(d) “University” means the University to or with which the college where admission to course of instruction is sought or made is affiliated or associated.

CHAPTER II

Admission to B. Ed. Classes

3. Qualifications for admission. – The minimum educational qualification requisite for the admission of a candidate to B. Ed. classes shall be the graduate degree with at least two School Teachings Subject, of a University established by law.
Explanation. – A candidate who has passed an examination for the degree of B. A. with Education or Psychology or Philosophy as one of the subjects and any one of the School teaching subjects as another subjects or B.Com. or B.sc. (Ag.) or B.Sc. (Home Science) as the case may be shall be deemed to possess the minimum qualifications within the meaning of this Rule.
4. Maximum number approved for admission to B.Ed. classes. – (1) The maximum number of students to be admitted in every college shall be such as may be prescribed by the Vice Chancellor of the University and no person shall be admitted in excess of such number in any case. In prescribing the maximum number of students to be admitted the Vice Chancellor shall take into account the teachers available in the college concerned for B.Ed. instructions so as to maintain the teacher-pupil ratio at l: [15].
(2) In a college having Science classes also the number of seats for candidates holding a B.Sc. degree shall be prescribed by the Vice-Chancellor. In prescribing such number of seats, the Vice Chancellor shall take into account the number of Science teachers available in the B.Ed. Department of the college so as to maintain in respect of such candidates the teacher pupil ratio at 1 : [15].
5. Reservation of seats. – In every college, reservation of seats for admission to B.Ed. classes shall in relation to the total number of seats in such college be made in favour of the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Castes to the extent of 18 per cent, 2 per cent and 10 per cent respectively:
Provided that where sufficient member of candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Backward Castes is not available for admission such seats as are reserved for them and remain unfilled shall be filled by the general candidates.
6. Application for admission. – (1) Every candidates for admission to B.Ed. classes shall apply in the manner hereinafter provided in the prescribed Form to be obtained from the office of the Registrar of the University concerned on payment of Rs. 2 for each form. The last date for applying for admission shall ordinarily be the 15th of June or such date in the month of June as the University may prescribe.
(2) The candidate may send the registered post one copy of the application to the Registrar of the University or may deliver it personally in the office of Registrar and obtained receipt therefor from a person duly authorised for it.
(3) Another copy of such application containing the number and date of the postal registration receipt or the receipt issued from the office of the Registrar as the case may be in respect of the application shall be sent to the college.
(4) No such application received in the office of the Registrar or the college after such date as may be prescribed by the University in this behalf shall be entertained.
7. Basis of selection. – In respect of every candidate for admission to a course of instruction in B.Ed. classes, a statement of marks allotted to him shall be prepared in the manner hereinafter provided and the candidates shall subject to the other provisions of these Rules, be admitted to such course of instruction strictly on the basis of marks in order of merit.
8. Allotment of marks. – (1) Every candidate shall be allotted marks for his academic qualifications on the basis of his examination results according to the following table: . .

Above 70%
60% to 70%
II Divi.
III Divi.
1
High school examination or its equivalents
12
10
8
4
2
Intermediate Examination
18
15
12
6
3
Graduate examination
30
25
20
10
4
Post-graduate examination
15
12
10
5
Explanation. – (a) Where a candidate has passed the Higher Secondary Examination and has thereafter graduated after pursuing a three year degree course, marks allotted to him for the Higher Secondary Examination shall be allotted for Intermediate Examination also.
(b) Where a candidate has passed more then one post graduate examination, he shall be allotted marks on the basis of only post graduate examination.
(2) A candidate falling under any of the categories specified below shall on furnishing such certificate as may be specified by the University in that behalf be allotted extra marks indicated against each, subject to a maximum of one-third of the the marks allotted to him under sub-rule (1) above:
(i) Candidates taking part in National or Stale or Inter Universities games and sports competitions…..10 marks.
(ii) Candidates taking part in Regional games and sports competition conducted by any University …. 7 marks
(iii) Male candidates obtaining ‘C’ certificate and female candidates obtaining “6-2” certificate in the National Cadets Corps—–10 marks
(iv) Candidates participating in National Service Scheme in the following manner-
(a) for service for 240 hours …. 3 marks
(b) for (a) above and one special camp—–7 marks
(c) for (a) above and two or more special camps—–10 marks
(v) Candidates related to a freedom fighter as his son or daughter or his son’s or his son’s unmarried daughter (this concession shall cease after the year 1985)…. 10 marks
(vi) Candidates being a defence employee in active service or demobilized or honorably retired or related to such an employee or a disabled, deceased or traceless defence employee as his son, daughter or wife… . .10 marks.
(vii) Candidates employed in Police or PAC or Home Guard or related to such an employee, whether in active service or retired, disabled or deceased, as his son or daughter 10 marks.
(viii) Candidates being widows or divorced or abandoned women … .10 marks
Illustrations. – (a) A candidate scores 57 marks on the basis of his examination results under sub-rule (1). He is also qualified under categories (iii) and (vi) of sub-rule (2) to allotment of 20 marks. However, since marks allotted to him under sub-rule (2) arc subject to a maximum of one third of the marks allotted to him under sub-rule (1), shall be allotted 19 marks only under sub-rule (2).
(b) A candidate scoring 51 marks under sub-rule (1) shall not be allotted more then 17 marks in all under sub-rule (2).
(3) Other things remaining equal on the basis of marks allotted under sub-rules (1) and (2) above, preference shall be given to a candidate who has graduated from the University to which the college concerned is affiliated or associated.
9. Preparation of List of Candidates in order of merit. – (1) On receiving the applications under Rule 6 there shall be prepared in quadruplicate in every college in respect of such applications two lists namely List A for the reserved seats and the List B for unreserved scats containing the names in order of merit of qualified candidates together with the particulars mentioned in Rule 8.
(2) The lists prepared under this Rule duly singed by the Principal of the college shall be sent to the University within one week from the last date fixed for submission of applications under Rule 6.
10. Selection Committee. – (1) For selection of candidates for admission to the B.Ed. classes there shall be a Selection Committee consisting of the following three members for every college, namely –
(i) A nominee of the Vice Chancellor of the University (who shall also be convenor of the committee).
(ii) A nominee of the Director of Education (Higher Education).
(iii) Principal of the college on his absence the seniormost teacher of the B.Ed. Department of the college.
(2) the Selection Committee shall hold its sittings at the headquarters of the University or with prior approval of the Vice Chancellor in the college.
(3) All the applications for admission received in the college as well as the lists of candidates forwarded to the university under rule 9 shall after comparison with the applications received in such University and due verifications be placed before the Selection Committee.
(4) the Selection Committee shall on a consideration of the applications and lists referred to in sub-rule (3) prepare in order of merit a list of candidates fit for admission.
(5) The list prepared under sub-rule (4) shall contain the names of candidates selected for admission to the reserved and the unreserved seats available in the college as well as the marks allotted to each such candidate under these Rules.
(6) The Selection Committee shall also prepare a waiting list of such candidates as may be admitted in a college in accordance with these Rules in the event of the failure of a candidate included in the list under sub-rule (5) to join the college.
(7) The Selection Committee shall prepare the lists under sub-rule (5) or sub-rule (6) ordinarily by the end of June and shall forthwith furnish one copy thereof to the University and another copy thereof to the college.
11. Admission of selected candidates. – (1) The Principal of the college shall send intimation by registered post at the earliest to every candidate whose name is included in the list prepared under sub-rule (5) of Rule 10 and such candidate shall within ten days of the date of receipt of the intimation take admission in that college and on his failure to do so he shall forfeit his claim to admission.
(2) Where any seat falls vacant under sub-rule (1) it may be filled by the admission of a candidate out of candidates in serial order included in the list prepared under sub-rule (6) of Rule 10.
12. Disqualification for admission is certain cases. – Notwithstanding anything in these rules where it is discovered that a candidate has been punished on account of using unfair means in any examination or has been expelled from any educational institution the principal of the college may subject to the approval of the Vice Chancellor of the University refuse to admit such candidate.

CHAPTER III

Admission to M. Ed. Classes

13. Introductory. – The provisions of this Chapter shall apply for admission to a course of instruction in M.Ed. classes in any college.
14. Educational qualification for admission. – No person shall be admitted in any college unless he has passed an examination for the degree of B. Ed. conducted by a University established by Law or an examination for the diploma of recognised B.T. or L.T..
15. Admissions according to merit. – Candidates shall be admitted strictly in order of merit on the basis of marks obtained in the B. Ed. examination.
16. Application or Rules of Chapter II. – The provisions of Rules 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, and 12 shall mutatis mutandis apply to admission under this Chapter also.