They were very cooperative, and offered good support and guidance.
Communication 5/5 responsiveness 5/5 good price 5/5 ontime services 5/5 Service Quality 5/5
Good. I am satisfied with the service provided
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Fake university provided by them,
Students be aware. This Management never keep their commitment. Ultimately your entire year will be lost on their false promises and you lose your hard earned money. They never payback your deposited amount with them for admission. You get harrassed in the process of asking them to return back your money. Even they issue cheques but that too get bounced bcos of insufficient balance. Students be aware. I am struggling / chasing to get back my hard earned money Rs 40000 for last 4 months. Management is not trust worthy taking advantage of innocent students for money. It seems i dealt with frauds.
Happy to join in the this Tamilnadu Open University for B.Ed through distance education and this is the best institute for distance education, I paid only the initial amount fees 5000. course duration two years complete course. they have given both options regularly and the corresponding. The method of approach was very nice. the atmosphere was also good. I got an awesome coaching for B.Ed.
Excellent coaching I am receiving from Apollo College of Education. I have taken the admission for doing B.Ed. I have paid the reasonable fees for the regular college. Nice guidance and a detailed explanation of the whole procedure are best. Lecturers are very helpful and a classroom program and study material are very helpful too. I am satisfied to join this college.
Candidates who meet the eligibility can take the entrance test, which is often a requirement to get into a B.Ed course. Weightage is given to marks of the candidate in their academic qualification and also their entrance examination performance. The entrance examination can be written or viva. It can also be a combination of both.
Yes, the course should be recognized one if it is from a reputable university and is recognized by the UGC or other relevant boards. But candidates should check the recognition and validity of a course before enrolling for it. One thing to note is the type of recognition as well.
Some universities may charge you more for distance B.Ed courses than the same course in regular sessions. It is because the course material delivery and other factors like occasional class arrangement can be a bit of a problem, and the institute may have to incur more cost for arranging that. Thus, some institutes charge more for distance education courses.
Yes, as B.Ed is a skill-based professional course, you will have to attend a few classes, which might be compulsory. These classes are often flexible with their timings and may have multiple options to choose from. It has been done to encourage students who are already working and would like to get a B.Ed for further enhancing their career prospects.
Yes, the B.Ed course will always have a practical class as it helps students to make the most of their learning. It also helps aspiring teachers practice learning in classroom settings. This is a crucial part of B.Ed. This compulsory teaching is not mandatory if the teachers are already teaching professionally. However, attending a few classes of practice session teaching is compulsory, even for deputed candidates.