JKBOPEE B. Ed. Previous Year Question Papers – JKBOPEE releases JKBOPEE B.Ed question papers along with the answer key. From this page, candidates can check previous years question paper for preparation of JKBOPEE B.Ed 2020. These are official question papers releases in pdf form on the official website. By solving question papers, candidates can enhance their speed and accuracy. Download the pdf and check more information about JKBOPEE B. Ed. Previous Year Question Papers read the article below.
JKBOPEE B.Ed Previous Year Question Papers
Practising previous years question paper is the best way to prepare for the exm. It helps you to understand the level and syllabus of the exa. We have hosted the previous year papers for all the candidates which can be downloaded and solved.
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J&K B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020 Exam Pattern
Candidates must go through the exam pattern of the exam from below for better preparation of exam:
Duration of the exam: The exam is of 3 hours (180 minutes) duration.
Type of Questions: The question will be of MCQ type
Number of Questions: The total number of questions asked are 180
Total Marks – The exam is of total 180 marks
Marking Scheme – For every correct answer +1 marks and for no answer 0 marks
Negative marking – for every incorrect answer 0.25 narks
Distribution table of questions –
|Subject||Number of Questions|
|Aptitude for Teaching Profession||45|
About J&K B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020
J&K B.Ed entrance exam is a state-level entrance exam conducted for admission into B.Ed courses in the state. Candidates who have completed B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.C.A./B.B.A. with minimum 50% marks and 40% in case of reserved categroy. Candidates first need to apply online for exam and have to appear for the exam. On the basis of the score in entrance exam, candidate’s get admission into their desired course
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