Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) issued a public notice today, May 07, 2021, announcing the revised schedule for the Bihar Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Common Entrance Test (CET 2021. The revised schedule was published on the official website bihar-cetbed-inmu.in. According to the notice, authorities have extended the entrance test registration deadline to May 25, 2021. Hence, candidates can register for the exam on or before this date without paying any late fee charges. Previously, the last date to submit the application was May 07, 2021. However, after a meeting with the advisory committee, it was decided to extend the application deadline.
Candidates can also apply for the Bihar B.Ed. CET 2021 exam from May 26 to 28, 2021. However, to do so, they are required to pay late fee charges along with the prescribed application fee. Once the registration process is done, candidates can edit their application on May 29 and 30, 2021. They are also required to make the application fee payment on or before May 30, 2021. Previously, the correction facility was scheduled for May 11 and 12, 2021.
As per the previous schedule, LNMU authorities were going to release the Bihar B.Ed. CET 2021 admit cards after May 12, 2021. However, the date to release admit cards has also been postponed to June 11, 2021. Furthermore, according to the new schedule, candidates are to appear for the state-level entrance exam on June 15, 2021, as opposed to May 25, 2021, before. While authorities have specified the dates for all events pertaining to the exam, they are yet to declare the official date to announce the results.
Considering the revised examination schedule, candidates have been given more than two weeks to register for the entrance exam. The Bihar B.Ed CET 2021 exam shall be conducted in June 2021 through the pen-and-paper format. Candidates have to use a black/blue ballpoint pen to mark the answers in the sheet provided by authorities. The test shall be for a duration of 2 hours and will contain a total of 120 questions. Each question in the paper shall be of 1 mark while no marks shall be deducted for wrong answers.
The question paper is expected to cover topics from four subjects – General English Comprehension, Logic & Analytical Reading, Teaching & Learning Environment in School and, General Awareness. To qualify for the entrance exam, candidates from unreserved categories have to score a minimum of 35 per cent marks. On the other hand, SC, ST, BC, EBC, Divyang and WBC candidates have to score a minimum of 30 percent marks to clear the exam.