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B.Ed + VAP - Bachelors of Education

The Bachelor of Education (BEd) program is a transformative pathway for individuals passionate about shaping the future through education. Through rigorous coursework, practical teaching experiences, and pedagogical training, students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become effective educators. With a focus on fostering critical thinking, creativity, and inclusive teaching practices, BEd graduates emerge as inspiring leaders in classrooms and educational institutions, dedicated to nurturing the next generation.


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Start Date

Jun 01, 2024


18 Months


At IBMR Group, our B.Ed. a program isn’t just a degree; it’s a chance to transform lives and inspire change in education. Join us on this exciting journey as we prepare the next generation of educators for success in the 21st century. Our institutions in Gurgaon offer high-quality education aligned with the National Education Policy, combining theoretical and practical instruction. With top-notch infrastructure including specialized centers and laboratories, students engage in a professional environment, collaborating with diverse academicians. From the Psychology Resource Centre to Science Laboratories, we provide the tools for comprehensive learning, empowering teachers as agents of social innovation.


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Skill Development

  • Communication: communicating with students, colleagues, parents, and other stakeholders requires educators to communicate well. B.Ed. students should improve their verbal and written communication skills to explain complicated concepts. To create engaging and effective learning experiences for their students, B.Ed. students should learn pedagogical ideas and instructional methodologies. This comprises lesson planning, differentiated instruction, and technology-enhanced learning.
  • Classroom Management: A positive learning environment and student engagement depend on classroom management. B.Ed. students should learn behaviour management, classroom culture, and dispute resolution. Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: B.Ed students should learn to analyse educational challenges, evaluate teaching techniques, and adapt instructional strategies for varied learners. To improve student outcomes, they must recognise issues, create innovative solutions, and make informed judgements.
  • Collaboration and Teamwork: Teachers collaborate with colleagues, administrators, and other stakeholders to improve student learning and school. B.Ed. students should learn to collaborate, share ideas, and improve school culture.
  • Technology Integration: Education needs technology in the digital age. B.Ed. students should master educational technology tools and platforms to improve teaching, learning, communication, and digital literacy.
  • Assessment and Evaluation: B.Ed students should design and conduct exams to evaluate student learning, provide feedback, and inform instruction. Formative and summative evaluations should be understood and used to drive instructional planning and intervention tactics.
  • Cultural competency: B.Ed. students should learn cultural competency to deal with various pupils and promote classroom inclusivity and equity. Understanding cultural differences, eliminating biases, and fostering an inclusive learning environment where all students feel valued and respected are all part of this.
  • Professional Development: B.Ed. students should value lifelong learning and professional progress. To improve their practice, they should attend workshops, conferences, seminars, professional learning communities, and mentorship programmes. Reflective Practice: Finally, B.Ed. students should reflect on their teaching experiences, appraise their strengths and weaknesses, and intentionally enhance their practice. Reflective teachers can discover areas for growth, adapt their teaching methods, and improve student learning.

Core Subjects

  • Educator for upper primary and secondary schools in both domestic and international settings
  • Curriculum developer at Publishing Houses
  • Ventures in the Education sector
  • Roles within NGOs focused on Education initiatives


To enroll in the B.Ed program, candidates must have completed graduation with a minimum aggregate of 50%.

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