All Candidates who completed their studies or studies in 2022 are eligible to register for UP BEd JEE 2023 (Representative Image)
UP BEd JEE 2023 is scheduled to be held on 24th April. Admit cards will be released on April 13.
Bundelkhand University has extended the application deadline for Uttar Pradesh Bachelors of Education Joint Entrance Examination (UP BEd JEE) 2023. Candidates can now register for UP BEd JEE 2023 on the official website of the university at bujhansi.ac.in till April 5. Previously, the deadline to complete an application without late fees was March 3. The institution closed the registration period on March 3, but it has since reopened.
Late registration for UP BEd JEE 2023 starts on 6th April and ends on 10th April. For those who have successfully submitted their UP BEd JEE application forms, the admit card will be available for download from April 13. The UP BEd JEE 2023 exam is scheduled to be held on April 24.
All candidates who completed their studies or studies in 2022 are eligible to register for UP BEd Entrance Test 2023.
UP BEd JEE 2023: How to Apply
Step 1: Go to the official website of Bundelkhand University – bujhansi.ac.in and click on “Uttar Pradesh BEd JEE Website”.
Step 2: Click on the “register new user” link that appears on the new web page that opens.
Step 3: Follow the instructions and register yourself by entering all the required details.
Step 4: Now login with your user id and password.
Step 5: Fill UP BEd JEE Application Form.
Step 6: Upload the photo and pay the application fee.
Step 7: Submit the UP BEd JEE Application Form and take a printout for future reference.
All general candidates and SC, ST candidates from other states have to pay Rs 1,400 while submitting application forms and SC, ST candidates from Uttar Pradesh have to pay Rs 700.
The UP BEd JEE exam is divided into two sections. General Knowledge and Language constitute Part A and each part has 50 questions. General Aptitude Test, Science, Basic Mathematics and some skill based problems are all covered in Part B. Students can go through the previous year question papers to know more about the structure, questions and difficulty levels.
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