Yes this collage have very good infrastructure. And having all the necessary facility and equipment. Facility like WiFi, mess, canteen, hostel, digital lab and many more. Yes this all well maintained and working.
Yes college have all the necessary infrastructure, facility and equipment. Facility like computer lab, library, mess, canteen, hostel, ground. Yes this all well maintained and working. Living space is clean and food is hygienic.
This is very good university. The college have necessary infrastructure, facility and equipment. Facility like ground, mess, hostel, canteen, computer lab, library and many more yes this all well maintained and working.
It is quite tough to get the question paper online .But you can try looking for it in your college library .Further try finding it in the nearby stationary shops of the college .You can also ask some seniors . Or just visit the college b.ed department and ask them to give the papers .Hope it will help
As per your question the examination pattren:
The question paper might be in languages English & Hindi.
The Examination could be commenced with papers and each could be for 100 marks.
Paper-I (General Aptitude Test. The check is aimed to assess the overall and studies in addition to their
Paper-II (the respective challenge of the applicants)
Both the papers will have one hundred MCQ type questions to be solved and replied on separate OMR
The time length to solve each the papers will be 2 hours.
General Aptitude Test Paper:
Research Aptitude (Research: Meaning, characteristics, types, steps, methods, ethics; Paper, article,
workshop, seminar, conference, and symposium; Thesis writing its traits and format)
Reading Comprehension: A passage to be set with inquiries to be responded.
Communication: Communication: Nature, characteristics, types, barriers and powerful study room
Reasoning (Including Mathematical): Number series; letter series; codes; Relationships; classification.
Logical Reasoning: Understanding the structure of arguments; Evaluating and distinguishing deductive
and inductive reasoning; Verbal analogies: Word analogy – Applied analogy; Verbal classification;
Reasoning Logical Diagrams: Simple diagrammatic relationship, multimedia grammatical relationship;
Venn diagram; Analytical Reasoning.
Data Interpretation: Sources, acquisition and interpretation of data; Quantitative and qualitative data;
Graphical representation and mapping of data.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT): ICT: meaning, advantages, disadvantages, and uses;
General abbreviations and terminology; Basics of internet and email.
People and Environment: People and surroundings interaction; Sources of Pollution, Pollutants and their
effect on human life, exploitation, of herbal and strength resources; Natural dangers and mitigation.
This paper is related to the respective concern of the applicants.