Integrated B.A. B.Ed. (B.A. + B.Ed.) Education

    Course Duration
    4 years 1 month
    Course Level
    85000 / 200000

    B.A. B.Ed. (B.A. + B.Ed.) Integrated Course

    Course Name

    Bachelor of Arts in Education (or Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Education)


    Undergraduate (Dual Degree)


    4 years

    Entrance Exam

    Some colleges conduct entrance/college level examinations while others take direct admissions based on merit


    At least 50% marks in 10+2 from a recognized board

    Other Similar Courses to Study

    B.Ed., B.A., B.Sc. + B.Ed., B. El. Ed.


    INR 85,000 - 2 Lakhs per annum

    Job Scope

    Job opportunities after B.A. B.Ed.:

    • Activist

    • Administrator

    • Career Counsellor

    • Civil Servant

    • Creative Writer

    • Researcher

    • Subject Matter Expert

    • Teacher

    • Translator

    • Tutor


    INR 2 – 5 LPA

    Scope for Higher Studies

    B.Ed., M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed., M.Phil. & Ph.D. (Education), PG Diploma (Teacher Training) courses, Ph.D., MBA, etc.




    What is B.A. B.Ed.?

    Bachelor of Arts in Education (BA + B.Ed.) is an integrated undergraduate dual-degree programme that lasts four years and is divided into eight semesters. The course provides students with in-depth knowledge of the various subjects included in Arts & Professional Studies, such as Hindi, English, Political Science, Geography, History, Economics, Psychology, and Sociology. In layman's terms, it's a teacher education programme. The programme is designed in accordance with NCTE guidelines in order to prepare high-quality future teachers for nation-building. This course is designed for individuals who want to broaden their knowledge through teaching and pedagogical expertise, as well as students who want to shape the country's future by instilling the best values in its future citizens.


    What is the scope after B.A. B.Ed.?

    After completing a B.A. + B.Ed. course, students can pursue a career in any position in the field of education. Some of the popular job positions that a student can apply for after completing an integrated B.A. + B.Ed. course include:

    1. Activist

    2. Administrator

    3. Career Counsellor

    4. Civil Servant

    5. Creative Writer

    6. E-learning faculty

    7. Research Fellow

    8. Researcher

    9. Subject Matter Expert

    10. Teacher

    11. Translator

    12. Tutor

    What are the Higher Studies options after B.Sc. + B.Ed.?

    B.A. B.Ed. graduates have access to a large number of postgraduate courses. They may pursue courses in teacher education or other areas. Here are some of the most popular postgraduate courses:

    • M.Ed.

    • PG Diploma (Teacher Training) courses

    • M.Sc.

    • MBA

    • M.Phil.

    • PG Diploma (Management) courses


    Which course is better B.Ed. or B.A. Ed.?

    B.Ed. is a degree programme that can be pursued only after graduation, which is the minimum eligibility requirement. Graduates (or those with higher qualifications) who have completed a relevant graduation programme are eligible to take this course. This program runs for two years. This means that, at the moment, if one wants to pursue B.Ed. after graduation, the entire process will take about 5 years. Three years to complete the relevant undergraduate degree course, such as B.Sc. or B.A., followed by two years of B.Ed. On the other hand, an Integrated Bachelor of Education course is a dual degree programme. The programme lasts four years in total. B.A. B.Ed. course- 10+2 in any stream (English subject required) from a recognised board. Holders of a D.Ed. (Diploma) are eligible for direct admission to the second academic year of this course. Both disciplines are beneficial, but it all comes down to your personal goals. If you want to stay in the education field, enrolling in a core educational course is a good idea. Meanwhile, if you think you might want to branch out into other fields in the future, pursue a B.A. B.Ed. which will help you obtain two degrees at the end of the program.


    Is an integrated B.A-B.Ed. better than a separate B.A. and then a B.Ed.?

    Some academicians, professionals, and industry experts, state that there are the certain features which render the integrated courses better and preferable to undergoing two separate degree courses. In general, an integrated course saves the student one year. Students can begin right after graduating from high school and earn two degrees at the end of the programme. The course provides more comprehensive and in-depth knowledge, with no study material repetition. In the case of two separate degree courses, the student must go through the admission and selection process twice; the student may also have to change institutions.


    What are Innovative and Integrated B.Ed.?

    Both Innovative B.Ed. and Integrated B.Ed. are highly valuable education programmes that adhere to NTCE standards. The difference is that Innovative B.Ed. is pursued after graduation or post-graduation and takes 1.5 years to complete. The Integrated B.Ed. (B.A. B.Ed. or B.Sc. B.Ed.) is pursued immediately after 10+2 with 50% marks and is completed in four years.


    Top Colleges for B.Sc. Ed.

    Some of the popular colleges offering B.A. B.Ed. (B.A. + B.Ed.) courses in India are:

    1. Al Ameen College of Education, Bangalore

    2. Amity University, Noida

    3. Bombay Teachers' Training College, Mumbai

    4. Faculty of Education, Dr M. G. R. Educational and Research Institute, Chennai

    5. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIP), New Delhi

    6. Hindu College, New Delhi

    7. Lady Shri Ram College for Women, South Delhi

    8. Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education (KRCHE), Delhi

    9. Miranda House, New Delhi

    10. Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar

    Admission Process

    Some colleges conduct entrance/college level examinations while others take direct admissions based on merit

    Higher Education Scope

    B.Ed., M.Ed., M.A. M.Ed., M.Phil. & Ph.D. (Education), PG Diploma (Teacher Training) courses, Ph.D., MBA, etc.




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At least 50% marks in 10+2 from a recognized board

Course Details

Course Type : Education

Course After : 12th

Mode : Classroom

Cut Off : 50

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