The allotment list for this round of counselling will be released on August 31. Students allotted a seat in this list will be allowed to take admission starting from September 1, 2017.
The state colleges have 60 thousand B.Ed. and 5 thousand M.Ed. seats. Initially only 55 thousand students had registered for B.Ed. counselling and 1800 students registered for M.Ed. counselling. Initially the department had planned to conduct only two rounds of counselling.
The first allotment list was released in July and about 45-60% seats were filled in the first round. However, more than 50% students allotted a seat did not take admission in the allotted college. Even after the second allotment, many seats remained vacant due to which the department conducted a third counselling.
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