The University of Jammu Introduced B.Ed Course in its Bhadarwah Campus in the Year 2015.The main Purpose of introducing this course was to provide Education to the unreached sections of the society at their door steps within the Chenab Valley. The course is of two year duration spread over four semesters including Sessional work, Internship and Project work as recommended by The Justice Verma Committee. The Bhaderwah Campus is privileged to start the B.Ed Course as a constituent part of the University of Jammu and has developed as a model Course for others to follow. The course has an Experimental School “Little Angel’s School” associated with it which is being run by the Campus within its premises. Two Batches of this Campus has passed their B.Ed Course with good results. The third Batch is perusing education and admission of fourth batch is still going on. The total intake capacity for the course is 100 comprising of two units of 50 Students each.50% seats are reserved for the candidates of the erstwhile Doda District and 10% Seats are reserved for the candidates from the universities other than the University of Jammu..
To equip the prospective Teachers with necessary pedagogical skills.
To impart and develop adequate knowledge and good command over the subject matter.
To know and apply various instructional techniques used in teaching learning process.
The course for the degree of Bachelor of Education is extended over a period of two academic years, having four semesters. The course is designed with lectures/lessons/school internship/sessional activities/ Teaching practice and field work (including different components)/ seminars/workshop/assignments/term paper/ refelective journals.
For admission to B.Ed course a candidate to be eligible, must have passed the qualifying Bachelor Degree Examination in the discipline of Arts, Science, Social Sciences, Commerce, Music and Fine Arts with at least 50% of the aggregate marks (45% for scheduled caste/tribe candidates). Selection for admission Test/Merit basis as per programme to be notified by the concerned department.
The total intake capacity for the course (1st batch) was 100 candidates and the intake capacity for 2nd batch is 120. 50% seats are reserved for the candidates of the ersetwhile Doda district and 10% seats are reserved for the candidates from the universities other than University of Jammu. The total students enrolled in 1st batch is 90 out of 100 and in second batch 75 are enrolled.