By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Aug 08, 2020 14:21 IST
UP B.Ed Entrance Exam 2020 Instructions: Know what to carry & what not at exam centre

The Lucknow University is going to conduct Joint Entrance Examination B.Ed tomorrow, August 9, 2020 in two shifts. The B.Ed JEE will be organized in 73 districts of Uttar Pradesh state, following proper safety measures. For the smooth conduct, 19 Nodal Centres have been made in 73 Districts of the State. UP B.Ed Entrance will be held only in the recognized and affiliated government colleges, and each college will carry three exam centres within premise. 

U.P. State B.Ed. 2020 Admission Test is going to be held on 9th August, 2020 (Sunday). About 4,31,904 candidates are scheduled to appear in the entrance test. Here are the instructions and guidelines students should read, before appearing in the B.Ed entrance examination.

What to carry/ do:

During this time, Covid-19 guidelines have to be strictly followed. No candidate will be allowed to take the exam without a mask. All students are asked to carry face mask along with them. Students are requested to bring their original Admit Card with passport size photograph. The Entrance examination will be organized in two shifts on August 9, 2020 i.e (9.00 am- 12.00 noon) and (2.00 pm- 5.00 pm). Students are also asked to report one hour before the examination. 

Students are advised to carry B.Ed Entrance exam Admit Cards. Students will be screened through thermal test and asked to make record of their temperature at entry point. Students should check seating arrangements in advance, make verification of their documents. Students may take scratch sheet/ if necessary and need to bbey the exam invigilator. Students are asked to use face masks/ hand sanitizer before beginning of examination. And after the examination need to submit admit card and rough sheet (if asked).

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Safety Measures at Exam Centre:

A day before the B.Ed entrance examination, each centre to be sanitized. The premises, examination hall and furniture of all exam centers to be sanitized a day before the examination. At all entry points Thermal detector and scanner will be fixed & properly checked. Adequate number of Masks, Hand sanitizers will be assured at all exam centres. Strict instructions are issued in row of safety. It is also clarified that after one shift of examination, entire building & exam halls to be sanitized.

UP B.Ed Exam Hall inside:

Two observers have been deployed at all exam centers. At each centre 200 masks will be placed at the examination centers. If a candidate is not wearing a mask by mistake, he will be given to wear one of these masks.

After the entry of students, center will be locked. Envelopes will be placed at each center for depositing the candidate's mobile. All the centers will be monitored with CCTV cameras. The seating arrangement will be printed on all the canters. Besides, 10 percent additional room inspectors will be arranged.

What not to carry/ do:

Candidates are asked not to carry personal belonging (Mobile phone, Watch, Bag/ wallet, Electronic Gadgets, Stationery items) inside the exam hall. Along with this candidate are also asked to obey following guidelines. No unfair practice including seat change request will be allowed. Students are asked not to apply Mehndi/ Henna at their hands. Students should not skip thermal testing at entry point. Don’t use of a torn or rough mask, don’t wear or carry restricted items inside exam hall and do not waste rough sheets, the instructions say.

Note- Separate / isolation room is prepared for students record high temperature, at the entry point. Students won’t be sent back in case their temperature records higher than the normal.

Students appearing in the August 9, 2020 scheduled U.P B.Ed entrance examination, are issued instructions they must follow at the examination hall. Further details are available in the instructions column of admit card and also available at website

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