Admission open for D.El.Ed, D.P.Ed courses

The Department of Public Instruction has invited applications for admission to Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) and Diploma in Physical Education (D.P.Ed) courses in government as well as recognised aided/unaided teacher training institutes under government quota.

An oficial release here said interested candidates may get the application from and submit it to the District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) concerned before May 28.

Candidates in general category must have secured 50% and SC/ST categories 45% in II PU/ class 12 to seek admission to D.El.Ed course. For D.P.Ed course, candidates of all categories should have secured minimum 45% marks while those participating in state or national sports events should have secured 40% marks in II PU/class 12.

Institutions merged

The release said the Government Women’s Teacher Training Institute, Balmatta, Mangaluru, has been merged with the District Education and Training Institute, Kodialbail.

Candidates while selecting the institute, should select DIET, Kodialbail, instead of Women’s Institute.

The DIET is the only government institute offering D.El.Ed in Dakshina Kannada.

Interested persons can get details from the centralised admission unit, Bengaluru, phone 080-22483140/ 22483145 or DIET, Jail Road, Kodialbail, Mangaluru, phone 0824-2493052.

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