Admission date for B.Ed extended by QAED

  • By Laiba Tariq
  • 10 months ago
  • 2 min read
Admission date for B.Ed extended by QAED

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LAHORE: On Monday, The officials of Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED) announced that the Last date of admission for B.Ed and other programs at District QAEDs has been extended. the students who want to take admission in these programs are requested to submit their application form on their online portal on or before 30 November.

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The notification published by the QAED also mentioned the criteria of admission. According to the notification, at least 2nd division in intermediate or 12 years qualification or equivalent classes for B.Ed (Hons) 4-years Program. These programs are offered in all the affiliated colleges present in different districts across Punjab these colleges include QAED Kot Lakhpat, QAED Khanpur, QAED Sahiwal, QAED Faisalabad, QAED Gujrat, etc.

Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development (QAED) Punjab is an attached and premium training institute of the School Education Department (SED) for the professional development of educational managers and teachers across the province. It has an outreach capacity of 29 district QAEDs and laboratory schools attached in 22 districts with the mandate to uplift quality education through professional development.


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