DU ITEP 2023: The University of Delhi has issued an invitation to apply for its Integrated Teacher Education Programme (ITEP) 2023. Interested candidates are requested to complete their registration by visiting the official website i.e. itep.uod.ac.in. , ITEP is a four-year degree course that underscores the improvement of a multidisciplinary way to deal with educator schooling inside advanced education. DU ITEP 2023 focused on the National Education Policy (NEP) of 2020 and the last date to apply is October 20, 2023.
The ITEP provides a dual-major bachelor’s degree and is of eight semesters. The course spotlights an interdisciplinary or disciplinary field of education.
This year DU ITEP 2023, is available at DU’s notable colleges namely Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College and Mata Sundari College. As mentioned in the Delhi University’s release, colleges are likewise offering specialization in B.A. 8. Ed. (Secondary) and B.A. 8. Ed. (Middle).
Candidates must have taken the National Common Entrance Test (NCET) 2023 if they want to join DU ITEP 2023. This year, NCET was directed by the National Testing Agency.
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The official notification mentioned that interested students must register at itep.uod.ac.in to apply to Delhi University.
Candidates are requested to review the ITEP release regarding data for 2023. They can visit the website admission.uod.ac.in for the same.
To apply for the Integrated Teacher Education Programme (ITEP) 2023 follow the steps given below:
Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College and Mata Sundari College of Delhi Univesity are offering the course only female candidates can apply.
- Visit the official website of ITEP
- Tap on the new registration link on the homepage
- A new page will be visible
- Enter the details carefully
- A payment link will be generated.
- Make payments and don’t forget to take the printout of the same.
The fees for the Integrated Teacher Education Programme (ITEP) are non-refundable. UR/OBC/EWS have to pay Rs. 250 as an application fee whereas, SC/ST/PwBD has to pay Rs. 100.
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