DU BEd result 2022 declared at nta.ac.in; How to download scorecard

Candidates can check their DUET 2022 BEd result scorecard on nta.ac.in. Direct link and instructions on how to download scorecard below.

DU BEd result 2022 declared at nta.ac.in; How to download scorecard DU BEd result 2022 declared. (Picture: Shutterstock)
Ishita Ranganath | Nov 23, 2022 - 3:39 p.m. IST
Share Via

NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the DUET Result 2022 BEd scorecard. Candidates can check their scorecard on the official NTA website- nta.ac.in

Suggested: Browse the list of colleges/universities accepting CUET 2022 Score. Free Download!

Don't Miss: CUET Cut Off 2022 (UR-OBC-SC-ST). Check Now

Also See: DU Admission Process. Check Now

How to check BEd scorecard

  • Candidates are required to visit NTA's official site at nta.ac.in.
  • Then click on BEd scorecard link available on the home page.
  • The candidates will be directed to a PDF file with result link.
  • Click on the result link and enter the login details and click on submit.
  • The candidate can then check their scorecard on their screens.
  • Candidates can download the BEd scorecard for future use.

Click here to check DUET 2022 BEd scorecard DUET 2022: BEd scorecard DUET 2022 candidate login page

Based on these scores, the university will release a merit list that will be released on DU's official website- du.ac.in and on the website of the university and department. The candidates will be allocated to colleges based in their rank in the DU merit list, subject category, availability of seats and preference of institutions.

After the declaration of the DUET 2022 results, eligible candidates are required to report to their allotted institutions with a photo ID proof, print out of their filled in application, registration form, admit card of entrance test, two latest passport size photographs and their qualifying exam certificates.

The DUET 2022 BEd examination was held on October 17 to 21, 2022 all across India. The Exam was held in the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode in 28 Cities across India. The test was of objective type, consisting of multiple choice questions (MCQs).


Follow us for the latest education news on colleges and universities, admission, courses, exams, schools, research, NEP and education policies and more..

To get in touch, write to us at news@careers360.com.

Know More About
Download Brochure
Back to top