B.ED., - BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
The course is of one academic year commencing in June / July. The medium of instruction is English. The course is under non-semester system. The students are trained in observation of classes, practicing micro teaching and class room teaching, conducing of citizenship training, communication skill, self-motivation, positive thinking and empowerment.
Course Content :
The program consists of both theory and practical components. The theory part consists of 3 core papers, 1 elective and 2 optional.
(a) Core Subjects
1. Education in the Emerging Indian Society
(b) Elective Subjects
1. Human Rights Education
(c) Optional Subjects
Under practicum, every student must undergo school based teaching practice for a period of 40 working days in the school to which the candidate is deputed for internship training.
M.Ed., - MASTER OF EDUCATION
The course of study shall be for a duration of one academic year under non-semester system. A pass in B.Ed., with not less than 50% marks (rounding off of marks to the next higher integer is not permitted) in Theory and Practicals, separately, is the eligibility criterion for admission.
The course consists of three core papers, two electives (to be selected one from each group offered by the University) and dissertation.
(a) Core Subjects :
1 Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives in Education.
(b) Elective Subjects :
Group I Subjects
> Primary and Secondary
Group II Subjects
> Curriculum Development
and Instructional Technology
> The dissertation report
should not exceed 120 pages
85% attendance is compulsory for submission of application to appear in the University Examinations for both B.Ed., and M.Ed., students.
The B.Ed., candidates must secure not less than 50% marks in each of the six theory papers with a minimum of 45% in the external examinations in each paper. Similarly, every candidate must secure not less than 50% in each of the practical activities for which weightage is given, to pass in practical examinations.
The M.Ed., candidate must secure not less than 50% marks in each paper to pass the examination.
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