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Syllabus of B.Ed. .::.


SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND SYLLABUS FOR B. Ed. ONE YEAR REGULAR COURSE TO BE IMPLEMENTED FROM THE

SESSION 2010-11

 

PART I: THEORY (PAPERS I- VII)

 

PAPER

 

NOMENCLATURE

Max. Marks

 

Periods per Week

(Exam Hours: Marks)

External

Internal

Practicum/ Sessionals

I

Philosophical, Sociological, and Economic Bases of Education

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

II

Learner, Learning, and Cognition

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

III A

Vision of Secondary Education in India in the context of 21st Century

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

III B Any one of the following:

Opt. i

Yoga Education

40

10

3

(1: 30 HRS: 40)

Opt. ii

Educational Vocational Guidance and Counselling

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. iii

Health and Physical Education

 

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. iv

 

Environmental Education

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. v

Distance and Open Learning

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. vi

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. vii

Gender Sensitization and School

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

Opt. viii

Human Rights Education

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

                                              

IV A

Curriculum and School Management

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

IV B

Inclusive Education

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

V A

Information Communication and Educational Technology

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

V B

Action Research

40

10

3

(1.30 HRS: 40)

VI & VII Teaching of School Subjects:

Note: Candidate is required to opt two ‘Teaching of School Subject’ selecting one from any group.

Group A

Opt. i

Teaching of  Hindi

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. ii

Teaching of English

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iii

Teaching of Punjabi

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iv

Teaching of Sanskrit Only for B.A. with Sanskrit

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. v

Teaching of Physical Sciences (Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Group B

Opt. i

Teaching of Social Science

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. ii

Teaching of Science and Technology

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iii

Teaching of Commerce

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iv

Teaching of Computer Science

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. v

Teaching of Home Science

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. vi

Teaching of Geography

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. vii

Teaching of Economics

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. viii

Teaching of History(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. ix

Teaching of Civics

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Group C

Opt. i

Teaching of Mathematics

 

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. ii

Teaching of  Sanskrit

(Only for M.A. Sanskrit and Shastri Students) ( They can opt Teaching of Hindi only)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iii

Teaching of Art

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. iv

Teaching of Music

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

Opt. v

Teaching of Life Sciences

(Old syllabus 2008-09)

80

20

6

(3 HRS: 80)

PART II-PRACTICALS (PAPERS VIII- XI)    Max. Marks: 300

(Examination would be conducted by an External Team consisting of one Coordinator (Head Examiner) and three members (Sub-examiners) -PRACS TEAM as appointed by the University for all Practicals from paper VIII A and VIII B, IX  & X  i.e School Education Programme)

VIII A

ICT enabled Practical/Projects

40

10

4

(1.30 HRS/40)

 

VIII B

(Any one of the following)

 

40

10

2+2

(1.30 HRS: 40)

 

1) Out of School Children’ Enrolment Drive (At least 5 children enrolment to Support teaching)

 

 

 

 

2) Recycling of the Waste Paper (Any five items)

 

 

 

 

3)  School/Classroom ambience: Interior- decoration(Old syllabus 2008-09)

 

 

 

 

4) Polio Drive and First Aid

(Preparing awareness material e.g. Posters/Hand Bills etc) (Any five items)

 

 

 

 

5) Drawing and Painting (Old syllabus 2008-09)

 

 

 

 

6) Alternate School Monitoring- Support teaching

 

 

 

 

7) Out Reach programme

(Marginalized children i.e Special needs/Economically/SC/ST/ Girls)

 

 

 

 

8) Mid Day Meal- Preparation to Monitoring

 

 

 

 

9) Organising Parent-Teacher Meeting

 

 

 

 

10) Serva Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA) Project

 

 

 


 

IX

School Education Programme (SEP-)Teaching Practice: School Teaching Subject I

(This programme must help Pupil-teacher to learn to function as a Teacher)

One lesson of each be delivered by Pupil-teacher, be evaluated by a team of experts consisting of One Coordinator (Head-Examiner) and three Members (Sub-examiners) -

60

20

20

C.B.W./

Distribution of Printed Teaching/Learning Material

(For Blind Students)

(Compulsory) 

 

A. Any Four Micro-Teaching Skills with 2 lessons each skill.

 Use of Chalk Board

including Handwriting (Compulsory)

 Use of Teaching Aids (Compulsory)

1) Questioning

2) Introducing the Lesson

3) Use of Reinforcement

4) Stimulus Variation

5) Illustration with Examples

B. Mega Lesson/ Discussion- 1

C. Simulated Lessons: 5

E. Real teaching :15 Lessons of Teaching Subject -I

D. Observation Lessons: 10

F. Criticism Lesson: 1

 

 

 

 

X

School Education Programme (SEP-)Teaching Practice: School Teaching Subject II

(This programme must help Pupil-teacher to learn to function as a Teacher)

One lesson of each be delivered by Pupil-teacher, be evaluated by a team of experts consisting of One Coordinator (Head-Examiner) and three Members (Sub-examiners) -

60

20

20

C.B.W./

Distribution of Printed Teaching/Learning Material

(For Blind Students)

(Compulsory)

 

A) Any Four Micro-Teaching Skills with 2 lessons each skill.

Use of Chalk Board including Handwriting (Compulsory)

 Use of Teaching Aids (Compulsory)

1) Questioning

2) Introducing the Lesson

3) Use of Reinforcement

4) Stimulus Variation

5) Illustration with examples

B. Mega Lesson/ Discussion Lesson- 1

C. Simulated Lessons: 5

D. Real Teaching :15 Lessons of Teaching Subject –II

E. Observation Lessons: 10

F. Criticism Lesson: 1

 

 

 

 

 

XI

Participation in Co-curricular School-based Activities

(Select any Four of the Following)

Grades from O, A, B, C, and D would be awarded

 

 

A.  Communication skills and Functional use of Language Lab

Portfolio would be maintained activity-wise for all including documentary proofs and would be submitted before the commencement of the exams. These would be evaluated by a team of Internal Experts.

 

B. Bharat Scouts and Guides

 

C. Literary Activities

 

D. Cultural Activities

 

E. International and National Days Celebration

 

F. Sports Activities

 

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