1 Bachelor of Education(B.Ed) course Duration: 2 Years Level:Graduation Type:Degree Eligibility: Graduation B.Ed. stands for an undergraduate academic course known as Bachelor of Education. Earlier it was known as Bachelor of Training (BT). It is a course offered for those who are interested in pursuing career in teaching and related fields. Also referred as Bachelor in Education Course can also be pursued through Correspondence or Distance learning which is generally of 2 Years duration. While students from Arts Stream are trained to teach Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and high schools. National Council for Teacher Education is statutory body which regulates courses in teaching in India. The B.Ed. degree is mandatory in higher primary schools and high schools. B.Ed. Eligibility 1. The minimum qualification required for entry into B.Ed. course is Bachelor of Arts (B.A), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) or Commerce (B.Com.) from a recognized board/university with at least 50% marks. 2. Students need to appear in an entrance test conducted by the various states and independent educational bodes and universities for admission in various teaching institution attached with it according to the rank of the candidate in the entrance exam, 3. These exams are generally held in the month of June July and consist of Objective type questions on the subject of English, General Knowledge, Aptitude, Basic Arithmetic Teaching Potential and one local language in through practical training courses, apart from theory classes. Know more about B.Ed. Entrance Test
2 B.Ed. Syllabus Syllabus of Bachelor of Education as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges. Sr. No. Subjects of Study 1 Paper-I Philosophical and Sociological basis of Education 2 Paper-II The learner Nature and Development 3 Paper-III Teaching Learning Process 4 Paper-IV (PART A) School Management (PART B) Computer Education 5 Paper-V (PART A)Guidance and Counseling (PART-B) Any One of the following options: (i) School Library Services (ii) Comparative Education (iii) Adult and Continuing Education (iv) Health and Physical Education (v) Education of Children with special needs (vi) Population Education (vii) Distance Education and Open Learning (viii) Environmental Education (ix) Yoga Education (x) Value Education (xi) Educational Technology (xii) Elementary Education (xiii) Women Education & Indian Society (xiv) Co-Curricular Activities in Schools (xv) E-Education Recourse Development
3 PAPERS-VI & VII: Methodology of Teaching of any two of the following: 1. Teaching of English 12. Teaching of Life Science 2. Teaching of Hindi 13. Teaching of Physical Science 3. Teaching of Punjabi 14. Teaching of Home Science 4. Teaching of Sanskrit 15. Teaching of Fine Arts 5. Teaching of History 16. Teaching of Music 6. Teaching of Geography 17. Teaching of Physical Education 7. Teaching of Economics 18. Teaching of Agriculture 8. Teaching of Social Studies 19. Teaching of Computer Education 9. Teaching of Commerce 20. Teaching of political Science 10. Teaching of Mathematics 21. Teaching of Public Administration 11. Teaching of Science 22. Teaching of Sociology Note: (a) (b) PART-II B.Ed. course (through Correspondence is spread over two years, wherein Theory Papers I,II,III,IV (a & b) and Practical Components II & III shall be covered in B.Ed. Part-I; and Theory Papers V (a & b), VI and VII and Practical Components I & IV shall be covered in B.Ed. Part- II. A. There shall be four components of practical work. The distribution of the practical work shall be as under: MARKS Component Practical External Internal Total I School Experience 60+60= =80 200(For two teachin g Programme subjects) II Simple Expressional Competencies III Health & Sports Programme IV A. Work Experience Programme B. Co-curricular, Culture C. & Community Activities The University may appoint the Co-ordinator in the interest of academics in the college of Education.