Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.): Scheme, Syllabi and Courses of Study
Scheme, Outlines of Tests, Syllabi and Courses of Reading for Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.), Examination 2010.
Note: Use of all brands of non-programmable calculators having signs of '+', '-', 'x', '_' 'O' only, is allowed in the examination center (in Paper only), but these will not be provided by the University / college. Radio papers / mobiles are not allowed in the examination.
The examinations shall consist of two parts as under:
- PART I
General Professional Course of Theory Papers
Paper Subject Ex. TH. Int. Eval. Ex. Pr. Int. Prac. Total Paper I Philosophical & Sociological Bases of Edu. 80 10 -- 10 100 Paper II The Learner Nature And Development 80 10 -- 10 100 Paper III Teaching Learning Process 80 10 -- 10 100 Paper IV a) School Management 48 6 -- 6 60 b) Computer Education 20 -- 16 4 40 Paper V a) Guidance & Counselling 48 6 -- 6 60 b) Any of the following elective options 32 4 -- 4 40 TOTAL 500
- School Library Services (Opt. i)
- Health & Physical Education (Opt. iv)
- Education of Children with Special Needs (Opt. v)
- Distance Education and open learning (Opt. viiI)
- Environment Education (Opt. viii)
- Co-curricular Activities in Schools (Opt. xiv)
Paper VI & VII Methodology of teaching of any two of the following : [Marks : (External 90 + Internal 10) + (External 90 + Internal 10) = 200)
* Teaching of English * Teaching of Science * Teaching of Hindi * Teaching of Home Science * Teaching of Punjabi * Teaching of Fine Arts * Teaching of Economics * Teaching of Music * Teaching of Social Studies * Teaching of Physical Education * Teaching of Commerce * Teaching of Computer Education * Teaching of Mathematics
- PART 2
(A) There shall be four components of practical works. The distribution of the marks for the practical work shall be as under:
Component External Internal Total I School Experience Programme 60+60=120 40+40=80 200
(For two teaching subjects)
II Simple Expressional Competencies 30 20 50 III Health & Sports Programme 30 20 50 IVA Work Experience Programme 30 20 50 IVB Co-curricular Cultural & Community activities -- 25+25 50
PART B (B) Total marks on the basis of which the degree will be awarded to the candidates are as follow :-
Part Component Marks Part I 1.1 500 1.2 200 Part II I 200 II 50 III 50 IVA 50 IV B 50 Total Part-I & Part-II (700+400) 1100
- Part 2
Practical Component I: School Experience Programme
- Observation of demonstration lessons of teacher educators.
- Study of lesson plans.
- Preparation of model lesson plans
- Visit to schools to study the school environment and pupils.
- Observation of teachers at work in school (thrust on execution of lesson)
- Delivering discussion lessons. One in each subject (1+1=2).
- One lesson must be delivered through multimedia presentation,
- Observation of 15 discussion lessons in each subject (15+15=30).
- Delivering 30 lessons in each subject (30+30=60) during two terms of experience program of total 30 working days (thrust on Planning of lessons)
- Case study of a student Weak/Bright/Exceptional.
- Preparation of question papers. One in each subject (1+1=2)
- Analysis of question papers of Annual Examination (8th or 10th class) One in each subject (1+1=2)
- Identification of mistakes generally committed by the students in concerned subjects,
- Study of the school plant (written report of any feature of the school),
- Keeping record of co-curricular activities held during teaching practice,
- Delivering one final lesson (University Exam) in each subject (1+1=2)
- At least 50% of the lessons delivered during SEP should be observed with written comments/suggestions by the supervisor-teacher-educator or school teacher/student teacher.
- The supervisor-teacher-educator shall award the marks out of 20 on the basis of overall performance under (ii) activities
- The teacher educator of the subject concerned will award the marks out of 25,10 and 5 respectively on the basis of performance under (iii) and (iv) activities
- The final lesson (University Exam) will be evaluated by a team of 2 examiners (1 internal and 1 external) of the subject concerned Weight age to the various aspects for evaluation of final lesson shall be given as under:
- Written Lesson Plan 1 5 Marks
- Presentation (Method, Questioning, Class- management, Student participation, Recapitulation, Assignment etc. 45 Marks
- Use of Instructional Aids 1 0 Marks
- Teacher Traits (expression, voice, class-control,impression, confidence, appearance and manner) 20 Marks
- Lesson Notebook 10 Marks
Total Marks: 50 MarksSimple Expressional Competencies
External: 30 Marks
Internal: 20 Marks
SEC includes following:
- Drawing and Sketching (25 sheets)
- Motto Writing (5 sheets)
- Action drawing (5 sheets)
- Black Board Plans (5 sheets)
- Preparation of six Teaching Aids
BB Writing & sketching on any topics from two teaching subjects
The programme of the Simple Expressional Competence will enable the student teachers to:
- Acquaint them with sketching for expression and communication purpose.
- Develop sense of organisation and aesthetic sense in them.
- Prepare, improvise teaching aids for effective teacher learning.
- Write legibly on Chalk-board.
- Learn to handle and display material
- Simple expressional sketching in pen, pencil, pastel, poster of watercolours in flat or graded tone from life or copy from pictures to prepare charts/models for teacher (25 sketches).
- Cutting and Pasting of 2 pictures on display boards.
- Block lettering in ink or colour on paper in Gurmukhi, Devnagari or Roman Script. ,
- Writing in Gurmukhi, Devnagari or Roman script and sketching on chalk board.
- Simple freehand sketching of diagrams figures, outline maps, fields, block diagrams.
- Using instruments and equipments such as set-squares, compass, stencils, scales, projector, overhead projector, tape recorder, T.V., V.C.R., mike etc.
- Keeping record of these activities duly signed by the teacher educator.
- The teacher educator in Art will teach component II.
- Single external examiner will do the evaluation separately of (A) and (B) who will be the teacher educator of Art in a College of Education.
- The Principal of the College concerned will be a moderator.
- Weightage to various aspects will be given as under
Total Marks: 50
- One period in a week for A and one period for B for a group of 45-50 students. The said periods will be taken by Art and Painting teacher. Out of two periods mentioned for B one will be taken by the Art and Painting teacher and one by the subject teacher.
- A blind student in lieu of the above mentioned shall opt for any one of the following as per facilities available with the college.
- Clay Modelling
- Spinning and Weaving
Health and Sports Programme
HSP will enable the student teachers to:
- Develop an awareness of keeping good health (Physical, Mental and Social).
- Practice and demonstrate skills for healthy living.
- Understand various systems of the body, their functions and care.
- Develop knowledge and skills of safety and first aid.
- Acquaint themselves with the harmful effects of smoking, drinking and drug-abuse.
- Identify communicable and non-communicable diseases.
- Appreciate small family norms.
- Arrange healthy recreations and inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship.
- Spot the sports talent among school students.
- Organization of health days, sanitation weeks, etc.
- Preparation of charts and posters (any two) on: Balanced Diet, Postures, Drug-abuse, Personal hygiene, communicable diseases, Non-communicable diseases, First-Aid and Safety, Road signs, Human Physiology, Family Welfare, Systems of Human Body etc.
- Preparation of file on any one game including the layout of ground rules and regulations. basketball, table tennis, badminton, kho kho, volleyball and Yoga
- Physical education; meaning, aims and objectives
- Health education: meaning, aims and objectives
- Various systems on body, their functioning & effect of exercises on them
- Poster' meaning, postural infirmities, causes and their remedial measures
- Safety measures on road in school, in swimming pool, at gymanisum & play grounds etc.
- Participation in one of the above mentioned six games (5 marks)
- Compulsory participation in the events of annual athletic meet of the college (10 marks)
- Discipline and regularity for the health and sports programme (5 marks)
- External examiner along with HSP incharge will award 30 marks on the basis of performance and participation in the practical exam of games and by conducting viva-voce exam.
Component IV (A)
Work Experience Programme
Total Marks: 50 External: 30 Internal: 20Marks Distribution
Practical: 20 Marks
Viva: 5 Marks
Practical File: 5 Marks
Total 30 Marks
Every pupil teacher is required to select any one of the following Elective Craft option:
- Computer Craft
- Candle Making
- Interior Decoration
- Home Craft
Component IV (B)
Co-curricular, Cultural And Community Activities
Total Marks: 50
CCCA programme will enable the student teachers to:
- Develop right attitude towards dignity of labour and world of work.
- Develop interest in leadership qualities, human relations and resourcefulness.
- Develop favourable attitude to serve the community.
- Organize cultural programmes and excursions.
- Understand the importance of community living.
- Appreciate cultural heritage.
- Understand the importance of sanitation.
- Co-curricular and Cultural (Any three)
- Organisation of college functions
- Participations in programmes of co-curricualar and cultural activities and morning assembly.
- Celebration of important days
- Organizing educational tours/ trips
- Community Activities (Any two)
- Cleanliness and beautification of Campus.
- Participation in NSS. Helping the needy-donating blood/literacy programme.