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B.Ed. DEGREE COURSE SYLLABUS

Subjects Offered

  • Arabic
  • English
  • Hindi
  • Malayalam
  • Mathematics
  • Natural Science
  • Physical Science
  • Social Science
  • Commerce

Eligibility for Admission

Candidate seeking admission for B.Ed course shall be required to posses a Bachelors degree from M.G University or its equivalent or P.G Degree with 50% of marks.

I

a.

Minimum qualifications : BA/B.Sc. with 45% marks in part III. The part concerned and 50% for  Post  Graduate course in the same language. For B.Ed in commerce the eligibility is first or second class in M.Com (50% minimum).

 

b.

Graduates in any subject for which optionals are not offered B.Ed course are eligible for               admission to the subsidiary subjects taken at Degree  course if the subject is offered as optional at B.Ed course, subject to the rules of admission. But such candidates will be considered only after the ranking of candidates with the concerned main subject. Graduates in Statistics are eligible for admission to the B.Ed course with Mathematics as optional, subject to the rules of admission. Such candidates will be considered only after ranking candidates with Mathematics as main subject for B.Sc Examination.

Graduates in Petrochemicals (main)/ Polymer Chemistry (main)/ Bio-Chemistry (main) are eligible to apply for admission to B.Ed Degree course in Physical Science provided they have studied Physics as a paper/optional subject at the degree level. Graduates in Bio-Chemistry (main) are to be ranked only after ranking graduates in Chemistry (main). Home Science candidates seeking admission to B.Ed Degree course (are eligible for Natural Science option) should hold Post Graduate Degree in Home Science with not less than 50% mark. Also they should have studied botany and Zoology (each, at least as a paper) at the degree level. Home Science candidates should be ranked only after ranking the B.Sc zoology (main) Botany (main) candidates

II Concession
   

SC/ST need only a pass. OBC candidates will get a concession of 2% marks.  Candidates who are moderately physically handicapped and those who are blind are eligible to apply

III Weightage of marks:
  a.

Candidates with teaching experience in  approved schools/colleges in Kerala are eligible for a weightage of 0.1 marks for every month of approved service subject to a maximum of 5 marks, ignoring fraction thereof. Such candidates shall produce relevant certificate countersigned by DD/DEO/AEO respectively.

  b.

Candidates who have a Post Graduate Degree in a concerned subject are eligible for weightage of mark as follows: M.A/M.Sc - I class: 5% marks, M.A/M.Sc - II class 3% marks, M.A/M.Sc - III class: 2% marks.

  c.

Weightage of 1% marks shall be given to the candidates who have reoresented the University/State/Nation in sports and games.

  d

Certain percentage of marks shall be given to the local candidates as locality weightage on production of proper locality certificate from the competent authority. The percentage of marks and the revenue area shall be decided by the university, and it vests all the rights in implementing and withdrawing the conditions regarding the local weightage.

  e

A weightage of 2% marks will be given for purpose of ranking candidates who belongs to the revenue district in which the college is situated. In case there is no college in the particular Revenue District under the juris diction of the University, the candidates will be eligible for such concessions in the UCTE of the adjoining this category.

  f

5 marks will be given to the NCC/NSS certificate holders on production of relevant certificates issued from the college/University authorities during the B.A/B.Sc. Degree course.

  g

Dependents of Ex-servicemen/Service personnel/ BSP(son/daughter/wife/husband) are eligible to get concessions as per goverment rules.

  h

Additional seats will be allocated to regular teachers of Government/Aided schools / higher Secondary Schools.

  i 5 seats in each centre are reserved for NRI
  j

Certain percentage of seats are reserved for candidates of Model II Degree courses as per rules.

IV   B.Ed is available in following disciplines (subjects are given in brackets)
    1. English
    2. Hindi
    3. Malayalam
    4. Commerce
    5. Mathematics (Maths/Statistics)
    6. Social Studies (History, Politics, Economics, Sociology, Psycology, Islamic History, Philosophy, Geography)
    7. Natural Science (Biology, Zoology/Botany, Home Science)
    8. Physical Science (Physics, Chemistry, Petrochemicals)
    9. Arabic

General Features

The syllabus consists of two parts

Part I

Theory

Part II

Practicals

Part I. A .

Pedagogical Theory

Paper

1 Teacher and Education in Indian Society
2. Educational psychology
3. School Management, Measurement and Evaluation, Educational Technology, Guidance and Counseling and School Organization
  B Optional Papers
1. Methods of Teaching
2. Pedagogic Analysis

Part II.

Practicals

1. Teaching practice in the optional subject and connected activities.
2. Working with the community, socially useful productive work.
3. Child Study
4. Health and Physical education.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONS

Part 1 - Theory

A. Pedagogical Theory

 

paper

 

I

Teacher and Education in Indian Society

100

20

120

II

Educational Psychology

100

20

120

III

School Management

100

20

120

B. Optional Papers

Paper

I

Method of Teaching

100

20

120

II

Pedagogical analysis

100

20

120

 

Total

 

 

600


Part II. Practicals

I

Teaching practice in optional subject and connected activities 300 300

I

Lesson plans for 10 discussion lessons, 5 demonstration lessons, 15 criticism lessons 100 and 25 practice lessons 100  

II

Practise teaching 150  

III

Practical work regarding optional subjects:

The training imparted through educational
technology should be utilized for the
preparation of teaching aids such as models,
charts, diagrams, improvisation, handling
of A.V aids, preparation of a unit plan and
unit Test etc.

The item of work to be done as follows:
   

I

Improvisation/models 4    

II

Charts diagrams/maps 10 10    

III

Slides 3 3

IV

Handling A.V aids

 

 

V

Unit plan & Unit test - One each    
II working with the community, socially useful productive work 25 25
III Child Study 25 25
IV Health and Physical education 50 50
  Total Marks of practicals   400
  Grand Total   1000

Note : Internal Mark: For theory paper the internal assessment is to be based on the performance of the two terminal examinations and assignments in the concerned subjects. The marks to be distributed for each paper as follows:

 

Two terminal examinations

15

Assignments

5

Total for each paper

20


 
 
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