The B.Ed. Program is designed to develop leaders for tomorrow in the fi eld of educati on. To meet this challenge the curriculum is organized around four specific academic components. The program structure comprises of foundati on courses, experiential learning courses, methodology courses and optional course.
Admission is based on Merit and Personal Interview.
|Bachelor of Education||Subject||Subject||Subject||Subject||Subject||Subject||Subject|
|Year I||Sem I||Childhood & Growing Up||Philosophical & Sociological Foundations of Education||Language Across the Curriculum||Understanding Disciplines and Subjects||Pedagogy of a School Subject-I (Any one)||Environmental Studies||Preliminary School Engagement-I|
|Sem II||Learning & Teaching||Knowledge & Curriculum-I||Assessment for Learning||Teacher as a Counsellor||Drama and Art in Education||Preliminary School Engagement-II||Pedagogy of a School Subject-II|
|Year II||Sem III||Internship-I||Internship-II|
|Sem IV||Gender, School & Society||Knowledge & Curriculum-II||Creating an inclusive School||Optional Course||Soft Skills||Reflection on School Experience||Reading & Reflecting on Texts|
The program structure is tentative, subject to change (if required).
Pedagogy Subjects: Pedagogy of a School Subject-I (Physical Science), Pedagogy of a School Subject-I (Commerce), Pedagogy of a School Subject-I (Social Studies), Pedagogy of a School Subject – II (English), Pedagogy of a School Subject- II (Hindi), Pedagogy of a School Subject-II (Bio Science), Pedagogy of a School Subject –II (Mathematics).
Optional Courses: Guidance and Counseling; Value Education; Health, Yoga and Physical Education.