Courses – B.Ed. M.Ed. and D.Ed.

 

B.Ed.

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme aims at developing the understanding and competencies required by practicing teachers for effective teaching-learning process at the secondary school stage. This programme prepares prospective teachers to understand the psychological and sociological aspects of the child’s development and also to understand their behaviour under different conditions. The course work combined with rigorous practice of teaching prepares teacher trainees to master the art of teaching and the ability to deal with students based on their individual differences in various classroom situations.

B.Ed. Admission

1. B.Ed. Intake:

Two units (100 students) per year for 2 year B.Ed. Regular Course.

2. Admission Procedure:

B.Ed. admission is done by the Universities of Haryana on rotation basis. All the admissions in the Haryana State are done by one of the University through counselling. Admissions are centralized. The College can not admit single student without Counselling. Rules and Regulations of the admission are framed by the concerned University. From the session 2016-17, onwards admissions are made by Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University, Jind on the basis of merit.

3. Academic Session:

The B.Ed. regular two-year course period commence from July and continue upto June. July & August are the admission months while April to June are the months of examination.

4. Fee Structure:

The fee structure decided by the M. D. University is as under:

1. Government/Government-Aided College of Education Rs. 12,000.00
2. In addition to the above fee, other annual charges as prescribed by the University are given below:

A. Development Fund Rs. 2000.00
B. Registration/Enrolment Fee Rs.1000.00
C. Examination Fees Rs.600.00
D. Dr. R.K. Foundation Fee Rs.70.00
E. University Sports Fee Rs.200.00 (Rs. 150.00 to be remitted to the University)
F. Youth Welfare Fee Rs.50.00 (Rs. 30.00 to be remitted to the University)
G. Holiday Home Fee Rs. 10.00
H. NSS Fee Rs. 50.00 (Rs. 05 to be remitted to the University)
I. University Magazine Fee Rs. 50.00
J. Youth Red Cross Fund Rs.60.00 (Rs. 30.00 to be remitted to the University)
Total = Rs. 4090 + Rs. 12,000 = Rs. 16,090.00

There is no provision of payment seat or any donation for the admission. The admissions are made objectively and in a transparent manner.

5. Curriculum:

The B.Ed. two-year regular course curriculum and ordinances are followed as prescribed by the Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak. The papers are as follows:

Year I

Course

Nomenclature

Max. Marks

No. of Credits

Teaching Hours per Week (Exam Hours: Marks)

Total

Theory

Internal

I Childhood and Growing up 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
II Contemporary India and Education 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
III Learning and Teaching 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
IV & V Pedagogy of School Subject 1* 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
IV & V Pedagogy of School Subject II* 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC) Practicum
VI (A) Reading and Reflecting on Texts 50 2 Credits
VI (B) Drama and Art in Education 50 2 Credits
VII (A) Critical Understanding of ICT 50 2 Credits
VII (B) Understanding the Self 50 2 Credits
Total Marks 700 Total Credits 2 Credits
NOTE: Engagement with the Field in the School for two weeks: Tasks and Assignments for all the theory papers**

YEAR II

I Knowledge and Curriculum 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3.00 HRS: 80)
II Assessment for Learning 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3.00 HRS: 80)
III Creating an Inclusive School 100 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3.00 HRS: 80)
IV(A) Language Across the Curriculum 50 40 10 2 Credits 2 (1.30HRS: 40)
IV(B) Understanding Disciplines and Subjects 50 40 10 2 Credits 2 (1.30HRS: 40)
V(A) Gender, School & Society 50 40 10 2 Credits 2 (1.30HRS: 40)
V(B) Option Course
Any one of the following:
1. Work Education
2. Health, Physical and Yoga Education
3. Peace Education
4. Guidance and Counselling
50 40 10 2 Credits 2 (1.30HRS: 40)
VI Skill in Teaching (Pedagogic Subject 1) 100 4 Credits
VII Skill in Teaching (Pedagogic Subject II) 100 4 Credits
VIII School Based Activities:
1. Development of CCE
2. Development of Learning Material
3. Reporting (Record) about School Internship
50 2 Credits
Total Marks 750 Total Credits 30 Credits
NOTE: Engagement with the Field in Schools for two weeks: Tasks and Assignments for all the theory papers along with Teaching Practice for Pedagogy of School Subject I & II**

* Candidates are required to opt two ‘Teaching Subjects’ selecting one from any (A, B, C & D) groups out of which one teaching subject can be on the basis of graduation and the other one may be on the basis of Post graduation. However, the candidates who have passed Shastri Examination can opt for two subjects from Group-A.

Paper

NOMENCLATURE

Max. Marks

No. of Credits

Teaching Hours per Week (Exam Hours: Marks)

Theory

Internal

Group A

Opt. i Pedagogy of Hindi 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. ii Pedagogy of English 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. iii Pedagogy of Sanskrit 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. iv Pedagogy of Urdu 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Group B
Opt. i Pedagogy of Mathematics 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. ii Pedagogy of Home Science 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Group C
Opt. i Pedagogy of Biological Science 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. ii Pedagogy of Economics 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. iii Pedagogy of Computer Science 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. iii Pedagogy of Music 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Group D
Opt. i Pedagogy of Physical Science 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. ii Pedagogy of Social Sciences 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
Opt. iii Pedagogy of Commerce 80 20 4 Credits 4 (3 HRS: 80)
**Under the broad curricular area, Engagement with the Field, 20 weeks (4+16) shall be allocated over the two years for Tasks, assignments, Teaching Practice and school internship.

Distribution of Four Weeks

  • During the first year, to support better understanding of schools and in preparation of Internship, teacher education institutes shall make provisions for visits to innovative centres of pedagogy and learning – innovative schools, educational resource centres, etc.
  • Two weeks of First Year will be devoted to field engagement through different tasks and projects with the community, the school, and the child in school and out-of-school.
  • Two weeks of Second Year will be devoted to field engagement through different tasks and projects with the community, the school, and the child in school and out-of-school along with the teaching practice for Pedagogy of School Subject I & II.


Distribution of Sixteen Weeks (School Internship)

  • During the Internship, a student-teacher shall work as a regular teacher and participate in all the school activities, including planning, teaching and assessment, interacting with school teachers, community members and children.
  • Initially, the student-teachers will observe the school and its classrooms with regular teachers for one week.
  • For each student-teacher, internship should be conducted preferably in one school within the District of concerned College of Education for the entire another 15 weeks. However, this period can be divided into two blocks in such a way that teaching in one school at a particular level (for example elementary or senior secondary) during one block, is followed by the teaching in another school or the same school at another level during the second block. Under any circumstances, the student-teacher should not be sent to more than two schools during her/his internship period.
  • Student-teachers should be provided opportunities to teach in government and private schools with systematic supervisory support and feedback from Principal/faculty of the school and concerned College of Education giving preference to practice schools and limiting to concerned District only. After completing School Internship from the school, the Principal of the concerned College of Education will countersign the Certificate signed by Teacher Educator of concerned College and Principal of the School.

 

NOTE: Internship should not be reduced to the ‘delivery’ of a certain number of lesson plans, but should aim for meaningful and holistic engagement with learners and the school. Moreover, teaching should not be practiced through the reductionist approach of ‘microteaching’ of isolated ‘skills’ and simulated lessons.

NOTE:
  • Each student will attend supervised teaching for two weeks in 2nd Year.
  • Practical Exam for Course VI (A), VI (B), VII (A) & VII (B) will be conducted by the external examiners at the end of 1st Year.
  • Examination of Skill in Teaching and School Based Activities will be conducted by an External Team consisting of one Coordinator (Head Examiner should be of the parent University) and two Members (Sub-Examiners duly approved by the Board of Studies) at the end of 4th Semester. While constituting the team, teaching subject of the Coordinator will be taken into consideration and it will not overlap with the Teaching subjects of other two examiners. Thus, a team will cover all the three streams i.e. Teaching of Languages, Teaching of Sciences and Teaching of Social Sciences.

 

Criteria for the award of 20 % Internal Assessment in Theory Papers will be as per the distribution given below:-

i) One Task & Assignment in every theory paper 10% marks
ii) One test in every theory paper 5%marks
iii) Attendance 5%marks
Upto 75% 0 mark
Upto 80% 2%marks
Upto 85% 3%marks
Upto 90% 4%marks
Above 90% 5%marks

 

 

NOTE:
If a candidate is awarded Internal Assessment of more than 75%, the concerned teacher will give specific justification for the same which shall be considered by a committee to be constituted by the concerned Principal of the College as the case may be.

Grand Total =1450 marks                                            Total Credits: 58

M.Ed.

The Master of Education (M.Ed.) provides an opportunity for professionals in the field of Education to undertake advanced coursework and research in their area of interest. The course offers professional educators excellent career prospects in terms of advancement of knowledge and qualification and ultimately making them better teachers. The course prepares graduates to inquire into the nature of educational problems and generate new knowledge, which can be used to enhance policy and practice and help develop skills to tackle the challenging and dynamic world of teaching.

Diploma in Education (D.Ed.)

This two years course offered by RLS College of Education is also recognized by NCTE Jaipur and the State Council for Educational Research and Trainee (SCERT), Gurugram. The conditions of eligibility (+2 with Hindi Sanskrit Language) admission procedure, fee structure are usually laid down by SCERT whereas examination of this course are conducted by Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani.The admission to this course are opened for resident of Haryana only. The details of the same may be searched at Haryana Board of School Education website and SCERT Website www.hbse.nic.in and www.scertharyana.in