Course

The B.Ed. Program aims to train teachers for the schools in the government/private sector in India. The curriculum and evaluation systems adopted by the college are similar to those used in the typical Colleges of Education. Emphasis is given to the development of domain knowledge and teaching skills. They take foundational and experiential coursework to enable them to meet the students with linguistic, cultural, learning and behavioral diversity. Senior/Guest Lecturer for different kinds of seminar to improve students theoretical and presentation knowledge for their future

  • Affiliated to Bangalore University
  • Recognized by Government of Karnataka
  • Recognized by National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)
  • Two year Graduate Programme

Eligibility for Admission:

  • A citizen of India who has passed any Bachelor’s degree examination of Bangalore University or any University in India or abroad recognized as equivalent through (10+2+3/4/5 pattern of education who has obtained 50% of marks I aggregate of all the subjects he/she studied for degree is eligible for admission to B.Ed., programme.
  • The candidate with less than 50% aggregate in the degree, but a Master Degree with 50% is also eligible for B.Ed. Programme.
  • In the case of SC/St, Category -1 and physically challenged student 45% marks in aggregate of all the subjects he/she has studied for degree course or 45% in post graduation.

Duration of the course:

The Duration of study for B.Ed. CBCS Semester Programme shall extend over a period of two years with four semesters of total 96 credits.  The first semester shall be 24 credits, second semester shall be for 24 credits, third semester shall be for 24 credits and the fourth semester shall be for 24 credits.

Medium of Instruction:

  • The Medium of Instruction is either English or Kannada.

 

COURSE FRAME WORK AND SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

 

FIRST SEMESTER                                                        Total Credits-24

Course No.

Course code

Course Title

Instr. Hrs

Duration of Exam

Credits

IA

Term end

Total

1

HC1

Child hood & Growing up

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

2

HC 2

Education in Contemporary India

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

3

HC 3

Development and Management in School Education

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

4

HC 4

Gender, School & Society

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

5

HC 5

ICT in Education

2 hrs

1 ½  hrs

2

15

35

50

6

HC 6

Language Across the Curriculum

2 hrs

1 ½  hrs

2

15

35

50

7

EPC 1

Communication skills and expository Writing

4 hrs

2

50

50

8

EPC 2

Understanding self, personality & yoga

4 hrs

2

50

50

 

 

Total

 

 

24

250

350

600

 

SECOND SEMESTER                                                     Total Credits-24

Course No.

Course code

Course Title

Instr. Hrs

Duration of Exam

Credits

IA

Term end

Total

9

HC 7

Learning & teaching

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

10

HC 8

Assessment for Learning

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

11

SC 1

Content & Pedagogy 1
Part-1

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

12

SC 2

Content & Pedagogy 2
 Part-2

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

13

EPC 3

ICT Applications

4 hrs

2

50

50

14

EPC 4

Fine Arts and Theatre

4 hrs

2

50

50

15

EPC 5

Pre Internship

4 weeks/ 35 hrs per week

4

100

100

 

 

Total

 

24

320

280

600

THIRD SEMESTER                                                         Total Credits-24

Course No.

Course code

Course Title

Instr. Hrs

Duration of Exam

Credits

IA

Term end

Total

16

SC 1

Content & Pedagogy 1
Part II

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

17

SC 2

Content & Pedagogy 2
Part II

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

18

HC 9

Action Research

2 hrs

1 ½  hrs

2

15

35

50

19

EPC 6

Action Research Project

2 weeks

2

50

50

20

EPC 7

School Internship

10 weeks/ 35 hrs per week

3 hrs

12

300

300

 

 

Total

 

 

24

425

175

600

 

FOURTH SEMESTER                                                      Total Credits-24

Course No.

Course code

Course Title

Instr. Hrs

Duration of Exam

Credits

IA

Term end

Total

21

HC 10

National Concern & Education

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

22

HC 11

Creating an inclusive school

4 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

23

HC 12

Knowledge & Curriculum

2 hrs

3 hrs

4

30

70

100

24

OC 1

Optional Course

4 hrs

3hrs

4

30

70

100

25

 

 

EPC 8

Post internship

Practical Examination (one lesson in each soft core paper)

4 weeks

2 weeks

 

Conducted by External Board

8

100

..

100

 

50+50

 

 

Total

 

 

24

220

280

600

 

Soft-core courses

Each student teacher shall take any two soft core courses of teaching school subjects based on the subjects studied at UG or PG level.

 

II Semester & III Semester

  • Content and pedagogy of Kannada.
  • Content and pedagogy of English.
  • Content and pedagogy of Social Science.
  • Content and pedagogy of Mathematics.
  • Content and pedagogy of Biological Science.
  • Content and pedagogy of Physical Science.
  • Content and pedagogy of Computer Science.
  • Content and pedagogy of Commerce.
  • Content and pedagogy of Management and Business studies.
  • Content and pedagogy of Home Science
  • Content and pedagogy of Hindi.
  • Content and pedagogy of Urdu.
  • Content and pedagogy of Sanskrit.
  • Content and pedagogy of German.
  • Content and pedagogy of French.

 

Optional Courses

Student teacher shall take any one of the following Optional courses during the IV Semester.

  • Guidance and Counselling.
  • Value Education.
  • Education for Peace.

 

Classification of Successful Candidates

The Results of successful candidates at the end of all four semesters shall be classified on the basis of aggregate percentage of marks obtained in all the semesters and the aggregate or cumulative grade point average (CGPA) for the award of /bachelor of Education.

Declaration of classes on the basis of  percentage of aggregate Marks

First Class with Distinction                :         70% and above( A+, A++ or O)

First Class                                        :         60% and above but less than 70% (A)

Second Class                                    :         55% and above but less than 60% (B+)

Pass Class                                        :         50% and above but less than 55% (B)