Courses
 

Courses

Course of Study and Scheme of Examination:
 


Students admitted to the B.Ed degree (First year) shall study the following papers.
Core Courses - 4
Curriculum and Pedagogical studies - 2
Optional papers (Elective) – 3

Group - A - Core Courses – Perspectives in Education
 
  1. Psychology of Learners and Learning
  2. Education in Contemporary India
  3. Education and Socialisation
  4. Essentials of Teaching and Learning

 

Group - B - Curriculum and Pedagogical studies
 
  1. Pedagogy of Tamil – Part I
  2. Pedagogy of English– Part I
  3. Pedagogy of Mathematics– Part I
  4. Pedagogy of Physical Science– Part I
  5. Pedagogy of Bio-Science– Part I
  6. Pedagogy of History Part-I
  7. Pedagogy of Assesment of Learning

 

Group - C - Elective Courses
 
  1. Yoga, Health and Physical Education
  2. Environmental Education
  3. Information and Communication Technology in Education

 

COURSE OF STUDY (Second year)
 

Core Courses - 3
Curriculum and Pedagogical studies - 3
Optional papers (Elective) - 1

Group - A - Core Courses – Perspectives in Education
 
  1. Knowledge and Curriculum Development
  2. Perspectives of Inclusive Education
  3. Gender Issues in Education
Group - B - Curriculum and Pedagogical studies
 
  1. Pedagogy of Tamil – Part II
  1. Pedagogy of English– Part II
  2. Pedagogy of Mathematics– Part II
  3. Pedagogy of Physical Science– Part II
  4. Pedagogy of Bio-Science– Part II
  5. Pedagogy of History Part-II
  6. Pedagogy of Language – Tamil/English
  1. Curriculum Integration: Language and Discipline
Group - C - Elective Courses
 
  1. Educational Administration and Management

School Internship:
In the first year every student should complete 4 weeks of school internship in which 1 week for observing regular class room with the regular teacher and the remaining weeks for peer observations, teacher observations and faculty observations of practice lessons should be carried out as part of this teacher training programme. 
In the second year every student should complete 16 weeks of school internship should be carried out in which they will be provided opportunity to teach with systematic supervisory support and feedback from faculty. 

Pass Requirements & Class Declaration
 

For each theory paper the minimum mark required for a pass is 50%. For practical activities also the required minimum for a pass is 50%. For every activity the student should obtain 50% marks.
Class/ Division
Class will be awarded separately for theory and practical.
75% and above - Distinction
60% but less than 75% - First Class
50% and above but less than 60% - Second Class
Less than 50% - Fail

Details of Assessment:
 

Weightage given for Theory Component

Mark wise weightage given to Four Core Courses, two Curriculum and Pedagogical studies and three optional papers (Elective) is given below
 
 
 
Weightage given for Theory Component

Mark wise weightage given to three Core Courses, two Optional Courses and one Elective Course is given below

B.Ed.  First year
Curriculum Framework
Theory Components

 

Group - A: Perspectives in Education

Course Code

Name of the Course

Internal Mark

External Mark

Total Mark

FPEPL

Psychology of Learners and Learning

30

70

100

FPEEC

Education in Contemporary India

30

70

100

FPEES

Education and Socialisation

30

70

100

FPEET

Essentials of Teaching and Learning

30

70

100

Sub Total

120

280

400

Group - B: Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies

Course Code

Name of the Course

Internal Mark

External Mark

Total Mark

FCPTA

Pedagogy of Tamil: Part-I

30

70

100

FCPEN

Pedagogy of English: Part-I

FCPMA

Pedagogy of Mathematics: Part-I

FCPPS

Pedagogy of Physical Science: Part-I

FCPBS

Pedagogy of Biological Science: Part-I

FCPHI

Pedagogy of History: Part-I

FCPAL

Assessment of Learning

30

70

100

Sub Total

60

140

200

Group - C: Optional Course

Course Code

Name of the Course

Internal Mark

External Mark

Total Mark

FEPCY

Yoga, Health and Physical Education

30

70

100

FEPCE

Environmental Education

30

70

100

FEPCI

Information and Communication Technology in Education

30

70

100

Sub Total

90

210

300

Grand Total

270

630

900

 

B.Ed.  First year
Curriculum Framework
Practicum Components

Sl. No.

Activities

Level-I

Level-II

Total Mark

Marks

Marks

1

School Internship (4 Weeks)

-

-

-

2

Observation Records

10

10

20

3

Demonstration Records

15

15

30

4

Micro Teaching Records

15

15

30

5

Projects on Identifying and Analysing the Diverse Needs of Learners

15

15

30

6

Preparation and Contribution of Teaching and Learning Materials to Co-operative Schools

20

20

40

7

Reflective Record on Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Practiced in the Co-operative Schools

-

-

20

8

Test and Measurement Records

20

20

40

9

Environmental Education Record

-

-

20

10

Case Study Record - Individual

-

20

20

11

Psychology Experiment Record

-

-

50

12

Reading and Reflecting on School Text books

-

-

20

13

Citizenship Training Camp Record

-

-

20

14

Educational Technology Record

-

-

20

15

Yoga, Health and Physical Education Record

-

-

25

16

Coursewise Tasks and Assignment Record

-

-

(9 Theory x 25 Marks) 225

Total

600

 

 

Passing Minimum for Written Examination
Each candidate should apply for the written examination in the first attempt. A candidate shall be declared to have passed the Written Examination only if he or she secures not less than 50% in aggregate in each of the six courses, with a minimum of 45% in the external examination in each paper. All other candidates shall be deemed to have failed in the Written Examination. A candidate who fails in one or more courses in the Written Examination shall be permitted to appear again only for those courses in which he/she failed.

Passing Minimum for Practicum Components

Each candidate should apply for the practical examination in the first attempt. Candidates who have secured not less than 50% in each of the practical activities for which weightage is given shall be deemed to have passed in the practical examination. Others will be treated as unsuccessful candidates in the practical examination. All the records related to the Practical Components should be made available to the duly appointed Practical Examination Board at the time of Practical Examination and their decision on the marks to be awarded shall be final
Reappearance for Practicum Component
Each unsuccessful candidate shall be permitted to reappear for the practicum components examinations within the next three consecutive academic years in the main examinations only.
Classification of Successful Candidates
A candidate shall be awarded the B.Ed. degree if he/she has passed both the theory component and the practicum components. Successful candidates shall be classified as specified hereunder by taking into account of their secured marks in Theory and Practical Examination separately.
Classification for Written Examination

Percentage of Marks       Classification

50 to 59                           Second Class

60-74                               First Class

75 and Above                  Distinction

Classification for Practicum components

Percentage of Marks       Classification

50 to 59                           Second Class

60-74                               First Class

75 and Above                  Distinction

Marks Secured in Activities
Group A

Marks Secured in Activities
Group B

Over all Classification for Practicum Components

I Class

I Class

I Class

II Class

I Class

II Class

I Class

II Class

II Class

Distinction

I Class

I Class

I Class

Distinction

I Class

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Over all Classification

Theory

Practical

Over all

I Class

I Class

I Class

II Class

I Class

II Class

I Class

II Class

II Class

Distinction

I Class

I Class

I Class

Distinction

I Class

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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