B. Ed. (Regular) Scheme of Examination


SCHEME OF B.ED. EXAMINATION



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SCHEME OF B.ED. EXAMINATION

The B.Ed. programe will consist of the following components:-


There will be six theory papers of three hours duration carrying 100 marks each for final Examination.


Part I

Main theory paper I to VI

Part II

Teaching Practice and Practical Work

Part III

Spicialisation (Additionsl optional paper VII)

Part IV

Qualifying Compulsory Paper VIII (computer)

Compulsory Papers

- I to IV

Optional Paper

- V & VI

Compulsory

Paper I

Education and Emerging Indian society.

Paper II

Psycho-Social Basis of Learning and Teaching

Paper III

Educational management and school organisation

Paper IV

Educational Technology and classroom Management

Optional



Paper V and VI -Contents cum-Methodology Teaching Learning Specialisation-Paper VII


Under paper V and VI candidate shall be required to offer any two papers from the follwing:


1.Hindi

2. Sanskrit

3. English

4.Social Studies

5. History

6. Civics

7. Geography

8. Mathematics

9. Physics

10.Biology

11. Chemistry

12. General Science

13. Domestic Science

14. Arts

15. Music

16. Economics

17.Commerce Teaching

18. Book Keeping Accoutancy

19. Sindhi






Qualifying Compulsory Paper :



Paper VII Computer
Paper VIII Specialisation(Additional optional)

  1. Environmental Education

  2. Population Education

  3. Physical Education

  4. School Library organisation

  5. Educationaland Vocational guidance

  6. easurement and Evalution

  7. Elemantry Education

  8. Graduates in Arts, Science, Commerce Stream shall have to offer any two teaching subjects studied at Graduate Level at least for two years for paper V and VI

Evaluation papers I to VI
Each theory paper will carry 100 marks out of which 80 marks will be of theory paper at the final examination and 20 marks to be internally assessed. Out of the 20 marks 10 marks shall be for assessing the sessional work and 10 marks for the mid-term test.

III Question Papers:

  1. Each question paper (in papers I to VII will have two sections. Section 'A' will contain 12 short answer type questions, out of which a candidate will be required to attemp 7 questions each carring 5 marks Section'B' will contain three essay type questions with an internal choice for each question. Essay type questions will carry 15 marks.

  2. Short answer type questions should aim at testing knowledge of concepts. facts definitions, laws principles and generalizations etc. and also testing of understanding of principles and concepts etc. The answer to such questions should not exceed a page for each question.

  3. Essay type questions are to aim at testing abilities of critical thinking and application of principles etc. taught in theory.

  4. The syallabus of content part in papers VI & VII shall be the same as prescribed in the relevant teaching subject (optional wherever provided) for the Senior Secondary Examination of the Board of Secondary education, Rajasthan, Ajmer from time to time.

  5. No direct question will be set in this content part but it will be evaluated along with methodology prescribed in the syllabus i.e., the question set on this part will be based on the application of methodology.

  6. (i) Each question paper set on subjects included under Papers V and VI will have two sections Section'A' will contain 12 short answer type question of 5 marks each. Section 'B' will contain 3 essay type quastions with an internal choice for each question and each essay type question will carry 15 marks.

(ii) Section'A' will further have sections A1 and A2 Section A1 will have 5 questions related with the content based methodology and section A2 will 5 question related directly with methodology. Candidate will be required to attempt from section A and 3 question from section 'A' of these parts of Section A.

  1. The frist of the three questions set in Section 'B' in papers included under paper V to VI will be on content based methodolgoy. The internal choice given in this question will be also of the same nature i.e. content base methodolgy (application of the methodology in content area).


PART II

Teaching practice and Practical Work
The teaching Practice will carry 300 marks comprising of :



1-Internal assessment

150 marks

2-External examination

150 marks

Board of Examiners for Teaching Practice: As far as practicable each candidates will be examined by at least one examiner of his strem. Board will consist of Two external examiners. and Principal or his nominee. The name of Internal examiner may be proposed by Principal.


Internal-The distribution of 150 marks of Internal assessment shall be as follows.
Internal Assesment scheme

S.N. Activities Marks Distribution



  1. Micro Teaching (5 skills)
    (Each skill of 2 marks) 10

  2. Regular Practice Teaching including unit Test
    (each subject of 25 marks) 50

  3. Criticism Lesson (Each subject of 10 Marks)

  4. Observation 05

    1. Criticism lesson

    2. Demonstration

    3. Ordinary lesson

  5. Teaching aids05
    (For Arts Student-four in each method subject)
    (For Science Student-two teaching aids and practical in each method subject)

  6. Practical in the Audio Visual equipments-two 05
    (to be evaluated by Audio Visual in charge)

  7. Open air session/SUPW camp and community service 20

    1. Beautification and sharmdan

    2. Community Participation

    3. Studies (work experience related with some theory course)

    4. Cultural and literary activities and games.

  1. Internship (block Practice teaching)

  1. Teaching of Method subject (15x1=15)

  2. Social participation in group(5)

  3. Participation in all activities of school (10)

  4. Report of any feature of school/Case study/Action Research(5) Grand Total 150

V. Organisation and Evaluation of Practice Teaching:

  1. Every candidate will teach atleast 40 lesson (20 lesson in each subject) during Practice teaching session. At least ten lesson in each subject should be supervised.

  2. 40 lessons as desired in the syllabus should be completed as full period class room lesson. Micro teaching lessong be used in addition to those 40 lessons for developing certain teaching skills.

  3. A minimum of ten lessons in each subject will be supervised evaluated by the subject specialist or a team of specialists of the subject.

  4. By and large, the evaluation of the performance in the pratical teaching will be based on the last lesson in the subject when the student has acquired some compectence and skills of teaching

  5. The internal assessment in practice of teaching will be finalized by the principal with the help of the members of the teaching staff and the same will be communicated to the University before the commencement of the practical each year.

  6. Each candidate should be prepared to teach two lessons (one in each subject) at the final practical examination. The external examiners may pickup 10% of the candidates to deliver two lessions.

  7. There will be a Board of Examiners for the external examination for each college which will examine each candidate in atleast one lesson and a minimum of 15% in two lessons (one in each of the two subjects.

  8. The board of Exam. will Consist of :

    1. The principal of the college concerned.

    2. A principal or a senior and experienced member of the teaching staff of another training college, affiliated to Rajasthan University.

    3. An external examiner from outside the University of Rajasthan or a senior member of the teaching staff of an affilited training college.

    4. The Board as far as possible will represent Humanities Languages and science.

  9. Approximately 40 lessons will be examined by the Board each day.

VI. Working out the result and awarding the division:

  1. A candidate in order to be declared successful at the B.Ed. Examination shall be required to pass saparately in Part (theory) and Part II (Practice of Teaching).

  2. For a pass in Part I (Theory) a candidate shall be required to obtain atleast (a) 30 percent marks in each theory paper and sessionals (24 marks out of 80 and 6 marks out of 20); (b) 36 precent marks in the aggregate of all the theory papers.

  3. For a pass in Part II (Practice of Teaching) a candidate shall be required to obtain separately at least-

    1. 40 precent marks in the external examination.

    2. 40 precent marks in th internal assessment.

  4. The successful candidate will be classified in three divisions and shall be assigned separately in theory and Practice of Teaching as follows:

Division

Theory

Practice of Teaching

I

60%

60%

II

48%

48%

Pass

36%

40%

Computer Prac.

36%

40%


VII Part III Qualifying Compulsory Paper - VII
Computer Literacy And Educational Applications

  1. Each candidate is required to qualify this paper for obtaining the dehree. However the marks obtained in this paper will not be included to determine the overall division.

  2. This paper will consist of 100 marks (50 marks for Theory paper and 50 marks for Practical)practical exam. will be taken by a board of examiners consisting of one external and one of the internal examiner.

  3. In order to be declared successful in this paper candidate must obtain a min. of 30% marks separately in Theory and Practical and 36 % marks in aggregate.

Evaluation 2.


1.

Theory paper of

50 Marks

Practical Evaluation (a) Practical Exam.
(b) Submission of Report
(c) Viva
Total

50 Marks
20 Marks
20 Marks
10 Marks
50 Marks





VIII Part IV Specialisation Additional Optional Paper - VIII

  1. Candidate may offer any one of programme mentioned under paper VII. Each will consist of 100 marks. out of which 80 marks to be internally assessed out of 20 marks, 10 marks shall be for assessing the sessionalwork and 10 marks for the mid-term test.

  2. Marks obtained in this paper will not be included to determine the overall division but if succesful,a mention will be made to the effect in the degree conferred.

  3. The examination paper will comprise of questions based on theoretical as well as practical work prescribed for the paper.

  4. (i) Question paper set on subject included under Paper VII will have two sections. Section'A' will contain 12 short answer type question of 5 marks each. Section 'B' will contain 3 eassy type question with an inteernd choise for each question and each essay type question will carry 15 marks.

(ii) Candidates will be required to attempt only 7 question out of 12 questions from Section A and three question from section B. which have internal choice.

  1. The practical work record shall be properly maintained by the college and may be made available for satisfaction of external examiners in practice teaching who are experted to submit a report regarding this separately.

  2. In order to be declared successful in the Additional Special Programmes, the candidates must obtain a minimum of 50 marks in this paper.

VIII. Special Papers:
Any one of following may be offered-
Paper VIII

  1. Environmental Education

  2. Population Education

  3. Physical Education

  4. School Library

  5. Edcuational and Vocational guidance

  6. Measurement and Evaluation

  7. Elementary Education


Paper – I
EDUCATION AND EMERGING INDIAN SOCIETY


Objective
To enable the Student teacher to understand-

  1. The relationship between philosophy and education how different philosophical system have influenced the education.

  2. The Context in which various educational approaches have evolved in India.

  3. The Provisions regarding education in the Indian constitution.

  4. The need to study education in a sociological perspective. The Process of Social change influencing the education and the role of education in social change.

  5. The role and commitment of the teachers and learners about the challenges faced in evolving new education order.

  6. Role of education in changing Indian Society towards a new social order.

Course Content

Unit 1 :

  1. Concept, nature and Meaning, aims objectives of education.

  2. Forms of Education-Formal, Informal,Non-formal.

  3. Values and aspirations of the present Indian Society.

  4. Cultural heritage and its relevance in the modern Indian education.

Unit 2:
Educational implications of the following.

  1. Idealism

  2. Naturalism

  3. Pragmatism

Educational contribution of the following:

  1. Jainism

  2. Geeta

  3. Buddhism

  4. Ravindra Nath Tagore

  5. M.K. Gandhi

  6. Swami Vivekanand

  7. Sri Aurobindo Ghosh

Unit 3 : Indian Constitution and the status of education with refernce to the following:

  1. Universlization of education.

  2. Equality of opprtunities in education.

  3. Education and Fundamental Rights and Duties.

  4. Relationship between education and democracy.

  5. Role of education in developing Socialistic patterns and notional integration.

Unit 4:
Education as a sub-System
Edcation as an agent of social change,social change influencing the trend of education and social disparities.
Social Mobility Cultural Lag,Gender disparities
Regional disparites.
The role of educational institution for creating new social orders.


Unit 5:
Emerging Indian Concerns and their educational implications;
Population education.
Ecological imbalance.
Globalisation.
Human rights.
Technological invasion.

Sessional Work (20 Marks)

  1. One test of 10 marks

  2. An essay of 10 marks on any one of the following:

  1. Role of teacher to prepare students for responsible citizenship.

  2. Inculcation of values in the present system of education.

  3. Edcuation opportunities

  4. Educational opportunities

  5. Universalzation of Edcuation

  6. Education and Culture

References

Anand,C.L.Etal-

The teacher and education in emerging Indian Society (New Delhi NCERT, 1983)

Dewey John-

Democracy and Education,New York.

Home,H.H.-

Democratic Philosophy of education,Macmillan,New York.

Odd.L.K.

Siksha ki Darshanik and samajshasatriya bhumika-new delhi macmillan

Raymont

Principles of Education Longmans Green London.

Philosophical

Basis of Education Longmans Green London.

Pandey and Rajni

Shiksha and Bartiy samaj

Repart of the University Education commission,1948


Report of the Education Commission,kothan Commission


Saiydain K.G.-

Problems of Educational Reconstruction in India.
bombay,Asia Publishing House.

Shrimali K.L.

Education in changing India,Bombay Asia Publishing House.

Teneja V.R-

Educational Thought and Practice Sterling Publication, New Delhi,1973.

Verma and Uppadhaya-

Shiksha ke Darshanik and samakjik aadhar

Yadav and Yadav-

Education in the Emerging Indian Society (Hindi and English)

Ravindra nath thakur-

Shiksha ke vividha Ayam, ravindra nath ki shiksha 1999,
Arun prakashan E-54,Mansarovar park,Delhi.

Dr. Ramnath sharma,Dr Rajnedra kumar sharma,shekshik samajshatra,1996 Etalatik Pupilshar and Dishtribuyutsha,New Delhi-11002


R.R.Rask,Aanuvadk A.K.Old.Shisha ke Dashanik Aadhar 1990, Rajsthan Hindi Gratha Aakadmi,Jaipur.


Pathak P.D.-

Shisha ke Samany Sidhant Vinod Pustak Mandir Agra!

Thivedi M.S.

Samajshatra College Book House,Jaipur.

Saxena N.R. Swaroop-

Principles of Edcuation Internation Publishing house Merrut (U.P)

Smelers Neel J. Sociology.

Prentice Hall of Indian Private Ltd.New Delhi.

Taygi Pathak

Bartiy shisha ki Samsamyik Samshye Vinod Pustak Mandir,Agra!

Sexena N.R. Swaroop-

Philosophical and Sociological foundation of Education (1995-96) Usha Printer,New Mohan Puri, Merrut Ruhela Satyapal Sociology of Edcation-1992).


Paper – II


PSYCHO-SOCIAL BASIS OF LEARNING AND TEACHING

Objectivies

  1. To develop an understanding of the basic concepts, methods and principles of Psychology and of Educational Psychology with reference to learning and teaching.

  2. To develop an understanding of the nature and process of learning in the context of various learning theories and factors.

  3. To develop an understanding about the various factors that affect learner like personality intelligence, creativity and motivation.

  4. To develop an understanding of the impact of social and psychological factors responsible for a balance development of personality of the learners.

  5. to develop effective teaching skills in the teacher-in the making.

  6. to acquaint them with various aspects of teaching such as factors that affect it, teaching models and various teaching theories.

  7. To develop necessary skills to evaluate and interpret the learning outcomes.

CONTENTS
Unit-I

  1. Educational,Psychology its meaning methods, scope,Functions and applications.

  2. Implications of Educational Psychology for a Teacher, Curricula,Classroom situations and learner development.

  3. Growth and Development of the learner-Growth and Development meaning,Principles (Physical,social,mental and Emotional Development) and their Implications for learning.


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