B. Ed. (Regular) Scheme of Examination

Sessional Work (20 Marks)

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Sessional Work (20 Marks)

  1. One test of -10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following -10 Marks

  1. Case study of one senior secondary lab of Physics.

  2. Description of design of any two improvised apparatus

  3. Planning an out of class activity to use local resources to teach physics

  4. Life sketch and contribution of one physicist

  5. Preparation of scrap book containing original science (scientific cartoon)/stories/latest articles/feature/play/interview report useful for teaching physics


  1. Hesis, Oburn and Hoffman: Modern Science"The Macmillan Company" New York,1961

  2. Thurber W. and A Collette : Teaching Science in Today' ssecondary schools Boston Allyan and Bacon Inc. New York, 1959.

  3. Magal S.K. : Sadharan Science Sikshan,Aray book Depot,New Delhi,1996

  4. Vaiday,N." The impact of science Teaching" Oxford and IBH Publication Company, New Delhi 1971

  5. Richardson S.: "Science Teaching in Secondary School" Prentice Hall USA 1957

  6. Sharma,R.C. and Sukla: "Modern Science Teaching' Dhanpat Rai and sons Delhi 2002

  7. Taygi S.K. Bhotik science Education Sahitay pakashan,agra-200

  8. Ravi Kumar S.K."Teaching of Science" Mangal deep Publication,2000

  9. Rao Aman Teaching of Physics,Anmol Publications New Delhi 1993

  10. Wadhwa Shalini:"Modern Methods of Teaching Physics" Sarup and Sons and New Delhi,2001

  11. Prasad Janardan:"Practical aspects in Teaching of Science" Kanishka Publication New Delhi 1999

  12. Bjatnagar,S.B.: Bhotik Science Education R.Lal Book Depot, Merat,2000

  13. Nigam D.S. : Science Education Hariyana Sahtiya, Chadigat,1990

  14. Nanda V.K." "Science Education today" Anmol Publication Pvt.Ltd New Delhi,1997

  15. Kumar Amit:" Teaching of Physical Science" Anmol Publication.New Delhi,1997

  16. Negi,J.S. V Negi rashita: Botiki Education,Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra,1999


Objectives :

  1. To enable pupil teachers to understand and appreciate mathematical structure and their isomorphism with physical realities

  2. To imporve their understanding of the basic concepts and make them appreciate their unifying strength and wide of applicability

To enable the student teacher to hava a clear idea of the plan of mathematics in school curriculum and ot its realtion with the objectives of general education

  1. To enable them to analyse the school syllabus of mathematics in relation to its objectives

  2. To enable them to see meaningfulness of the school mathematics programme in relation to life situations

  3. To give them competence in teaching different topics effectively

  4. To enable them to check up the results of their teaching against the objectives and their valid criteria

  5. To enable them to devise and suitably use aids for teaching so that if may result in better learning

  6. To enable them to use various teachniques and practices in the classroom to make pupil learning lasting and meaningful

  7. To enable them to organize co-curricular activities in mathematics

  8. To enable them to enrich and refresh their knowledge of content in Mathematics

Notes :

  1. The questions on the units such as methods of teaching aids in teaching unit and lesson planning objective and evaluation will be based on the Unit I.

  2. The quesstion on unit I will not be asked directly without any reference to Methodology.

  3. The unit I may be discussed by adopting any suitable methodology such as use of library assignments discussions etc.



Diagnostic, Remedial and Enrichment programmes with respect to the following content areas-

  1. Set theory and mathematical structures -sets, Relations and Functions An elementry idea of Boolian algabra and numbers with different bases

  2. Statistics-Graphical representation of the statistical data.Measures of central tendency, dispersion and coefficient of correlation

  3. Axiomatic development of Geometry: Concepts of line ray line segment angle triangle interior and exterior of angles and triangles Concepts of equality congruency and similarity.

(b) Any other topic from the prevailing syllabi at upper primary secondary and higher secondary stages in the state.


  1. The nature of mathematics Importance of mathematics in the Secondary school Curriculum History of mathematics and contribution of Indian mathematicians. Meaning of mathematics accordinng to the following school of thought

    1. Logistic

    2. Institutionists

    3. Formalists

  2. Aims and objectives of teaching mathematics Introduction of Blooms Taxonomy of education and education objctives in relation to knowledge understanding application and skills


  1. The mathematics Curriculum Strategy and principles of curriculum construction for the secondary level Recent trends in mathematics curriculum Critical evaluation of existing mathematics curriculum prescribed by Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education at different levels

  2. Unit and Lesson planning

  3. Methods of teaching

  1. Analytic and Synthetic

  2. Inductive Deductive

  3. Demonstration Laboratory

  4. Heuristic and project

  5. Problem solving

UNIT-IV Aids in Teaching and their proper use:

  1. Mathematics room (Planning and equipment).

  2. Text Books

  3. Audio visual aids film strips field trips and excersion Mathematics Association work book

  4. The mathematics Teacher-Academic and professinal preparation

  5. Journal and reference books on Mathermatics teaching

UNIT-V Evaluation in Mathematics

  1. Concept of evaluation distinction between evaluation and examination It is characteristics and functions

  2. Formulation of objective learning experience

  3. Preparation and use of tests for evaluation such as achievement tests diagnostic test aptitiude tests observation schedules etc.

Session Work (20 Marks)

  1. One test of -10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following -10 Marks

  1. Make a Diagnostic Remedial and enrichment programmes of set theory and mathematical strcutures

  2. Preparation and construction of an achiemement test based on any unit

  3. Preparation of a lesson plan based on any Innovative method Preparation of 10 frames of linear or Branching tupe programmes on any topic of mathematics


  1. Agarwal S.M.: Teaching of Modern mathematics, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, Delhi

  2. Ryangar and kuppuswami,N.A. teaching of mathematics in the new education universal Publication.

  3. Butler and Wren The teaching of Secondary mathematics McGraw Hill Book company

  4. Jagadguru Swami: Sri Bhari Krisna Turthji Vedic mathematics Moti lal Banarsidas Publisher Delhi

  5. Kapur J.N.: Modern mathematics for teachers Arya Book Depot,New Delhi

  6. Mangal,S.K. : Teaching of mathematics Prakash Brother Ludhiana

  7. Sidha,K.S.: Teaching of mathematics Streling pub.Pvt.Ltd,New Delhi

  8. ShriVastov and Bhatnagar, Maths Edcuation ,Ramesh Book Depot, Jaipur

  9. Shanti Narayan, Modern Abstract Algebra S. Chand & Co. New Delhi

  10. Kapoor and Saxena : Mathematical Statistic S. Chand & Co. New Delhi



  1. The student teachers will have understanding of Computer system and its working

  2. The student teachers will be able to understand and operate Windows.

  3. The students will develop skill in using Windows and the applications

  4. The students will be able to understand the Educational application of Computer

  5. The students will develop positive attitude towards handling of computers

  6. The students will develop skill in the use of Internet

Course Content


Computer Fundamenatals

  1. General awareness about functioning of Computer-

    1. Characteristics and uses of Computer

    2. Block diagram of Computer

    3. Classification of Computer

  2. Concept of hardware and software

  3. Input/Output devices keyboard Mouse, Monitor, Printer

  4. Storage devices (Secondary)-Hard disk, Floppy disk CD-ROM ZIP

  5. Computer memory and its units-RAM ROM bit and byte


Operating System

  1. Basic features of Windows

  2. Windows' and its accessories

    1. Explorer

    2. File Manager

    3. Managing Printing

  3. MS-Office

  1. MS-Word-Text Management

  2. MS-Excel-To support database and graphics

  3. POWER POINT- Preparation of Slides


Internet and Multimedia

  1. Server, Modern,E-Mail,Internet surfing for educational purpose websites Search Enginers

  2. Concpt of Multimedia and its educational uses


1. Computer as teaching machine:

  1. Computer Aided Instruction (CAI)-Concept and modes

  2. Concept of other terms like CMI (Computer Managed Instructions) CBI (Computer Based Instructions) CALT Computer Assisted Learning and Teaching)


  1. Information Teachnology and Computer (Concept, role, impact on education system)

  2. Role of Computer in Education System (e.g. library Management, Education Managment and rsearch School management, evaluation distance education, education of special Children etc)

Practicals and sessional work (any two)

  1. Preparation of Mark-sheet and Question Bank

  2. Preparation of instructional material/course ware (based on content analysis to be used as transparentcis/charts using MS-Word/Power Point

  3. Preparation of marks register of a class and its statistical analysis and graphical presentation.


  1. Theory paper of 50 marks

  2. Practical evaluation
    Practical exam - 20 marks
    Submission of report Viva-10 marks +one test 10 marks)
    -10 marks
    Total-50 Marks

References :

  1. Reghavan S.S.: (1986) "Mocrp Computer in Science and Language teaching" Mysore R. C.E.

  2. Osborne A (1982) "An Introduction to Micro Computers Galgolia Book Source" New Delhi

  3. Koor Harjit (1993) Computer, Aatmaram & sons, New Delhi

  4. Vakatachamal, S. Computer ek parichay, pitabar publication company pvt.Ltd New Delhi

  5. Balamurali, Savitha (1996) "An introduction to Computer Science" Vikas Publishing House, Pvt.Ltd.New Delhi

  6. Payal Lotia and Pradeep Nair-Computer an introduction BPB Publication, New Delhi-110001


Objectives : To enable the student teachers to-

  1. Understand the basic concept nature and scope of educational vocational guidance

  2. Understand the aims and objectives of educational and vocational guidance

  3. Understand the importance of educational and vocational guidance in the present national scenario

  4. Understand the role and responsibilities of guidance workers in School.

  5. Understand the natural and types of guidance services with reference to School Education.


UNIT-I- Concept, Nature and Scope of guidance

Importance of guidance in the lives of individuals meaning of guidance Distinction between guidance and counselling

UNIT-II-Importance of Guidance

Philosophy and aims of guidance, Importance of guidance in Schools for individuals and for siciety.

UNIT-III-Areas of Guidance

Areas of Guidnace, Educational Guidance Vocational Guidance.

Personal Guidance, Development Guidance Psychology of Careers. Concept of Vocational development and Careers Patterns.
UNIT-IV-Guidance in Present context
Guidnace Implications in the current Indian Scenario Edcuation and
Guidance Democracy and Guidance, Individual Difference and Guidance.

UNIT-V-Guidnace Services

Introducation of Guidance Services: Individual Inventory Service-

Commulative Record, Information Service, Follow up service, Group
Guidance Service, Guidance in the School Programme Role & Responsibilities of Guidnace worker in Schools.

Sessional Work (20 Marks)

  1. One test of -10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following -10 Marks

  1. Evaluation an Educational Programme Guidance and Curriculum Approach

  2. Write one essay and two abstracts.


  1. Erickson, Cliffor E,.: A Basic Tent for Guidance Workers N. Y.Prentics Hill Inc.1947.

  2. Forclich Clifford P.: Guidance services in smaller Schools New York Mc.Graw Hill Book Co. 1950.

  3. Hoppock: Group Guidancee, Principles, Techniques and evaluation

  4. Strang, Ruth: The Role of Teacher in Personnel work New York Teachers Colleges Columble University 1933.

  5. Super Donald: Appraising Vocational Fitness New York Harper and Brothers 1947.


  1. Know and understand and basic concepts in School Library Organization

  2. Know and understand the aim and objectives of School Library Organization.

  3. Know understand and use the principles and methods of School Library Organization.

  4. Khow,understand and use the techniques of classification



  1. Five Law's of Library Science

  2. Libarary in Edcuation

  3. Libaray Equipment

  4. Libaray Furniture


  1. Aims and objects of Schools Library

  2. Planning of Library Building

  3. Class Library and Subject Library.


  1. Organisation and Admistration of School Library

  2. Issue Methods

  3. Brown Charging System

  4. Netwark Charging System

  5. Book Selection


  1. Catalogue: Meaning, Aims and Functions of Catalogue

  2. Library Rules

  3. Stock Verification


  1. Catalogue: Meaning; Aims and Functions of Catalogue

  2. Types of Catalogue: Physical Form

  3. Accession Register

  4. Reference Service: Meaning,Need and function of Reference Serivce

  5. Types of Reference Service.

Sessional Work (20 Marks)

  1. One test of -10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following -10 Marks

    1. One Essay

    2. Survey of School Library and preparation of a report.

    3. Classification of 25 Books by Deway-Decimal classification Scheme of 18th Edition.

    4. Simple cataloging of Five Books by Rangnathan "Classified catalogue Code"


  1. Ranganathan S.R.: Pustakalaya Vigyan Ke Panch Sutra Rajasthan Hindi Grant Academy Jaipur 1980.

  2. Shika,Lalita S: Basic of Library Science,Metopolitan Book Co. Delhi.

  3. Ranganathan,S.R. Library Mannual ,Asia Publishing House, Bombay 1960

  4. Fargo,L.F.: School Qustakalaya Ke Vividh Roop Atama Ram and Sons, Delhi,1966.

  5. Shastri,D.P.: Pustakalaya Vargikaran, Sahitya Bhawan 1974

  6. Tripathi,S.M.: adhunik Granthalaya Vargikaran, Shri Ram Mehta & Co. Agra,1976.

  7. Bhargava G.D.: Granthalaya Vargikaran,Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal,1971.

  8. Agarwal,S.S: Catalogue Entries and Preocedure, Lakshmi Book Store New Delhi,1972

  9. Agarwal, S.S.: Suchikaran Ke Siddhant.

  10. Giraj Kumar and Kumar, C.Suchikaran Ke Siddhant, Vikash Publishing House, New Delhi, 1976.

  11. Giraj Kumar and Kumar C: Suchikaran Ke Siddhant, Vikash Publishing House,New Delhi 1976.

  12. Ranganathan, S.R.: Library Administration, Asia Publishing House Bombay.

  13. Mittal,R.L.: Library Administration Theory and Oractice, Metropolitar Hindi Granth Academey,Bhopal

  14. Banarjee, P.R.: Libarary Administration Vyavasthapan, Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Academey, Bohpal

  15. Shrivanstav and Verma: Pustakalaya Sangathan Avam Sanchalan Rajasthan Hindi Granth, Academy, Jaipur.

  16. Kanti M : Pustakalya Vigyan Nirgam Paddhatiya, Chaitanya Prakashan Kanpur.

  17. Sundeshvaran, K.S.: Sandarbh Seva, Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Academy, Bhopal

  18. Deway, Melvil: Deway Decimal Classification, Edition IS, Forest Press New Delhi.


Objectives: Student Teacher will be able to understand

  1. the meaning of measurement and evaluation

  2. Recall the relationship between measurement and evaluation

  3. The preparation of objective type test items

  4. The meaning of intelligence, Interest Presonality and Creativity

  5. Development of standardized and teacher made test.

  6. Analyse the statistical methods

  7. Use techniques of Evaluation



  1. Meaning of Measurement and Evaluation

  2. Relationship between measurement and Evaluation

  3. Singificance of Educational Measurement and Evaluation

  4. Techniques of Evaluation


  1. Examination and how to improve it

  2. Preparation of objective type test items

  3. item analysis


  1. Measurement of Intelligence

  2. Measurement of Interest

  3. Meaurement of Presonality

  4. Measurement of Creativity


  1. Standardized versus Teacher made test

  2. Costructing an achievement test.

  3. Characteristic of good evaluation system

  1. Reliability

  2. Validity

  3. Objectivity

  4. Comparability

  5. Practicability


  1. Frequency distribution

  2. Measures of Centeral Tendencey

  3. Standard Deviation

  4. Co-efficient of co-relation: Product Moment and Rank Difference.

Sessional Work 20 Marks

  1. One test of 10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following-10 Marks

A detailed essay on any aspect of measurement adn Evaluation Construction administration and item analysis of a test in any school subject.


  1. Agarwal, Y.P. (1990): Statistical Methods,Sterling Publishers Pvt.Ltd. Delhi.

  2. Asthana,Dr Bipin Agarwal Dr. R.N. (1983) Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology and Education Vinod Pustak Mandir, Agra-2

  3. Anastasi, A. (1968) : Psychological Testing (3rd Edition) New York.

  4. Fergusan, George,A. (1971) : Measurement and Evaluation in teaching Mac Millin Co. Fourth Printing, New York

  5. Numally Jum C. (1964) : Educational Measurement and Evaluation McGraw, Hill Book Company, New York


Objectiver : To enable the pupil teachers to :

  1. Understand the concept of Evironment and the problems concerning Environment through multidsciplinary approach.

  2. Develop enviroment consciousness in their students

  3. Develop the skills of planning and organizing Ecological activies in the schools so that the children can be equipped to play their role in protection and enrichement of environment.

  4. Use different teachiques and material for the effective dissemination of Environmental information

  5. Condust local surveys arrange field trips and Environmental games and related activities.


  1. Concept of Environment

  2. Concept of Ecology, Ecosystem, Components of Ecosystem and interdependence

  3. Relationship of man and Enviornment

  4. Personal & family responsibility about the Environment


Problems of modern civilization:

  1. Population explosion

  2. Pollutions-Air,Water,Noise,Waste and Cultural

  3. Delection of Natural resources: Causes and measures for conservation of foress and wild life.

  4. Water energy and soil management


  1. Meaning objectives, importance and philosophy of Environmental education

  2. Scope of environment education-Multi-disciplinary approach correlation with other school subejcts

  3. Envirnment Edcuation as a subject its curriculum at different levels


  1. Methods and Approachers: Group discussion project problems solving observation. field-trips/excursion, activity method, Games and simulation puppet lecture-demonstration, Ecology-club,Ecology laboratory, Library and publications

  2. Role of Mass-media films and Audio-visual material in Environmental education.


  1. Role of different agencies: UNEP,W.W.F. Friends of tress, N.G.O.s and Government organistations

  2. The need for global outbook to solve Environmental problems

Sessional Work 20 Marks

  1. One test of 10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following-10 Marks

Select one from each section:

Section-A (Each 5 Marks-10 Marks)

Any one of the following:

  1. Prepare a scrap-book of an environment articles and news.

  2. Perparation of maps of charts or models or Transparencies related to Environmental issues

  3. Study any Environment problems and write a report of the same.

  4. Find out Environment friendly or Bio-undergradable probucts and prepare a list.

  5. Study the role of nay local NGO

  6. Planning of an out of class activity/Games/simulation related to Environment.


Prepare an article on any one of the following:

  1. Concept of Eco-system and Interdependency

  2. Green house effect Global warming

  3. Depletion of Ozone Layer and Acid rain

  4. Acts related to conservation of Environment

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