B. Ed. (Regular) Scheme of Examination

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  1. Bedydo, M.L.: Global Ecology,Progress publishers, Mc.Graw 1980

  2. Clapham,W.B.: Natural Ecosystem: Macmillan and Co., London

  3. Deshbandhu and G. Berberet: Environmetal Education for conservation and Development. Indian Environmental society, New Delhi.

  4. Dubey and S singh : "Environmental Management" Geography Deptt Allahabad University

  5. Garg,R.K.& Tatair Prakash."Oaryavaram Shiksha". Community Centre.

  6. Holliman, J.: "Consumer's Guide to the Protection of the Environment" Ballanine London

  7. Laptex ,J.: "The world of man in the world of nature". Progress publicshers,Moscow

  8. Pal,B.P.: "National Policy on Environment Education Teaching" (Hindi) Radha Prakashan Mandir, Agra.

  9. Sharma,R.A.: "Educational Education Teaching" R.Lall Book Depot, Meerut.

  10. Simmons,I.G.: "The Ecology and Natural Resources", Edword Arnold, London

  11. Unesco,"Trends in Environment Edcuation", UNESCO, Paris,1977.

  12. Verma,V.A.: "Test-book of Palant Ecology", Emkary Pulication, Delhi 1972

  13. Vya,H.: "Paryavaran Shiksha", Vidya Vihar, New Delhi.


Objectives : Students will be able to :

  1. Understand the meaning scope and importance of population education

  2. Understand the meaning, factors and impact of standard of life

  3. Understand the need and means of population control

  4. Understand the role of different agencies in the population education


Population Education : Meaning and definition, Scope, need and importance of population education, Role and purpose of population education as a integral part of education
Population of India in a world perspective : Concept of population' Theories of population Under Population; growth Distribution and density of population, Over Population with demographic data of India in world perspective.


Standard of Living and the Quality of Life : Food and nutrition,health-hygiene Sanitation; Housing,Clothing; Education travel, leisure, Employment, income, consumption levels Efficiency and output, Social cultural and spiritual enlightenment, Ethics and aeshetics; Different aspect and their inter relationship with example and illustration from India and abroad, Population and India's Development Endeavor population growth and production with spectal reference to National Income, The impact of development of family life on society. Culture and Personality


Population Control and Planning : India's Population Policy. The role of society and the formation of public opinion favourable for Population control, Role and responsiblity of family and individual; A small family unit for healthier, happier and better homes improved standard of living; better quality of life.
Population Equilibrium : Emergency and long measures role of Population Education.


Emergence of Population Education : Action taken for Population Edcuation (Historical Background) Introduction of Population Education in School; Colleges and teacher education institution, Role of Different Agencies and Organization, Home, School,Community; Government (Population policies and programmed voluntary Agencies; Mass media.


Teacher of Population Education : His Preparation qualities; Role of teacher education Education Activities for Population Education: Extension lectures,Debates, Survey,Games,Exhibitions, Dramas,Meeting with parents; Preparation of aids etc.
Sessional Work 20 Marks

  1. One test of 10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following-10 Marks

  1. Study the causes of population problem and write a report of the same.

  2. Write one essay on any topic of population

  3. Write any two abstracts related to population education.


Objectives : Student-Teachers will be able:

  1. To understand the concept scope and objectives of elementary education.

  2. To recall the constitutional provision and understand the efforts made by different agencies for the expansion of elementary edcuation

  3. To understand the ideology and experiments of Mahatma Gandhi and Giju Bhai in the field of elementary education.

  4. To understand the child and development of school-community relationship

  5. To use the teaching methods in the elementary school classrooms.

  6. To prepare and use teaching-learning material in the classrooms.

  7. To understand and use techniques of evaluation

  8. To understand and analyse the significant problems related to elementary education.

Conents : Theory


  1. Elementary Education: Concept, Scope and objectives

  2. Constitutional provisions and efforts made after independence


  1. Status of UEE (Universalisation of elementary education) in Rajasthan

  2. Role of state, local bodies and NGOs in the expansion of UEE.

  3. Experiments and Schems (DPEP Gurumitra,Lok Jumbish Shiksha Karmi, Sarswati Yojna, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Rajeev Gandhi Pathshala Para Teachers etc.)


  1. Experiments in elementary education by Mahtma Gandhi and Giju Bhai

  2. Training Service conditions and responsibilites of elementary school teachers.

  3. Role of elementary school teacher in developing school-community relationship


  1. Objectives and methods of teaching language, environmental studies, Mathematics and SUPW.

  2. Methods of Teaching:

    1. Story telling

    2. Activity

    3. Play-way

    4. Multi-subject teaching

  3. Continuous and Comprehensive evaluation


  1. Problems in Elementary Education (Status,Causes and suggestions)

    1. Quality V/S Quantity

    2. dropouts

    3. Disparity in enerolment of girls and groups based on Socioeconomic state and catgorise (ST/SC etc.)

  2. Administration and supervision of elementary schools.

Sessional Work 20 Marks

  1. One test of 10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following-10 Marks

  1. Observation of learning process (five periods of any one elementary class)

  2. Preparation of instructional material on any topic/concept in any of the two subjects.

  3. Planning ogranization and reporting of one play-way class


  1. Mohanty, J & Mohanty B. Early Childhood care and Education,Deep & Deep Publications,New Delhi,1964.

  2. Rawat D.S. & Other, Universalisations of Elementary Edcuation: NCRET. New Delhi,1981

  3. Mohanty, Jagmohan,"Primary and Elemntary Edcuations" Deep & Deep Publications, Pvt.Ltd F159, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi-110027, published in 2002

  4. Kulpati, Niramla, Bal Education ki Aadasha4 Janvani parkasha pra li Delhi-110 032, Sanskaran-2003

  5. Rao,R.K. "Primary Eduations',Kalpar Publications Delhi-110052 Published in 2000

  6. Grewal ,J.S. (Dr.) "Early Childhood Education' National Psychological Corporations 4/320, Kacheri,Ghat,Agra-282 004 (U.P) India Printed in 1995

  7. Badheka, Gijubhay,Pardhamik school ki Education padatiya sasnkuti sahitya, Delhi 110032, Prakashan Year 2000

  8. Shukla Chaya-"Teaching of Social Studies in Elementary School, Mohit National Publication-2002

  9. Chohan,R.S.-Baal Vikas ke Mnoveghanik Aadhar Parkashan Agra Sahitiyka,2002

  10. Badheka,Gijubhay,Gijubhay Garthmala montesari baal education samiti, rajledsar (churu) Parkashan year 1998

  11. National Policy of on Education, 1986 (With modifications of Action 1992) New Delhi : MHRD 1992 a

  12. National Policy of Edcuation 1986 Programme of Action 1992 (New Delhi: MHRD) 1992 b)

  13. Report of the Committee of State Education Ministers on Implications of Proposal to make Elementary Educations a Fundamental Right (New Delhi Department of Education)(1997)

  14. Sinha Amarjeet Primary Schooling in India (New Delhi: vikas)1998.

  15. Elementary Education in the 1990s, Problems and Perspectives Mimeo NIEPA A, New Delhi (1994)

  16. Public Report on Basic Edcuation in India Oxford University Press (1998)


Objectives to develop-

  1. Understanding of the aims and objectives of Physical Education

  2. The ability to organise and administer Physical Edcuation programme in Sec. Schools

  3. The Student teachers for teaching Physical Education

  4. Acquaintance with the physiological priniples of body building and with the biological and psychological characteristics of secondary school students

  5. The ability to evaluate the Physical Edcuation programme.

Contents : Theory


Modern concept of Physical Edcuation its relation to education its place in schools Aims and objectives objectives of Physical Educationa Olympic games & their place in India Physcial Edcuation in democracy its Social Economic and Political implications


Psychological foundation of Physical Education. Age characteristics need & interest of secondary school children activities to meet their needs, Programmes of Physical activities for a school.


Organisation and administration of-tournaments intra-murals exter murals excursions, play days play centres, Athletic meet, Marking of standard Track(400 M) (imitation method demonstration method whole part whole method discussion method and lecture method)


Biological foundation of Physical Education Physical and medical checkup Corrective remedial exercises first aid yoga fatigue.


Rules of major games & sports Making of grounds Main points of coaching in different games viz Football, Volleyball Hockey Cricket Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Basketball, Badminiton and Athletics.

Practical and Sessional Works (20 Marks)

  1. One test of -10 Marks

  2. Any one of the following -10 Marks

  1. Pubil teachers will be required to perform and show proficiency in atleast three activities which include marching as one out of the following

  2. Prepare teaching aids any two from the following (1) Charts(2) Diagram (3) Model

  3. Report of physical Edcuation programmes of a Sec/Sr.Sec.School

Book Recommended

  1. National Plan of Physical Edcuation and Recreation (Ministry of Edcuation, Govt of India)

  2. Thomas, J.P.: Ogranisation of Physical Education Madras Y.M.C.A.

  3. Wiliams J.F.: Principles of Edcuation

  4. Sharma, J.R. Principles of Physical edcuation

  5. Tirunarayan, O and Harisharan S. Methods in Physical Education (A.C.P.E. Karakaikudi-4

  6. Rice E.A.,A. Brief History of Physical Education

  7. Weight Training in Throwing Events-Viodya Sagar Sharma (NIS Edition)

  8. Dr. R.I. Anand: Playing Field Manual (NIS Edition)

  9. Layak, saririk education (shakuntla parkashan lakhanav)

  10. Mohan V.M.A. Saririka Education ke Sidhant and tatv gyan (ketropolita book company dehli

  11. Syllabus of Exercise for Primary Upper Primary and Secondary Schools Edcuation Department Govt of Rajasthan

  12. Harikishana sharma: Physical eduction in school and games sachalan parshan and science ( pandit prakashan 1333 vervada new delhi

  13. Y.M.C.A. Madras: Rules of Games and Sports

  14. B.D. Bhatt and S.R. Sharma: Teaching of Physical and Health Edcuation Kanishka Publishing house 9.2325,Street No 12. Kailash Nagar Delhi-11003

  15. Dr.J.P.sori, savasahthay education , Vinod pustak minadirm agra

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