Whether you are an Arts, Commerce or Science graduate, If you have the hoping for teaching as your profession, Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree is compulsory. This is a professional degree, which is aimed to build practical skills of observation and teaching. It is an integrated course of study designed to develop the range of knowledge and skills related to the profession of teaching and its curriculum.
Bachelor of Education is a full time regular course of two years after graduation. The college is affiliated to Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Amravati & recognised by NCTE, Bhopal.
Norms and standard for bachelor of education programme leading to the Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.)
The Bachelor of Education programme generally known as B.Ed. is a professional course that prepares teachers for upper primary or middle level (classes VI-VIII),secondary level (classes IX-X) and senior secondary level (classes XI-XII).
The B.Ed. programme is of a duration of two academic years which can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission to the programme.
There is a single unit of 50 students.
- Candidates with 50 % marks in the bachelor’sdegree and / or in the master’s degree in sciences/ social sciences/humanities, bachelor’s degree in engineering or technology with specialization in sciences and mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto are eligible for the admission to the programme.
- B. The reservation and relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/PWD and other categories shall be as per the rules of the state government.
Admission is done on merit on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination and in the entrance examination CET as per the policy of state government.
|SEMESTER – I|
|PE101: Childhood and Growing Up|
|PE102: Contemporary India and Education|
|CP103: Language across the Curriculum|
|CP104: Understanding Disciplines and Subjects|
|EPC105: Reading and Reflecting on Texts|
|P-106: Diagnosis and enriching the teaching skills|
|P-107: Demonstration of Lesson Plans and Simulation Lesson|
|P-108: Psychological Experiments|
|P-109: School Engagement|
|SEMESTER – II|
|PE201: Learning and Teaching|
|PE202: Knowledge and Curriculum(part I)|
|CP203: Pedagogy of school subject one (part I)|
|CP203B: Marathi-Part I|
|CP203C: Hindi – Part I|
|CP203E: Biological sciences-Part I|
|CP203F: Mathematics-Part I|
|CP204: Pedagogy of school subject Two|
|CP204A: Physical Sciences- Part I|
|CP204C: Geography-Part I|
|CP204D: History-Part I|
|CP205: Assessment for Learning|
|EP 206: Drama and Art in the Education|
|P-207: School Engagement|
|P-209: Workshop on Teaching Aid|
|P-210: SUPW/Work Experience|
|SEMESTER – III|
|PE301: Gender School and society|
|CP302: Pedagogy of school subject one (Part II)|
|CP302A: English Part II)|
|CP302B: Marathi-Part II|
|CP302C: Hindi – Part II|
|CP302E: Biological sciences-Part II|
|CP302F: Mathematics-Part II|
|CP303: Pedagogy of school subject Two (Part II)|
|CP303A: Physical Sciences- Part II|
|CP303C: Geography-Part II|
|CP303D: History-Part II|
|EPC304: Critical Understanding of ICT|
|P 306: Yoga Education|
|P 307:Action Research Project|
|SEMESTER – IV|
|PE 401: Knowledge and Curriculum (Part II)|
|PE 402: Creating an Inclusive Education|
|CP 403: Optional Courses|
|CP403A: Education for Peace and Human Rights|
|CP403B: Health and Physical Education|
|CP403C: Information, Guidance and Counselling|
|CP403D:School Administration and Management|
|EPC404:Understanding of Self|
|P405:Internship Including Final Lessons|
|P406: Project related to Community Experiences|
|P407: Performing Arts (Cultural Activities)|
|P408: Environment Project|