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PATTERN OF COURSE

Programme No. of Seats Eligibility Duration
B.Ed. 100 Graduation with 50% Marks One year

Admission Procedure

  1. The Candidates has to fulfill the eligibility as per norms of M.P. Government.
  2. 50% marks are compulsory for Gen. 45% Marks for OBC/SC/ST candidate in Graduation / Post Graduation.
  3. The Candidates must be Graduate from a recognized University.
  4. Candidates must also deposit the full registration fee at the time of registration.
  5. Candidates must submit the attested copies of the relevant documents at the time of registration.

The Structure of the B.Ed. syllabus comprises part – I theory and part- II practical as follows:-

PART – I (THEORY)

  1. Education in emerging India.
  2. Educational Psychology.
  3. Secondary Education & Teacher Functions.
  4. Special Methods.
  5. Additional Specialization.
Table 1 : Paper 4 & 5 – Special Methods
GROUP A GROUP B
(For Arts & Commerce Faculties)
GROUP C
(For Science, Home Science &
Agriculture Faculties)
Teaching of :
  1. Hindi
  2. English
  3. Sanskrit
  4. Urdu
Teaching of :
  1. History
  2. Geography
  3. Civics
  4. Economics
  5. Social Studies
  6. Mathematics
  7. Home Sciences
Teaching of :
  1. Science
  2. Chemistry
  3. Physics
  4. Mathematics
  5. Life Sciences
  6. Home Sciences
Table 2 : Paper 6 – Additional Specialization
  1. Action Research
  2. Adult Education
  3. Computer Education
  4. Distance education
  5. Educational administration, organization and supervision
  6. Educational Technology
  7. Elementary education
  8. Environmental Education
  9. Guidance and counseling
10- Health and Physical       education
11- Measurement and        evaluation
12- Non formal education
13- Population education
14- Special education
15- Tribal education
16- Value education
17- Women’s education

Note-

  1. Candidate is required to offer two subjects, one from group A and other one from Group B or Group C as per their graduation subjects.
  2. Candidate is required to offer any one subject for specialization.

PART – II (PRACTICAL)

  1. Micro-teaching 7 skills, 4 lessons per skills.
  2. Teaching of subjects I 20 lessons.
  3. Teaching of Subjects II 20 lessons.
  4. Criticism lessons (Two one in each subject).
  5. Assignments (Two- one in each subject).
  6. Final lesson in Subject – I
  7. Final lesson in Subject – II
  8. Work experience (Two crafts).
  9. Working with community / social services.
  10. Ten psychology experiments.
Table 3 : Paper 3 – Work experience
Group – A Group – B
  1. Agriculture
  2. Gardening & Horticulture
  3. Tailoring & Embroidery
  4. Book Binding
  1. Drawing & Painting
  2. Music
  3. Dance
  4. Toy making