" The principal goal of Education is to create individuals who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done."
Jean Piaget
Education is considered as the most powerful means to bring transformation. The long journey starts with small steps. Our department duly assets this philosophy and tries to accomplish this task by instilling in our students the skills to enable them to be the leaders of tomorrow. The Education department imparts knowledge and skill to prepare futuristic teachers capable of bringing transformation. It is said the best way to predict a golden future is by creating one, therefore we aim at the national, social and cultural ethos in our students to accomplish the vision of the Institution.
Mandatory Disclosure
Academic Programme
The Academic programme of B.Ed. is of two-year duration. Acquisition of effective teaching skills by our students is our prime goal. The college organizes seminars, workshops and extension lectures on regular basis throughout the year. The goal of the B.Ed. programme as outlined by the University is to prepare effective secondary school teachers, who are capable of responding to the changing needs of modern Indian society. Some of the objectives of this Academic Programme are as follows:
  • To enable the prospective teachers to understand the nature, purposed philosophy of education, particularly of secondary education.
  • To enable the prospective teachers to foster creative thinking among pupils for reconstruction of knowledge.
  • To enable them to utilize community resources as educational inputs.
  • To develop their communication skills and use modern information technology for school purposes.
  • To develop their aesthetic sensibilities and awareness of the importance of value of education in life.
  • To develop their awareness of the role of education in building up a democratic, secular and socialistic pattern of society in India.
  • To enable them to make pedagogical analysis of the subjects, they are to teach at the secondary stage and develop their skills in guidance and counseling
Resource Centre
The teaching learning process in the classroom howsoever best it may be requires hands-on experience in the laboratories for better understanding and conceptualization as a must for being a professional. Education is incomplete without adequate training in the laboratory with fulfilling the aim of learning by doing. We are having the following well equipped resource centers:
  • Curriculum Laboratory
  • ICT Resource Centre
  • Art and Craft Resource Centre
  • Health and Physical Education Resource Centre
  • Library-cum Reading Room
Teaching Pedagogy is the art and science of teaching. The theory and practice of teaching includes Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology and Methodology involved in teaching as well as curriculum, school organization and management. The idea of successful transaction of the learning process requires constant efforts with involvement of latest practices in consonance with the present demands of the society. Practically it also incorporates the methodology of teaching taking into account from formulating the objectives to select models of the lesson to choose the appropriate evaluation technique, use of audio visual aids, multimedia and mass media, selecting suitable strategies, techniques, methods tactics and modules, knowledge of skills, proper handling of instructional material and many inclusion of various curricular and co-curricular aspects for grooming an autonomous learner.
Fee charge as per University norms
B.Ed. Syllabus (Two Years)
Courses in Semester I
S.No. Course Code Course Title Credits Max. Marks
1. BED 101 Childhood and Growing up 4 100
2. BED 103 Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education 4 100
3. BED 105 Language Across the Curriculum 2 100
4. BED 107 Understanding Discipline and Subjects 2 100
5. BED 115-149 Pedagogy of a School Subject-(1) 4 100
6. BED 109 School Organisation and Management 2 100
7. BED 155 Understanding the Self 2 100
8. BED 157 PSE (Preliminary School Engagement) 2 100
Courses in Semester II
S.No. Course Code Course Title Credits Max. Marks
1. BED 102 Learning and Teaching 4 100
2. BED 104 Knowledge & Curriculum: Perspectives in Education (Part-I) 2 100
3. BED 106 Assessment of Learning 4 100
4. BED 115-149 Pedagogy of School Subject-(2) 4 100
5. BED 108 Teacher as a Counsellor 2 100
6. BED 152 Drama and Art in Education 2 100
7. BED 154 Critical Understanding of ICT 2 100
8. BED 156 PSE- II 2 100
Courses in Semester III
S.No. Course Code Course Title Credits Max. Marks
1. BED251

9 Credits
9 Credits
Courses in Semester IV
S.No. Course Code Course Title Credits Max. Marks
1. BED 210 Gender, School and Society 4 100
2. BED 212 Knowledge and Curriculum:
Perspectives in Education (Part-II)
2 100
3. BED 214 Creating an Inclusive School 4 100
BED 216Optional course (any one)
1. Guidance & Counselling
BED 2182. Value Education
BED 2203. Health & Physical Education
BED 2224. Adult & Population Education
BED 2245. Peace Education
BED 2266. Work Education
BED 2287. Education of the Marginalised Groups
BED 2308. Environmental Education
BED 2329. School Leadership
BED 23410. Life Skills Education
4 100
5. BED 258 Reflection on School Experience 2 100
6. BED 260 Reflection on School Experience 2 100
*In a practical one credit is equivalent to two hours of teaching.
Bachelor of Education
1. BED 115 Teaching of Hindi
2. BED 119 Teaching of English
3. BED 125 Teaching of Mathematics
4. BED 127 Teaching of Social Sciences
5. BED 131 Teaching of Accountancy
6. BED 133 Teaching of Business Studies
7. BED 137 Teaching of Economics
8. BED 143 Teaching of Integrated Science
9. BED 145 Teaching of Physics
10. BED 147 Teaching of Chemistry
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