The College is offering B-Ed course. Duration of the course of degree of B.Ed shall be two years divided into four semesters. There are a total of 150 seats for B.Ed course. Out of the total 20 seats will be filled under Management quota as per the Punjab govt./ Punjab University norms. Students Willing to get admission to Management Quota seals will have to apply to the college Directly. The College is offering B.Ed. course. Duration of the course of degree of B.Ed. shall be two year.
FEE CHARGED FROM B.ED STUDENTS.
THE ANNUAL INTAKE OF B.ED AND M.ED COURSE IS GIVEN BELOW.
THE DETAIL OF B.Ed. STUDENTS
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Eligibility of Admission to the B.ED. Course
1. Candidates with at least 50% marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree and/ or in the Master’s Degree in Science/Social Science/ Humanity, Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent there to are eligible for admission to the programme.
2. The reservation and relaxation of SC/ST/OBC/PWD and other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/State Government, whichever is applicable.
Certificate to be Attached
Every person seeking admission the B.Ed./M.Ed. course shall be required to attach the following documents to the application form and no documents will be entertained after the submission of the form. Attested copies certificates are to be attached with admission form and original certificates are to be produced at the time of interview :
- A certificate of good character from the Principal of the institution in which the candidates has studied last, or in the case of a teacher, from the head of the institute in which he/she worked last.
- An attested copy of the Date of Birth Certificate of Matriculation.
- Documentary proof showing that the candidate is a bonafide resident of Punjab.
- Attested copies of the Degrees BA/B.Sc./ B.Com/ MA/ M. Sc./ TDC I-II-III and detail marks of certificates.
- Certificates for special claims: Candidates seeking admission on the basis of special claim such as being ward of army personnel, distinction in sports at the varsity, Inter varsity, National level, Handicapped, Deserts, Divorced etc. shall produce a certificate from the competent authority as specified in the application form supporting the claim. Provisional admission is not permissible. Incomplete from will be rejected without any obligation whatsoever.
- For rural candidates only) Certificates giving proof of rural education. In the absence of such proof, the application shall be rejected without any obligation whatsoever.
- All candidates are required to submit physical fitness certificate in college issued from an M.B.B.S.(Regd.)
- All candidates are required to submit 9 photographs at the time or admission.
- Admitted candidates who do not pay their dues on the date will forfeit the right to admission.
- Dues once paid shall not be refunded.
- Candidates from a University other than Panjab University may be admitted provisionally till the submission of migration certificate. Such candidates are required to submit, in the college office, the following documents etc. within fifteen days of their admission to the college.
(i) Original certificate of the examination passed
(ii) Migration certificate
Course of Study
The B.Ed. curriculum shall be designed to integrate the study of knowledge, of human development, pedagogical knowledge and communication skills. The programme shall be comprise of three broad curricular areas: Perspective in Education, Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies and Engagement with the field.
The course under each of these curricular areas will be based on a close reading of original writings, seminar/term paper presentations and continuous engagement with the field. Transaction of the course shall be done using a variety of approaches, such as case studies, discussion on reflective journals, observations of children and interactions with the community in multiple social-cultural environments. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) gender, yoga education and disability/inclusive education shall form an integral part of the B.Ed. curriculum.
a) Perspective in Education
Perspective in Education should include course of childhood, child development and adolescence, contemporary Indian and Education, Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives in Education, theoretical foundations of knowledge and curriculum, teaching and learning, gender in the context of school and society and inclusive education. The course in childhood studies shall enable student-teacher to engage with studies on Indian society and education, acquire conceptual tools of sociological analysis and hands on experience of engaging with diverse communities, children and schools. The course on “Contemporary Indian and Education” shall develop a conceptual understanding about issues of diversity, inequality and marginalization in Indian society and the implications for education with analyses of significant policy debates in Indian education. The course on ‘knowledge and curriculum’ will address the theoretical foundations of school knowledge from historical, philosophical and sociological perspective with critical analysis of curricular aims and context and relationship between curriculum, policy and learning. The course on ‘teaching and learning will focus on aspects of social and emotional development self and identify and cognition and learning.
b) Curriculum and Pedagogy
Courses in curriculum and pedagogic studies shall include aspects of language across the curriculum and communication, Understanding of a discipline, social history of a school subject and its pedagogical foundations, with a focus on the learner and a course on the theoretically perspectives on assessment for learning.
Curriculum and pedagogic studies courses shall offer a study of the nature of a particular discipline, critical understanding of the school curriculum, pedagogy as the integration of knowledge about the learner, the discipline and the societal contexts of the learning and research relating to different aspects of young children’s learning. The design of the programme would enable students to specialize in one disciplinary area, social science, science, mathematics, languages and subject areas from the same discipline at one/two levels of school. The courses shall aim to develop in students an understanding of the curriculum, linking school, knowledge with community life. A variety of investigative projects shall be included to reconstruct concepts from subject knowledge through appropriate pedagogic process and to communicate meaningfully with children.
Engagement with the filed/practicum
The B.Ed. programme shall provide sustained engagement with the field to the child of community and school, at different level and through establishing close connections between different curricular areas. This curricular area would serve as an important link between the above two broad curricular areas through its three components :-
- Task and assignment that run through all the course
- School internship
- Course on enhancing professional capacities
Selection of any two teaching subjects from of the followings : (Marks 100+100=200)
- Teaching of Punjabi
- Teaching of Hindi
- Teaching of English
- Teaching of Science
- Teaching of Social Studies
- Teaching of Music
- Teaching of Phy. Edu.
- Teaching of Home Science
- Teaching of Comp. Edu.
- Teaching of Sociology
- Teaching of Commerce
- Teaching of Economics
- Teaching of Life Science
- Teaching of Physical Sci
- Teaching of Fine Arts
- Teaching of Maths
- Teaching of Political Science
- Teaching of History
- Teaching of Geography
- Teaching of Public Administration
Black Board Writing & Sketching and one of the following crafts
Computer Gardening Card Board Making Interior Decoration Art & Painting
- Every candidate selected for admission shall offer subject combination as per guidelines issued by NCTE
- Medium of Instruction shall be English, Punjabi and Hindi
- Any change in course of study as and when forwarded by P.U. shall be conveyed to the candidates.
- To be eligible for appearing in the University B.Ed. examination a student must secure a minimum of 40% in each theory paper in two HOUSE EXAMINATION (October & April) and should have attended not less that 80% of the lectures delivered during the course in each paper.
Payable by the Students
Approved revised fee/funds for B.Ed. Course shall be charged according to the Panjab University.
Teaching practice in schools will be for a minimum duration of 20 weeks for a two year programme (4 weeks in Ist year & 16 weeks in 2nd year) B.Ed. course includes internship in teaching for 07 weeks as follows:
- The models of demonstration lesson in the teaching subjects. The respective subject teacher in the classroom situation delivers these lessons.
- Students given intensive practice through micro teaching technique, especially meant to develop competency in the basic scales involved in teaching.
- Students are sent to Schools for block T.P.
- Change of school is not allowed unless the Principal and concerned teacher in-charge are convinced that the change is essential.
- After block TP students are required to deliver to composite discussion lessons one in each teaching subject.
- The final teaching practice continues till the final skill in teaching exam.
Eligibility for Skill-in-teaching exam
- (A) Preparing and delivering 120 lesson plan in two teaching subjects (60 +60)
- Macro lesson plan - 40 (Each Subject)
- Diary lesson plan - 08
- ICT Based lesson - 05
- Unit Test Based lesson -04
- Lessons based on Models of Teaching - 03
- (B) Peer Teaching observation - 10 + 10 (Each Subject)
- (C) Micro lesson plan - 5 + 5 (each Subject)
- (D) Discussion lesson - 02 (one in each teaching subject)
College will start with Morning Assembly both in (Summer and Winter). Attendance is taken in each period and also in Morning assembly. To become eligible for University examinations, a student is required to attend 80% of the lectures delivered in each paper. Leave taken on any ground during the academic session does not help the student in condonation of lecture. So, student who takes leave on medical or marriage etc. ground run the risk of lecturer shortage. At the end of each month, lecture shortage report of each student in each paper is displayed on the notice board.
Tutorials and House system
At the time of the admission each student is allotted a tutorial group and a house system. The purpose of the tutorial is the bring to the students to the teachers in close contact. Students discuss the personal and academic problems with their tutors. Therewillbe seminar in tutorial period on last Friday. The tutorial groups meet once a week.
- Amrita Pritam House
- Rabindernath Tagore House
- Mother Teresa House
- Shaheed Bhagat Singh House
- Dr. RadhaKrichnan House
- Mahatma Gandi House
- Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam House
- Dr. BR Ambedkar House
- Sarojini Naidu House
- Rani Laxmi House
- Swami Vivekanand House
- Milkha Singh House
(At the end of every month the best house, declared, be awarded a running trophy)
This assembly is held daily ”Deh Shiva Bar Mohe Ehe” and National anthem are recited by the students. During the recitation of shabad all the non-turbaned students cover their heads with white handkerchiefs.
On every college function and on every Monday, Wednesday & Friday uniform is compulsory for all the students.
- Girls Pink Salwar And Kamiz, Pink Dupatta, White PT Shoes, (Black cardigan/Black shawls) in winter
- Boys Black Trousers ,White Shirt, Black Turban, White PT Shoes, (Sweater/Pull Over/Blazer Black)
Option for Teaching Subjects Combination
1. Admission In B.Ed Course will be subject based at the time of admission, Each candidate shall opt for two teaching subjects. A candidate can opt for only those teaching subjects, which he/she has studied at Graduation/ Post Graduation level. Candidate must have studied major subjects combination for at least 3 years bachelors/ master’s level. Hon’s student shall opt the major subject in which they have obtained honors, the minor subject should have been studied at least for one year.
2. Candidate who passed additional subjects at graduation level must ensure that they are opting only those teaching subjects, marks of which are taken into account for the purpose of calculation of the percentage of marks at the graduation level.
Categories of Subjects Combination
|Sr. No.||Subject Combination||Total Seats|
|1.||Science with Language||10|
|3.||Life Sciences with Language/Science||1|
|4.||Physical Sience-Life Sience/Science||1|
|5.||S.St With Languages||40|
|6.||Commerce With Languages||2|
|8.||Political Sciences With Languages||9|
|9.||History With Languages||10|
|10.||Fine Arts With Languages||4|
|11.||Physical Education With Languages||5|
|12.||Math With Languages||5|
|13.||Math and Economics||3|
|14.||Economics With Languages||4|
|15.||Punjabi With Languages||4|
|16.||Hindi With Languages||4|
|17.||English With Languages||4|
|18.||Sociology With Languages||4|
|19.||Home Science With Languages||4|
|20.||Music With Languages||3|
|21.||Computer With Languages||4|
|22.||Computer With Maths||5|
|23.||Home Science With Science||3|
|24.||Public Admn. With Languages||4|
|25.||Geography With Languages||2|
Number and Year of Recognition
NRC/NCTE/F-7/PB-548/2008/48083 APN 04834 & Dated 05 May 2008
NRC/NCTE/PB-348,PB-548/2015/108502-06 & Dated: 13 May 2015
Misc/A-5/12513-12528 dated 26-11-2016(2015-16)