About M.Ed :

Any bachelor degree pursued students can join this course, it is two-year programme. Accodding to the NCTE(National Council Teacher Education), it is mandatory for all teachers to complete a B.Ed. course, B.Ed syllabus revolves around teaching aptitude, class room management, curriculum development, school ethics etc. Course are given professional training in both art and science subjects from the bachelor of education teaching point of view.
A large number of candidates wants to be a teacher. The teachings profession provides every sort of thing which an aimer wants in his/her life. Also, it’s a reputed post and a nobel profession especially for female candidates

Eligibility :

Educational Qualifications :

B.Ed with 55% any NCTE, UGC Recognized.

Age Limit :

The candidates should have completed the age of 19 years on 1st July of the year in which notification is issued. There shall be no maximum age limit.[Any-Message]

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      SCHEME AND STRUCTURE
      SEMESTER – 1
      S.No. Subject Theory (External) Internal  Total
      I Philosophical Foundations of Education 80 20 100
      II Perspectives in Child Development 80 20 100
      III ICT for enriching Teaching and Learning 80 20 100
      IV Pedagogy Mathematics/Social Science/Biological Science (Pg1) 40 10 50
      V Pedagogy Physical Science/English/Telugu (Pg2) 40 10 50
      SIP Practicum (Activities/Projects Records) 100 100
      Total (I Semester) 320 180 500
      SEMESTER – 2
      S.No. Subject Theory (External) Internal  Total
      VI Sociological Foundation 80 20 100
      VII Learning and Teaching 80 20 100
      VIII Classroom Management, Leadership and Action Research 40 10 50
      IX Art Education 40 10 50
      SIP2 Practicum (Activities/Projects Records) Community activities specified in courses of I & II Semesters 125 125
      Micro Teaching – five Lessons in each Pedagogy Pg1-25 Pg2-25 50
      School & Community  Observation in each Pedagogy Report on School Pg1-25 Pg2-25         25 50 25
      Total (II Semester) 240 310 550
      SEMESTER – 3
      S.No. Subject Theory (External) Internal  Total
      X Pedagogy Mathematics/Social Science/Biological Science (Pg1) 40 10 50
      XI Pedagogy Physical Science/English/Telugu (Pg2) 40 10 50
      XII Learning Assessment 40 10 50
      XIII Understanding Self 40 10 50
      S3P Practicum (Activities/Projects Records) 100 100
      School Internship -8 Weeks. Practice Teaching of Twenty Lessons for 6th & 7th Class each pedagogy subject Pg1-100 Pg2-100 200
      Observation of five lessons by peer group in each pedagogy subject Pg1-25 Pg2-25          50
      Total (III Semester) 160 390 550
      SEMESTER – 4
      S.No. Subject Theory (External) Internal  Total
      X Contemporary India and Edcuation 40 10 50
      XI Gender, School and Society 40 10 50
      XII Inclusive Education 40 10 50
      XIII Environmental Education 40 10 50
      S3P Practicum (Activities/Projects Records) 100 100
      School Internship -8 Weeks. Practice Teaching of Twenty Lessons for 8th 9th & 10th Class each pedagogy subject Pg1-100 Pg2-100 200
      Practical Examination (Teaching) in Pg1 & Pg2 Pg1-50 Pg2-50          100
      Total (IV Semester) 160 440 600
      SEMESTER WISE DETAILS CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PATTERN:
      1 st Year
      SemesterI: Full Marks 500 (Credit - 20)
      SemesterI: Full Marks 500 (Credit - 20)
      SemesterI: Full Marks 500 (Credit - 20)
      Course Code Course Name Marks Credit Class Teaching Hours Internship Internal Assessment Weightage (in %) External Assessment Weightage (in%)
      1.1.1 Childhood and Growing Up 50+50 4 64 - 30 70
      1.1.2 Contemporary India and Education 50+50 4 64 - 30 70
      1.1.4 Language across the Curriculum 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.1.5 Understanding Disciplines and Subject 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.1.EPCI Reading and Reflecting on Text 25 1 16 - 60 40
      Practicum/Hands on Experience/ Students Activity /Seminar/Workshop etc.
      Engagement with the Field (Credit-7) (Marks - 175) (224 Hours) Childhood and Growing Up (Credit-1-25 Marks) Contemporary India and Education (Credit-1-25 marks)  Language across the Curriculum (Credit-2-50 marks) Understanding Disciplines and Subjects (Credit-2-50 Marks) Reading and Reflecting on Text (Credit1 =25 Marks) NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as ExternalAssessment (Internal-60%. External 40%)
      Semester III: Full Marks: 500 (Credit: 20) Semester III: Full Marks: 500 (Credit: 20)
      Course Code Course Name Marks Credit Class Teaching Hours Internship Internal Assessment Weightage (in %) External Assessment Weightage (in %)
      1.3.7b Pedagogy of a School Subject-11 50 2 32                       30 70
      School Internship 350 14 - 445 50 50
      Practicum Hands on Experience Students Activity /Seminar/Workshop etc. Engagement with the Field (Credits-4) (Marks 100) (128 Hours)  Pedagogy of a school Subject (Credit-1- Marks 25) Community-based Activities (Credit-3- Marks 75) NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal 60%, External-40%)
      Semester IV: Full Marks: 500 (Credit: 20)
      Course Code Course Name Marks Credit Class Teaching Hours Internship Internal Assessment Weightage (in %) External Assessment Weightage (in %)
      1.4.6 Gender School and Society 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.4.8b Knowledge and Curriculum-II 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.4.10 Creating an Inclusive School 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.4.11 Optional Course 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.4.EPC5 Critical Understanding of ICT 50 2 32 - 30 70
      1.4.EPC4 Understanding the Self 50 2 32 - 30 70
      Practicum Hands on Experience/ Students Activity /Seminar/Workshop etc.  Engagement with Field (Credit8) (Marks 200) (256 Hours) Gender School and Society (Credit 1- Marks 25)  Knowledge and Curriculum-II (Credit 1 = Marks 25) Creating an Inclusive School (Credit 1= Marks 25) Optional Course (Credit 1 = Marks 25) Critical Understanding of ICT (Credit 2 = Marks 50)  Understanding the Self (Credit 2- Marks 50) NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal 60%, External 40%) The Optional Courses are: 1. Vocational Work Education 2. Health and Physical Education 3. Peace Education 4. Guidance and Counselling 5. Environmental and Population Education 6. Yoga Education
      1. Examination policy:
      2. Pattern of questions for theoretical examination:
      (For 50 marks) 2 marks X 5 Objective type questions (Out of 7) = 10 marks  5 marks X 6 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 8) = 30 marks 10 marks X1 Essay type question (Out of 3) = 10 marks (For 25 Marks) 2 marks X 5 Objective type questions.(Out of 7) = 10 marks 5 marks X 3 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 5) = 15 marks b. The Semester examination will be conducted in the combination of Semester I/III along with Semester II/IV (Supplementary) in December and Semester II/IV along with Semester IIII. (Supplementary) in June of the year.
      SCHEME AND STRUCTURE SEMESTER – 1 123 SEMESTER – 2 SEMESTER – 3 SEMESTER – 4
      SEMESTER WISE DETAILS CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PATTERN:
      1st Year
      SemesterI: Full Marks 500 (Credit - 20)
      SCHEME AND STRUCTURE SEMESTER – 1 123 SEMESTER – 2 SEMESTER – 3 SEMESTER – 4
      SEMESTER WISE DETAILS CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PATTERN: 1st Year SemesterI: Full Marks 500 (Credit – 20) Semester-II :Full Marks: 500 (Credit – 20) Semester III: Full Marks: 500 (Credit: 20) Semester IV: Full Marks: 500 (Credit: 20) 4. Examination policy: a. Pattern of questions for theoretical examination: (For 50 marks) 2 marks X 5 Objective type questions (Out of 7) = 10 marks 5 marks X 6 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 8) = 30 marks 10 marks X1 Essay type question (Out of 3) = 10 marks (For 25 Marks) 2 marks X 5 Objective type questions.(Out of 7) = 10 marks 5 marks X 3 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 5) = 15 marks b. The Semester examination will be conducted in the combination of Semester I/III along with Semester II/IV (Supplementary) in December and Semester II/IV along with Semester IIII. (Supplementary) in June of the year.