Courses

CURRICULUM

OF

TWO-YEAR B.EDPROGRAMME –2015

DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY

RULES AND REGULATIONS

 

Table – I:

 

TABLE - I:MINIMUM WORKING DAYS PER SEMESTER:

Particulars

Days

No. of days earmarked for Admission

10 days.

No. of Instructional Days

(a) No. of days for Theory Courses

(b) No. of days for Practicum Courses

 

50 days (300 hours)

40 days (240 hours

No. of days for Examination

20 days

 

 

COURSE STRUCTURE OF THE B. ED PROGRAMME:

The Course Structure of the B. Ed Programme under DU shall be as follows:

(A) General Structure : The general structure of the B. Ed Programme is shown in

 

Table – II:

TABLE - II: GENERAL STRUCTURE OF THE B. ED PROGRAMME:

 

 

Semester

Course

 

Semester – I

 

Semester – II

 

Semester – III

Semester – IV

Total Marks

 

Theory

 

 

 

 

Core

Courses

 

BED 10100

BED 10200

BED 10300

(100X3=300)

BED 20100

BED 20200

(100X2=200)

BED  30100

BED  30201

BED  30202

(100+50+50=200)

 

700

Pedagogical Content Knowledge Courses I & II

 

BED 20300

BED 20400

(50X2=100)

BED 30300

BED 30400

(50X2 =100)

 

                       200

Practicum

School & Community -based Experiences

BED 10400

BED 10500

(50X2=100)

BED 20500

BED 20600

(50X2 =100)

BED 30500

(100X1=100)

BED 40100

BED 40200

(50X2 =100)

                               400

Internship in  Teaching

 

 

 

 

 

BED 40301

(100X1=100)

BED 40302

(200X1=200)

 300

TOTAL MARKS

400

400

400

400

1600

 

 

 (B) Course Structure: The distribution of the Courses in the four Semesters of

the B. Ed Programme is shown in Table – III:

TABLE - III: COURSE STRUCTURE OF THE B. ED PROGRAMME

SEMESTER – I

 

COURSE CODE

 

COURSE TITLE

 

MARKS

 

THEORY:

 

 

BED 10100

Foundations of Education

100

BED 10200

Learning and Development

100

BED 10300

Learning and Teaching

100

PRACTICUM

BED 10400

ICT Skill Development

50

BED 10500

Language Proficiency

50

 

SEMESTER - II

COURSE COD

COURSE TITLE

MARKS

 

THEORY:

 

BED 20100

Contemporary India and Education

100

BED 20200

Assessment and Evaluation

100

BED 20300

BED 20301

BED 20302

BED 20303

BED 20304

 

Pedagogical Content Knowledge-I (Any one of the following)

Teaching of Assamese - I

Teaching of English - I

Teaching of Mathematics - I

Teaching of Sanskrit – I

50

 

BED 20400

BED 20401

BED 20402

BED 20403

BED 20404

BED 20405

BED 20406

 

Pedagogical Content Knowledge - II (Any one of the following)

Teaching of General Science - I

Teaching of Geography - I

Teaching of Social Science - I

Teaching of History – I

Teaching of Music-I

Teaching of Fine Art-I

50

 

PRACTICUM:

 

BED 20500

Physical and Yoga Education

50

BED 20600

Art in Education and Work Experience

50

 

SEMESTER – III

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

MARKS

 

THEORY:

 

BED 30100

School Organization and Management

100

BED 30200

BED 30201

BED 30202

Gender, School and Society

Creating an Inclusive School

 

50

ED 30300

BED 30301

BED 30302

BED 30303

BED 30304

 

Pedagogical Content Knowledge-I (Corresponding to the

course chosen in Semester-II)

Teaching of Assamese - II

Teaching of English - II

Teaching of Mathematics - II

Teaching of Sanskrit – II

50

BED 30400

BED 30401

BED 30402

BED 30403

BED 30404

BED 30405

BED 30406

 

Pedagogical Content Knowledge - II (Corresponding to the

course chosen in Semester-II)

Teaching of General Science - II

Teaching of Geography - II

Teaching of Social Science - II

Teaching of History – II

Teaching of Music-II

Teaching of Fine Art-II

50

 

 

PRACTICUM:

 

BED 30500

School Based Experiences-I

(Content Based Activities, Micro Teaching and Question Paper

Setting)

100

SEMESTER – IV

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

MARKS

 

PRACTICUM

 

 

BED 40100

Understanding Self

50

BED 40200

Action Research

50

BED 40300

BED 40301

BED 40302

 

Internship in Teaching

School Based Experiences-II

Teaching Practice

 

100

200

 

CURRICULUM TRANSACTION:

(I) Medium of Instruction: The curriculum shall be transacted in Englishand/or Assamese. However, the question papers shall be designed in English only. The students shall have to answer either in English or Assamese.

(II) Working Hours / Instructional Hours: Every College / Institute is expected to work for 6 (six) hours in a six-day working week and 8 (eight) hours in case of five-day working week.  Any deviation from this rule may lead to the de-affiliation and cancellation of recognition by the University.

(III) Attendance:

Theory Courses:

- A teacher-student who has less than 85% attendance in the Theory

Courses shall not be permitted to sit for the End-Semester

examination in the Course in which the shortfall exists:

- Provided that it shall be open to the University to grant exemption to a teacher -student (who has attended a minimum of 75% classes but failed to obtain the prescribed 85% attendance for valid reasons), on recommendation

of the Principal/Head of the Department on

payment of a prescribed fee(s).

Practicum: - 85% attendance is compulsory for the Practicum courses other than

Internship. For internship minimum percentage of attendance is 90.

(IV) Core courses and Pedagogical Content Knowledge :

a) All Core Courses are compulsory for each teacher-student.

b) Every teacher-student is to select two Courses on Pedagogical Content

Knowledge - I & II (Course Code BED 20300 &BED 20400) one each from the two groups of Courses. The students are to choose the corresponding courses on Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Semester-III.

c) Selection of the Pedagogical Content Knowledge – I shall be based on the subject the teacher-student has studied in Degree programme. Selection of Pedagogical Content Knowledge –II shall be based on the subject

 that the teacher-student has studied in Degree course or at Higher Secondary level.

(V) Internship:

Each student shall be assigned to a school for the entire period of Semester- IV. For this purpose the institutions may have to enter in to MOU with the concerned school. Besides the curricular activities the student shall have to do all the activities of the school that a regular teacher does in a school.

THE EVALUATION PROCESS:

a) Examination and evaluation shall be done on a continuous basis.

b) There shall be 20% marks for In-Semester Assessment and 80% marks for End semester

Examination in each Course during each semester, as shown in the