1. Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)  
 
The Bachelor of Education programme, generally known as B.Ed., is a professional course that prepare teachers’ for upper primary or middle level (classes vi-viii), secondary level (classes ix-x) & senior secondary level (classes xi-xii).
 
 
 
 
Duration :
 
 
Duration of the B.Ed. Programme shall be of two academic years, which can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission to the programme.
 
 
 
 
Attendance :
 
 
The minimum attendance of student-teachers’ shall have to be 80% for all course work and practicum, and 90% for school internship.
 
 
 
 
Intake :
 
 
There is an annual intake of 250 students in B.Ed. Course granted by Eastern Regional Committee, NCTE, Bhubaneswar vide its revised recognition letter no. F.ERC / NCTE / BR-S / E-2 / 96 / B.Ed. (Revised Order) /2015 / 32737, Dated: - 31st May 2015.
 
   
  Scheme of Study :  
 

          1ST Year
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES

Course No.

Course Name

Credit

Theory

Practicum*

Full Marks

Course 1

Childhood and Growing Up.

4

80

20

100

Course 2

Contemporary India and Education.

4

80

20

100

Course 3

Learning and Teaching.

4

80

20

100

Course 4

Language across the Curriculum.

2

40

10

50

Course 5

Understanding Disciplines and Subjects.

2

40

10

50

Course 6

Gender, School and Society

2

40

10

50

Course 7a

Pedagogy o School Subject-Part-I

2

40

10

50

Course EPC-1

Reading and Reflecting on Texts

2

40

10

50

Course EPC-2

Drama and Art in Education.

2

40

10

50

Course EPC-3

Critical Understanding of ICT.

2

40

10

50

Total

26

520

130

650

 
  * Engagement with the Field : Tasks and Assignments for Courses 1-6 & 7a.  
     
     
 

          2nd Year
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES

Course No.

Course Name

Credit

Theory

Practicum*

Full Marks

Course 7b

Pedagogy of School Subject-Part-II

2

40

10

50

Course 8

Knowledge and Curriculum.

4

80

20

100

Course 9

Assessment for Learning.

4

80

20

100

Course 10

Creating an Inclusive School.

2

40

10

50

Course 11

Optional Course ***

2

40

10

50

Course EPC 4

Understanding the Self

2

40

10

50

School Internship

10

-

-

250

Total

26

320

80

650

 
  * One Credit is equal to 16 hours for theory and for practicum 32 hours.
** Engagement with the Field : Tasks and Assignments for Courses 7b & 8-10.
*** Each Student-teacher will take One Optional Paper as below :
 
  Course 11 : Optional Course
a. Education for Peace.
b. Education for Conservation and Environmental Regeneration.
c. Health and Physical Education.
d. Guidance & Counseling.
e. School Management & Leadership.
 
     
 

Pedagogy Subjects (Course-7)

Sl.No

1st Year (Course-7a)

2nd Year (Course-7b)

1.

Pedagogy of Modern Indian language (Hindi, Urdu, Maithili, Bengali, any one).

Pedagogy of Biological Science.

2.

Pedagogy of English.

Pedagogy of Mathematics.

3.

Pedagogy of Classical language (Sanskrit).

Pedagogy of History.

4.

Pedagogy of Physical Science.

Pedagogy of Geography.

5.

Pedagogy of Social Science.

Pedagogy of Economics.

6.

Pedagogy of Commerce.

Pedagogy of Political Science.

7.

Pedagogy of Home Science.

Pedagogy of Psychology.

8.

Pedagogy of Computer Science

Pedagogy of Philosophy.

 
     
     
2. Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.)  
 
The Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.) is a two year professional programme of Teacher Education. It aims to prepare teacher for elementary stage of education (Classes I-VIII).
The aim of elementary education is to fulfill the basic learning needs all children in an inclusive full environment bridging Social and General gaps with the active participation of community.
 
 
 
 
Duration:
 
 
The D.El.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of two academic years. However, the students shall be permitted to complete the programme within a maximum period of three years from the date of admission to the programme.
 
 
 
 
Attendance:
 
 
The minimum attendance of student-teachers shall be 80% for all course work including practicum, and 90% for school internship.
 
 
 
 
Intake:
 
 
There is an intake of 200 students in this course sanctioned by Eastern Regional Committee, NCTE, Bhubaneshwar, vide it’s letter no.ERC/7-60.7.2./2005/335-342, dated-05-09-2005
 
     
  Scheme of Study:  
   
     
3. Master of Education (M.Ed.):  
 
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) Programme is a two-year professional programme in the field of Teacher Education which aims at preparing teacher educators and other education professionals including curriculum developers, educational policy analysts, planners, administrators, supervisors, school principals and researchers. The completion of the programme shall lead to M.Ed. degree with specialization either in elementary education (upto class VIII) or in secondary education (classes VI-VII).
 
     
  Duration:
 
 
The M.Ed. programme shall be of duration of two academic years including field attachment for a minimum of 4 weeks and research dissertation. Students shall be permitted to complete the programme requirements of the two-year programme within a maximum period of three years from the date of admission to the programme. The summer should be used for field attachment/practicum/other activities.
 
     
  Attendance :
 
 
The minimum attendance of student-teachers shall be 80% for all course work including practicum, and 90% for Field Attachment.
 
     
 

COURSE OF STUDY

SEMESTER I

COURSE CODE

SUBJECTS

CREDITS

PRACTICUM

THEORY

TOTAL

C.C.-01

Psychology of Learning and Development

04

20

80

100

C.C.-02

Historical, Political and Economic Perspectives of Education

04

20

80

100

C.C.-03

Relevance of Teachers Education in Changing Times

04

20

80

100

C.C.-04

Fundamentals of Educational Research

04

20

80

100

*EPC-01

A. Communication and Expository Writing

 

01

50

 

50

 

B. Personality Development

01

Total

Semester-I

18

130

320

450

 

*INTER SEMESTER BREAK-I-EPC-01 Will be done

SEMESTER II

COURSE CODE

SUBJECTS

CREDITS

PRACTICUM

THEORY

TOTAL

C.C.-5

Sociological and Philosophical Perspectives of Education

04

20

80

100

C.C.-6

Teacher Education-Issues and Challenges

04

20

80

100

C.C.-7

Curriculum Studies

04

20

80

100

C.C.-8

Innovative Teaching Leaning

04

20

80

100

*C.C.-9

Dissertation (essentials of research tool)

02

10

40

50

EPC-2

Internship in a teacher Education Institution (32 hours)

04

50

 

50

TOTAL

 

22

140

360

500

SEMESTER III

COURSE CODE

SUBJECTS

CREDITS

PRACTICUM

THEORY

TOTAL

S.C-1

Elementary/Secondary Education for differently abled

04

20

80

100

S.C-2#

Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment in Elementary Education

04

20

80

100

S.C-2##

Curriculum Pedagogy and Assessment in Secondary Education

04

20

80

100

C.C.-10

Advanced Research Methodology

04

20

80

100

C.C.-11

Creativity and Value Education

04

20

80

100

EPC-03

Internship

04

50

 

50

*C.C.-12

A. *Dissertation (Research proposal and research report)

02

20

80

100

 

B. Environment and Education

02

Total

Semester-III

24

150

400

550

*INTER SEMESTER BREAK-III-Dissertation will be done

Choose Either S.C.-02# (Elementary) or S.C.-02## (Secondary)

SEMESTER IV

COURSE CODE

SUBJECTS

CREDITS

PRACTICUM

THEORY

TOTAL

S.C.-03#

Policy economics and planning in Elementary education

04

20

80

100

S.C.-03##

Policy, economics and planning in Secondary education

04

20

80

100

S.C.-04

Educational Management and Administration in Elementary/ Secondary Education

04

20

80

100

S.C.-05

Education Technology and ICT

04

20

80

100

C.C.-13

Dissertation (32 hours)

04

100

 

100

EPC-04

Seminar, Group Activities, Laboratory Work, Field Work, Workshops (16 weeks)

04

50

 

50

Total

Semester-III

20

260

240

500

Choose Either S.C.-03# (Elementary) or S.C.-03## (Secondary)

Grand Total

Semester I+II+III+IV

84

680

1320

2000

 

#Is for Elementary (VIII) Specialization and ## for Secondary (IX-XII) Specialization
C.C. = Core Course
S.C. = Special Course
EPC-Enhancing Professional Capacity

 
     
4. Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.):  
  The Bachelor of Physical Education programme, generally known as B.P.Ed. shall be a professional programme meant for preparing leaders of physical educational from classes VI to X and for conducting physical educational and sports activities in classes XI and XII.
 
     
  Duration:  
 
The B.P.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of two academic years; i.e. four semesters. However, the students shall be permitted to complete the programme within a maximum of three academic years.
 
     
  Attendance :
 
 
The minimum attendance of student-teachers’ shall have to be 80% for all course work and practicum, and 90% for school internship.
 
     
  Scheme of Study :  
 

1st Year Part-A (Theory)
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE COURSES

Course No.

Course Name

Hours

Credits

Theory (External)

(Internal)

Total Marks

CC-101

History, Principles and foundation of Physical Education.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-102

Anatomy and Physiology

4

4

80

20

100

CC-103

Health Education an Environmental Studies.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-104

Officiating and Coaching.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-105

Methods of Teaching, Organization and Administration.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-106

Optional (Select Any one of the following).

4

4

80

20

100

EC-101 Olympic Movement
EC-102 Yoga Education.
EC-103 Sports Nutrition and Weight Management.

4

4

80

20

100

Total

24

24

480

120

600

Part-B (Practical)

Course No.

Course Name

Hours

Credits

Theory (External)

(Internal)

Total Marks

PC-101

Track and Field (Crouch Start, Relay, Triple Jump, Javelin Throw).

6

4

60

40

100

PC-102

Team Games: Baseball/Cricket/Football/Hockey.

6

4

60

40

100

PC-103

(i) Indigenous Sports : Kabaddi/Yoga/Kho-Kho/Wrestling.
(ii) Mass Demonstration Activities: Dumbells/Tipri/Wands/Hoop.

6

4

60

40

100

Total

18

12

180

120

300

Part-C (Teaching Practice)

(i) Classroom Teaching
(ii) Outdoor Teaching

6

4

40
40

10
10

50
50

 

06

4

80

20

100

Grant Total (1st Year):

Part A + Part B + Part C = 1000 Marks

 
     
 

2nd Year Part-A (Theory)
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE COURSES

Course No.

Course Name

Hours

Credits

Theory (External)

(Internal)

Total Marks

CC-201

Sports Training.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-202

Computer Application in Physical Education.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-203

Sports Psychology and Sociology.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-204

Kinesiology and Biomechanics.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-205

Research and Statistics in Physical Education.

4

4

80

20

100

CC-206

Optional (Select Any one of the following).

4

4

80

20

100

EC-201 Theory of Sports and game.
EC-202 Sports Management.
EC-203 Sports Medicine, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.

4

4

80

20

100

Total

24

24

480

120

600

Part-B (Practical)

Course No.

Course Name

Hours

Credits

Theory (External)

(Internal)

Total Marks

PC-201

Track and Field (High Jump, Long Jump, Shot-put & Discuss Throw).

6

4

60

40

100

PC-202

Team Games: Handball/Basketball/Volleyball.

6

4

60

40

100

PC-203

(i) Racquet Sports.
Badmintorn/Table-Tennis/Tennis/Ball Badminton.
(ii) Mass Demonstration Activities; Umbrella/Lezium/March past/Movement Lesson.

6

4

60

40

100

Total

18

12

180

120

300

Part-C (Teaching Practice)

(i) Athletic Lesson
(ii) Game Lesson.

6

4

40
40

10
10

50
50

 

06

4

80

20

100

Grant Total (2nd Year):

Part A + Part B + Part C = 1000 Marks

Grand Total (1st Year + 2nd Year)

Part A + Part B + Part C = 2000 Marks

 
     
   
   
   
 

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