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BACHELOR OF EDUCATION COURSE


Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur

Scheme of Evaluation Part (Theory)

Paper

Theory Group

Passing Marks

Maximum Marks

Paper : I

Teacher in Emerging Indian Society

33

100

Paper : II

Development of Learner and Teaching Leaming Process

33

100

Paper : III

Development of Educational System in India

33

100

Paper : IV

Essentials of Educational Technology and Management

33

100

Paper : V

Methodology of Teaching

33

100

 

(1) Hindi, (2) Sanskrit, (3) English, (4) Social Science, (5) Physics, (6) Chemistry.

Paper : VI

Methodology of Teaching

33

100

 

(1) History, (2) Civics, (3) Economics, (4) Geography, (5) Mathematics, (6) Biological Sciences, (7) General Science.

Paper: VIII

Additional Specialisation

33

100

 

(1) Elementary Education, (2) Environmental Education, (3) Educational Administration & Management, (4) Educational and Mental Measurement, (5) computer Education, (6) Career Information in Career Guidance, (7) Physical Education, (8) Population Education, (9) Teaching of Values.

 

Total Markes of Part I

280

700

 

 

(40% of M.M.)

Part : 2

Practical Group

Passing Marks

Maximum Marks

 

Final Practice Teaching Subject I. (EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

20

50

 

Final Practice Teaching Subject II. (EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

20

50

 

Viva Voce in each Teaching Subject. (EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

12

30

 

One Craft of Work Experience.
 (EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

20

50

 

Psychology Practical
(EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

08

20

 

Supervised Practice Teaching
20 Lesson in Each Teaching Subject. (INTERNAL)

01

10

 

Assignments Two in Each Paper (INTERNAL)

14

35

 

Co-curricular Activities (INTERNAL)

08

20

 

Criticism Lesson (INTERNAL)

04

10

 

Test Exams (To be conducted in December). (INTERNAL)

10

25

 

TOTAL MARKS OF PART II.
(40% OF M.M.)

120

300

 

GRAND TOTAL OF BOTH

THEORY AND PRACTICAL

 

1000

 



MASTER OF EDUCATION COURSE


Rani Durgawati University, Jabalpur

CONTENT

  1. Scheme of M.Ed. Course.
  2. Scheme of Examination.
  3. Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education.
  4. Psychological Foundation of Education.
  5. Methodology of Educational Research & Data Analysis.
  6. Environmental Education.
  7. Management Planning & Financing of Education.
  8. Guidance and Counseling
  9. Distance Education.
  10. Value Education & Human Rights.
  11. Language Education
  12. Comparative Education
  13. Educational Measurement & Evaluation
  14. Yoga Education
  15. Educational Technology
  16. Teacher Education
  17. Curriculum Development
  18. Science Education
  19. Special Education (Exceptional Children).

 

SCHEME OF MASTER OF EDUCATION (M.ED.) COURSE

The purpose of the M.Ed. program is to prepare learners for higher level functions in Education including Teacher Education who have a broad understanding of all the contemporary concerns of Education.  The purpose is to develop an Educational Leader with vision.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To prepare practitioners of Education.
  2. To prepare professional personals required to staff Institutes of Advanced Study in Educational (ASE’s) Colleges of Teacher Educational (CTE’s) and District Institutes of Educational Training (DIET’s).
  3. To prepare Professional Administrators and Supervisors for position of responsibility in Educational Institutions, Department of Education, Educational Planning and in Supervisory Educational Services.
  4. To enhance personnel with scientific attitude and research oriented disposition in the field of Education.
  5. To foster the attributes that contribute to the development of Educational Literature and to the growth of Education as a discipline.
  6. To inoculate modern trends in Education in various fields like Psychological, Philosophical, Sociological Foundations of Education, Educational Evaluation, Curriculum Development, Educational Administration, Statistical Procedures etc.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRETERIA

Attainment of at least Second Division in Graduation or Post Graduation Examination from a recognized University and Attainment of at least Second Division in both Theory and Practical Parts of the B.Ed. Examination from a recognized University.

DURATION OF THE COURSE
One Academic Session i.e. from 1st July to 30th April.

PATTERN OF THE COURSE
The structure of the M.Ed. course comprises of two parts :
Part I – Theory                                                                           Part II – Practical

SCHEME OF EVALUATION
PART I THEORY

S.No.

PAPER

GROUP

PASSING MARKS

MAXIMUM MARKS

1

PAPER (I)

Philosophical & Sociological Foundations of Education

33

100

2

PAPER (II)

Psychological Foundations of Education.

33

100

3

PAPER (III)

Methodology of Educational Research & Data Analysis

33

100

4

PAPER (IV)

Environmental Education

33

100

5

PAPER (V)

Management Planning & Financing of Education.

33

100

6

PAPER (VI)

Additional Specializations (Optional).

  1. Guidance and Counseling.
  2. Distance Education.
  3. Value Education & Human Rights.
  4. Language Education.
  5. Comparative Education.
  6. Educational Measurement & Evaluation.
  7. Yoga Education.
  8. Educational Technology
  9. Teacher Education
  10. Curriculum Development
  11. Science Education
  12. Special Education (Exceptional Children).

33

100

 

 

Total Marks of Part (I)

240

600

 

 

 

(40% of M.M.

PART (II) PRACTICAL :-

  1. Dissertation
  2. Viva Voce on Dissertation
  3. Psychology Practical
  4. Assignments.

 

TABLE (II) PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICAL (ANY TEN).

Note :- Evaluation will be done by External & Internal Examiner in Final Exam.

            Candidate will have to do one Practical.
            Distribution of Marks -   Practical Record            -           05
                                                            Viva Voce                     -           15
                                                            Practical                       -           20

  1. Adjustment Inventory.
  2. Bilateral Transfer of Learning from one hand to the other.
  3. Cattell’s 16 PFI.
  4. Habit interference Learning.
  5. Human Maze Learning.
  6. Learning by Substitution.
  7. Level of Aspiration.
  8. Measurement of Attitude.
  9. Measurement of Creativity.
  10. Measurement of Intelligence.
  11. Measurement of Focus of Control.
  12. Measurement of Personality.
  13. Measurement of Teaching Aptitude.
  14. Measurement of Values.
  15. Vocational interest inventory.
  16. Alexander’s Passlong’s Test.
  17. Koh’s Block Design Test.
  18. Mixed Intelligence Verbal/Nonverbal.
  19. Division of Attention.
  20. Span of Apprehension.

NOTE :-

  1. A Candidate is required to offer any ONE Elective of additional Specialization Paper VI from Table – I.
  2. A Candidate is required to do any TEN Psychology from Table II.

PART (I) – THEORY

The M.Ed. Course Consist of Five Core (Compulsory) Papers & One optional Paper.

1

PAPER (I)

Philosophical & Sociological Foundations of Education.

2

PAPER (II)

Psychological Foundations of Education.

3

PAPER (III)

Methodology of Educational Research & Data Analysis.

4

PAPER (IV)

Environment Education.

5

PAPER (V)

Management Planning & Financing of Education

6

PAPER (VI)

Additional Specialization’s (Optional).

TABLE (I) FOR PAPER (VI) – Additional Specializations (Optional)

  1. Guidance and Counseling.
  2. Distance Education
  3. Value Education & Human Rights
  4. Language Education
  5. Comparative Education
  6. Educational Measurement & Evaluation
  7. Yoga Education
  8. Educational Technology
  9. Teacher Education
  10. Curriculum Development
  11. Science Education
  12. Special Education (Exceptional Children).

PART II PRACTICAL

 

GROUP

PASSING MARKS

MAXIMUM MARKS

1.

Dissertation
(EXTERNAL)

40

100

2

Viva Voce
(EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

40

100

3

Psychology Practical Practical Record-05
Viva Voce – 15
Practical – 20
(EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL)

16

40

4

Assignments
(INTERNAL)

24

60

 

TOTAL

120

300

TOTAL OF PART I THEORY

:

600

TOTAL OF PART II PRACTICAL

:

300

GRAND TOTAL OF BOTH
(THEORY AND PRACTICAL

:

900


UNIVERSITY NORMS

  1. A person who has obtained a Bachelor’s of Education Degree of the University or a Degree recognized as equivalent shall be eligible for admission to Master of Education Course provided he has passed the Examination of B.Ed. minimum in the Second Division both in Theory and Practical and Second Division in Graduation or Post Graduation.

  2. Internal Assessment of each candidate is to be carried out throughout the Course.

  3. Each Student is required to attend the Prayer of the College.

  4. Each Student has to participate in the Co-curricular Activities.

  5. Library Study is compulsory for each Student and a record is to be maintained by the College.

  6. If any Student is unable to get 75% attendance he can appear only when he will complete his Attendance next year after seeking admission.

  7. Questions in the University Examination will be asked Unit wise.  There will be Internal choice in Questions.

  8. There are five compulsory papers.

  9. Every Student will have to select one Additional Specialization for Paper VI from Table I.

  10. Two Assignments in Each PAPER should be submitted to be evaluated Internally.

  11. Every Student Teacher has to do TEN Psychology Practical and have to submit a Practical Record Book.  An External Examiner will conduct the Practical Examination.

  12. A Dissertation on any relevant Educational Topic would be submitted by the Candidates his Original Work.

  13. Five copies of the Dissertation should be submitted in Type Written or Printed form by 15th of February.

  14. A Viva Voce Examination shall be held on the Dissertation after the Theory Papers of the University Examination.
  15. The University Examination in Theory Papers will be held in March/April.

  16. The University Examination in Psychology Practical will be conducted in January/February in the same Session.
  17. A Candidate should pass in part I and Part II separately.

  18. To pass in Part I and Part II requisite aggregate Marks is 40% in each part.

  19. In each Part First Division will be granted to a Candidate who acquire 60% and higher.

  20. In each Part Second Division will be granted to a Candidate who acquire 50% or more but less than 60%.

  21. In each Part Third Division will be granted to a Candidate who acquire 40% or more but less than 50%.

  22. To pass in Part I a candidate should acquire 33% marks in each Paper and Aggregate should be 40%.  In case the Candidate fails to obtain Aggregate Marks he should be declared Failed.  He will have to appear in all the Papers of Part I as an Ex-Student.  There is no provision of Supplementary Examination in the M.Ed. Course.  Marks obtained in Part II will be carried over to the subsequent Examination.

  23. In case the Candidate fails in any Item of Part II he will be declared failed.  He will have to appear next year as an Ex-Student in that particular Item.  Marks obtained in other Items of Part II and Marks obtained in part I will be carried over.

  24. If the Candidate fail in Part II Dissertation she will have to submit a modified Dissertation or a Dissertation on a new Problem, as the case may be.

  25. A Candidate who fails in both parts may appear as an Ex-Student in the course Prescribed in part I & II he will have to appear in that particular item.  In case dissertation guidelines of no. 24 will be followed.  Marks obtain in part I.  Other Items will be carried over.