SCHEME OF B.ED. EXAMINATION (2016-17)
The scheme of B.Ed. examination and course is as per the guidelines laid by NCTE, New Delhi and Syllabus prescribed by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

SCHEME OF STUDY B.Ed. EXAMINATION SEMESTER-I (2016-17)



Paper No. Paper Code Title Total Marks Theory Sessional Work

I

P-I

Understanding the Learner and Learning Environment

100

70

30

II

P-II

Contemporary India and Education

100

70

30

III

P-III

Education and Development

50

35

15

IV

CP-I (A)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-I

(PS-I) Part A (Any One)

50

35

15

V

CP-II(A)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-II (PS-II) Part-A (Any one)

50

35

15

VI

CP-III

Language Proficiency and Communication

50

35

15

VII

EPC-I

Reading and Reflecting on Texts

50

35

15

VIII

FE-I

Field Engagement with School

(1 week)

25

0

25

Total

475

315

160


Grand Total Semester I : 315 (Theory) + 160 (Sessional Work) = 475


Note:

    1. There will be 70% theory and 30% sessional work marks in Paper –I,II, III, IV, V, VI and VII . The candidate shall have to secure 40% marks in each subject in theory and sessional work separately. Marks in sessinal work shall be counted towards division or merit. The break up of sessional work marks is given at the end of the syllabus of the concerned subject.

    2. There will be no theory part in Paper – VIII : Field Engagement with School . The assessment will be done on the basis of sessional work.


A candidate can take up any two of the following Pedagogy of a School Subject (Paper IV & V) :


S.N. Pedagogy of a School Subject Part –A (PS-I & II) (Any Two) Marks



Theory

Sessional

Total

1.

Pedagogy of Punjabi

35

15

50

2.

Pedagogy of Hindi

35

15

50

3.

Pedagogy of English

35

15

50

4.

Pedagogy of Social Science

35

15

50

5

Pedagogy of History

35

15

50

6

Pedagogy of Political Science

35

15

50

7

Pedagogy of Economics

35

15

50

8

Pedagogy of Commerce

35

15

50

9

Pedagogy of Mathematics

35

15

50

10

Pedagogy of Computer Science

35

15

50

11

Pedagogy of Science

35

15

50

12

Pedagogy of Physical Science

35

15

50

13

Pedagogy of Life Science

35

15

50

14

Pedagogy of Physical Education

35

15

50

15

Pedagogy of Music

35

15

50

16

Pedagogy of Fine Art

35

15

50


SCHEME OF STUDY B.Ed. EXAMINATION SEMESTER II (2016-17)

 

Paper No.

Paper Code

Title

Total Marks

Theory

Sessional Work

I

P-IV

Understanding the Learning Process

100

70

30

II

CP-IV

Assessment for Learning

100

70

30

III

P-V

Educational Technology and ICT

100

70

30

IV

CP-I (B)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-I

(PS-I) Part B (as selected in the first semester)

50

35

15

V

CP-II(B)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-II (PS-II) Part-B (as selected in the first semester)

50

35

15

VI

EPC-II

Drama and Art in Education

50

35

15

VII

FE-II

Field engagement for perspective papers

25

0

25

Total

475

315

160


Grand Total Semester II : 315 (Theory) + 160 (Sessional Work) = 475


A candidate can take up any two of the following Pedagogy of a School Subject (Paper-IV & V)


S.N. Pedagogy of a School Subject Part –B (PS-I & II) (As selected in the First Semester) Marks



Theory

Sessional

Total

1.

Pedagogy of Punjabi

35

15

50

2.

Pedagogy of Hindi

35

15

50

3.

Pedagogy of English

35

15

50

4.

Pedagogy of Social Science

35

15

50

5

Pedagogy of History

35

15

50

6

Pedagogy of Political Science

35

15

50

7

Pedagogy of Economics

35

15

50

8

Pedagogy of Commerce

35

15

50

9

Pedagogy of Mathematics

35

15

50

10

Pedagogy of Computer Science

35

15

50

11

Pedagogy of Science

35

15

50

12

Pedagogy of Physical Science

35

15

50

13

Pedagogy of Life Science

35

15

50

14

Pedagogy of Physical Education

35

15

50

15

Pedagogy of Music

35

15

50

16

Pedagogy of Fine Art

35

15

50

SCHEME OF STUDY B.Ed. EXAMINATION SEMESTER-III (2016-17)

SEMESTER–III


Sr. No. Paper No. Paper Title Marks Practical
1 I CP-I(SI)&CP-II(SI) School Internship Pedagogy of School Subject – I (PS I) Pedagogy of School Subject – II (PS II) 350 15 weeks
2 II FE-III Field Engagements with community and CP (NSS, Community Services etc.) 50 2 weeks
    Total Credits   400 17 weeks



PAPER–I


CP–I & II (SI)


School Internship of 15 weeks in a recognized school is Compulsory


External Examination

There will be two external examinations in pedagogy of school subject I and II for 100 marks each to be conducted in the school or in the college with school students .This examination will be conducted by the internal examiners and external examiners (subject specific school teacher preferably at least 5 years of experience), coordinated by Principal of any other College of Education affiliated to G.N.D.U., Amritsar. The school Internship program will be of 15weeks duration for regular students. The school experience program will be carried in the third semester in a practicing school or in two different types of schools in rotation. All lessons are to be supervised either by the mentor appointed for this purpose or concerned pedagogy Teachers. Comments will be entered in the note books & feedback will be given to the students.


Sessional / Internal Assessment
  1. (i) A candidate who does not complete 2 composite discussion lessons and 50 lessons in each subjects (40+10) i.e.; 40 Composite lessons and 10 Micro lessons in each subject and 15 observations, (10+05) i.e.; 10 composite and 5 observations of lesson delivered by good teachers of the school in each teaching subjects .The 40 composite lessons will be further divided as 20 composites lesson of general nature, whose step is based on Harbartian approach (Modified by the respective college/ institution), 05 value based composite lessons, 10 model based lessons (based on Model of Teaching) and 05 lessons on ICT integration. The Principal will intimate the names and roll numbers of such candidates, to the University immediately after the completion of school internship program so that the result of the semester examination of these candidates may be withheld, If any candidate fails to complete the 15 weeks teaching practice in the session/year, his/her candidature will be cancelled and result be filed.


  2. (ii) In addition to the above condition, there will be a school enrichment program of 150 marks, the school enrichment program will consist of various activities as described below.


A candidate can take up any two of the following Pedagogy of a School Subject

S.N.

Pedagogy of a School Subject Part –B

(PS-I & II) (As selected in the First Semester)

Marks



External

Sessional

Total

1.

Pedagogy of Punjabi

100

75

175

2.

Pedagogy of Hindi

100

75

175

3.

Pedagogy of English

100

75

175

4.

Pedagogy of Social Science

100

75

175

5

Pedagogy of History

100

75

175

6

Pedagogy of Political Science

100

75

175

7

Pedagogy of Economics

100

75

175

8

Pedagogy of Commerce

100

75

175

9

Pedagogy of Mathematics

100

75

175

10

Pedagogy of Computer Science

100

75

175

11

Pedagogy of Science

100

75

175

12

Pedagogy of Physical Science

100

75

175

13

Pedagogy of Life Science

100

75

175

14

Pedagogy of Physical Education

100

75

175

15

Pedagogy of Music

100

75

175

16

Pedagogy of Fine Art

100

75

175

17

Pedagogy of Home Science

100

75

175


DISTRIBUTION OF MARKS OF VARIOUS ACTIVITIES DURING SCHOOL INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME FOR SESSIONAL WORK


Sr. No.

Activities During School Internship Program

Marks

1

4 Discussion lesson ( 2 for each subject), 10 marks per subject

40

2

Preparation of lesson plans (50 lesson plans), 10 marks for each subject

20

3

Performance during Internship:

  1. Use of Teaching aids

  2. Use Innovations Techniques

  3. Supervisory duties in Examination at respective school.

  4. Checking of Answer Scripts

  5. Formulation of School Time table

  6. Overall Conduct

40

4

Observation of at least 20 lessons (10 per subject) delivered by peer group and observation of 10 lessons delivered by senior teaches (5 in each school subject)

10

5

Maintenance of attendance register, admission register, result records, stock registers etc.

5

6

Organization of a Co-Curricular activity (at least one, such as morning assembly, debate, declamation etc.) and submission of report

5

7

Reflective Journal writing

5

8

Correction of home-work notebooks

5

9

Construction, administration and analysis of one achievement test and submission of report

5

10

Preparation of Diagnostic test followed by remedial measures

5

11

Case Study of a child with deviant behavior

5

12

Action research related with classroom problems

5


Total

150


SEMESTER-III


PAPER-II

Total

Marks

Sessional Work

FIELD ENGAGEMENT WITH COMMUNITY AND CP

(3 WEEK)

50

50


SEMESTER–IV


Sr. No.

Paper No.

Paper Code

Title

Theory

Sessional Work

Marks

1

I

P-VI

Gender, School and Society

35

15

50

2

II

P-VII

Foundations of Curriculum Development

35

15

50

3

III

P-VIII

Inclusive Education

35

15

50

4

IV

P-IX

School Management

35

15

50

5

V

CP-V

Optional Courses

(Opt any one)

35

15


6

V

i

Vocational and Work Education




35





15





50

7

V

ii.

Health and Physical Education

8

V

iii.

Peace and Value Education

9

V

iv.

Guidance and Counseling

10

VI

EPC-III

Enriching Learning through ICT

0

50

50

11

VII

EPC-IV

Understanding the self

0

50

50



Total

Marks




350



Medium of Examination: The medium of examination shall be English, Punjabi, and Hindi.

Sessional Work

1. If a candidate fails in the sessional work of all Papers, he/she shall not be allowed to appear in the theory examination of that particular part. He/she can appear in the remaining part/s in the examination but his/her result of examination will not be declared till he/she clears the condition.


2. Sessional work in each paper will be based on unit test, house examination, attendance and assignments as per the prescribed syllabus.


3. The Principal will be the overall incharge of sessional work and will have the authority to modify if and where necessary.


4. The College should intimate the names of such students to the University as are failing in the sessional work at least fifteen days before the commencement of the theory examination.


5. The sessional work should be sent to the University before commencement of Theory Examination. The college should intimate to the University the names of such students as are failing in the sessional work of any part/s or falling short of lectures in any paper/s. This intimation must reach the University at least fifteen days before the commencement of the theory examination.


6. The University may appoint an inspector to inspect the records etc, of the internal assessment / sessional work maintained in the various colleges for ensuring uniformity of standards.


7. During the inspections concerned records of sessional work, practical work, activities etc. should be available in the institution at least for six months. The same should be submitted to the members of inspection team as and when asked for.


8. The result of a candidate, who remains absent or fails to secure 40% marks in sessional work in each area, will not be declared till he/she makes up the deficiency to qualify the sessional work. If a candidate fails to qualify the sessional work,his/her pending result of the examination will be cancelled.


Pass Marks, Division / Merit in each Semester


(a) The minimum marks required to pass the examination shall be 40%. The candidate shall have to secure at least 40% marks in theory and sessional work separately in all the Papers of Semester-I, II, III & IV.


(b) Overall division and merit will be determined on the aggregate theory and sessional work in all the papers..


First division with distinction : 75% or above


First division : 60% or above


Second division : Above 50% but below 60%


Third division : Above 40% and below 50%



Result / Degrees


Four weeks after the completion of Examination or asis possible, the Registrar shall publish a list (gazette) of candidate/s who took the examination. The gazette will show the marks obtained by the candidate/s theory and sessional work separately. Merit or division will be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the examination including of all the the papers. Each successful candidate shall be awarded a degree after completing four semesters of B.Ed. course.


Practical work to be performed by each student

Semester-I : Field Engagement with School


Semester-II: Field Engagement for perspective papers


Semester-III: School Internship Programme and Field Engagements with Community


Semester-IV: Field Engagement for prespective papers