Programme Offered

PROGRAMME OFFERED 

 Curriculum of  B.Ed. Degree Programme  (2 years) 

The curriculum of the B.Ed. programme consists of fourteen Compulsory Theory Courses, one Elective Course out of six elective courses and Engagement with the Field (School Internship, Courses on Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC), and an Online Course). 

B.Ed. (Two-Year) Semester Pattern under CBCS-Programme Structure and Semester-wise Distribution of Courses  

Semester – I 

 

S. 

No 

Sub 

Code 

Theory Courses 

Credits 

Marks 

Total Marks 

External 

Internal 

1 

BD1EP 

Educational Psychology 

5 

70 

30 

100 

2 

BD1CE 

Contemporary India and Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

3 

BD1TL 

Teaching and Learning 

5 

70 

30 

100 

4 

BD1LC 

Language across the Curriculum 

5 

70 

30 

100 

Pedagogical Subjects: Part – I 

5 

BD1TA 

Pedagogy of Tamil: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD1EN 

Pedagogy of English: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD1MA 

Pedagogy of Mathematics: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD1PS 

Pedagogy of Physical Science: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD1BS 

Pedagogy of Biological Science: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD1CA 

Pedagogy of Commerce and Accountancy: Part –I 

5 

70 

30 

100 

Total 

255 

350 

150 

500 

 

Semester – II 

 

S. 

No 

Sub Code 

Theory Courses 

Credits 

Marks 

Total Marks 

External 

Internal 

1 

BD2UD 

Understanding Disciplines and Subjects 

5 

70 

30 

100 

2 

BD2AL 

Assessment for Learning 

5 

70 

30 

100 

3 

BD2EE 

Environmental Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

4 

BD2SM 

School Management and Administration 

5 

70 

30 

100 

 

Pedagogical Subjects: Part – II 

5 

BD2TA 

Pedagogy of Tamil: Part –II 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD2EN 

Pedagogy of English: Part –II 

70 

30 

100 

BD2MA 

Pedagogy of Mathematics: Part –II 

70 

30 

100 

BD2PS 

Pedagogy of Physical Science: Part –II 

70 

30 

100 

BD2BS 

Pedagogy of Biological Science: Part –II 

70 

30 

100 

BD2CA 

Pedagogy of Commerce and Accountancy: Part –II 

70 

30 

100 

Total 

25 

350 

150 

500 

 

Semester - III 

(Field Engagement) 

(School Internship ,EPC & Online Course) 

Record Verification & Teaching Learning Assessment - External Evaluation 

 

S.No 

Sub Code 

Practicum Components 

Credits 

Marks 

PART –A : Assessment of Teaching Competency and Records 

1 

A1 

Observation Record: Level- I & II 

1 

20 

2 

A2 

Micro Teaching Record: Level - I & II 

1 

20 

3 

A3 

Demonstration Record : Level - I & II 

1 

20 

4 

A4 

Lesson Plan Record: Level - I & II 

4 

80 

5 

A5 

Instructional Materials Record: Level - I & II 

1 

20 

6 

A6 

Test and Measurement Record: Level -I & II 

1 

20 

7 

A7 

Case Study Record 

1 

20 

8 

A8 

Psychology Practical Record 

2 

40 

9 

A9 

Environmental Education Record 

1 

20 

10 

A10 

Students Portfolios and Reflective Journals 

1 

20 

11 

A11 

Teaching Competency– Level - I & II 

6 

120 

TOTAL –A 

20 

400 

PART –B: (Enhancing Professional Capacities )EPC-Records 

1 

EPC1 

1. Reading and Reflecting on Texts 

1 

20 

2 

EPC2 

2. Drama and Art in Education 

1 

20 

3 

EPC3 

3. Critical Understanding of ICT 

1 

20 

4 

EPC4 

4. Understanding the Self 

1 

20 

TOTAL –B 

4 

80 

PART –C : Online Course 

1 

ONC 

Online Course-SWAYAM (any one course related to Pedagogy/Education/Basic Discipline Skills) 

1 

20 

TOTAL –C 

1 

20 

 

BD3PC 

Total (A+B+C) 

25 

500 

 

Note 1: The major objective of the Pedagogic course is to make the student-teachers to get an overview of the content of the chosen subject and also to get practiced in classroom teaching at Level –I & Level – II.  

Level – I is pertaining to standard VI to VIII and is compulsory for all the student-teachers to get many-fold experiences in classroom teaching of their pedagogic subject during the School Internship. The students of, Commerce, to teach the subject Social Sciences prescribed in the school curriculum at Level -I.  

Level –II is pertaining to standard IX and X for undergraduate qualified student-teachers and standard XI and XII for post graduate qualified student-teachers. The student-teachers need to get an overview of their pedagogy subject prescribed in the school curriculum and also to teach their concerned pedagogic subject at Level –II during the School Internship.  

Note 2: The Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC) records are to be prepared and submitted at the time of practical examination. The EPC records are to be prepared based on the theoretical inputs and practical experiences gained from reading and reflecting on text, performance in drama and art related to teaching and learning process, critical understanding and usage of ICT for effective teaching and learning process, and understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of one’s own self.  

 

Semester-IV 

 

S. 

No 

SUB CODE 

Theory Courses 

Credits 

Marks 

Total Marks 

 

 

 

 

External 

Internal 

 

2 

BD4GS 

Gender, School and Society 

5 

70 

30 

100 

2 

BD4KC 

Knowledge and Curriculum 

5 

70 

30 

100 

3 

BD4CI 

Creating an Inclusive School 

5 

70 

30 

100 

4 

BD4YH 

Yoga, Health and Physical Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

Electives (Any One) 

5 

BD4E1 

1. Values and Peace Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD4E2 

2. Human Rights Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD4E3 

3. Community Engagement through Work Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD4E4 

4. Disaster Management 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD4E5 

5. Special Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

BD4E6 

6. Life Skills Education 

5 

70 

30 

100 

 

Total 

25 

350 

150 

500 

 

 

 

Overall Credits  

Theory  

75  

100  

Practicum 

25 

Total Marks  

Theory  

1500  

2000  

Practicum 

500 

 

B.Ed 2nd Year 

 

Theory Courses for Second Year 

Serial No. 

Course Name 

Marks for Theory 

Marks for T&A  

Total 

Course 7(b) 

Pedagogy of School Subject-1 Part II (Content Mastery) 

35 

15 

50 

Course 8 

Knowledge and Curriculum 

70 

30 

100 

Course 9 

Assessment for Learning 

70 

30 

100 

Course 10 

Creating an Inclusive School 

35 

15 

50 

Course 11 

Optional Courses: (Any one) 
1.Yoga, Health and Physical Education 
2. Environmental Education 
3. Values and Peace Education 

35 

15 

50 

Note: T& A refers to Tasks and Assignments which are evaluated by continuous internal assessment.  

[The course on 'Enhancing Professional Capacities' (EPC 4) is evaluated by continuous internal assessment.]  

Engagement with the field (EPC) for Second Year 
Courses on Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC) 

 

Course EPC 4 

Understanding the Self 

50 Marks 

 

School Internship 

250 Marks 

Total Marks 

650 Marks 

Note: Students have to undertake Tasks and Assignments in each course given in the syllabus.