|City||Amritsar, Punjab, India|
|Affiliated to||Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar|
Khalsa College of Education.
Amritsar (PUNJAB) .
|Phone||+91-183-2507029 Resi : +91-183-3205006,|
Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar was established in the year 2005, Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar is affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
Khalsa College of Education, Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar has its roots in the main Khalsa College (Estb. In 1892), Amritsar, Khalsa College Soceity, Amritsar came into being as registered educational society under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. It was registered in the office of “ The Registrar of Joint Stock Companies, Punjab“ on April 14, 1892. Under the administration of this 118 years historic society, nine colleges and five schools are working successfully. Khalsa College of Education, G. T. Road, Amritsar was established in July 1954 and at present it has become a premiere Teacher Education Institute of India providing research and teaching facilities for PGDCA(T.E), B.Ed., M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Education. Inspired by the mega success of this institution, the historic Khalsa College Society (Regd.) in its resolution No. 240, dated August 05, 2004 resolved to establish Khalsa College of Education at Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar in commemoration of Golden Jubilee celebrations of Khalsa college of Education, Amritsar. It was visualized over a sprawling campus of 16.3 Acres which was allotted to Khalsa College Society, Amritsar by the Amritsar Improvement Trust, Amritsar.
Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
1.1 Any graduate under 10+2+3 system with atleast 45% marks in aggregate.
2.1 The duration of the course shall be one year from Aug. to May every academic year.
2.2 An examination shall be held at the end of academic year at such place/s and on such dates as may be decided by the university.
2.3 There shall be six papers and one project report of 100 marks.
2.4 The date/s by which the admission forms and fees for examination must reach the Registrar shall be decided by the university.
2.5 Three days of grace may be allowed after the last date without late fee for the receipt of admission forms and fees.
2.6 The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
2.7 The examination shall be held according to syllabi and courses of reading recommended by the Board of Studies in Computer Science & Engg. and approved by the appropriate bodies.
2.8 The result shall be declared by the Registrar as soon as possible after the termination of examination.
2.9 Each successful candidate shall receive diplomas issued by the University stating marks and division.
The minimum pass marks shall be 35% separately for theory and practical in each paper. The successful candidates shall be placed in the following divisions :
(a) Those who obtain 75% or more of the total marks. First Division with distinction.
(b) Those who obtain 60% or more but less than 75% First Division.
(c) Those who obtained 50% or more but less than 60% marks Second Division.
(d) Those who obtained less than 50% of the total marks. Third Division.
2.10 Two additional consecutive chances may be given to a candidate to clear this examination, i.e. one in September and second in April (Alongwith regular candidates).
2.11 The examination shall be open to a student who is eligible as laid down in ordinance 1.1 and has his name sent up by the Principal concerned with the following certificates :-
a) of having been enrolled in the college for the academic year proceeding the examination.
b) of good moral character.
c) of having attend atleast 75% of the lectures delivered.
2.12 The Principal of the college concerned shall have the power to condone in lectures in each paper upto 10% of the total number of Lectures delivered.
2.13 A candidate who have attended the prescribed number of lectures, does not appear in the examination or having appeared has failed or his been placed under reappear in one or more paper /s, may be allowed to appear as an ex-student on the recommendation of the Principal concerned. In such cases, the candidates shall be examined as per the course outlines in force at that time.
2.14 There shall be an examiner in each paper to be appointed by the University on the recommendation of the Board of Studies in Computer Science. The question paper shall be set by the examiner and answer books evaluated by him as per University suggests.
2.15 The Diploma shall be awarded on the successful completion/ evaluation of theory and practical papers.
Note:- The Ordinances are subject to the addition/amendments approved by the competent authority.
Instructions for Examiners
1. There shall be six papers and one project report. Each paper will be of 3 hours duration.
2. Each theory paper will be of 50 Marks. In each paper a separate practical of 50 marks will be conducted before/after the theory papers. Project report will be of 100 marks.
3. Each paper will be divided into five units. Examiners will set two questions from each unit with internal choice.
4. The students will be asked to attempt five questions selecting one question from each unit. Each question will carry 10 marks.
SCHEME OF STUDY FOR POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (TEACHER EDUCATION)
EXAMINATION – 2011-2012
PAPER SUBJECT THEORY PRACTICAL
PAPER-I Fundamentals of Computer and operating systems. 50 50
PAPER-II Computer Aided Teaching 50 50
PAPER-III PC-Computing (MS office & DTP) 50 50
PAPER-IV Introduction to Scripting Languages and Web Designing. 50 50
PAPER-V Database Management System, System Analysis & Design. 50 50
PAPER-VI Programming in C 50 50
PAPER-VII PROJECT REPORT 100
TOTAL = 300 + 400 = 700 Marks
Faculty for PGDCA (teacher education)
Sr. No. Name Qualification Subject
1 Mrs. Manpreet Kaur Cheema B.Tech.(Comp. Sci. & Engg.), MCA, B.Ed. Paper-I, III, V
2 Ms. Ravneet Kaur M.Sc. (Chem.), M.Ed., UGC/NET (Edu.)-(RA) Paper-II
3 Mrs.Preetinder Kaur B.Com, B.Ed., PGDCA (T.E.) Paper-IV, VI
4 Ms.Amanpreet Kaur M.Sc. (Comp. Sc.), B.Ed. Visiting Faculty
SYLLABUS OF PGDCA (T.E.)
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER & OPERATING SYSTEMS
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks : 100
Theory : 50 Practical : 50
Fundamentals of Computer: Introduction to computer, Applications of computer, Components of computers, Input-output devices (keyboard, mouse, track ball, light pen, cards, printers, plotters, scanners), Secondary storage devices(floppy disk, magnetic disk, Winchester disk, optical disk).
Connecting devices to Computers (Expansion slots, Adapter Boards, Serial/Parallel I/O Ports, SCSI). Problem Analysis : Flowcharts, Algorithms, Decision tables. Types of Software, Translators (compiler, interpreter, assembler), Introduction to data communication and network. Number System, Computer Arithmetic.
Introduction to Windows 95: Parts of window screen (Desktop, window, icons), start menu, Taskbar settings, application & document window, anatomy of a window (Title bar, minimize, maximize button, control box, scroll bars, scroll buttons, scroll boxes), Window explorer (expansion, collapsing of directory tree, copying, moving, deleting files, folder, creating folders), About desktop icons (recycle bin, my computer, network neighborhood, briefcase), folder, shortcut creation, setting of screen saver, color, setting, wallpaper, changing window appearance.
Introduction to Operating System: Meaning of operating system, its functions, batch systems, real systems, multiprogramming, multitasking, single, multi user systems. Memory Management Techniques, Process Management, Device Management, File Management Techniques.
Disk operating System: Define dos, Structure of Ms-Dos (description of booting files, steps to boot the system), hot & cold booting, internal command (cls, dir, date, time, vol, ver, copy con, type, ren, del, md, rd, cd, path, prompt), external commands edit, attrib, backup, restore, chkdsk, diskcopy, diskcomp, deltree, edit, format, fdisk, find, label, more, xcopy, move, print, scandisk, sort, sys, doskey, tree).
PC Software : By Rachpal Singh & Gurinder Singh
Operating System : Galvin Sielberschatz
Fundamentals of Computer : By P.K. Sinha
COMPUTER AIDED TEACHING
Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks :100
* Teaching its meaning, Principles and Maxims,
* Learning its meaning and factors of learning,
* Programmed learning its meaning, types of programmed learning
* Linear, Branching and Mathetics.
Information Communication Technology- Concepts, Objectives and role of ICT in teacher education.
* Innovations in Teaching Technology
* Personalized System of Instruction
* Learner Controlled Instructions
* Use of Computer in School Education.
* Multi-Media approach in teaching : use of Radio, T.V., Tape Recorder, V.C.R., OHP, Slide Projector and Computer as teaching machines.
* Educational use of internet.
Teaching Material ; pictures, charts, diagrams, graphs, cartoons & programmed learning packages.
Use of Computer in making Teaching Material
School records and registers – Students record – Cumulative record card.
Registers – Pupil Attendance Register, Teacher Attendance Register and Admission and Withdrawl Register.
Use of Computer in making records and register.
1. Anand Bhushan & Malvinder Ahuja : Educational Technology.
2. M.S. Sachdeva & Inderdev Singh Nandra : A New Approach to Technology of Teaching.
3. M. Mukhopadhyay (Ed.) : Educational Technology.
4. S.K. Mangal : Technology of Teaching.
PC COMPUTING (MS OFFICE & DTP)
Time: 3 Hours Max Marks :100
Theory : 50
Practical : 50
MS-Word: Introduction to MS-Office, Ms-Access, Ms-Excel. Parts of window of word (Title bar, menu bar, status bar, ruler), Creation of new documents, opening document, insert a document into another document. Page setup, margins, gutters, font, Properties, Alignment, page breaks, header footer. Deleting, moving, replace, editing text in document. Saving a document, spell checker, printing a document. Creating a table, entering and editing Text in tables. Changing format of table, height width of row or column. Editing, deleting Rows, columns in table. Borders, shading, Templates, wizards, Drawing objects, mail merge.
MS-Power point :Introduction to Ms power point. Power point elements (Templates, Wizard, Views, Color Schemes), Exploring power point menu (opening & closing menus, working with dialogues boxes), adding text, adding title, moving text area, resizing text boxes, adding pictures. Starting a new slide, saving presentation, printing slides. Views (slide View, slide sorter, notes view, outline view). Formatting & enhancing text formatting, Choosing transitions. Creating a graph, displaying slide show, adding multimedia. Slide transitions. Timing slide display, adding movies & sounds. Using a pick look Wizards to change format.
MS-Excel :Introduction to Worksheet/Spreads, Features of excel, Describe the excel Window, different functions on different data in excel, creation of graphs, editing it and formatting, changing chart type of 2nd chart or 3rd chart, creation of worksheet, adding, deleting, moving the text in worksheet, linking different sheets, sorting the data, querying the data, filtering the data (auto and advance filters), What-if analysis, printing a worksheet.
1. Introduction to Graphics, Vector Graphics & Bitmaps.
2. Understanding Image Size & resolution.
3. Relation between resolution, File sizes & output.
4. Using menus & Palettes.
5. Concept of Path (Segment, Anchor, Curved, Closed, Open, Subpath).
6. PhotoShop Tools (Pen, Pencil, Brush, History, Air, Eraser, Rubber stamp, Smude, Dodge, Burn, Sponge), Masks & Histogram.
7. Acquiring & Importing Images.
8. Concept of Lyres Channels & Path, Filters, Rendering Effects, Transformation, Strokes, Image Modes, Canvas & Images.
9. Using navigator & PhotoShop plug-in.
1. Concepts of vector graphics.
2. Color palate, Pasteboard & Print Page.
3. Using ruler, unit’s etc.
4. Corel Tools (Pick, Shape, Knife, Eraser, Zoom, Freehand, Natural Pen, Dimensions, Ellipse, Polygon etc.).
5. Transformations, Trimming, Wielding, Intersection of Objects, Snapping, Using Object Manager.
6. Giving effects, (Envelope, Adding Perspective, Contours, Blending Images).
PC Software by R. K. Taxali &/or PC Software By Rachpal Singh & Gurinder Singh
INTRODUCTION TO SCRIPTING LANGUAGES, WEB DESIGNING
Time: 3 Hours Max Marks :100
Theory : 50
Practical : 50
Introduction to Internet, Web Browser, Protocols – TCP/IP, FTP, POP3, SMTP Hardware / Software Requirements., Client/ Server Model, URL, E-Mail
Introduction to HTML, DHTML
Front page 2000: Introduction to Front page 2000: Frontpage windows, various toolbar of Frontpage. Creating a web page using wizard, creating a web page using template and toolbars.
Themes: Creating your own theme, Selecting a color scheme, Selecting graphics, Selecting text, Normal page, Confirmation page, Feedback form, Guest book, One-column body, Search page, Two-column body, Three-column body.
Forms: Creating form using wizard, Adding text boxes, Adding radio buttons, Adding check box, Adding drop-down menus, Adding pushbutton & pictures.
Web page designing: Adding shared borders to the page, Giving tittle to a page, selecting a background for page, adding text to page, Hyperlink, turning text to heading, adding picture to the page, adding a clipart, adding navigation bars, Publishing your web page, making your web page searchable.
Learning Front Page 2000, Ramesh Bangra Khanna Book Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Learning to use Internet by Ernest Ackerman.
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN
Time: 3 Hours Max Marks :100
Theory : 50
Practical : 50
Basic concepts: An overview of database Management, (database, database system, why database, data independence). An architecture for a database system (levels of the architecture, mapping, DBA), Introduction to Relational database systems.
Relational Model: Domain and relations, Relational data integrity, relational algebra, relational calculus and SQL languages, Normalization concept – 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, 4NF, Boyce-Codd Normal Forms.
System Analysis and Design: System development life cycle, System Development Tools.
ORACLE 8 : SQL *PLUS
Introduction to Oracle 8, SQL – DDL, DML, DCL
Join methods & Sub query, Union, Intersection, Minus, Tree Walking, Built in Functions, Views, Security amongst users, Sequences, Indexing Object Oriented, Features of Oracle 8.0
PL/SQL : Introduction to PL/SQL, Cursors-Implicit & Explicit, Procedures, Functions & Packages, Database Triggers
1. Database Systems Concepts- by Silberschatz, Korth & Sudarshan
2. (International Editions, Computer Science series-1997)
3. An Introduction of Database system by C.J. Date (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.)
4. SQL/PL/SQL The Programming Language of Oracle by IVAN BAYROSS
PROGRAMMING IN C
Time: 3 Hours Max Marks :100
Theory : 50
Practical : 50
Fundamentals of C: Introduction of C, Data Types, Operators, their precedence, expressions and their evaluation.
Input/Output Functions: Formatted I/O, Character I/O & String I/O Functions.
Control Structures: Taking decisions using if, if-else, switch constructs and Conditional Operator, Description of break and continue statements. Performing loops using for, while, do-while Constructs.
Functions: Library Functions vs User-Defined Functions, Declaring (Prototyping) and defining User-Defined functions, ways of passing parameters to functions, Recursive functions, Storage classes.
Arrays & String: What are Arrays?, Declaring arrays, initializing arrays, processing of arrays, passing arrays as arguments to functions. What are Strings? How strings are handled in C? String functions, arrays of strings.
Pointers: What is a pointer variable? Declaring pointers, accessing values via pointers, pointer arithmetic, pointer to strings, passing arguments using pointers.
Structure and Unions: Defining a structure type, declaring variables of structure type, initializing structures. Accessing Structure Elements, Use of assignment Statement for structures, array of structures, nested structures, Unions; Declaring a Union, Accessing elements of a type union.
Managing Data Files: Processing a file, Standard Input/Output, System Level I/O, File updating.
Yashwant Kanetkar: Let us C, BPB Publications, New Delhi.
R.S. Salaria : Application Programming in C, Khanna Book Publishing Co. (P) Ltd., Delhi.
Project report of 100 marks assigned by the subject teacher will be prepared by a group of students (not exceeding five) under the supervision & guidance of concerned teacher. The contents/theme of the project report will be based on paper II (Computer-Aided-Teaching) or any other area related to the Viva-voce of Project report will be conducted by an external examiner to be appointed by the UniversityView Details Duration: 1 Year Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: PG Diploma / Certification
1. The Master of Education (M.Ed.) programme is meant for candidates desirous of pursuing post-graduate programme in education. Besides preparing teacher educators, it also aims at preparing educational administrators, supervisors and researchers.
2. The M.Ed programme would comprise theoretical courses including specialized courses in the discipline of education and related practical / field work including exposure to and training in a teacher education institution. In addition, research work in the form of a dissertation would form an essential part of the programme. Depending on the actual design and declared objectives, the programme provides opportunities for students to extend as well as deepen their knowledge and understanding of education, specialize in selected areas including Teacher Education and also acquire related research skills.
3. Only institutions running B.Ed programme are eligible to offer M.Ed course except University Departments which may not be directly running a B.Ed programme.
Duration of Course:
1. An examination for the Degree of Master of Education in theory shall be held annually in the month of April and Dissertation in the month of May or on such date/s and such place/s as may be fixed by the Vice-Chancellor.
2. The examination shall be open to any person, who:
(1) has obtained at least 55 percent marks in B.Ed degree from GNDU, Amritsar or from any other University recognized as equivalent there to are eligible for M.Ed. admission.
(2) has the reservation for SC/ST/OBC and other categories shall be as per the rules of the central Government/ State Government, whichever is applicable. There shall be relaxation of five percent marks in favour of SC/ST/OBC categories of candidates.
(3) has undergone the course of training for the degree of Master of Education for one academic year in a college affiliated to the Guru Nanak Dev University for M.Ed. Course.
(4) has passed any other examinations recognized as equivalent there to from any other University/Institution.
(5) has his name submitted to the Registrar by the Principal of the College and produces a certificate signed by the Principal of having not less than 75% of the full course of lectures delivered to his class, provided that a deficiency upto 5% in the number of lectures may be condoned, for special reasons by the Principal.
(6) has passed house examination with atleast 40 percent mark in aggregate or 30 percent marks in individual
3. According to the Schedule, every candidate/s shall pay such fees to the University as the Syndicate may prescribe from time to time.
Medium of Examination and Papers:
4. The medium of examination for all papers including dissertation shall be English/Punjabi/Hindi.
5. The examination shall consist of:
PART –A: Foundation Courses
PART –A: Foundation Courses
Paper Title Contact
hrs Sessional Terminal Total
Paper-I Education as a Field of Study 6 20 80 100
Paper -II Learner and the Learning
Process 6 20 80 100
Paper-III Methodology of Educational
Research & Statistics. 6 20 80 100
Paper IV Educational Technology &
ICT in Education. 6 20 80 100
Paper-V Dissertation 6 40 60 100
PART-B: Specialization – paper VI and VII
Options: (Choose one group from the following)
Title Contact (hrs) Sessional Terminal Total
Educational Administration and
Supervision. 6 20 80 100
Education Planning and Economics of
Education. 6 20 80 100
Title Contact (hrs) Sessional Terminal Total
Guidance and Counseling 6 20 80 100
Inclusive Education 6 20 80 100
Title Contact (hrs) Sessional Terminal Total
Statistical Methods for Data Analysis 6 20 80 100
Educational Measurement and Evaluation 6 20 80 100
Title Contact (hrs) Sessional Terminal Total
Curriculum Development 6 20 80 100
Teacher Education 6 20 80 100
Total 42 160 540 700
PART-C: Field Experiences (Assessment on five point rating scale)
6. There shall be six periods for every paper per week for theory and two periods per week for Sessional work / Practical. A week shall have six working days.
7. Each theory paper shall carry 80 marks and shall be of three hours duration.
a) In case of theory papers the sessional work will be of 20 marks, assessed through tests, assignments and project work (field based)/psychological tests (analysis and interpretations) as detailed in the respective papers.
b) The statement of sessional work shall be sent to the controller of examination.
8. (A) The dissertation shall be a core paper for all students carrying 100 marks and each student is required to select one topic for dissertation from the area of specialization under the guidance of a faculty member. Dissertation will be evaluated by both internal and external examiners (40 marks for sessional work and 60 marks for Terminal work). The sessional work will be evaluated by the internal examiner (40 marks) and terminal score will be awarded by the internal & external examiner jointly.
a) Every candidate/s shall submit a dissertation on an educational problem under the guidance and supervision of the faculty, Department of the University/Institute/College.
b) The last date/s for (i) application regarding the topics of dissertation along with the Synopsis and (ii) the dissertation to reach the Registrar’s office shall be as under:
* Last date/s for submission of applications regarding the topic of dissertation along with the Synopsis shall be Nov. 10th of the year preceding the examinations.
* Last date/s for submission of dissertation shall be May 31st. Under ordinary circumstances extension after 31st May will not be granted. However, one month extension under extraordinary circumstances without late fee may be granted by the Dean A.A. and S.W. G.N.D.U, Amritsar. This extension will be granted under specific reasons to be recorded by the Principal of the Institution as well as the supervisor of the candidate/s
c) When a candidate/s has failed in the examination but has obtained pass marks in the dissertation, the dissertation marks may be carried forward at his option to two subsequent years without fresh assessment of the dissertation. After two years the candidate/s may revise the dissertation and resubmit it for fresh assessment.
d) Every candidate/s shall be examined in viva-vice on his dissertation.
9. Qualifying marks and Re-appear
a) The minimum number of marks required to pass the examination shall be 40 percent in each paper separately including dissertation. Provided that candidates taking one or more additional papers under ordinance 12 infra shall be required to secure at-least 40 percent marks to pass in that paper/s.
b) A candidate/s who fails/remains absent in one paper only but has passed all the remaining papers, shall be permitted to appear in that paper only in next two consecutive examinations-one in the supplementary examination and the other in the annual examination-and if he passes that paper in either of these examinations, he shall be deemed to have passed the examination.
Declaration of result and classification of division
10. Four weeks after the completion of Examinations or as is possible, the Registrar shall publish a list (gazette) of candidate/s who took the examinations. Each successful candidate/s shall receive with his degree, a certificate stating the division in which the candidate has passed.
11. Successful candidates who obtain 70 percent or above shall be placed in the first division with distinction, those who obtain 60 percent or more of aggregate marks shall be placed in the first division, those who obtain 50 percent but below 60 percent shall be placed in second division; and all below 50 percent shall be placed in the third division.
Additional Paper and Improvement of Division
12. A person who has already passed M.Ed. examination shall be allowed to appear in one or more options other than the one he has already passed as additional option(s) of the M.Ed. examination and for the purpose of determining consistently good academic record, the marks obtained by him/her in the additional options may be substituted for the marks in the option (s) already passed by him/her towards aggregate to the best advantage of a person.
13. A person who has passed M.Ed. examination from Guru Nanak Dev University in third division shall have two chances to improve his division. For this purpose he may be permitted to reappear in all or two or more papers in which his score is less than 55 percent. Improvement is permitted within five years of his obtaining third division. A candidate/s allowed to re-appear under this ordinance shall have the option either to submit the dissertation afresh or may get his previous marks in dissertation carried forward. The result of such a candidate/s shall be declared only if he improves the division and this fact shall be stated in his degree.
14. A candidate who has already passed his M.Ed. examination in the second division in the first attempt, with less than 55 percent marks, shall be allowed to reappear in one, two or more papers in which his performance is less than 55 percent to enable him to make this overall aggregate 55 percent or more. For this purpose, he shall be given.
i) Two chance to improve his previous performance if he has not availed of any chances before or.
ii) One more chance to improve his previous performance if he has availed of one chance under ordinances pertaining to improvement of division; provided He/she completes the examination within a period of five years from the data of passing the examination in the first instance subject to the following conditions:
a) Such a candidate/s will have to pay fee as for the whole examination.
b) The result of the candidate/s for improvement of marks shall be declared only if he improves his score to the extent of at least 50 percent marks.
c) Such a candidate/s shall be awarded grace marks in the same manner as are awarded to a candidate/s who reappears in M.Ed. examination for the purpose of improving division.
d) The candidate/s shall not be eligible for award of any medal/prize for standing first in the examination.
e) A candidate/s allowed to reappear under this ordinance shall have the option either to submit the dissertation afresh or may get his previous marks in dissertation carried forward.
Note: The concept of compartment shall not apply as it is applicable in other post-graduate classes where the course is two years duration.
Applicability of Regulations for the time being in force:
Notwithstanding the integrated nature of a course spread over one academic year, the regulations in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examinations held during or at the end of the academic year. Nothing in these regulations shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the regulations subsequently and the amended regulations, if any, shall apply to all students whether old or new.
Duration of Course : 1 year
a. The B.Ed. examination shall be open to only those graduates or post-graduates of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar or any other recognized University who had been admitted to B.Ed.
B.Ed. admission shall be 50% at first or second degree level for general and reserved categories (other than schedule castes/schedule tribes/backward classes). For Schedule Castes/Schedule Tribes/Backward Classes/Categories the minimum qualifying percentage score for B.Ed. admission shall be 45% at first or second degree level.
Date/s for Sending Admission Forms:
December 01 Without Late Fee : 100/-
December 15 With Late Fee : 200/-
January 15 With Late Fee : 500/-
January 31 With Late Fee : 1000/-
February 15 With Late Fee 1000/-
A candidate can take up any two of the following methodologies:
Option Teaching Methodologies Paper VI & VII Marks
External Internal Total
1. Option i (a) Methodology of Teaching of Punjabi 80 20 100
2. Option i (b) Methodology of Teaching of Hindi 80 20 100
3. Option i (c) Methodology of Teaching of English 80 20 100
4. Option i (d) Methodology of Teaching of Sanskrit 80 20 100
5. Option ii (a) Methodology of Teaching of Social Studies 80 20 100
6. Option ii (b) Methodology of Teaching of History 80 20 100
7. Option ii (c) Methodology of Teaching of Geography 80 20 100
8. Option ii (d) Methodology of Teaching of Political Science 80 20 100
9. Option ii (e) Methodology of Teaching of Economics 80 20 100
10. Option iii Methodology of Teaching of Commerce 80 20 100
11. Option iv Methodology of Teaching of Mathematics 80 20 100
12. Option v Methodology of Teaching of Computer Education 80 20 100
13. Option vi (a) Methodology of Teaching of Science 80 20 100
14. Option vi (b) Methodology of Teaching of Physical Sciences 80 20 100
15. Option vi (c) Methodology of Teaching of Life Sciences 80 20 100
16. Option vi (d) Methodology of Teaching of Home Science 80 20 100
17. Option vii Methodology of Teaching of Physical Education 80 20 100
18. Option viii Methodology of Teaching of Music 80 20 100
19. Option ix Methodology of Teaching of Fine Art 80 20 100
20. Option x Methodology of Teaching of Agriculture 80 20 100
Area–D: School Based Experiences:
Area D consists of practical work in two school subjects (D1 - Internship in methodology I and D2 - Internship in methodology II). Each paper will carry 40% as sessional work and 60% as terminal examination award. The sessional work will be evaluated at institution level by the method master or the panel nominated by the principal. The distribution of 40 marks of sessional work will be as under:
(a) Performance in two discussion lesson (5+5) = 10 Marks
(b) Performance during the teaching practice = 10 Marks
(c) Practical lesson note-book = 10 Marks
(d) Audio Visual aids/innovations/ Models/
Resources used during the teaching programme = 10 Marks
= 40 Marks
The terminal examination in D1 (Internship in methodology I) and D2 (Internship in methodology II) will carry 60 marks each. Evaluation will be done by a panel of two subject teachers co-ordinated by approved/ regular Principal of any college of education affiliated to GNDU, Amritsar and appointed by the Dean, Faculty of Education. Internal examiners can award upto 65% marks to candidate at their own level. However if they feel the candidate deserves higher marks, the work must be evaluated by the panel of examiners headed by the co-ordinator. The candidate shall have to secure 40% marks in terminal as well as in sessional work separately. Marks of both sessional work and terminal examination shall be counted towards division or merit. The candidate shall have to secure 40% marks in each subject in terminal and sesional work separately for passing the examination.
The final award of D1 and D2 will be sent to the university by concerned co-ordinator with the counter signature of the college Principal.
Area–E : Add on Courses
Area E consists of Add on Courses: E1 (ICT integration in Pedagogy) E2 (Language Proficiency (Communication Skills)) E3 (Art in Education) and E4 (Physical Education). Each add on course will carry 25 marks and will be evaluated at institutional level by the internal examiner appointed and co-ordinated by the Principal of the concerned college. There will be no external examination for the Area E courses. The candidate shall have to secure 40 % marks in each Add on course separately as minimum qualifying marks. The final award of Area E will be sent to the university by the concerned internal examiner with the counter signature of the concerned Principal.
I. A candidate who becomes ineligible in Area A, Area B, Area C for want of minimum attendance stands ineligible for Area D and /or in Area E also and vice versa.
II. Provided that a candidate who fails in and / or one or more papers of Area A, Area B, Area C and / or Area D, Area E shall be given grace marks according to ordinances relating to award of grace marks.
5. Medium of Examination: The medium of examination shall be English, Punjabi, and Hindi.
6. The Payment to the Co-ordinator and External Examiners
The remuneration will be paid @ Rs. 10.00 per lesson to the Coordinator for Skill-in-Teaching Practical Examination. The payment will be made by the Principal of the concerned college and will be reimbursed by the university.
7.(A)(i) If a candidate fails in the sessional work of Area A (Foundation of Education),Area B (Pedagogical Knowledge), Area C (Pedagogical Content Knowledge), Area D(School Based Experiences) and Area E (Add on Courses),he/she shall not be allowed to appear in the examination of that particular part. He/she can appear in the remaining part/s in the examination but his/her result of annual examination will not be declared. He/she shall have to rejoin the college in the succeeding session for a minimum period of one month in order to qualify for the sessional work of that particular part/s. The Principal shall be empowered to extend this period but the extension must expire one week before the commencement of the next annual examination. If he/she passes in the sessional work, his/her result of annual examination will be declared and if he/she fails to qualify in the sessional work then his/her candidature for the previous examination will stand cancelled and result will be filed. The marks awarded to a candidate in the sessional work will be carried forward at his/her option when he/she is permitted to re-appear in a part/s in subsequent examination. The marks obtained by a candidate in sessional work shall be valid even if he/she remains absent in the terminal examination.
(ii) Sessional work in each paper will be based on two house tests and the prescribed sessional practical work.
(iii) The Principal will be the overall incharge of sessional work and will have the authority to modify if and where necessary.
(iv) Students of B.Ed. Class falling short of required lectures/lessons in teaching practice/practicals may be allowed to take the following supplementary examination of April Examination after making the deficiency by rejoining their respective colleges.
(b)(i)The College should intimate the names of such students to the University as are failing in the sessional work of area A or Area B or Area C or Area D or Area E at least fifteen days before the commencement of the theory examination and a week before in the case of school based experiences.
(ii) The sessional work in Area A, Area B, Area C, Area D and Area E should be sent to the University before commencement of Annual Theory Examination. Award of sessional work in Area C should reach University immediately after the completion of school based experiences. 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 and a week before in the case of school based experiences in each subject of methodology.
(iii) 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.
(iv) 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. Practical Examination in Area D will be held after the Theory Paper Examinations.
9. If a candidate fails to pass the B.Ed. Examination or remains absent or is placed under re-appear in Area A, Area B, Area C, Area D and Area E he/she shall be given the next four consecutive chances to pass the examination failing which he/she will have to rejoin the college afresh. Such a candidate shall pay a fee as fixed by university on each occasion.
a) 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 in the next session by joining the college for a period depending upon the discretion of the Principal. If a candidate does not join the college or fails to qualify the sessional work in the next session his/her pending result of the annual examination will be cancelled.
b) If he/she fails in one or two papers Area A, Area B, Area C, Area D and Area E he/she may be permitted to appear in such paper/s in the next three subsequent examinations, Such candidate shall pay a fee fixed by the University from time to time on each occasion. If he/she passes in all such paper/s in any of these examinations, he/she shall be deemed to have passed the examination.
10. School Based Experiences
The school based experiences of 6 weeks duration will be split up in two spells for regular students. First, two weeks teaching practice in the month of October/November and second, four weeks in the month of April/May. All lessons are to be supervised by the concerned Method Masters. Comments will be entered in the note books & feedback will be given to the students.
A candidate who does not complete 2+2=4 composite discussion lessons and sixty lessons, (25+5) i.e.; 25 Composite and 5 Micro in each subject and 40 observations, (15+5) i.e.; 15 composite and 5 Micro in each subject, he/she will have to complete these in the next session in order to undergo the teaching practice of the remaining period. The Principal will intimate the names and roll numbers of such candidate/s to the University immediately after the completion of teaching practice so that the result of the Annual Examination of these candidate/s may be withheld. If any candidate fails lo complete the six weeks teaching practice in the next session, his/her candidature will be cancelled and result be filed.
11. A candidate passes a part or component or sub component of a part but fails in other component or sub component of a part, he/she is not required to re-appear in a part or component or sub-component which he/she has passed.
12. The marks awarded to a candidate in the sessional work shall he carried forward when he/she is permitted under ordinances to reappear in a part or parts at a subsequent examination. The marks obtained by a candidate in sessional work shall be valid even if he/she remains absent in the terminal examination.
13. Pass Marks, Division/Merit
(a) The minimum marks required to pass the examination shall be 40%. The candidate shall have to secure at least 40% marks in terminal and sessional work separately in all the Papers/Components of Area A, Area B, Area C, Area D and Area E.
(b) Overall division and merit will be determined on the aggregate of terminal and sessional work in Area A, Area B, Area C, Area D and Area E (i.e. Out of 1000 marks).
First division with distinction : 70% or above
First division : 60% or above
Second division : Above 50% but below 60%
Third division : Above 40% and below 50%
14. Improvement of Division/Performance
a. That if a candidate who has passed B.Ed. Examination from this University and has secured less than 60% marks may be allowed to reappear in theory papers only for the purpose of improving his/her division/performance. He/she may be given two chances for this purpose. He/she may appear in any one or more papers or all the theory papers, provided that he/she completes the examination within a period of two years from the date of passing the examination in the first instance or before attaining higher degree in Education. The candidate will have to appear as per the syllabus prevalent at the time of examination.
b. That marks of sessional work will remain unchanged.
c. That if he/she fails to improve his/her score, he/she may be given the benefit of his/her favourable score in the original examination and new score in that case may be treated as cancelled. His/her previous result will stand in such cases.
d. That candidate appearing under ordinance relating to improvement of division/performance, will be entitled to grace marks up to one per cent of the aggregate marks of the paper(s) in which he/she appeals provided he/she improves his/her division to score to 50%, 55% or 60% with the grace mark(s).
e. That such a candidate shall not be eligible for inclusion in the merit list/prize or medal.
15. B.ED. Additional Teaching Subject/Component
a. A person who has already passed the examination for the degree of Bachelor of Education or equivalent degree from any University of Punjab i.e. Panjab University, Chandigarh, Punjabi University, Patiala or Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar only may offer an additional subject or component other than the one which he/she has already passed. Such a candidate may be admitted to the examination on submission of application on the prescribed form and payment of fee fixed by the university from time to time as admission fee. He/she shall join an affiliated college for teaching/training in the subject at least for one month. The college shall supply sessional work awards to thy University in accordance with the prescribed rules.
b. A student who wants to appear for B.Ed. additional teaching subject/s will be required to join at least for one month, in any college of his/her choice where the facilities for such teaching subject/s exist and will deliver 20 composite lessons and 5 micro lessons under the guidance of concerned method master. He/she will also complete 20 observations. He/she will have to complete 6 weeks teaching practice along with regular students. He/she will be allowed to appear in Annual Examination only along with regular students. He/she may be provisionally permitted to appear in theory paper/s. However, his/her school based experience examination will be conducted only on the production of teaching practice completion certificate issued by the concerned college. All other conditions which are applicable to regular students shall also be mandatory for additional teaching subject/component students.
1) For appearing in additional subject, only those students will be eligible to appear in the University examination who have already passed the B.Ed. examination.
2) Subject to the approval of the Syndicate/ Regulation Committee.
Four weeks after the completion of Examination or as is 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 terminal and sessional work separately. Merit or division will be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the examination including of all the areas. Each successful candidate shall be awarded a degree stating the division on the basis of marks obtained by him/her out of 1000 marks.
17. Curriculum Transaction:
a. Practical work to be performed by each student
Item Essential (Numbers)
a. Micro practice lessons Ten- five in each subject
b. Micro discussion lessons Two - one in each subject
c. Observation of micro lessons by peer group Ten- five in each subject
d. Lesson planning and teaching in real school Forty - twenty lessons in each teaching
situations including internship subject
e. Lesson planning and teaching in simulated situation Ten -five lessons in each teaching subject
f. Observation of lessons taught by fellow students Thirty- fifteen lessons in each
g. Action Research Project one
i. Stand alone community experience Two days
j. Field specific community experience Five days
b. Supervision of Practice lesson
Out of prescribed practice teaching lessons at least 50% lessons would be supervised by the teacher educators and feedback would be given to the students verbally as well as in writing. Record of lesson planning, teaching and supervision would be maintained.View Details Duration: 2 Year Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Bachelors Degree
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