Malhotra Iron Works, Alwar

Programme Details

Part- I Main Theory Papers (I-VI)
Part-II Teaching Practice and practical work
Part-III Specialization (Additional Optional paper VII)
Part-IV Qualifying Compulsory paper- VIII

PART-I

Main Theory papers

There will be six theory papers of three hours duration carrying 100 marks each for final examination.  Paper- IEducation in Emerging Indian SocietyPaper-IIDevelopment of learner and learning processPaper –IIIEducational System in India and School OrganizationPaper-IVEssentials of Educational Technology and Classroom ManagementPaper-V & VIMethodology of Teaching School Subjects Paper V and VI out of the following Subjects :-  

1. Teaching of Hindi 8. Teaching of Biology
2. Teaching of English 9. Teaching of Geography
3. Teaching of Sanskrit 10. Teaching of Economics
4. Teaching of Mathematics 11. Teaching of Civics
5. Teaching of General Science 12. Teaching of History
6. Teaching of physics 13. Teaching of Social Science
7. Teaching of Chemistry  

Paper-VII

A Candidate may or may not opt any one of the follwing papers

1. Educational & Vocational Guidance
2. School Library organization
3. Moral Education
4. Yoga Education

it is not necessary to opt this paper for passing B. Ed., but if a candidate opts this paper. A mention of this fact is made in his/ Her Degree. Qualifying compulsory paper
Paper – VIII Computer Literacy & Educational Application

Evaluation of papers I to VI
Each theory paper will carry 100 marks out of which 85 marks will be externally assessed at the final examination and 15 marks to be internally assessed. Out of the 15 marks 10 marks shall be for assessing the sessional work and 5 marks for the mid-term test.
 

PART-II

Teaching practice and Practical work

Teaching practice:
The Teaching practice will carry 300 marks comprising :
1. Internal assessment - 200 marks
2. External Examination – 100 marks
3. External Examination will be held in both subjects each of 50 marks.
The distribution of 200 marks shall be as follows :internal Assessment Scheme

S.No. Activities Marks Distribution
1. Micro Teaching (5 Skills) (Each skill of 4 marks) 20
2. Regular practice Teaching including Unit Test (Each subject of 30 marks) 60
3. Critisim Lesson (Each Subject of 10 marks) 20
4. Observation  
i. Criticism lesson  
ii. Demonstration  
iii. Ordinary lesson 5
5. Teaching aids. (for Arts Students-four in each method subject)
For Science students-two teaching aids and two practicals in each method subject)
5
6. Psychological experiment (three) including case study 5
7. Physical Education (participation in the entire session) 5
8. Review of a test book (To be evaluated by method subject teacher) 5
9. Practical in the use of Audio- Visual equipments-two
(to be evaluated by Audio- visual In charge)
5
10. Open Air session /SUPW camp and community service  
i. Beautification, and shramdan  
ii. Community Participation  
iii. Studies (work experience related with some theory course)  
iv. Cultural and literary activities 11
11. Social participation, community life at college level  
i. Shramdan and beautification  
ii. Punctuality and discipline  
iii. Social Participation and achievements  
iv. Celebration of important days  
v. Wall magazine preparation  
vi. Other co-curricular activities group and individual activities
according to local genius and activities
 
vii Culture and literary activities  
12. Internship (Block practice Teaching)  
i. Teaching of Method subjects (15x2=30)  
ii. Social participation in group (5)  
iii. Participation on all activities of school (10)  
iv. Report of nay feature of school/ case study / Action Research (5) 50
  Grand Total 200

 

S.No. Activities Marks Distribution
1. Micro Teaching (5 Skills) (Each skill of 4 marks) 20
2. Regular practice Teaching including Unit Test (Each subject of 25 marks) 50
3. Criticism Lesson (Each Subject of 15 marks) 30
4. Observation 10
5. Open Air session , Social participation, community life at college level 25
6. Internship (Block practice Teaching) 15
     
  Grand Total 150

 

Internship:

Apart from teaching parching experience in school, the trainee- teacher should function as a regular teacher in a school (I, e, taking attendance, organizing and participating in all the school activities, like assembly, games, Bal Sabah’s, cultural and literacy programmers, preparing notice, examination papers, maintenance of school record etc.)

The trainee-teacher should prepare a report about the school experience with specific reference to their chosen areas of specialization.

Internship may also be utilized for completing the application based assignment of the theory papers.

Practical works:

Trainee-teachers are expected to develop the following records:-

  • Micro – Teaching lessons
  • Regular practice teaching lessons
  • Observation of lessons
  • Records of teaching aids
  • Report of Psychotically experiments
  • Audio- Visual practical life
  • Report of school activity / case study / action research


Working out the result for awarding division.
i. A candidate in order to be declared successful at the B. Ed. Examination shall be required to pass separately in part-1 (theory) and part- 2 (practice of Teaching)
ii. For a pass in part-1 (Theory) a candidate shall be required to obtain at least-(a) 30% marks in each theory paper the (b) 36% marks in the aggregate of all the theory papers.
iii. For a pass in part-2 (Practice of Teaching) a candidate shall be required to pass separately in the Internal & External Examinations and obtain at least 40 marks in each.
The successful candidates will be classified in three divisions and shall be assigned separately in theory and practice of Teaching as follows:

 

Division Theory Practice of Teaching
i 60% 60%
ii 48% 48%
iii. 36% 36%