Education Department

About the Department

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is a two year regular training course approved by NCTE affiliated to Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. The curriculum of the course intends to professionally equip future teachers with necessary theoretical knowledge, practical skills and attitude to handle the challenges of the classroom in present scenario. Our college is a pioneer to start this course in the year 1998 in Himachal Pradesh under self-financing scheme. The course was started to meet the growing demands of the prospective teachers in Himachal Pradesh and adjoining states as well. It is one of the most prominent and wanted teacher education institution by the students seeking admission in B.Ed. it has always strived to maintain excellent standards in the field of teacher education.

The department has highly qualified staff, spacious classrooms, well equipped labs (Language lab, Social-Science lab, Science lab, Computer lab, E.T. lab, Psychology lab) work experience room and a Seminar hall managed by experienced personnel in their respective areas. The college has well managed and well equipped library with latest books, magazines and journals. We have most of other services like hostel facilities for girls, canteen, dispensary etc. The college has facility for indoor and outdoor games. To conduct different curricular and co-curricular activities, the department has constituted houses with staff members as mentors being assisted by two or three students of each house.

The Department has a broad vision and mission to enhance knowledge, skills, capacities among student-teachers and community members and toproduce quality teachers and also to sensitise student-teachers regarding various social issues so that they can understand their roles and responsibilities for the society. Our dream is to make the department an ideal model in the field of Teacher Education.

Program Outcome (PO’s):-

  • After completing the program outcomes are prospective Teachers.
  • Have developed ample teaching skills and competence like communication, use of modern methodologies, use of learning resources , content transaction etc.
  • Have developed eligibility to be a good future teacher at secondary school level and to be able to fight state level as well as national level school teachers recruitment competitions. Along with this they are able to pursue M.Ed , MA in Education and MA in Psychology.
  • Are able to cater diverse needs of the learner at secondary stage of teaching as they have developed good understanding of the learner.
  • Have developed employability skills and contribution to the society and nation by producing qualities students to spread the quality of education.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s):-

  • The pupil teacher understands the process of learning and development among students different approach to learning and creates learning opportunities that are adopted to diverse learners and learning contexts.
  • The pupil teacher plans learning experiences that are based on learner’s existing proficiency, interest, experiences including misconceptions errors and understanding of the process of viewing , developing and making sense of subject matter contained in the learning experiences.
  • The pupil teacher uses knowledge of effective verbal, non verbal and media communication techniques to foster active injury collaboration and supportive interaction in the classroom.
  • The pupil teacher understand the central concepts tools of inquiry and structure of the disciplines and can create learning experiences that make there aspects of subject matter meaningful.
  • The pupil teacher acts as an agent of modularisation and social change.
  • The pupil teacher understands and uses formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual, social and physical development of the learner.
  • The pupil teacher develops self identity as a teacher through micro teacher simulation teaching school based teaching experience and reflective practices that continually evaluate the effects of his/her choices and action.
  • The pupil teacher promotes capabilities for inculcating national values and goals as mentioned in the constitution of India.
  • The pupil teacher promotes social cohesion, international understanding and protection of Human Rights and rights of the child.
  • The pupil teacher becomes to use ICT in the teaching learning process.
  • The pupil teacher learns to organise different curriculum and co-curricular activities for all round development of the personality.

Course For B.Ed

Sr. No. Course Code Name of Course Theory Marks Internal Assesment Total Marks
B.Ed First Semester
1 Paper I Childhood  and  Development
Years
80 20 100
2 Paper II  Contemporary  India  and Education 80 20 100
3 Paper III  Language  Across  the Curriculum 40 10 50
4 Paper IV  Understanding Disciplines and Subjects 40 10 50
5 Paper V  Text Reading and Reflections  40 10 50
Total Marks in First Semester 280 70 350
B.Ed Second Semester
1 Paper VI Learning and Teaching 80 20 100
2 Paper VII Assessment for Learning 80 20 100
3 Paper VIII Drama and Art in Education 40 10 50
Candidates are required to choose any two of the following subjects in Second Semester in accordance with the subjects studied at graduation level.
4 Paper IX-A Pedagogy of School Subjects (Part-1)
(i) Teaching of Physical Sciences 40 10 50
(ii) Teaching of Life Sciences 40 10 50
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics 40 10 50
(iv) Teaching of Social Sciences 40 10 50
(v) Teaching of Commerce 40 10 50
(vi) Teaching of English 40 10 50
(vii) Teaching of Hindi 40 10 50
(viii) Teaching of Sanskrit 40 10 50
5 Paper X Practice  Teaching  (4  Weeks Duration) Grading (on Four Points Letter Grades) will be done on the basis of reports submitted by the students.                                                  
Total Marks in Second Semester 280 70 350
B.Ed Third Semester
Candidates will continue with same two Teaching subjects in Third Semester which they have opted in the Second Semester
1 Paper IX - B Pedagogy of School Subjects (Part – 2)
(i) Teaching of Physical Sciences 40 10 50
(ii) Teaching of Life Sciences 40 10 50
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics 40 10 50
(iv) Teaching of Social Sciences 40 10 50
(v) Teaching of Commerce 40 10 50
(vi) Teaching of English 40 10 50
(vii) Teaching of Hindi 40 10 50
(viii) Teaching of Sanskrit 40 10 50
School Internship / Practice Teaching
2 Paper XI - A  Skill  in  Teaching  (School Subject – 1) 125
3 Paper XI –B  Skill  in  Teaching  (School Subject – 2) 125
Total Marks in B.Ed Third Semeter 80+25 20 350
B.Ed  Fourth Semester
1 Paper XII Knowledge and Curriculum 80 20 100
2 Paper XIII Gender, School and Society 40 10 50
3 Paper XIV Inclusive School 40 10 50
4 Paper XV ICT  in  Teaching-Learning Process 40 10 50
5 Paper XVI Understanding the Self 40 10 50
Candidates are required to choose any one of the following optional subjects in Fourth Semester
6 Paper XVII Health and Physical Education 40 10 50
7 Paper XVIII Vocational and Work Education 40 10 50
8 Paper XIX Education for Peace 40 10 50
9 Paper XX Guidance and Counseling 40 10 50
Total Marks in B. Ed. Fourth Semester 280 70 350
Grand Total Marks for B.Ed Course 1170 230 1400

Course Outcomes (CO's)

At the end of the course prospective Teachers

Sr. No. Course Code Name of Course Outcomes
B.Ed First Semester
1 Paper I  Childhood  and  Development Years Understand the concept of Educational psychology .They acquire different knowledge about growth and development, creativity, personality, mental hygiene intelligence individual difference and diverse learners and their characteristics with remedial measures.
2 Paper II  Contemporary  India  and Education Apply the knowledge of different provisions exists in Indian constitution and contribute for eradication of social discrimination. Reflect the issues related to Educational development environmental pollution and regeneration  of environment.
3 Paper III  Language  Across  the Curriculum Describe latest methods and approaches for planning of successful language teaching , practice learner, child centred method, techniques in classroom and use of technology to enrich language teaching.
4 Paper IV  Understanding Disciplines and Subjects Differentiate between school subjects and curriculum and integrate and apply the concept in real classroom situation.
5 Paper V  Text Reading and Reflections  Develop professionally and support their aspirations as a teacher, learn to read newspaper follow radio, TV , Internet media etc critically with understanding.
Total Marks in First Semester
B.Ed Second Semester
1 Paper VI Learning and Teaching Apply the knowledge and understanding learning process, principal, and theory of learning with educational applications and identify different learning style of learners and types of models of teaching and apply all in real classroom situation
2 Paper VII Assessment for Learning Apply the knowledge of assessment procedure and techniques in the improvement of teaching learning process. Validate the indicators to assess learner’s performance, issues in the evaluation and use technology based assessment in schools.
3 Paper VIII Drama and Art in Education understand the concept, importance of various arts, methods and technique of teaching create arts in human life and apply in real classroom situation during skill in teaching.
Candidates are required to choose any two of the following subjects in Second Semester in accordance with the subjects studied at graduation level.
4 Paper IX-A Pedagogy of School Subjects (Part-1)
  (i) Teaching of Physical Sciences To understand and apply various approaches methods and appropriate use of different Audio- Visual Aids in Teaching of Physical Science, teaching of life Science, Teaching of Mathematics, Teaching of Social Science, Teaching of Commerce, Teaching of Hindi, and Teaching of Sanskrit.
(ii) Teaching of Life Sciences
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics
(iv) Teaching of Social Sciences
(v) Teaching of Commerce
(vi) Teaching of English
(vii) Teaching of Hindi
(viii) Teaching of Sanskrit
5 Paper X Practice  Teaching  (4  Weeks Duration) Grading (on Four Points Letter Grades) will be done on the basis of reports submitted by the students.         
Total Marks in Second Semester  
B.Ed Third Semester
Candidates will continue with same two Teaching subjects in Third Semester which they have opted in the Second Semester
1 Paper IX - B Pedagogy of School Subjects (Part – 2)
(i) Teaching of Physical Sciences To understand and apply various approaches methods and appropriate use of different Audio- Visual Aids in Teaching of Physical Science, teaching of life Science, Teaching of Mathematics, Teaching of Social Science, Teaching of Commerce, Teaching of Hindi, and Teaching of Sanskrit.
(ii) Teaching of Life Sciences
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics
(iv) Teaching of Social Sciences
(v) Teaching of Commerce
(vi) Teaching of English
(vii) Teaching of Hindi
(viii) Teaching of Sanskrit
School Internship / Practice Teaching
2 Paper XI - A  Skill  in  Teaching  (School Subject – 1) Acquired with modest skills and methodologies of Teaching in their respective course of Teaching
3 Paper XI –B  Skill  in  Teaching  (School Subject – 2)
Total Marks in B.Ed Third Semeter  
B.Ed  Fourth Semester
1 Paper XII Knowledge and Curriculum Understand the concept, principles of classroom management and different components of Human and material resources of school
2 Paper XIII Gender, School and Society Acquire knowledge about gender issues in school curriculum, textual materials across discipline, pedagogical processes and its interaction with class, cast, religion and different concept like gender bias, gender stereo type, masculinity and feminism etc.
3 Paper XIV Inclusive School Acquire and apply knowledge about inclusive education and pedagogical approaches for CWSN and barriers to learning and participating of CWSN.
4 Paper XV ICT  in  Teaching-Learning Process Acquire the knowledge of different hardware and technologies in modern education practices and role of ICT in teaching learning process and apply the knowledge in real classroom situation.
5 Paper XVI Understanding the Self Replicate the basic human values in the society and reflect on the contribution of different agencies in promotion of human values. Apply psychological and physiological and scientific basis of Yoga for self and community development.
Candidates are required to choose any one of the following optional subjects in Fourth Semester
6 Paper XVII Health and Physical Education Acquire Apply the knowledge of physical education to organise sports events in school.
7 Paper XVIII Vocational and Work Education  
8 Paper XIX Education for Peace  
9 Paper XX Guidance and Counseling  

Mechanism of Communications of outcomes are

  • Class Tests
  • Day to day evaluation
  • Mid Term Examination
  • Annual Report present by Principal
  • Reflect on College Prospectus
  • University website

Faculty

Name : Ms. Deepika Katoch

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Mobile No. : 00

Qualification : M. Sc., M.Ed., UGC-NET
Name : Dr. Savitri Devi

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Mobile No. : 9418095496

Qualification : M. A., M.Ed., Ph.D., SLET, NET
Name : Dr. Manju Garg

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Mobile No. : 9418048876

Qualification : M.A.,M. Ed., M..Phil., Ph.D., PGCTE, PGDTE, NET
Name : Dr. Suman K Katoch

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Qualification : M.A., M. Ed., Ph.D. Diploma in Yoga
Name : Dr. Shashi Kant Sharma

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Qualification : M.Sc., M.Ed., UGC-NET, M. Phil., Ph. D.
Name : Dr. Devender Kumar

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Mobile No. : 00

Qualification : M.Sc., M.Ed., UGC-NET, Ph.D.,PGDHE

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