B.Ed Syllabus & Subjects:

The uniform curriculum for the B.Ed course framed by the National Council of Education Research and Training [NCERT] for the better development of students lays down ground-rules and syllabus framework for students all across the nation:
B.Ed Syllabus - Semester 1
Sl. No. Childhood and Growing Up Contemporary India and Education Language across the Curriculum Understanding ICT And its Application
1 Learner as a Developing Individual Contemporary India Language Background of Students Introduction to ICT
2 Development and Learning Constitutional Provisions and Education Nature of Classroom Discourse ICT and Pedagogy
3 Understanding Childhood in a Socio-cultural perspective Policy Framework for Development of Education in India Informational Reading and Writing ICT for Assessment and Management
4 Adolescence: Issues and Concerns Initiatives of Government of India - -
5 Stages of Child Development: Implications for Teachers Contemporary Indian Education: Concerns and Issues - -

 

 

B.Ed Syllabus - Semester 2
Sl. No. Learning and Teaching Knowledge and Curriculum Assessment for Learning
1 Understanding the Learner Knowledge and Knowing Assessment and Evaluation: An Overview
2 Understanding Learning Forms of Knowledge and its organization in Schools Context of Assessment
3 Learning in ‘Constructivist’ Perspective Curriculum Determinants and Considerations Assessment Procedure
4 Understanding Teaching Curriculum Development Data Analysis, Feedback, and Reporting
5 Teaching as a Profession Curriculum Implementation and Renewal -

 

B.Ed Syllabus - Semester 3
Sl. No. Engagement with the Field: Tasks Creating an Inclusive School Health, Yoga and Physical education
1 Tasks and Assignments in different Courses Understanding Inclusion in Education Health Education
2 School Internship Understanding physical, psychological and social-cultural diversity Physical Education
3 Courses on Enhancing Professional Capacities Addressing Learners’ Diversity Yoga

 

 

B.Ed Syllabus - Semester 4
Sl. No. Gender, School and Society Reading and Reflecting on Texts Arts in Education Understanding the Self
1 Gender Issues: Key Concepts Read the prescribed stories Visual Art and Craft Understanding of Self
2 Socialization Processes in India: Family, School, and Society Essays/ Excerpts from Literary Texts Performing Arts: Dance, Music, Theatre, and Puppetry Development of Professional Self and Ethics
3 Creating Gender Inclusive Classroom Essays /Excerpts from Educational and Scientific Texts Theory: Appreciation of Art Role of Teacher in Developing Understanding of Self among Learners

The subjects pursued in the curriculum of B.Ed course as prescribed by various universities and colleges are:

 

B.Ed Course Subjects
SI No Semester I Subjects
1 Childhood & Growing up
2 Education in Contemporary India
3 Development and Management in School Education
4 Gender, School & Society
5 ICT in Education
6 Language Across the Curriculum
7 Communication Skills and Expository Writing
8 Understanding Self, Personality & Yoga

 

B.Ed Course Subjects
SI No Semester II Subjects
1 Learning & Teaching
2 Assessment for Learning
3 Content & Pedagogy 1 Part I
4 Content & Pedagogy 2 Part I
5 ICT Applications
6 Fine Arts and Theatre
7 Pre Internship

 

 

B.Ed Course Subjects
SI No Semester III Subjects
1 Content & Pedagogy 1 Part II
2 Content & Pedagogy 2 Part II
3 Observation of demonstration lesson / video lesson
4 Simulated lessons with integration of skills including instructional materials
5 simulated lesson with ICT mediation
6 School Internship

 

B.Ed Course Subjects
SI No Semester IV Subjects
1 National Concern & Education
2 Creating an Inclusive School
3 Knowledge & Curriculum
4 Guidance and Counselling
5 Practical Examination

 

B.Ed Specializations:

The specialization options are available to students in the Bachelor of Education [B.Ed] curriculum is listed below:

Sl. No. Specializations
1 B.Ed (Accounts)
2 B.Ed (Arabic)
3 B.Ed (Biological Sciences)
4 B.Ed (Business Studies)
5 B.Ed (Child Development)
6 B.Ed (Commerce)
7 B.Ed (Computer Science)
8 B.Ed (Economics)
9 B.Ed (Education of Handicapped)
10 B.Ed (English)
11 B.Ed (Geography)
12 B.Ed (Home Science)
13 B.Ed (Information Technology)
14 B.Ed (Malayalam)
15 B.Ed (Maths)
16 B.Ed (Natural Science)
17 B.Ed (Physical Science)
18 B.Ed (Sanskrit)
19 B.Ed (Social Science)
20 B.Ed (Special Education – Locomotor and Neurological Disorder)
21 B.Ed (Special Education)
22 B.Ed (Special Education) (Learning Disability)
23 B.Ed (Special Education) (Mental Retardation)
24 B.Ed (Special Education) (Visually Impaired)
25 B.Ed (Tamil)
26 B.Ed (Vocational)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, A degree final year student can apply for B.Ed entrance exam.

No, it's not necessary to pursue B.Ed course.

Yes, BE or B.Tech can also pursue the B.Ed course.

Yes, Teaching practice is one of the most important part of B.Ed course. The duration of the practice is 4 months.

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