M.Ed Syllabus and Subjects:

Master of Education(M.Ed) Subjects is based on one's choice of the stream in B.Ed. Depending on that one can specialise in that particular subject. Most of the universities have hardcore(compulsory) papers, which is compulsory for all students. Softcore papers are selected depending upon one's interest and specialisation. 

M.Ed Syllabus:

Syllabus according to semester wise, are listed below. Electives may vary according to the universities which ones have chosen.

M.Ed Sem. I  M.Ed Sem. II 
Sl. No. Subjects of Study Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Philosophical Foundations of Education-I 1 Philosophical Foundations of Education-II
2 Psychological Foundations of Education-I 2 Psychological Foundations of Education-II
3 Sociological Foundations of Education-I 3 Sociological Foundations of Education-II
4 The methodology of Educational Research & Educational Statistics-I 4 Methodology of Educational Research & Educational Statistics –II
5 Information and Communication Technology in Education-(Course V is Practical base) 5 Educational Data Analysis through Statistical packages (Course X is Practical base)
6 Research Communication & Expository writing skills 6 Proposal preparation and presentation (Dissertation based practicum)

 

M.Ed Sem. III M.Ed Sem. IV 
Sl. No. Subjects of Study Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Comparative Education-I 1 Comparative Education-II
2 Curriculum Studies-I 2 Curriculum Studies-II
3 Special Papers 3 Special Papers
4 Dissertation/Special Paper 4 Dissertation/Special Paper
5 Specialization based Internship 5 Internship (in Teacher Education Institution)

M.Ed Subjects:

List of subjects one will cover for M.Ed course is given below. Which may vary depending upon the universities.

  • Educational Technology
  • Historical and Political bases of Education
  • Educational Management
  • Language Education
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Special Education
  • Women Studies
  • Environment Education
  • Yoga Education
  • Educational Psychology
  • Theory of Advanced Human Development
  • Teacher Education
  • Educational Research & Educational Statistics
  • Information and Communication Technology in Education 
  • Curriculum Studies
  • Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education
  • Teachers Education with respect to Global Perspectives.

M.Ed Specialisations:

M. Ed course specialisation may slightly vary according to the universities. Some of the common specialisations are:

  • Educational Technology
  • Educational Management
  • Women Studies
  • Language Education
  • Teacher Education
  • Guidance and counselling
  • Special Education
  • Environment Education
  • Yoga Education
  • Rural Education 

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