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Regulation.

Regulation.

The regulation for conducting B.Ed Programme as prescribed by Gauhati University has been summarised as follows-

 

1.
The regulation for conducting B.Ed Programme as prescribed by Gauhati University has been summarised as follows-
     
 

TOTAL MARKS : 900 (COMPULSORY) AND 100 (OPTIONAL)

 
 
The distribution of marks is as follows:
 
i.
400 marks for 4 compulsory Core subjects on Education  
ii.
200 marks for 2 Method subjects  
iii.
100 marks for Practice teaching  
iv.
200 marks for internal Assessment  
v.
100 marks for optional subject (A student may opt for 1(one) optional paper(theory) for 100 marks)  
     
2.
Every candidate shall be examined in the following subject:
 

PART-A (Theory): COMPULSORY SUBJECTS

 
Paper No
Core Subjects
Total marks
i.
Philosophical and Sociological Foundation of Education
100
ii.
Psychological Foundation of Education
100
iii.
Issues and Problems of Secondary Education
100
iv.
General Methods, Schools organisation and School Hygiene
100
v & vi

Any two Subjects compulsory from among the following school subjects (Method Subject)

200
  a. Modern Indian Language(Assamese, Bengali, Hindi)  
  b. Mathematics  
  c. Social Studies  
  d. General Science  
  e. History  
  f. Geography  
  g. English  
     
3.
OPTIONAL SUBJECTS: Paper-VII  
 
Out of following subjects any one subject may be chosen by a candidate as optional paper which will carry 100 marks. However, the trainee may or may not opt such subject.
 
  a. Education & Mental Measurement  
  b. School organisation & Management  
  c. Mental Hygiene & Child Guidance  
     
  PART B (PRACTICAL)  
 

i. One lesson to be assessed by an external examiner.

100 marks
 
ii. Practice Teaching, preparation of teaching Aids, Laboratory practical, Work Experience and all other Sessional works to be assessed internally
200 marks
4.
There shall be written examination in each of the subjects of Part-A: There shall also be practical examination for testing candidate’s skill in teaching.
5.

Each written paper shall be of three hours duration and shall carry 100 marks. 300 marks shall be allotted for the practical examination as follows.

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

Internal Assessment on Sessional work - 200 marks

External Assessment on Teaching (Final) - 100 marks

Internal Assessment in Grades (A.b.C.D.E.). The minimum grade to be secured by the candidates in the grade and corresponding grade points will be as follows:

Grade
Grade Point
A
6
B
5
C
4
D
3
6.
The Colleges affiliated shall make systematic provision for enabling the students to see lesson being given by teachers of special competence and experience, criticism lesson shall be conducted with small group of students. Each student shall do practice teaching in the subjects taken up by him under 2 (V and VI) above in the selected school under supervision. The number of lessons shall in no case be less then 30.
 
7.
A candidate may present himself for the theoretical and practical portion of the examination separately, provided the interval between two does not exceeds two years. If the interval exceeds two years both the theoretical and practical portion of the examination shall be taken together.
 
8.
In order to pass, a candidate must obtain at least 40 percent aggregate in all the papers both theoretical and practical portion of the examination separately.
A.
Candidates who fail only in one subject will be allowed to appear in that subject as back paper and they will have to appear in the immediately succeeding B Ed. Examination. If he /she can not clear the subject in the he/she shall have to appear in all the subjects as usual as non collegiate students as per provision of Rule 12(B)
B.
Candidates attending the course under rule 12 (C) will (P.5 of B Ed. Syllabus 1987) not be allowed any change in repeat examination.
C.
Candidate obtaining at least 420 marks shall be declared to have obtaining a first class and those obtaining at least 280 marks shall be declared to have obtained a Second class.
9.
Candidates who pass the theoretical and practical portions of the examination separately shall be declared to have passed the examination when they have passed in both of the examination. The name of such candidates shall not be included in the class that arranged in order of merit.
 
10.
The Internal Assessment of 200 marks of Sessional Work shall be divided as follows.  
i.
Practice teaching at least 30 lessons divided into middle and secondary classes with a 30 marks minimum of 10 lessons in each subject.
30 marks
ii.
Preparation of improvised teaching aids
15 marks
iii.
Internal examination and group discussion
25 marks
iv.

Essay and Assignment

20 marks
v.
Preparation of test on methods subjects ( at least 100 items)
10 marks
vi.
One unit plan of method subjects
10 marks
Vii.
Preparation of annual scheme of work in one subject for a particular class.
10 marks
viii.
Analysis of a improvement upon school examination question paper.(at least four)
10 marks
ix.
Critical study of the syllabus and text books of one subject for a particular class
10 marks
x.

Collection and analysis of common errors of the pupils of a particular class in a school’s during practice.

OR

VIII to X Laboratory practical in Geography/General Science Art and Craft/Home Science /Audio-Visual Education/ health and physical edication including laboratory note book in lieu of VIII, IX and above. In case of general science these practical work should be on branches not offered by the candidate in his first degree examination.

10 marks
xi.
Work experience and co-curricular activities
50 marks
11.
The External Assessment of 100 marks under 5b for assessing a candidate’s skill in teaching in the final examination in a school and a class decided by the college authorities shall divided as follows:
 
(i) One lesson
70 marks
(ii ) Final lesson plan
10 marks
(iii) Viva-Voce and Sessional works

20 marks