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M.PHIL (Education), N.T.ED., Application forms will be issued from 05.05.2017                         St.Christopher's Academy (CBSE) Admission Open for the Year 2017-18.                                                                                       

Examination

B.Ed. Programme

COURSES OF STUDY AND SCHEME OF EVALUATION (B.Ed. Programme)

Semester – I
Semester – II
A. Core Courses

  1. Educational Challenges in the Emerging Indian Society
  2. Educational Psychology
  3. Evaluation, Elements of Research and Statistics
  4. Methods of Teaching and Learning
    1. Educational Challenges in the Emerging Indian Society
    2. Educational Psychology
      Any One Elective :

    1. Pre primary Education
    2. Education of Exceptional Children
    3. Value Oriented Education
    4. Women’s Studies
    5. Physical Education
    6. Library Education

 

B. Content-cum-Methodology

  • Semester I & II

English and Tamil Literature and other Post Graduates shall opt for Course-I and II in their respective specialization while the other graduates shall opt for Course-I in their respective Major subject and second special Course will be allotted depending on the ancillary subjects.

B.Ed. Scheme of Examination

A. Academic Courses
i) Written Examination

Sl.No. Courses Semester Duration            Marks
Internal External
1 Educational Challenges in the Emerging Indian Society I & II 3 Hrs 40 60
2 Educational Psychology I & II 3 Hrs 40 60
3 Evaluation, Elements of Research and Statistics I 3 Hrs 40 60
4 Methods of Teaching and Learning I 3 Hrs 40 60
5 Special Courses – I I & II 3 Hrs 40 60
6 Special Courses – II I & II 3 Hrs 40 60
7 Elective II 3 Hrs 40 60
Total Marks for each Semester Semester I – 600
Semester II- 500

ii) Practical Examination
Internal Assessment is subject to the review by the Board of Supervising Examiners
B.Teaching Competence             Marks
Two Special Courses (150 + 150)        300
C. Educational Practicals

1. Related to core courses Marks
a)Educational Challenges in the Emerging Indian Society 25
b)Educational Psychology 25
2. Related to Special Courses
a)Preparation of Instructional Aids/Materials (15+15) 30
b) Construction of tests and interpretation of scores 30
c)Handling  of Audio-Visual equipment in the class 20
3. Related to Community
a)Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) 20
b)Community Service Camp 20
4. Related to projects and Experiments
a)Action Research Project 20
b)Case Study 10
c)Educational Psychology Experiments 20
5. Related to Health
a) Physical Education 20
b)Health Education 10
6. Methods of Teaching and Learning 50
Total (C) 300 Marks
Grand Total (B+C) 600 Marks

D. Practical Examination by the Board of Supervising Examiners

The Board will examine the teaching competence of the candidates and their practical work. The Board shall ratify the marks awarded to each student in the two divisions of practical examination-teaching competence and practical aspects.
E. The Pattern of Question paper shall be as follows:
Objective type Part I (20 minutes)
Multiple choice questions 20 X 1=(20 marks)
Descriptive Type Part II (2 1/2 hours)
Two essay questions with internal Choice 2 X 15=(30 marks)
Five Short Answer questions out of seven 5 X 7=(35 marks)
Five Very Short Answer questions with no choice 5 X 3=(15 marks)
Total:100 marks

M.Ed. Programme

COURSES OF STUDY AND SCHEME OF EVALUATION (M.Ed. Programme)
A.Academic Courses

Semester – I Semester – II
1.Education in the International Context 1.Advanced Educational Psychology
2.Research Methodology and Statistics in Education 2.Any One Elective :

  • Guidance & Counselling
  • Educational Technology
  • Distance Education
3.Educational Management Techniques 3.Supportive Course- II
4.Supportive Course – I 4.Thesis Work
5.Thesis Work
M.Ed. Scheme of Examination

B. Scheme of Examination (M.Ed)

Sl.No. Subject Semester Duration Marks
Internal External
1 Education in the Inernational Context I 3 Hrs 40 60
2 Research Methodology & Statistics in Education I 3 Hrs 40 60
3 Educational Management Techniques I 3 Hrs 40 60
4 Advanced Educational Psycology II 3 Hrs 40 60
5 Elective II 3 Hrs 40 60
6 Supportive Courses – II I & II 3 Hrs 40 60
7 Thesis II - 80 120
Total Marks for each Semester Semester I – 400
Semester II- 500

C. The pattern of question paper is same as B.Ed. Degree.

M.Phil Programme


COURSES OF STUDY AND SCHEME OF EVALUATION

M.Phil. Programme (Non-Semester)
From the academic year 2010-11, the M.Phil. programme has been brought under autonomy.

A. Academic Courses
Part I
Paper 1 – Advanced Research Methodology & Statistics in Education.
Paper 2 – Elective
Paper 3 – Internal – Thesis related paper.

Part II
Dissertation

M.Phill Scheme of Examination

B. Scheme of Examination (M.Phil)

S.No. Courses Duration Internal
Marks
External
Marks
Total
Marks
1. Advanced Research Methodology and Statistics in Education 3 Hours 20 80 100
2. Management of Education 3 Hours 20 80 100
3. Internal Paper Thesis related Paper 3 Hours 100 - 100
Total 300
S.No. Courses Internal
Marks
External
Marks
Total
Marks
1. Dissertation 30 70 100
2. Viva-Voce Examination - 50 50
3. Research Colloquium (Mock Viva-Voce, Presenting Research Paper ) 50 - 50
Total 200

C. The pattern of Question paper shall be as follows:

Descriptive type : (3 Hours)
Five essay questions out of seven : 5 X 20 = 100 Marks
(Question No. 7 is compulsory)

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