The B.Ed. programme is recognized by National Council for Teacher Education. B.Ed. or Bachelor of Education course is a two year full time programme of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. It is career originating in nature.
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) is a professional course which develops the teaching skills in the learners and grooms their personalities as efficient teachers. This course lays the foundation of teaching aptitude. Successful completion of this course enables the perspective teachers to join teaching profession in eminent institutes where they are responsible for catering knowledge among students and young learners in a strategic manner. It is teachers who alone can contribute and build a healthy academic system for a nation to grow. The primary aim to take up a B.Ed. course is to learn the art of teaching. Many of us own a wealth of knowledge but to extend or distribute the same to young learners is the challenge. To pass on knowledge from one individual teacher to a class of students is not easy.
The specific objectives of the programme are:-
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ICT Resource Centre
Information plays an important part in the wider learning process. Integration of technology in the field of education helps to support a wide range of learning activities by making information available. Ministry of Human Resource Development (2009) has stated its vision in the National Policy for ICT in School Education as:
“The ICT Policy in School Education aims at preparing youth to participate creatively in the establishment, sustenance and growth of a knowledgeable society leading to all round socio-economic development of the nation and global competitiveness”.
The main focus is to provide latest technological orientation to it’s pupil teachers.
Science Resource Centre
The paradigm shift from gaining knowledge to knowledge construction has laid the importance of Resource Centres. In order to develop the skill of observation, experimentation and inferring among future teachers, they ought to be geared up in such a way that they themselves get trained in these skills and are able to direct their teaching towards development of these skills in their students. For devising effective teaching learning strategies, they need a place where they can find necessary equipment and other teaching aids to be used during teaching practice programme. Science Resource Centre of Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education is well equipped with the apparatus, biological specimens and other resources required to perform the experiments.
Art & Craft Resource Centre
Integrating art and craft in school education is significant as it helps in the development of fine motor skills, enhancing dexterity, improving hand-eye coordination, boosting self confidence, enhancing creativity, developing skill of decision making and enhancing self expression. Realizing the benefits of art and craft in education, the teacher education curriculum is designed to orient prospective teachers and develop their aesthetic skills. To provide learning opportunities in the field of art and craft, Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education has established a fully furnished Art and Craft Resource Centre. The Resource Centre is spacious and well equipped with all the necessary items required for art and craft activities.
Mathematics Resource Centre
Mathematics is an important part of life. Maximum learners create fear of mathematics and so remain deprived of this important faculty for life. This challenge can be overcome if the child is taught to enjoy mathematics by engaging students in innovative practices. The future teachers should be thoroughly drilled regarding these practices. To fulfill these objectives and to train the prospective teachers, Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education has established well resourced ‘Mathematical Resource Centre’. Charts, Models, Geometrical Instruments, Digital Resources etc are made available for their learning and as well as to use these resources during their teaching practice.
Social Science Resource Centre
Instructional aids or learning resources help in making the teaching-learning process effective and help in clarifying, interpreting and appreciating the concepts. In order to have the optimal use of these learning resources there should be well managed resource centre. Understanding the need of Resource Centre for Social Sciences Kasturi Ram College of Higher Education features a well-equipped resource centre with equipments, apparati, models, charts, CDs/DVDs etc to provide a congenial environment for the learners to develop effective teaching skills in them. Organization values the principle of learning by doing.
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Candidates with at least fifty percent marks either in the Bachelors Degree and/or in the Masters degree in Sciences/ Social Sciences/ Humanities, Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the programme. The University shall follow NCTE guidelines/ regulations for the B.Ed. programmes for admissions and implementation.
|SEMESTER 1||SEMESTER 2|
|BED 101||Childhood and Growing up||BED 102||Learning and Teaching|
|BED 103||Philosophical Foundations of Education||BED 104||Historical and Sociological Foundations of Education|
|BED 105||Language Across the Curriculum||BED 106||Assessment of Learning|
|BED 107||Understanding Discipline and Subjects||BED 116-150||Pedagogy of School Subject-(I)|
|BED 109||Critical Understanding of ICT||BED 116-150||Pedagogy of School Subject-(II)|
|BED 111||School Organisation and Management|
|BED 155||Understanding the Self||BED 152||Reading and Reflecting on Texts|
|BED 157||Drama and Art in Education||BED 154||PSE- II|
|BED 159||PSE (Preliminary School Engagement )|
|SEMESTER 3||SEMESTER 4|
|BED251 & BED253||Internship Part-I||Theory|
|BED255 & BED257||Internship Part-II||BED 210||Gender, School and Society|
|BED 212||Knowledge and Curriculum: Perspectives in Education|
|BED 214||Guidance & Counselling|
|BED 216||Environmental Education|
|BED 218||Creating an Inclusive School|
|Optional course(any one)|
|BED 220||Value Education|
|BED 222||Health & Physical Education|
|BED 224||Adult & Population Education|
|BED 226||Peace Education|
|BED 228||Work Education|
|BED 230||Education of the Marginalised Groups|
|BED 232||Life Skills Education|
|BED 234||School Leadership|
|BED 252||Reflection on School Experience|
|S. No.||Name of the Faculty||Academic/Professional Qualification (Graduation onwards)||Designation||Pay Scale|
|1.||Dr. Abhilasha Gautam||B.A.(P), M.A.(English), B.Ed., M.Ed., M.Phil.(Edu.), NET(Edu.), Ph.D.(Edu.)||Principal||37400-67000+AGP 9000 (Basic, 37400)|
|2.||Dr. Seema Sharma||B.Com. M.Com., M.A. (Psychology), MCA, B.Ed., M.Ed., PPDSE (HI), NET(Edu.), Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||15600-39100+AGP 6000 (Basic, 18628)|
|3.||Dr. Suman||B.A.-Eco(H), M.A. –Eco.(H), B.Ed., M.Ed., M.Phil., NET(Edu.), Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||15600-39100+AGP 6000 (Basic, 18628)|
|4.||Ms. Jyoti Kumar||B.Sc., MSc., B.Ed., M.Ed., UGC-NET, M.Phil., Ph.D.(Pursuing)||Assistant Professor||15600-39100+AGP 6000 (Basic, 15600)|
|5.||Ms. Nandini||BFA, M.A.||Assistant Prof. – Fine Arts||25000 Consolidated|
|6.||Mr. Rajiv Chawla||B.A. (Music) (H), M.A.(Music)||Assistant Prof. – Performing Arts||28000 Consolidated|
|7.||Mr. Dhanraj||B.P.Ed., M.P.Ed.||Assistant Prof. – Health & Physical Edu.||25000 Consolidated|
|8.||Dr. Neeru Agarwal||B.A., M.A. (Philosophy), B.Ed., M.Ed., M.Phil., PGDCA, Ph.D.||Assistant Professor||15600-39100+AGP 6000 (Basic 15600)|
|9.||Ms. Nisha Saini||B.Sc., M.A.(Psychology), B.Ed., M.Ed., UGC NET(Edu.)||Assistant Professor||15600-39100+AGP 6000 (Basic, 15600)|
|10.||Ms. Ishita||B.Com., M.Com., B.Ed., M.Ed., M.A. (Psychology)-Pursuing||Assistant Professor||30000/- Consolidated|
|11.||Ms. Suchita||B.A., M.A.(Eng.), B.Ed., M.Ed., NET-JRF||Assistant Professor||30000/- Consolidated|