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MANIPUR UNIVERSITY

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MANIPUR UNIVERSITY

REGULATIONS

TWO- YEAR BACHELOR OF EDUCATION(B.ED.) PROGRAMME

2017-2018 onwards

 

 

Guiding Principles

While developing the detailed design of this revised syllabus, the following documents have been taken into consideration:

  • National Council for Teacher Education (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2014
  • Curriculum Framework: Two year B.Ed. Programme, National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE), 2014
  • Syllabus for Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Programme, Department of Teacher Education, National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), 2016
  • School Internship: Framework and Guidelines, National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE), 2016
  • Regulations for 2 years B.Ed. Course in West Bengal following NCTE Regulations, 2014
  • Curriculum for 2 year B.Ed. Programme under the University of North Bengal in accordance with NCTE Regulations, 2014
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) (Semester System) Regular Course and through Correspondence, Two Year Programme (Syllabus of Semester I), 2015-2017, Faculty of Education, Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014
  • Curriculum for 2-year B.Ed. Programme, Department of Education, University of Delhi, Delhi
  • Regulations and Syllabus for the Two- year B.Ed. Degree Programme from the Academic Year 2016 ‒ 2017 onwards, Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University
  • Regulations & Syllabus for the Two Year B.Ed. Programme under CBCS Semester Scheme 2015 ‒16, Bangalore University
  • Credit Based Semester B.Ed. CurriculumSemester I to IV with effect from 2016‒2017 and Onwards, Rashtra Sant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Nagpur
  • Curriculum of 2 Year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Programme with effect from 2015‒2016 Academic Year, University of Calicut.
  • UGC Guidelines on Adoption of Choice Based Credit System, University Grants Commission, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg New Delhi –110 002
  • Regulations for the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), 2014 (Post Graduate Programmes), Manipur University

 

 

 

 

  1. PREAMBLE

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programmeis a professional course that prepares teachers for upper primary or middle level (classes VI-VIII), secondary level (classes IX-X) and senior secondary level (classes XI-XII). The programme shall be offered in composite institutions as defined in clause (b) of regulations 2 of the National Council for Teacher Education (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2014.

 

  1. SHORT TITLE AND APPLICABILITY

2.1 These regulations shall be called as “The Manipur University Regulations for two-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) Programme, 2017”

2.2 These regulations shall apply to every candidate applying for admission and registration to the two-year B.Ed. programme of Manipur University and/or institutes affiliated to Manipur University from the academic year 2017-18. These regulations shall also apply to theconduct and conferment of B.Ed. degreeto students enrolled to this programmefrom the academic year 2017-18.

 

  1. DEFINITIONS OF KEY WORDS

3.1 Academic Year

Two consecutive (one odd + one even) semesters constitute one academic year.

3.2 Course

Usually referred to as ‘paper’, it is a component of the programme.

3.3 Credit Point

It is the product of grade point and number of credits for a course.

3.4 Credit

A unit by which the course work is measured. It determines the number of hoursof instructions required per week. One credit is equivalent to one hour of lecture or two hours of practical work/field work per week.

3.5 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

It is a measure of overall cumulativeperformance of a student over all semesters. The CGPA is the ratio of total credit pointssecured by a student in various courses in all semesters and the sum of the total creditsof all courses in all the semesters. It is expressed up to two decimal places.

3.6 External

The process of summative assessment of the student-teachers for a course through examinations conducted by the University at the end of every semester as per the scheme of examinations provided for the course.

3.7 Grade Point

It is a numerical weight allotted to each letter grade on a 10 point scale.

3.8 Internal

The process of continuous assessment or evaluation of the performance of the student-teachers through tasks, assignments and unit tests within the semester. Internal assessment/evaluation shall be as per the scheme of assessment prescribed for the course.

3.9 Letter Grade

It is an index of the performance of students in a said course. Grades aredenoted by letters O, A+, A, B+, B, C, P and F.

3.10 Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA)

It is a measure of performance of workdone in a semester. It is ratio of total credit points secured by a student in variouscourses registered in a semester and the total course credits taken during that semester.It shall be expressed up to two decimal places.

     3.11 Student-Teacher

A student undergoing the B.Ed. programme.

 

  1. DURATION AND WORKING DAYS

4.1 Duration

The B.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of two academic years which can be completed in a maximum of three academic years from the date of admission to the programme. External examinations will be held at the end of every semester.

4.2 Working Days

  • (a) There shall be at least two hundred working days each academic year exclusive of the period of examination and admission.
  • (b) The institution shall work for a minimum of thirty six hours in a week (five or six days), during which physical presence in the institution of all teachers and student-teachers is necessary to ensure their availability for advice, guidance, dialogue and consultation as and when needed except when the student-teachers are engaged in field works under the supervision of the teachers.
  • (c) The minimum attendance of student-teachers shall be 80% for all course works and practicum, and 90%for school internship.

 

5.INTAKE, ELIGIBILITY AND ADMISSION PROCEDURE

5.1 Intake

There shall be a basic unit of 50 students, with a maximum of two units. There shall not be more than 25 (twenty five) students per teacher for a school subject for methods courses and other practical activities of the programme to facilitate participatory teaching and learning.

5.2 Eligibility

  • (a) Candidates with at least fifty percent marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree and/or in the Master’s Degree in Social Sciences/Sciences/Humanity, Bachelor’s Degree 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.
  • (b) The reservation and relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/PWD and other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/ State Government, whichever is applicable.

5.3   Admission Procedure

Admission shall be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination and/or in the entrance examination or any other selection process as per the policy of the State Government and the University.

6.The University shall conduct the semester-end examination for the B.Ed. programme. The time of examination shall be decided and notified by the Examination Committee of the University/ concerned authority of the University.

 

7.GRADING SYSTEM

The marks secured by a student-teacher will be converted into a letter grade. The grade points are the numerical equivalent of letter grade assigned to a student as shown in Table 1.

Table 1

Percentage of marks (internal + external) obtained in a course Letter Grade Grade Points Description Class
90% and above O 10 Outstanding First Class
75% and above but below 90% A+ 9 Excellent
60% and above but below 75% A 8 Very Good
55% and above but below 60% B+ 7 Good Second Class
50% and above but below 55% B 6 Above average
45% and above but below 50% C 5 Average
40% and above but below 45% P 4 Pass Pass
Below 40% F <4.0 Fail Fail
I 0 Incomplete/Absent

 

The Letter Grade I shall be awarded to a student-teacher if he/she

  1. is absent or fails to appear in the end-semester examination/external examination for the course.
  2. failsto secure minimum pass marks in the internal components for the course.
  • is certified by the institute as not eligible to appear at the end semester examination for the course (s) due to insufficient attendance.

The award of Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) at the end of semester end examinations and the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) for all the semesters shall be as indicated at Schedule I.

 

  1. PASS CRITERIA, AWARD OF CLASS AND MEDAL
  • (a) Minimum percentage of pass mark is 40% for the external component and also 40% for the internal component of every course. If a student-teacher fails to secure the minimum pass marks in the internal component of a course oris certified by the institute as not eligible to appear at the end semester examination for the course(s) due to insufficient attendance, he/she is not eligible to sit in the semester end examination for the external component of the particular course.
  • (b) In order to passa course of the B.Ed. programme, the student-teacher must pass both the internal and external components of the course and secure a minimum Letter Grade P taking both the internal and external component marks of the course as shown in Table 1.
  • (c) The award of class will be on the basis of CGPA as shown in Table 2.

Table 2

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Description Class
9.00 and above Outstanding First Class
7.50 and above but below 9.00 Excellent
6.00 and above but below 7.50 Very Good
5.50 and above but below 6.00 Good Second Class
5.00 and above but below 5.50 Above average
4.50 and above but below 5.00 Average
4.0 and above but below 4.50 Pass Pass
Below 4.0 Fail Fail
  • (d) The student-teacher with the highest CGPA will be considered for the award of Gold Medal or any other award. Student-teachers who do not pass in any one or more than one course in the first attempt will not be considered for ranking.

 

  1. PROVISION FOR IMPROVEMENT AND RE-APPEARING
    • (a) A student-teacher who fails to secure the pass markor is absent in the courseat the semester end examination will be declared to have failed in the course. Only two subsequent chances will be given to such student-teachers to re-appear and clear the course(s)when therelevant semester end examination(s) are held for the concerned course(s).
    • (b) Student-teachers who desire to improve their Letter Grade(s) of a course/courses may also re-appear when the relevant semester end examination(s) are held forthe course(s) they desire to improve subject to a maximum of 16total credits from the whole programme and the higher marks will be considered for the award of grades. Only one chance for a course will be given to the student-teachers for improvement of the grades.
    • (c) The marks secured by the candidates as internal components in those courses shall be retained in such cases.
    • (d) No other chance than that described in clause (a) and (b) of regulations 9 can be availed of.
    • (e) Student-teacherswho fail to appear for the semester examination after completion of regular coursefor any reasonsmay appear at the next subsequent relevant semester examination after paying the necessary examination fees afresh.
    • (f) In case a student-teacher fails in School Internship (SI), he/she will have to undergo the SI again as a regular student during the subsequent semesterwhen the concerned SI is offered.
    • (g) Student-teachers who fail to complete the B.Ed. programme after six semesters will be disqualified for the programme. No chance for improvement of the Letter Grade(s) of a course/courses will be given after six semesters.
  1. MODERATION COMMITTEE

In order to bring about objectivity and transparency and to avoid misuse of internal assessment, there shall be a Moderation Committee to verify the record maintained by students and check the marks awarded by the teachers internally and externally. The Committee to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor of Manipur University will consist of the Chairman, one head examiner, twomembers of the BSD of Teacher Education of Manipur University and two experienced members having at least 5 year experience of teaching in Teacher Education Institutions. The Committee shall be vested with the powers to modify the marks awarded by the internal and external examiners.

  1. Anymatter not covered under these Regulations shall be determined by the existing University Rules, Ordinances andthe Manipur University Examination Regulations, 2005mutatis mutandis.
  2. The Controller of Examinations, Manipur University shall declare the results of the B.Ed. programme after getting approval of the concerned examination committee.

SCHEDULE I

ANNUAL AND SEMESTER WISE DISTRIBUTION OF COURSES

The two-year B.Ed. programme of Teacher Education of Manipur University and for its affiliated Teacher Education institutions shall comprise of thecourses/papers shown in Table 3.

 

Table 3

Code Course Name Marks Credit

 

Internal

(tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External

(semester end examination)

Total
1st YEAR
Semester I
PE 01 Childhood  and  Growing up 20 80 100 4
PE 02 Contemporary India and Education 20 80 100 4
PE 03 Learning and Teaching 20 80 100 4
CPS 01 Understanding Disciplines & Subjects 10 40 50 2
CPS 02a Pedagogy (Disciplinary stream) 10 40 50 2
CPS 03 Language across the curriculum 10 40 50 2
*EPC 01 Critical Understanding of ICT 50 2
Total 500 20
Semester II
PE 04 Health, Yoga and Physical Education 10 40 50 2
CPS 02b Pedagogy (Teaching of subject) 20 80 100 4
CPS 04 Assessment for Learning 20 80 100 4
*EPC 02 Arts and Aesthetic in Education 50 2
*B.Ed.( SI) 01 4 Week School Exposureand Working with Community 100 4
Total 400 16
2nd YEAR
Semester III
PE 05 Knowledge  and Curriculum 20 80 100 4
PE 06 Gender, School and Society 10 40 50 2
PE 07 Creating an Inclusive School 10 40 50 2
B.Ed. OC Optional Course ** 20 80 100 4
*EPC 03 Reading and reflecting on texts 50 2
*EPC 04 Understanding the self 50 2
Total 400 16
Semester IV
One Week Pre-internship
*B.Ed.( SI) 02 Sixteen Week School Internship 300 12
One Week Post-internship
Total 300 12
Total Marks for 4 semesters 1600 64

* Assessment of Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC) course and School Internship (SI) shall be as per Assessment Scheme provided for the Course.

A student-teacher can choose Pedagogy (Disciplinary stream) and Pedagogy (Teaching of subject) from any one of the combinations shown in Table 4.

Table 4

Sl. No. Pedagogy (Disciplinary stream) Pedagogy (Teaching of subject)
1 Mathematics Mathematics
2 Social Science History
Geography
Economics
Political Science
Social Science
Home Science
3 Science Physical Science
Physics
Biology
Chemistry
Computer Science
Home Science
4 Language Manipuri
English

**Optional Course can be selected from anyone of the following:

  1. Art Education
  2. Guidance and Counseling
  3. Special Education
  4. Education for Peace
  5. Performing Arts (Music)
  6. Environmental Education

or anyadditional Pedagogy (Teaching of subject) not selected in Semester II for CPS 02b. However, student-teachers choosing an additional Pedagogy (Teaching of subject) instead of optional courses must have studied the concerned subject in Graduation or Post-graduation level.

(Note: Choosing of Optional Course or Pedagogy (Teaching of subject)by the candidates is subject to availability of the course in the concerned B.Ed. institute)

 

Computation of SGPA and CGPA

The UGC recommends the following procedure to compute the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

  1. The SGPA is the ratio of sum of the product of the number of credits with the grade points scored by a student-teacher in all the courses taken by the student and the sum of the number of credits of all the courses undergone by the student, i.e

SGPA (Si) = Σ (Ci x Gi) / ΣCi

where Ci is the number of credits of the ith course and Gi is the grade point scored by the student in the ith course.

  1. The CGPA is also calculated in the same manner taking into account all the courses undergone by the student-teacher over all the semesters of a programme, i.e.

CGPA = Σ (Ci x Si) / Σ Ci

where Si is the SGPA of the ith semester and Ci is the total number of credits in that semester.

iii. The SGPA and CGPA shall be rounded off to 2 decimal points and reported in the transcripts.

Illustration of Computation of SGPA and CGPA

SGPA

Course Code Course Name Total Marks Marks Obtained Credit Grade Letter Grade Points Credit Points

(Credit ×Grade Points)

Semester I
PE 01 Childhood  and  Growing up 100 91 4 O 10 40
PE 02 Contemporary India and Education 100 85 4 A+ 9 36
PE 03 Learning and Teaching 100 85 4 A+ 9 36
CPS 01 Understanding Disciplines & Subjects 50 40 2 A+ 9 18
CPS 02a Pedagogy (Disciplinary stream) 50 46 2 O 10 20
CPS 03 Language across the curriculum 50 46 2 O 10 20
*EPC 01 Critical Understanding of ICT 50 45 2 O 10 20
Total 500 438 20     190

 

SGPA for Semester I=190/20=9.50

CGPA

Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV
SGPA: 9.5

Credit: 20

SGPA: 8.44

Credit: 16

SGPA: 9.04

Credit: 16

SGPA: 7.44

Credit: 12

 

20+16+16+12
20×9.50 + 16×8.44 + 16×9.04 +12×7.44
8.73
CGPAGPA
=
=

 

 

 

 

Description: Excellent; Class: 1st Class

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE II

SCHEME OF EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT

 

  1. PERSPECTIVES IN EDUCATION (PE) COURSES

 

Code Course Name Marks
Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External (Semester end examination) Total Marks
PE 01 Childhood and Growing Up 20 80 100
PE 02 Contemporary India and Education 20 80 100
PE 03 Learning and Teaching 20 80 100
PE 04 Health, Yoga and Physical Education 10 40 50
PE 05 Knowledge and Curriculum 20 80 100
PE 06 Gender, School and Society 10 40 50
PE 07 Creating an Inclusive School 10 40 50

Evaluation and Assessment

Total Marks Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External

(Semester end examination)

100 *Tasks and assignments as suggested for the course  10 marks  3 questions of 8 marks each = 24 marks

 

6 questions of  4 marks each = 24 marks
**2 Unit Tests      6 marks 14 questions of 2 marks each =28 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction         4 marks     4 questions of 1 mark each = 4 marks
20 80
*Average marks of two tasks and assignments carrying 10 marks each

**Half of the average marks of two unit tests carrying 12 marks each

50 *Tasks and assignmentsas suggested for the course                                     4 marks            1 question of 8 marks  = 8 marks
 5 questions of 4 marks each = 20 marks
**1 Unit Test 4 marks 5 questions of 2 marks each =10 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction                                2 marks     2 questions of 1 mark each = 2 marks
10 40
  *Half of themarks of one task and assignments carrying 8 marks

**Half of the marks of one unit test carrying 8 marks

 

  1. CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGIC STUDIES (CPS) COURSES

 

Code Course Name Marks
Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External (Semester end examination) Total Marks
CPS 01 Understanding Disciplines & Subjects 10 40 50
CPS 02a Pedagogy (Disciplinary stream) 10 40 50
CPS 02b Pedagogy (Teaching of subject) 20 80 100
CPS 03 Language across the curriculum 10 40 50
CPS 04 Assessment for Learning 20 80 100

 

 

 

 

Evaluation and Assessment

Total Marks Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External

(Semester end examination)

100 *Tasks and assignments as suggested for the course                                                10 marks  3 questions of 8 marks each = 24 marks

 

6 questions of  4 marks each = 24 marks
**2 Unit Tests                                     6 marks 14 questions of 2 marks each =28 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction                                           4 marks     4 questions of 1 mark each = 4 marks
20 80
*Average marks of two tasks and assignments carrying 10 marks each

**Half of the average marks of two unit tests carrying 12 marks each

50 *Tasks and assignmentsas suggested for the course                                                  4 marks            1 question of 8 marks  = 8 marks
 5 questions of 4 marks each = 20 marks
**1 Unit Test4 marks 5 questions of 2 marks each =10 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction                                           2 marks     2 questions of 1 mark each = 2 marks
10 40
  *Half of the marks of one task and assignment carrying 8 marks

**Half of the marks of one unit test carrying 8 marks

 

 

  1. ENHANCING PROFESSIONAL CAPACITIES (EPC) COURSES

 

Code Course Name Marks
Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

Total Marks
EPC 01 Critical Understanding of ICT 50 50
EPC 02 Arts and Aesthetic in Education 50 50
EPC 03 Reading and reflecting on texts 50 50
EPC 04 Understanding the self 50 50

Evaluation and Assessment

Total Marks Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

Remarks
50 Tasks and assignments as suggested for the course

12 marks

*20 marks for the 10 minutes presentation/demonstration will be awarded by a committee comprising of the Principal and one concerned faculty of the B.Ed. institute and moderated by an examiner nominated by the University from Teacher Education institutes.
2 Unit Tests of 8 marks each                     16 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction

2 marks

*10 minutes presentation/demonstration in the class on the application of a unit to be prescribed by the course teacher                                 20 marks
50 marks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. OPTIONAL COURSES
Code Course Name Marks
Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External (Semester end examination) Total Marks
B.Ed. OC Art Education 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Guidance and Counseling 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Special Education 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Education for Peace 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Performing Arts (Music) 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Vocational/Work Education 20 80 100
B.Ed. OC Environmental Education 20 80 100

Evaluation and Assessment

Total Marks Internal

(Tasks, assignments and unit tests)

External

(Semester end examination)

100 *Tasks and assignments as suggested for the course  10 marks 3 questions of 8 marks each = 24 marks

 

6 questions of  4 marks each = 24 marks
**2 Unit Tests     6 marks 14 questions of 2 marks each =28 marks
Continuous evaluation of daily classroom performance including punctuality, dress code participation in discussion and peer interaction           4 marks     4 questions of 1 mark each = 4 marks
20 80
*Average marks of two tasks and assignments carrying 10 marks each

**Half of the average marks of two unit tests carrying 12 marks each

*Note: Hard copies of the slides for seminar presentation, project works, paper reviews and answer sheets of unit tests shall be kept in safe custody of the institute for at least one year for examination by the moderation committee whenever demanded.

 

  1. SCHOOL INTERNSHIP
B.Ed.( SI) 01: 4 Week School Exposure and Working with Community                 100 marks
Continuous in-semester assessment Semester end evaluation by a committee comprising of one senior teacher of the cooperating school and one concerned faculty of the B.Ed. institute and moderated by an examiner nominated by the University from Teacher Education institutes
·    Report on observation of school/classroom environments including infrastructure, equipment, teaching learning materials, functioning, human resources, organisation of various activities, attendance of students, etc. along with the profile of the school to which they are attached (1 Week).20 marks

·    1 week involvement in school attachment programme (addressing school assembly, thought of the day, narratingstories of great men, delivering talks on relevant topics, managing the class, participation in games and sports and other extra-curricular activities,other innovative programmes, etc.)                    20 marks

·    1 week involvement in community living camp (participation and organizing community awareness, extension programmes, tree plantation, maintaining school garden, etc.)20 marks

·    *Maintaining Teacher’s Diary           10 marks

·  Presentation/Sharing of report on observation of school/classroom environments with reference to infrastructure, equipment, teaching learning materials, functioning, human resources, organisation of various activities, etc.10 marks

·  Presentation and sharing of reports of classroom observation in (i)various curricular activities, e.g. sports and games, dance, songs; and (ii) the teaching-learning process in the classroom, ICT use, student participation, classroom management

10 marks

·  Presentation and sharing of reports of community living camp                        10 marks

70 marks 30 marks

 

*Student-teachers shall record in the Teacher’s Diary the daily activities carried out by them in the intern school. Daily entry shall be appended either by the Head Master/Head Mistress/Principal of the school and the course supervisor of the B.Ed. institute

 

Exemplar of the Teacher’s Diary

Day Date Area of Activity Remarks and signature of School Head Master/ Mistress/ Principal Signature of the Supervisor
1 Made an important announcement of an interesting and important news on………………………….
Framed time table of two classes of the intern school
Observe teaching of Mr……….. teachingUnit V of Social Science in Class IX and felt that teaching method was totally teacher-centred.
2 Narrated story of ………………. (great personality) in the school assembly

 

B.Ed.( SI) 02: Sixteen Week School Internship                                                           300 marks
Continuous in-semester assessment Semester end evaluation by a committee comprising of one senior teacher of the cooperating school and one concerned faculty of the B.Ed. institute and moderated by an examiner nominated by the University from Teacher Education institutes
·    Preparation of annual, unit and lesson plans and teaching for Class VI to VIII      20 marks

·    Preparation of annual, unit and lesson plans and teaching for Class IX to X          20 marks

·    Participation/organization of school activities (tree plantation, Swach Bharat campaign, health camp, blood donation camp, cultural exchange, etc.)           20 marks

·    Guidance and counselling, diagnostic testing, remediation and report of action research                                                20 marks

·    Case study of a student/class           20 marks

·    Participation on a visit to an educational institute of repute                               5 marks

·    Development and demonstration of multi-media lesson using ICT resources    20 marks

·    Preparation of CCEactivities           15 marks

·    Maintaining Reflective Journal (Teacher’s Diary)                                                    10 marks

·     Demonstration of teaching with Lesson plans/ Unit plans                                                      30 marks

·     Presentation of brief report by each student teacher on his/her internshipexperiences.

30 marks

·     Presentation of the reflections of internship by student teachers, conducted in smaller group/subject wise.30 marks

·     Report on a visit to an educational institute of repute                                                    10 marks

·     Viva-Voce on overall School Internship Programme                                                   50 marks

 

150 marks 150 marks

*Note: Hard copies of the slides for presentations, reports of action research and case studies, reflective journals, lesson plans, etc. shall be kept in safe custody of the institute for at least one year for examination by the moderation committee whenever demanded.

 

  • Student-teachers shall record in the Teacher’s Diary the daily activities carried out by them in the intern school. Daily entry shall be appended by the course supervisor of the B.Ed. institute and the Head Master/Head Mistress/Principal of the school.
  • After the teaching-learning process, student teachers may discuss with the students in group about the strength and short comings of their teaching strategy. The responses of the students shall be recorded in the Teacher’s Diary.
  • Lesson Plan should be homogenously distributed between Classes VI – X as far as possible.
  • Conduct of Formative Assessment and Remedial Teaching shall be recorded in the Teacher’s Diary.
  • Action/Project Research must be related on school environment of the intern school.
  • 10% of the records, reports, assignments and data submitted by Interns of every Teacher Education Institutes shall be randomly checked by the moderation committee.
  • All the required records, reports and data shall be submitted on or beforea stipulated date and their internal marks shall be forwarded before exam form submission. Any student-teacher who fails to submit them on or before the stipulated date will not be issued Exam Hall Ticket of the concerned Semester.

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