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Curriculum

Curriculum of B.Ed two years programme (CBCS)
B.Ed two years programme of study spread over four semesters with four term end examination, the successful completion of which would lead to the award of bachelor’s degree in education.

Course: A course is essentially a constituent of a program and may be a composite of several subject matter to be covered in a semester.

Hard core course
Compulsory subject of study which support the main discipline

Soft core course
An option for the candidate to choose a course from a pool of courses offered by the respective B.Ed colleges of Bangalore University. Each candidate should choose a combination of two soft core course for the B.Ed programme from the combinations offered by the respective colleges.

Optional course
A candidate has to select any one of the electives prescribed by Bangalore University and offered by the respective B.Ed colleges.

Enhancing professional competency (EPC) course

Field based activities conducted to enhance the professional competencies and skill

Credit
Credit is a unit of academic input measured in terms of the study hours. It reflects the number of “study hours” in a particular period of time devoted to various aspects of the teaching learning process such as attending classes, engaging in assignments, projects, seminars, community activities & practical course required for the course etc.

Grade
Means a letter symbol (ABC) which indicates the broad level of performance of a student in an answer, course, semester and programme.

Grade point Average (GPA)
The means of grades obtained on a number of subjects /tasks for a specialized period is the GPA.
GPA is calculated by dividing sum of the weighed grade points obtained by a student in a semester by the total number of credits taken by him /her in a semester. The value shall be rounded off to two decimal places.

Grade Point Average (GPA)
The means of grades obtained on a number of subjects /tasks for a specialized period is the GPA
GPA is calculated by dividing sum of the weighed grade points obtained by a student in a semester by the total number of credits taken by him/her in a semester. The value shall be rounded off to two decimal places.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)
(CGPA) is the value obtained by dividing the sum of the credit multiplied by GPA for four semesters by the total credits for the entire programme. The value shall be rounded off to two decimal places. CGPA will be converted to letter grades for the final results

Reflective Journal (RJ)
A student-teacher generated locally standardized daily log book maintained under supervision of the mentors is visualized as a reflective journal.

First Semester

SL. NO. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE MAXIMUM MARKS
01 HC1 Childhood & Growing up 100
02 HC2 Education in Contemporary India 100
03 HC3 Development and Management in School education 100
04 HC4 Gender, school & Society 100
05 HC5 ICT in Education 50
06 HC6 Language Across the Curriculum 50
07 EPC1 Communication skills and expository writing 50
08 EPC2 Understanding self, personality & yoga 50

Second Semester

Sl. No. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE MAXIMUM MARKS
09 HC7 Learning & Teaching 100
10 HC8 Assessment of Learning 100
11 SC1 Content & pedagogy 1 Part I 100
12 SC2 Content & Pedagogy 2 Part I 100
13 EPC3 ICT Applications 50
14 EPC4 Fine Arts and theatre 50
15 EPC5 Pre internship 100

Third Semester

Sl. No. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE MAXIMUM MARKS
16 SC1 Content & pedagogy 1 Part II 100
17 SC2 Content & pedagogy 2 Part II 100
18 HC9 Action Research 50
19 EPC6 Action research Project 50
20 EPC 7 School Internship 300

Fourth Semester

Sl. No. SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT TITLE MAXIMUM MARKS
21 HC10 National Concern & Education 100
22 HC11 Creating an inclusive School 100
23 HC12 Knowledge & Curriculum 100
24 OC1 Optional Course 100
25 EPC8 Post internship
Practical examination
50+50

Soft –core course
8.1 Content and Pedagogy of Kannada
8.2 Content and Pedagogy of English
8.3 Content and Pedagogy of Social Science
8.4 Content and Pedagogy of Mathematics
8.5 Content and Pedagogy of Biological Science
8.6 Content and Pedagogy of Physical Science
8.7 Content and Pedagogy of Computer Science
8.8 Content and Pedagogy of Commerce
8.9 Content and Pedagogy of Management & Business Studies
8.10 Content and Pedagogy of Home science
8.11 Content and Pedagogy of Hindi
8.12 Content and Pedagogy of Urdu
8.13 Content and Pedagogy of Sanskrit
8.14 Content and Pedagogy of German
8.15 Content and Pedagogy of French

Optional Courses
9.1 Guidance and Counselling
9.2 Value Education
9.3 Education for peace