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Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)
Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.): The duration of bachelor of education (B.Ed.) course is one year and the examination is held at the end of the academic session, to pass the B.Ed. course, the candidate has to secure 36% marks in aggregate of all the theory courses and 48% marks in practical separately.

Goal: to prepare effective secondary school teachers who are capable of responding to the changing needs of the modern Indian society.
Objectives of the course:

The basic objectives of the course are-
  • To develop competencies and skills needed to become effective teachers.
  • To understand the self and others, one’s beliefs, assumptions, emotions and aspirations, develop the capacity for self analysis, self evaluation, adaptability, flexibility, creativity and innovation.
  • Develop habits and capacity for self directed learning, have time to think, reflect, assimilate and articulate new ideas, be self- critical and to work collaboratively in groups.
  • Engage with subject content, examine disciplinary knowledge and social realities, relate subject matter with the social milieu of learners and develop critical thinking.
  • Develop professional skills in pedagogy, observation, documentation, analysis and interpretation, drama, craft and reflective inquiry.
  • To promote social cohesion, international understanding and protection of human rights and other day to day awareness.

The specific objectives of the course are:

  • Enable the perspective teachers to understand the nature, purpose and philosophy of secondary education.
  • Develop among teachers an understanding of psychology of their pupils.
  • Enable them to make pedagogical analysis of the subjects they are to teach at the secondary stage, develop skills for guidance and counseling.
  • Enable them to acquire competencies relevant to stage specific pedagogy, curriculum development its transaction and evaluation.
  • Enable them to foster creative thinking among pupils for reconstruction of knowledge.
  • Acquaint them with factors and forces affecting educational system and classroom situation.
  • Acquaint them with educational needs to special group of pupils.
  • Enable them to utilize community resource as educational inputs.
  • Develop communication skills and use modern information technology for school purpose.
  • Develop aesthetic sensibility.
  • Acquaint them application of action research.
  • Develop awareness about role of education in building up a democratic and socialistic pattern of society.
Admission Procedure: Admission to B.Ed. course will be made as per norms laid down by NCTE and government from time to time. A joint entrance exam is conducted for B.Ed. by any one university of Uttar Pradesh on rotation basis every year and eligible candidates are sort listed on the basis of merit list.
Evaluation Scheme: The performance of the candidate appearing in B.Ed. examination will be evaluated as follows-
  1. The evaluation of B.Ed. pupil teachers will be done in 1000 marks. The division will be awarded separately in theory out of 700 (course 1 to 7) marks and in practical out of 300 (course 8 and 9) marks respectively.
  2. The theory part in all the papers (course 1 to 7) will be evaluated through a system of university examination as per its practice and routine.
  3. Evaluation procedure in paper 8 (sessional work and practicum) will be as follows:
  1. Viva-voce examination of 50marks will be conducted by the board of examiners on the basis of student’s sessional work.
  2. Internal 50marks will be given by two subject supervisors.
  1. For teaching skills marking purpose, a board of three examiners comprising one as convener of concerned permanent department and two examiners from other teacher training department of CCS University. All the three examiners will assess students separately and average of total sum of marks will be final score in teaching skill out of 200 marks.
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