Courses Offered

Subjects Offered
Tamil
English
Mathematics
Physical Science
Biological Science
History
Commerce
Computer Science
Structure of B.Ed. Degree Course
Theory Papers
I Core Papers
  • Education in Emerging Indian Society
  • Psychology of Learning and Human Development
  • Educational Innovations and Curriculum Development
II Elective courses offered
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Environmental Education
  • Computers in Education
  • Physical and Health Education
  • Professional Course for Teacher Proficiency
III Optional Courses
Optional I
  • Innovations in the Teaching of Tamil
  • Innovations in the Teaching of English
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Mathematics
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Physical Science
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Biological Science
  • Content and Methods of Teaching of History
  • Innovations in the Teaching of Commerce and Accountancy Education
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Computer Science
Optional II
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Tamil
  • Content and Methods of Teaching English
  • Content and Methods of Teaching Commerce and Accountancy Education
Weightage given for theory component
For each theory paper, 20 marks are allotted for internal assignment and 80 marks are allotted for University examinations

Sno Theory Component Title of the papers Maximum Marks (100)
I Core Courses   Internal Marks External Marks
1   Education in the Emerging Indian Society 20 80
2   Psychology of Learning and Human Development 20 80
3   Educational Innovations and Curriculum Development 20 80
II Elective Course Any one of the Electives given in the list 20 80
III Optional Course      
1   Optional I 20 80
2   Optional II 20 80
IV General
  1. Life Skills Course
  2. First Aid not given.
  3. Moral and Value Education
Mark wise weightage is not given. It is only for internalizing all the life related skills, First Aid, Moral and Value system

The components of Internal Assessment
Sno Component Maximum Marks
1 Tests
(Aggregate of marks obtained by each candidate in minimum 3 class tests converted into 5)
5
2 Assignments
(Weightage of Attendance:
85% and above - 5marks
80% to 84% - 4 marks
75% to 79% - 3 marks
Less than 75% - No marks)
5
3 Assignments
(Aggregate of marks obtained by each candidate in 3 Assignments converted into 5)
5
4 Seminar 5
Total 20

Weightage given for practicum components
A panel consisting of two external members (one convener and one member) appointed by the University and one internal examiner who will be either the Principal or senior most faculty member of the respective college of education shall be assessing the teaching competency and practical records of each students from the year 2009 2010 onwards.
Activity No Name of the Record to be submitted Marks Allotted
PART - A
1 Teaching Competency for Optional I 80
2 Lesson Plan Record for Optional I 20
3 Teaching Competency for Optional II 80
4 Lesson Plan Record for Optional II 20
PART - A - Total 200
PART - B
5 Observation Record for Optional I 05
6 Demonstration Record for Optional I 05
7 Micro Teaching Record for Optional I 10
8 Instructional Material Record for Optional I 15
9 Test and Measurement Record for Optional I 15
10 Test Book Review Records pertaining to Optional I 10
11 Obervation Record for Optional II 05
12 Demonstration Record for Optional II 05
13 Micro Teaching Record for Optional II 10
14 Instructional Material Record for Optional II 15
15 Test and Measurement Record for Optional II 15
16 Case study Record 20
17 Psychology Experiments Record 20
18 Educational Technology Record 20
19 Environmental Education Record 10
20 CT Camp Record 10
21 Physical Education Record 10
22 SUPW Record 10
PART - B - Total 200
Total Marks (PART A+B) 400

Passing Minimum for Written Examination
Each candidate should apply for the written examination in the first attempt.
A candidate shall be declared to have passed the Written Examination only if he or she secures not less than 50% in aggregate in each of the six courses, with a minimum of 45% in the external examination in each paper. All other candidates shall be deemed to have failed in the Written Examination. A candidate who fails in one or more courses in the Written Examination shall be permitted to appear again only for those courses in which he/she failed.

Revaluation / Retotalling
Each unsuccessful candidate shall be permitted to reappear for the written examinations within the next three consecutive academic years

Classification of Successful candidates
A candidate shall be awarded the B.Ed. degree if he / she has passed the theory and the practicum components. Successful candidates shall be classified as specified hereunder by taking into account their total marks secured both in Theory and Practical examinations.

Classification for written examination
Percentage of Marks Classification
50 - 59 Second Class
60 - 74 First Class
75 and above Distinction


Classification for practicum components
Percentage of Marks Classification
50 - 59 Second Class
60 - 74 First Class
75 and above Distinction


Marks Secured in Activities Group A Marks Secured in Activities Group B Overall Classification for Practical Components
I Class I Class I Class
II Class II Class II Class
I Class II Class II Class
Distinction I Class I Class
I Class Distinction I Class
Distinction Distinction Distinction


OVER ALL CLASSIFICATION
Theory Practical Over all
I Class I Class I Class
II Class II Class II Class
I Class II Class II Class
Distinction I Class I Class
I Class Distinction I Class
Distinction Distinction Distinction


 
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