Courses

DRAFT REGULATION & SYLLABUS
(Subject to the approval of the Academic Council, G.U)
GAUHATI UNIVERSITY
GUWAHATI-781014
Two Year B.Ed. Course
(Effective from 2015-16 Academic Session)
(Rules, regulations and syllabus)
1. The structure of the present syllabus is relevant to face to face and regular
mode of education only.
2. A Candidate may be allowed to appear in the Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.)
Examination provided that after passing B.A/B.Sc./B.Com. or M.A./
M.Sc./M. Com. Examination of this University or of any other University,
with at least 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC) marks, recognized for this purpose,
he/she has prosecuted for not less than 2 years, a regular course of study in
the subjects offered by him/her in a college affiliated to this University for
this purpose and has in addition, undergone a course of practical training as
indicated below :
Every candidate shall be examined in the following subjects:
(First Year Course)
Paper
Code
Name of Paper Marks in
External
Exam
Marks
in
Internal
Exam
Marks in
Practical
Total
Paper -01 Developmental
Psychology
80 20 Nil 100
Paper-02 Contemporary
Concerns and
Issues in Indian
Education
80 20 Nil 100
Paper-03 Teaching
Approaches and
Strategies
80 20 Nil 100
Paper-04 Language and
Curriculum
Transaction
40 10 Nil 50
*EPC-Enhancement of Professional Capacity.
Paper -05 Foundations of
Education
80 20 Nil 100
Paper-06 Pedagogy of School
Subject-I (Any one)
40 10 Nil 50
a)Teaching of MIL
(Assamese/Bengali/
Hindi/ Bodo)
b) Teaching of English
c) Teaching of Science
d) Teaching of History
Pedagogy of School
subject II (Any one)
a. Social Science
b. Mathematics
c. Geography
d. Sanskrit
40
30+10+10=50
in case of
Science and
Geography
10

50

Paper-07-
EPC-I *
Practice Teaching 50 50
Paper-07-
EPC-II *
Drama and Art in
Education
50 50
Paper-07-
EPC-III *
ICT and Classroom
Transaction
50 50
Total 440 110 150 700
(Second Year Course)
Paper-08 Gender issues and
concerns in education 40 10 Nil 50
Foundations of
Curriculum
Development
Paper-09
80 20 Nil 100
Paper-10
Measurement and
Evaluation in
Education 80 20 Nil 100
Paper-11 Inclusion in Education 40 10 Nil 50
Paper-12 Action Research
40 10 Nil 50
Paper-13 Optional
a. Environmental
Education
b. Guidance &
Counseling
c. Health &
Physical
Education
d. Teacher
Education
e. Peace and human
Rights education
4
0
40 10 Nil 50
Paper-14
EPC-IV
Education for
Development of Self
50 50
Paper-15 Internship (4Months) 250 250
320 80 300 700
Total 2
8
0
3. Rules of Examination results.
(a) Marks of external & internal examination will not be shown separately
(b)A candidate, in order to pass, must obtain at least 40% marks in aggregate
i.e. a total of 560 marks out of 1400 marks.
(c) A candidate will have to secure at least 40 % marks in individual paper.
(d)A candidate who secures below 40 % in one individual paper but if he/she
secures aggregate 40% will be allowed to reappear in the examination as a
back paper. (Maximum two back papers will be allowed)
(e) Candidates securing at least 840 or 60% marks shall be declared to have
obtained a First Class.
(f) Candidates securing marks between 560 to 839 (both inclusive) shall be
declared to have obtained a Second Class.
(g)A candidate who fails to pass or present himself for the B.Ed. Examination
shall not be entitled to claim a refund of the examination fee nor will such
fee be carried over for subsequent examination.
(h)If a student after completion of a regular B.Ed course and after having
obtained his/her admit card does not appear in the B.Ed Final examination
for some unavoidable reason, he/she may appear in the next subsequent
examination as a non-collegiate and will be required to pay the prescribed
fees.
(i) If a candidate
(I) fails in theory part only
(II) fails in Practical part only
(III) fails to secure pass marks in assignment paper (s)
but otherwise eligible (i.e. 40% out of 1400) to pass the B.Ed Examination
will be given a chance to re-appear or submit the report within two years to
clear his/her paper(s)/Practical/report/assignment. But the candidate must
take casual admission(s) for the year(s) and pay all the prescribed fees for the
subsequent examination(s). If a candidate fails in only one theory paper in
the third year from the year of his/her admission he/she shall have a chance to
reappear in that paper only in the immediate next year. Results of all such
candidates will be declared as per clause 3. (b), 3. (e) & 3. (f)
(1st Year Course)
Paper -01
Total marks-100
Developmental Psychology
OBJECTIVES
After completion of this course the student teacher will be able to:
(1) Understand the basic concepts relating to growth and development.
(2) Understand the general principles of development.
(3) Understand the general characteristics of Childhood and Adolescence and problems of these stages
and their implications.
(4) Understand the influence of home and school in development of children.
Unit I
Growth and Development
 Developmental Psychology –its concept , need and importance
 Growth and development –its concept
 Principles of Development
 Brief concept of stages of development
Unit II
Childhood
 Developmental aspects during childhood
 Physical development
 Mental development
 Emotional development
 Social development
 Language and speech development
Unit III
Influence of Home and School on Personality development of children
 Parental attitudes on Personality development of children-children of broken homes ,children of
working mothers
 Influence of School and Teachers on personality development of children
 Learning Disability of Children and r ole of teachers.
 Developmental hazards during childhood
Unit IV
Adolescence
 Developmental aspects of Adolescents
 Physiological development
 Mental development
 Emotional development
 Social development
 Moral development
Unit V
Personality development during Adolescence
 Personality Development, Personality deviation
 Self concept, Self esteem
 Influence of family and peers in their Personality development
 Adjustment problems and Juvenile Delinquency
Practicum/ Assignment (Any One) besides Sessional test:
1. To study the behavior of Children.
2. To study the problems relating to motivation of children for learning
3. To study the developmental characteristics of children.
Mode of Transaction: Lecture, Lecture cum Discussion
Evaluation Scheme:
(i) Internal Assessment : 20 marks (is to be finalized by the Principal & Teachers of concerned Paper)
(ii) External Examination : 80 marks
(iii)Duration : 03 hours
(iv)Pass Marks : 40% of the total.
The examination paper will have 5(five) questions with internal choice. Each Question carries equal
marks.
References
1. Chanda , S. C. (1989) : Child Psychology & Child Development , Loyal Book Depot
2. Cole, L. (1959) : Psychology of Adolescence , Rinehard & Winston , NY .
3. Ferguson , C. A. (1973) : Studies of Child language development , New York : Holt , Rinehart
and Winston
4. Goswamee , G.(2008) : Child Development and Child Care, Arun Prakashan
5. Hurlock, E. B. (2000) : Adolescent Development , Mc . Graw Hill NC.
6. Hurlock, E. B. (1978) : Developmental Psychology – a life span approach . Tata Mc Graw Hill
Publishing company ltd., New Delhi
7. Jersild, A. T. (1967) : Psychology of Adolescence , Macmillan , New York
8. Kuppuswamy , B.(1980) : Child Behaviour and Development , 2nd edition, Vikas Publishing
House pvt . Ltd
9. Thomson , G. G. (1969) : Child Psychology . Indian reprint . The Times of India Press, Bombay