About The Course

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) Programme is a two year professional programme in the field of Teacher Education which aims at preparing School Teachers, generally known as B.Ed. This is a professional programme that prepares teachers for upper primary, secondary level (Class VI –X) and higher secondary level classes (XI-XII). Also aims at preparing, practitioners and other educational professionals including manpower for curriculum development, planners, administrators, supervisors, school principals and for extension activities.

Monitoring Bodies

At State Level:
State Teacher Education Monitoring Board (STEM Board)
At University Level:Teacher Education Regulatory Monitoring Cell (TERM Cell)
Key Terms


      1. Semester: Semester is duration of four consecutive months with a minimum of 90-100 Working days. Two year B.Ed programmes consisting of 4 semesters
      2. Blank Semester: A Semester is said to be a blank semester for a candidate if he/she does not enroll for that semester.
      3. Credit: It is a Unit of Academic input measured in terms of 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, practical aspects, field based activities, immersion, computer skills, research activities required for the course. A credit is a unit of fixed duration. In terms of credits, every one hour session of L amounts to one credit and a minimum of a two – hour session of T or P amounts to one credit. L stands for Tutorial Session and P stands for Practical/Practice session.
      4. Course: A course is a study specified by the concerned Board of Studies for teaching, learning and evaluation during a particular semester. A course will have minimum of two credits and maximum of eight credits. Every course offered will have three components with teaching – learning process of the course, namely L,P and T
      5. Tutorial: A tutorial is a supplementary practice to any teaching – learning process that may consist of participatory discussion/self-study/desk work/seminar presentations by students and such other novel methods that makes a student to absorb and assimilate more effectively the contents delivered in the lecture classes, seminars, case study, discussion session etc., are part of tutorials.
      6. Practical/Practice: A Practical/Practice is methods of imparting education that consist of hands on experience, laboratory experiments, Field studies/ Study tour etc., that equip students to acquire the required skill component.
      7. Internship and Immersion: It is the period where in the candidate visits the Teacher Education Institute, Schools or Educational Institute for the full day or a part of the day regularly and undertakes the defined activities under the supervision of a guide. The activity will end up in the recorded form. The assessment is based on his/her performance while doing the activity and based on his/her record. The focus is development of competencies, in-depth understanding through field experience and application of theoretical aspects learnt.
      8. Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC): These are the courses where in the student teacher is equipped with personal competencies that are required to do various activities expected of teacher.
      9. Engagement with Field Activity (EF):These are the courses where in the student teacher will get the theoretical base through college classes and visit to the field as and when required intermittently collect information and completes the assignment.
      10. Field Work Activities: These are the activities assigned to the student to undertake in team or individually. The work may in the institute campus or anywhere as the case demands. The process of conduct and purpose are same as that of internship.
      11. Hard Core Course: A Hard Core Course is course that is fundamental and compulsory in requirement for a subject in a particular programme. The Hard Core course of studies other prescribed for study in a programme shall not be replaced by studying any other courses. Essential Field work, Team work, etc., to report writing and project/dissertation of the main programme of study shall be treated as a hard-core course.
      12. Modalities of Transaction and Assessment (MOTA): This is the description for the course operation in the institute and field, with specification of role of teachers, learner and institutional responsibility. The assessment procedure is also specified in this phase.
      13. Theories cum Practice: These are the components of the curriculum where in the transaction requires orientation on certain theoretical grounds and practice the theories into practice. The curriculum will have fifty percent of the course with theoretical aspects and other fifty percent with practicum. The teacher educator will conduct such classes in to batches of twenty five to fifty students as per the facilities available in the institute.
      14. Simulation practices: The professional skills required to practice in simulation without going to the school fall under these courses. The student will practice the competencies presuming the peers as students or even in absence.
      15. Perspective Course: The courses that provides the theoretical orientation from basic discipline that has application in the field of education. It provides directional path to compose the requirement in the education as application from various basic disciplines.
      16. Field Work Courses: For which student has to visit the field collect the required data, systemize process and present fall under these types of courses.
      17. Immersion: The activities where in the teacher equipped with the required competencies and knowledge enters in the school premises to handle the learner under the supervision of guiding teacher. He will undertake all the roles of a full-fledged teacher and equip himself in a real situation.

Pedogagy Subejects

A High Quality and standard faculty