B.Ed Curriculum

The B.Ed. Programme is designed to develop attitude, skill and knowledge in the Student teachers.The curriculum of 2 years B Ed. programme shall comprise of the following components:

Part A: Theory component includes Core courses, Elective courses and Interdisciplinary courses.

Part B: Practicum component includes Project Based courses, Ability courses and Audit courses.

Part A : Theory component

(A) Core Courses (CC)

(B) Elective Course (EC)

(C) Interdisciplinary Courses (IC)

Part B : Practicum component

(D) Ability Courses (AB)

(E) Project Based Courses (PC)

(F) Audit Courses (AC)

Total Credits: 111; Total Marks 1800 (1 Credit = 12 Hours)

*Subject to change

** Syllabus as per University of Mumbai

Subjects Offered At CCE

Part A: Theory component

1. Core courses: These are five courses which are to be studied by a student in two years

Childhood and Growing up
Knowledge and Curriculum
Learning and Teaching
Assessment for learning
Contemporary India and Education

2. Elective Course Elective course 1 – Pedagogy of School Subject I Select any One Course

i. Commerce
ii. Economics

iii. English
iv. Geography

v. History
vi. Hindi

vii. Mathematics
viii. Marathi
ix. Science

Elective course 2 – Select any One course from I or II or III I) Pedagogy of School Subjects II

Select any One course – other than in Elective course 1

i. Commerce
ii. Economics

iii. English
iv. Geography

v. History
vi. Hindi

vii. Mathematics
viii. Marathi
ix. Science

II) Peace Education

III) Education for Rural Development

Elective course 3 – Special Fields

(Select any one)

1. Action Research

2. Guidance and Counselling

3. Environmental Education

3. Interdisciplinary courses : Four courses , each in semester which are interdisciplinary in nature

Gender, School and Society
Educational Management
Language Across the Curriculum
Creating an Inclusive School

Part B: Practicum component

1. Ability courses: Prime focus is to enhance skill rather than the content, Two courses, it is to be studied in semester 1 and semester 4.

a. Critical Understanding of ICT

b. Reading and Reflecting on Texts

2. Project Based Courses:

a. Internship

b. Community work ( I & II)

c. Action Research

d. Participation in Co-curricular Activities in college

3. Audit courses: Student has to opt any one, spread throughout the 4 semester, will be certified in 4th semester only, by head of the institution.

a. Understanding the Self

b. Drama and Art in Education

Each student is required to opt for one course from Pedagogy of School Subjects I (Elective Course 1) in Semester 2 which must be with respect to the graduation degree on the basis of which the student is admitted.

Each student is required to opt for any one of the course from Pedagogy of school subject II or Peace education or Education for Rural Development in Semester 3 (Elective Course 2). For Pedagogy courses students should opt for another pedagogy which they must have studied at least one paper at their Graduation /Post graduation.