The Department offers undergraduate honours course and undergraduate generic course. The curriculum and syllabus of these courses is under CBCS with the affiliation of Vidyasagar University.
Programmes covered by the department are B.A. (Hons) in Education and B.A (Gen) with one of the subject as Education.
|Programmes||Sanctioned Year||Intake Capacity|
|B. A (General course in Education)||????||As per demand|
|B. A (Honours in Education)||???||??|
TEACHING LEARNING METHOD
Mode of Teaching: Class lectures, Board Work, By Slide Projection.
Other Methods: student’s feedback, group discussion, tutorial, internal assessment ( five assessment per academic session for honours students and two assessment per academic session for general (pass) students throughout the academic period are regularly taken to prepare the students for university examination.
Academic Activities: Doing group project work and publishing wall magazine.
TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS
- Academic calendar followed.
- Plan & Progress Register.
- Apart from Lecture Method: Practical classes/group discussion/creative writing.
- ICT mode teaching.
- Co- Curricular activity for holistic development.
- Continuous examination and evaluation.
- Hand notes, study materials & web links.
- Project Preparation & Seminar.
- Offer Career-Oriented Programs
- Develop Professional and Life Skills
- Promote Intellectually Stimulating Environment
List of Core Courses and Electives
Core Courses (CC)
CC–1: Introduction to Education
CC–2: History of Indian Education
CC–3: Psychological Foundation of Education
CC–4: Philosophical Foundation of Education
CC–5: Sociological Foundation of Education
CC–6: Educational Organization, Management and Planning
CC–7: Guidance and Counselling
CC–8: Technology in Education
CC–9: Curriculum Studies
CC–10: Inclusive Education
CC–11: Measurement and Evaluation in Education
CC–12: Statistics in Education
CC–13: Psychology of Adjustment
CC–14: Basic Concept of Educational Research
Discipline Specific Course ( DSE)
DSE-1: Peace and Value Education
Or DSE-1: Life Skill Education
Or DSE-1: Human Rights Education
Or DSE-2: Population Education
Or DSE-2: Teacher Education
Or DSE-2: Education for Sustainable Development
DSE-3: Open and Distance Learning
Or DSE-3: Contemporary issues in Education
Or DSE 3: Educational Thought of Great Educators
DSE-4: Women Education
Or DSE-4: Music and Fine arts in Education
Or DSE-4: Project Work
Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)
SEC-1: Communication Skill
Or SEC-1: Skill for Democratic Citizenship
Or SEC–1: Yoga Education
SEC-2: Computer Application in Education
Or SEC-2: Special Education
Or SEC-2: Gender and Society
Generic Electives (GE)
[Interdisciplinary for other Department]
GE-1 : Educational Psychology
Or GE-1 : Educational Sociology
Or GE-1 : History of Education in India
GE-2 : Yoga Education
Or GE-2: Current Issues in Indian Education
Or GE-2 : Psychology of Mental Health and Hygiene
GE-3 : Education of Children with Special Needs
Or GE-3: Environmental Education
GE-4: Value Based Education
Or GE-3: Introduction to Distance Education
General or Pass
List of Core and Electives
Core Course (CC)
DSC-1A(CC-1): Principles of Education
DSC-2A(CC-2): Educational Psychology
DSC-3A(CC-3): Educational Sociology
DSC-4A(CC-4): History of Education in India
Discipline Specific Electives (DSE)
DSE-1A: Great Educator
Or DSE-1A : Women Education
Or DSE-1A: Educational Technology
DSE-1B: Inclusive Education
Or DSE-1B: Guidance and Counseling
Or DSE-1B: Project work.
Skill Enhancement Course (SEC)
SEC-1: Measurement and Evaluation in Education
Or SEC-1: Value Education
SEC-2: Educational Guidance and Counseling
Or SEC-2: Computer Application in Education
SEC-3: Yoga Education
Or SEC-3: Distance Education
SEC-4: Education of Children with Special Needs
Or SEC-4: Mental Health Education
Generic Elective (GE)
[Interdisciplinary for other department]
GE-1: Mental Health and Hygiene Or GE-1: Current Issues in Indian Education
GE-2: Environmental Education Or GE-2: Introduction to Distance Education