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CCEW

B.Ed.

One-year Bachelor of Education Program at Chitkara College of Education for Women

Chitkara College of Education for Women (CCEW)—established in 2003—is approved by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), Jaipur and duly recognized by the Punjab State Government. It is affiliated to Chitkara University (CU), Punjab and accredited ‘A’ Grade with a CGPA of 3.14 on a four-point scale by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore.

At CCEW, it is our aim to provide an exemplary stepping stone to budding teachers for their future success. We do this by providing them firm grounding in requisite skills and knowledge that, we believe, will result in them striving for teaching excellence, and in becoming exceptional leaders who will transform the realm of education.

The recent times have witnessed an information explosion of sorts, caused by rapid innovations in the systems of exchange of information and generation of knowledge. Consequently, modern-day educators are concentrating on multiple ways to impart learning to students—a distinct shift from the traditional teacher-supported methodology.

ACADEMIC FRAMEWORK

The College follows the annual system of examination for the one-year B.Ed. Program. The structural layout of the Program and its courses follow a module system and require that each course be divided in lecture sessions. The duration of each session, as given in the column against the course, in the course scheme is 55 minutes.

COURSE SCHEME

Subject Code Credit Details(L+T+P) Credits External Marks Internal Marks
Contemporary Issues & Concerns in Education EDL2102 2+0+0 2 50 50
Learner and Learning EDL2103 2+0+0 2 50 50
Teaching Learning process EDL2104 2+0+0 2 50 50
Guidance and Counselling EDL2105 2+0+0 2 50 50
Educational Evaluation EDL2106 2+0+0 2 50 50
Education and Development EDL2107 2+0+0 2 50 50
Inclusive Education EDP1101 0+2+0 1 - 50
School Organisation and Management EDP1102 0+2+0 1 - 50
Language Proficiency EDA5101 2+2+0 3 - 50
ICT Skill Development EDA5102 2+2+0 3 - 50
Total Credits in Part I 20
Total Marks for compulsory papers 300 500
Subject Code Credit Details(L+T+P) Credits External Marks Internal Marks
Teaching of Hindi** EDL41E1 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Punjabi** EDL41E2 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of English** EDL41E3 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Social Studies** EDL41E4 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Mathematics** EDL41E5 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Commerce** EDL41E6 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Economics** EDL41E7 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Science** EDL41E8 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Music** EDL41E9 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Home Science** EDL41E10 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Computer EDL41E11 4+0+0 4 100
Education**
Teaching of History** EDL41E12 4+0+0 4 100 50
Teaching of Geography** EDL41E13 4+0+0 4 50
Teaching of Physical Education** EDL41E14 4+0+0 4 100 50
Total Credits in two teaching subjects for one student 8
Total marks for teaching subjects (theory) 200 100
Skill in Teaching I

EDP201P1

20 50 100
Skill in Teaching II

EDP201P2

20 50 100
Co-curricular Activities EDGES1101 1 - -
Community Work EDCS2101 1 - -
Total marks for degree 70 Credits 600 800
1400

Note: ** Elective

Students are required to take two teaching subjects from the fourteen elective teaching subjects. The options will be based on the subjects studied by the student in graduation/ post-graduation and state norms.

Skill in Teaching (Practical)

Internal assessment: 200 marks
External assessment: 100 marks
Total: 300 marks

Session Work (for internal assessment)

  • Micro teaching
  • Five micro lessons in each teaching subject
    10 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 20 marks
  • Preparation of teaching aids
    Preparation of five teaching aids—PPT, transparency, model (static/dynamic), chart, real objects—in each subject.
    10 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 20 marks
  • Simulated teaching and peer observations
    Twenty per teaching subject
    20 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 40 marks
  • Team teaching
    One topic of each teaching subject
    2 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 4 marks
  • Observation of demonstration lessons
    Three per subject
    3 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 6 marks
  • Teaching practice and lesson planning
    Thirty per teaching subject
    30 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 60 marks
  • Discussion – I
    12 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 24 marks
  • Discussion – II
    13 marks x 2 teaching subjects = 26 marks

External Exam

  • Final skill in teaching – I
  • 50 marks
  • Final skill in teaching – II
  • 50 marks

The mediums of examination are English, Hindi and Punjabi. The student can opt for any one from the three.

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