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Duration: B.Ed course is a whole time course of one academic years duration. The academic session generally starts from 1st of October every year and the Annual Examination is conducted by the University. Each student admitted in the College will have to devote his/ her whole time in studies as a regular student and shall not engage himself/ herself in any business or profession during this period as it is likely to interfere with his/her studies in the college.

Statuetes Governing B.Ed Examination: The B.Ed Examination shall be open to any person who

I. Has been on the rolls of the affiliated college for one academic session.
II. Has his/her name submitted to the controller of Examination by the Principal of the College.
III. Has completed 75% of attendance in each paper/subject.

a. Provided that any candidate who participates in Inter-University or Inter-College sports Tournament of NCC may be for the purpose of condoning deficiency n attendance incurred by him/her for which participation be treated as present for his/her absence caused for a period not exceeding 15 working days in an academic year. Provided further that the principal of the college shall have authority to condone shortage upto 5 lectures in one or more subjects in exceptional cases only. The students falling short of required number of attendance beyond 5 lectures and those whose deficiency is not condoned by the Principal under the authority vested in him by this statute shall not be permitted to appear in Bi-annual /supplementary Examination provided they remained in the rolls of the college as regular student and attend four times the number of lectures by which they fall short in the subject (s).

 

b. Provided they remain on the rolls of the constituent college as regular students and attend 75% of the lectures delivered from the date of next classification or the date on which they have joined, whichever is earlier upto the commencement of the Bi-annual/supplementary examination. Provided they remain on the rolls of the college as the regular student must attend four times by number of lectures by which they fall short in the paper/papers. Provides further that the number of lectures they attend is not less than the number of lectures by which they fall short in paper/papers.

c. Provided also that no condemnation whatsoever shall be allowed for deficiency in lectures for admission to the Bi-annual/supplementary Examination until have given lessons in an approved practicing school consisting of:

i) 15 Micro Lesson
ii) Preparation of Teaching Aids
iii) 20 Supervised macro lessons
iv) 2 Critism lessons
v) Observation of 20 lessons
vi) Internship
vii) Co-curricular activities

 

d. Of having satisfactorily performed the work in the class. In order to pass the Examination, a candidate shall be required to obtain.

1. Not less than 36% marks in each theory paper separately in the written test ( theory) and sessional award and
2. Not less than 45% marks in practical of Teaching separately in sessional work and external examination. Provided that a candidate who appears in the examination as a whole and falls in one or more than one papers by deficiency of not than 1% of the maximum marks of all the papers in which he/she appears shall be declared to have passed the examination.

Practice of Teaching Programme: The practice of teaching shall be done through Micro and Macro lessons to be delivered by the pupil teachers.. The practical of teaching shall carry 300 marks, out of which 150 marks shall be reserved for internal marks shall be as under:

i) 15 Micro Lessons - 30 Marks
ii) Preparation of Teaching Aids - 10 Marks
iii) 20 Supervised Macro Lessons - 50 Marks
iv) 2 Criticism Lessons - 10 Marks
v) Observation of 20 Lessons - 10 marks
vi) Internship - 30 Marks
vii) Co-curricular activities - 10 Marks
Total - 150

 

The Micro-Lessons are preparatory and are to be prepared and delivered for three different skills prior to the commencement of Macro-Lessons. Any three skills can be chosen for developing competence in teaching. These skills are:

a. Re-inforcement
b. Stimulus variation
c Questioning
d. Explanation
e. Illustration with examples and visuals

The pupil teacher are required to prepare and deliver 5 lessons on each of the above three skills . Each pupil teacher will have to maintain a notebook having in it the whole record of 15 Micro –Lessons, 20 Macro-Lessons, 2 Criticism lessons and 20 Observations lessons in addition to the two final lessons to be delivered at the time of Final Examination.

Rules Regarding Discipline, leave, Absence etc:

1. During the period of training , a college student is expected to maintain and give proof of a high standard of discipline and sense of responsibility.
2. No student shall be allowed to take part in any anti-national, anti-social and subversive activity which may go against the interest of the Institution.
3. A Pupil Teacher shall not accept or retain full-time or part-time job during the training period in this institution.
4. A person so long as he is a student of B.Ed course shall not be permitted to attend any other course of instruction or appear in any other examination of this university or any other university. Provided further that a candidate who has been placed under compartment or has to appear in one or more papers/subjects of an examination other than that of the faculty of education, shall not fall under the purview of this statute.
5. A student who remains absent from the classes for 15 days without permission is liable to be struck off from the rolls of the college.
6. Any kind of leave to be availed of must be got sanctioned before hand.
7. Smoking in the college is strictly prohibited. Any student found making use of drugs or intoxicants shall be liable to be expelled from the college
8. Taking part in the college functions/cultural activities and sports shall be compulsory. Any violation will be viewed seriously.
9. It being a co-educational institution, both the sexes are enjoined upon to exhibit exemplary moral conduct and behavior. Any deviation will be strictly dealt with.
10. The syllabi, and courses of study , as also the regulations and statutes governing the admission, eligibility, practice of teaching and examination etc as prescribed by the University of Jammu from time to time for the B.Ed course shall be strictly binding on all the students of the college.
11. College Uniform: All the students admitted into the college shall have to wear the college uniform on specified days, special functions and during the practice of Teaching. The prescribed uniform is as under:
Girls: Pink suit with Pink Dupatta & Black Sweater.
Boys: Grey Trousers, White Shirt & Black Sweater
12. Any student found indulging in undesirable activities prejudicial to the interests of the college and the Management , shall be removed from the rolls of the college without any prior notice. The punishment will be decided by the Principal whose decision and authority shall be final and binding.
13. Visitors: Visitors are not normally allowed to meet the trainees during college hours. However in case of an emergency, the parents and guardians can see the Principal from 11 AM to 1 PM.
14. Students and Guardians are advised to read these rules carefully. After the Admission, it will be taken for granted that all rules have been read by them. No excuse whatsoever will be entertained in this respect later on.
15. The Institution reserves the right to add or delete any rule in the interest and welfare of the Institution and students.

Library Rules: K.C College of Education has well furnished Library with books covering a large variety of subjects such as Education in Emerging Indian Society, Psychology of teaching-learning process, School Management and pedagogic of education, Development of Educational System in India, books on different aspects of education, teaching subjects and subjects of general interest. Important Educational Journals, Magazines and Periodicals are subscribed to by the college. There is also a Reference section. There is a well furnished reading room which can accommodate 50 students at a time. The students have to observe the following rules:

1. One student can borrow two books at a time for five days. A fine Rs. 2/- per day per book will be imposed for the late returns of books.
2. Periodicals, journals, encyclopedias and reference books shall not be removed from the library and can be studied only in the Library.
3. The students shall have to produce their identity cards for the issuance of books.
4. The Working hours of the library will be the same as the working hours of the college. The Library and the Reading Room shall remain open during the vacation.
5. All library books shall have to be returned after the completion of the Academic Session. Every students shall have to produce a “No Demand Certificate” from the librarian to get the Roll No. Slip pertaining to the Final Examination.
6. The students should point out the damage that might already have been caused to book at the time of issue otherwise he/she will be responsible for the damage.
7.No outsider can enter any section of the library without proper permission.
8. Any student found guilty of damaging, scrapping , tearing or misusing the books shall be penalized according to the report of the Enquiry committee constituted for the disposal of such cases.
9. Any student who does not return the book and reports the loss of the books to the librarian shall have to pay double the cost of the book in cash.

Hostel Rules and Regulation: The college is committed to provide hostel facilities to female pupil teachers only. The accommodation in the hostel being limited, the application for the allotment of seats should be made as soon as admission in the college has been secured.

1.Every student shall to stay in the allotted room. No change shall be allowed without the prior permission of the hostel warden.
2. Every hostler will be provided with a bed, almirah, a reading table and chair.
3. No hostler shall cause any damage to the building or the furniture provided to her. Any damage caused shall have to be made good by the defaulter.
4. No student should leave the hostel without the permission of the warden.
5. No guest or parents are allowed to stay in the hostel.
6. Every hostler shall take care of cleanliness of the room and the hostel premises.
7. All mess charges are to be paid in advance .
8. Unauthorized absence from the hostel may invite heavy fine or even expulsion.
9. On Sundays and other holidays, the students should remain within the hostel premises.
10. All boarders are expected to observe discipline and not to cause any disturbance to the other hostellers.
11. During summer vacation or winter break, every hostler must deposit the keys to the hostel warden.
12. No hostler shall be allowed to indulge in ragging of another hostler. Violation may lead to expulsion from the hostel.

 

Scheme of Examination and Courses of study: The examination shall be held in two pasts

Part-I Theory 700 Marks
Part-II Practice of Teaching 300 Marks

Paper setting: The question paper in each subject will contain two question from each unit ( total ten question) and the candidates will be required to attempt one question from each unit ( total question to be attempted will be five) i.e. there will be internal choice within each unit will carry 20% weightage i.e. 16 marks each.

Schedule of Examination: The Annual Examination for the Degree of Bachelor of Education shall be held in July / August or any other date prescribed by the University of Jammu.

 
   
   
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