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Program: Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) Courses in Semester-I

S.No.    Course Title Course Credits Max Marks
1. Childhood and Growing up BED 101 4 Credits 100
2. Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education BED 103 4 Credits 100
3. Language Across the Curriculum BED 105 2 Credits 100
4. Understanding Discipline and Subjects BED 107 2 Credits 100
5. Pedagogy of a School Subject-(1) BED 115 - 149 4 Credits 100
6. School Organisation and Management BED 109 2 Credits 100
7 Understanding the Self BED 155 2 Credits 100
8 PSE (Preliminary School Engagement ) BED 157 2 Credits 100


Preliminary School Engagement (PSE-1) (2 Weeks)

  1. Writing a reflective journal on observation of regular class room teaching with respect to pedagogical practices and class room management techniques used by the teachers.
  2. Reflection on roles and responsibilities of different school staff and Critical study of the infrastructural facilities, namely Library, Laboratories, Playground, Canteen, Sports facilities, Seminar Halls, Auditorium etc which are available in the school.
  3. The Student- teacher shall also undertake the field activities pertaining to the practicals during this period.

Semester II

S.No. Course Title Course Code Credits Max Marks
1. Learning and Teaching BED 102 4 Credits 100
2. Knowledge & Curriculum: Perspectives in Education (Part-I) BED 104 2 Credits 100
3. Assessment of Learning BED 106 4 Credits 100
4. Pedagogy of School Subject-(2) BED115-149 4 Credits 100
5. Teacher as a Counsellor BED 108 2 Credits 100
6 Drama and Art in Education BED 152 2 Credits 100
7 Critical Understanding of ICT BED 154 2 Credits 100
8 PSE- II BED156 2 Credits 100

*In a practical one credit is equivalent to two hours of teaching.

Preliminary School Engagement PSE-2 (2 weeks)

  1. Organization of Co-curricular activities by pupil teachers by assisting and participating in the organization of the same and recording experiences of the same in a reflective journal.
  2. Writing a reflective journal on the problems faced by teachers in assessment through the scheme of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation by observing the teachers evaluating students and engaging with them to know their problems with respect to implementation of the scheme in their school.
  3. The student teacher shall also undertake the field activities pertaining to the practicals during this period.


Sr.No Course Code Course Title Credits Max Marks
1. BED251 Internship-I 9 credits 100
2. BED253 Internship-II 9 credits 100
Total 200

This semester shall entail a field engagement of 16 weeks wherein the first week will be exclusively dedicated to observing a regular classroom with a regular teacher and would include peer observations, teacher observations and observations of interns' lessons by faculty.
In the next 15 weeks of internship the student teacher shall be engaged in teaching experience wherein the aim shall be meaningful and holistic engagement including the writing of reflective journals. This shall be enriched through extended discussions with peers and faculty on different aspects of the teaching experience accompanied by presentations post the internship in schools.


MM: (200Marks)
18 Credits
Simulated Teaching 20
Discussion Lessons (2 Lessons in each pedagogy course) 40
Total 4 Discussion Lessons (10x4)
50 Lesson Plans (in each pedagogy course) (25x2) 50
Achievement Test Report (ATR )(In one subject) 20
Two  Lessons to be Delivered in each pedagogy course 40
through the use of Multimedia (10x4=40)
Use of Teaching Learning Material in Classroom Discourse 20
( including teaching aids and reference material )
Peer Group observation 10


Sr. No
Course Title
Course Code Credits Max Marks
1 Gender, School and Society BED210 4 Credits 100
2 Knowledge and Curriculum: BED212 2 Credits 100
Perspectives in Education (Part-II)
3 Creating an Inclusive School BED214 4 Credits 100
4 Optional course(any one) BED216 4 Credits 100
1. Guidance & Counselling
2. Value Education BED218
3. Health & Physical Education BED220
4. Adult & Population Education BED222
5. Peace Education BED224
6. Work Education BED226
7. Education of the Marginalised Groups BED228
8. Environmental Education BED230
9. School Leadership BED232
10. Life Skills Education BED234
5 Reflection on School Experience BED258 2 Credits 100
6 Reading and Reflecting on texts BED260 2 Credits 100

*In a practical one credit is equivalent to two hours of teaching.


Teaching of Hindi BED115
Teaching of Sanskrit BED117
Teaching of English BED119
Teaching of Punjabi BED121
Teaching of Urdu BED123
Teaching of Mathematics BED125
Teaching of Social Sciences BED127
Teaching of Home Science BED129
Teaching of Accountancy BED131
Teaching of Business Studies BED133
Teaching of Political Science BED135
Teaching of Economics BED137
Teaching of Geography BED139
Teaching of History BED141
Teaching of Integrated Science BED143
Teaching of Physics BED145
Teaching of Chemistry BED147
Teaching of Biology BED149

* The Pedagogy of School subject is offered in Semester I and II .The allocation of the same in Semester I and II shall be worked out by the respective institutions looking at the choice of pedagogy subjects of the students enrolled in a particular institution.


Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4
22 credits
22 credits
18 credits
18 credits
80 Credits



      (a)       The Two year B.Ed. Programme is of 80 credits; the student shall have to earn all the credits.
      (b)       In a Four credit course, three credits are assigned for theory and one credit for practical assignments or field work
      (c)        In a two Credit course, one credit is assigned for theory and one credit for practical assignments or field work.
      (d)       In a theory course, one credit is equivalent to one hour of teaching
      (e)       In the practical course, one credit is equivalent to two hours of engagement in teaching and learning.
      (f)        Each student shall be required to appear for examination in the entire course.
      (g)       For theory courses, breakup of marks is given under;
                        (i)         100 marks-    75 Theory Exam
                        (ii)        15 Practical Assignments / Field Engagement -10 Minor.
      (h)       For a Practical course, the ratio of External and Internal marks is 60:40.
      (j)         For passing in any course, minimum 50% marks are required to be secured.
      (k)        The timetable for the B.Ed. Programme should be prepared in a manner to ensure that it contains at least Thirty-Six working hours per week.

Note: Theory courses and practicum mentioned above are as notified in the Admission Bulletin 2016-18 issued by the GGSIP University. The theory courses and practicum for the year 2017-19, may change subject to the decision of the affiliated university. In case of any change in any of the theory courses and practicum declared by the GGSIP University for the year 2017-19. The B. Ed, as course in Army Institute of Education will be run as per the new theory courses and practicum laid down by the University for Admission to the B. Ed. Course for the year 2017-19.  

Programme Transaction

The B.Ed. programme involves lectures, discussions, tutorials, school-based experiences, workshop experiences, psychology practical, visual education, community work and co-curricular activities including physical education. Major component of this programme is Preliminary School Experience (PSE) which is organized in schools chosen by the Institute for the purpose.

The institute organizes personality development programme, seminars, symposia and workshops for academic excellence and encourages participation of its students in cultural activities for a multidimensional growth of their personality.  Ample opportunities for working with the community instill a sense of social concern. Co-curricular activities provide opportunities for exposure to the diverse spectrum of the Indian socio-cultural life.
Besides aiming at academic excellence, the institute also gives due attention in instilling social sensitivity and develop cultural affinity in its students.

Educational excursion is organized at least once during the programme, the expenditure is borne by the students. Picnic is a regular annual feature of the B Ed Programme. Subject projects and field trips are arranged periodically for supplementing and supporting academics. Participation by the students in the educational excursion, field trips, annual picnic and other field visits organized by the institute from time to time is mandatory.


The working day timings for students are from 0900 hrs to 1700 hrs. The institute functions six days a week. The students are expected to remain in the college campus all through the institute working hours. During the Teaching Practice days and School Experience Programme, students are expected to be in their practice teaching school as per the school timings.   

Medium of Instructions

The medium of instruction in Army Institute of Education is English.


The students are expected to attend the classes and other activities regularly. Under unavoidable circumstances prior permission for leave is essential.  Leave applications addressed to the Principal are routed through the concerned tutor/ mentor or school supervisor. The university rules require a minimum of 90% attendance in theory, practical, tutorials and other activities.