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The Oxford College of Education is recognized by the Government of Karnataka, affiliated to Bangalore University and Approved by the National Council for Teacher Education.

Duration of the course and medium of instruction:
  1. The duration of study of B.Ed. semester course shall extend over a period of one academic year of TWO semesters. The duration of first semester shall be of 16 weeks and second semester shall be of 22 weeks ( 204 working days).
  2. Minimum duration for practice teaching shall be of SIX weeks which excludes programmes like micro teaching, simulated teaching and practice of communication skills.
  3. The college shall provide instructions in both Kannada and English medium separately in all subjects provided the total strength of students in such class is more than 40. However, English and/or Kannada shall be generally the medium of instruction for content cum methods of teaching school subjects.
  4. Student-teachers shall opt English or Kannada medium for teaching practice irrespective of their medium of instruction opted for theory papers in the university examinations.
  5. Student-teachers shall opt either English or Kannada medium to write their I semester and II semester examinations irrespective of their medium selected for theory classes and teaching practice.
ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
Candidate should have passed 3 years B.A./B.Sc. Degree Examination form any recognized university with a minimum 50% of marks in aggregate (45% marks in case of SC/ST, Category-1 and Physically Handicapped candidates) under 10+2+3 pattern of educaation in all the subjects including languages with English as one of the language.
  1. He/She has studied at least any one of the following languages: Kannada, English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Marathi, and Sanskrit.
  2. Any two of the following Electives: History, Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Economics, Philosophy, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Mathematics, Kannada, English, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Sanskrit, Microbiology, Bio-technology, Computer Science, Electronics, Statistics.
Subject of study
The B.Ed Degree Course (semester system) shall consist the following theory and practicum parts. Practicum I&II shown in first and second semesters include practice in teaching CCM-I and CCM-II and other related assignments as per the scheme of examination shown below.

FIRST SEMESTER
Paper
Title of the Paper

Hours/week

Max.Marks

Total Marks

Internal External
C-1
Education in Emerging India 4 20 80 100
C-2
Fundamentals of Educational psychology 4 20 80 100
C-3
Secondary Education in India 4 20 80 100
M-1
C.C.M. of Teaching School Subject-I 6 20 80 100
M-2
C.C.M. of Teaching School Subject-II 6 20 80 100
C-4
Information & Communication Technology 3 10 40 50
(i)
CCM-I-Practicum 4 25 - 25
(ii)
CCM-II-Practicum 4 25 - 25
 
Total
35 160 440 600

SECOND SEMESTER

Paper
Title of the Paper

Hours/week

Max.Marks

Total Marks

Internal External
C-5
School Management 5 20 80 100
C-6
Psychology of Learning & Instruction 4 20 80 100
M-1
C.C.M. of Teaching School Subject-I 6 20 80 100
M-2
C.C.M. of Teaching School Subject-II 6 20 80 100
C-7
Education & National Concern 3 10 40 50
(i)
CCM-I-Practicum 5 125 - 125
(i)
CCM-II-Practicum 5 125 - 125
(ii)
Practical Examinations (I & II)     50+50 100
 
Total
35 340 460 800


Methods of Teaching
The following content cum methods of teaching school subjects shall be provided in the college :

  1. English & History and Civics
  2. Kannada & History and Civics
  3. Physics & Mathematics
  4. Biological Sciences & Chemistry
  5. English / Kannada & Geography
  6. Geography & History and Civics
Attendance
A Student-teacher must have 80% of attendance in each semester in all theory papers and practicum. Attendance shortage to the extent of 5% can be condoned by the university on the recommendation of the concerned Principal of the college charging with a penalty of Rs. 300/- per subject in the case of theory papers and Rs. 300/- in the case of shortage of attendance to the extent of 5% in teaching practice.

Submission of Records

A Student- teacher must submit all Assignments I and II to qualify himself/herself for appearing 2nd semester examination. Those who do not submit are not eligible to take-up examinations.
Submission of assignments, appearing for class-tests and participation in practical activities such as Micro-teaching, Communication skills, Seminars, Workshops conducted by the college in respect of core-papers, CCM papers, participation in Community Living Camp ,. Educational tour and Field trips are compulsory. Those who fail to do so are not eligible for appearing I and II semester examinations.

Teaching Practice

Every student-teacher shall prepare 12+1 lesson plans in each C.C.M. of teaching which are to be guided and approved by the concerned method master. The marks of best 5 lessons could be taken for awarding marks to practice in teaching.


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