Courses Offered By Us 

Name of the course

Duration

Approved intake

D.El.Ed.

2YEARS

-

B.Ed.

2YEARS

-

Integrated B.A B.Ed.

4YEARS

-

 

Admission criteria for B.Ed. Program

Any candidate who has obtained 50% marks in Bachelor Degree /Master’s Degree in Science/Social Science/Humanities or Bachelor's in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks are eligible for admission in B.Ed Programme. For admission, the Institution follows the prevalent rules as prescribed by The NCTE Regulations, 2014(published in The Gazette of India: Extraordinary, Part -III, Sec-4, dated 01.12.2014). Mode of admission is based on the total score obtained from his/ her Secondary, H.S, Graduation and Post-Graduation. Relaxation of the percentage of marks for reserved category candidate will be as per State Govt, rules. Intake capacity is as per NCTE, State Govt. & other statutory bodies.
 

Admission criteria for D.El.Ed Program

1. Should be an Indian citizen.
 
2.Should pass the H.S (+2) Examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board/Council/University with at least 50% marks in the aggregate/aggregate of the best five. There is, however, a relaxation of 5% marks for the applicants belonging to SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PH/Ex-Serviceman categories. Where there is no aggregate marks, 50% / 45% of the total of the best five scores excluding EVS (where it is not an elective subject) for eligibility will be counted.
 
3.Should not be above 35 years of age (40 years of age for SC/ST/PH and 38 years for OBC-A & OBC-B) as on 01.07.2017.
 
  • Note 1 : This upper age limit is not applicable for the in-service teachers, appointed before 03.09.2001.
  • Note 2 : Ex-Serviceman-candidates shall get the benefit of age relaxation as per rules.
 
4. Must have studied and passed at the Higher Secondary level Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali as a compulsory subject, carrying the weightage of 100 marks for admission to Bengali/Hindi/Urdu/Nepali medium Institutions (as the case may be). Must have studied English of 100 marks as the Second/other language.
 
5. Reservation of seats shall be made as per the State Government norms.
 
6. For Vocational-course-pass applicants :
 
  • 1. 4% (i.e. two out of fifty) of the seats shall be earmarked for applicants coming from the Vocational Stream Course (+2 Level) under any recognized Board/University/Council or its equivalent, regardless of categories.

 

  • 2. Such vocational-course-pass applicants must have studied at least two languages including English at the +2-stage.
 
  • 3. Such vocational-course-pass applicants should score at least 50% marks at the +2-stage.
 
  • 4. Such vocational-course-pass applicants, however, shall not be eligible for other seats under any condition of backwardness or physical disability.
 
7. In-service teachers, appointed before 03-09-2001, should be allowed to submit online applications up to 58 years of age. 5(five) seats in D.I.E.Ts, Govt./Govt. Sponsored/Govt. Aided Primary Teachers' Traning Intitutes will be kept reserved for in-service primary teachers, appointed before 03.09.2001 and having 50% or 45% (as the case may be) at the H.S (+2) Examination. Such teachers will have to be duly by the competent authority. In case of non-availability of such candidates the seats shall be filled up from among the merit listed (wait-listed) candidates in order of merit as per reservation rules.
 
8. Ten (10) percent of the total intake of a Self-financed Non-Government unaided Institution shall be reserved under ‘Management Quota’. No such reservation will be there in case of a Government/Government Sponsored/Govt. Aided institution. In case of such reservations, admission procedures and other terms and conditions for admission, as prescribed, should also be maintained strictly. A separate merit list for this category will be prepared and maintained.
 
9. Calculation of Merit : The name of the examination should be Higher Secondary or as mentioned in the Mark-sheet of other recognized Boards or Councils. The total marks obtained should be the aggregate of the best five, where applicable, including First or Second Language or both (as the case may be) but excluding EVS (where it is not an elective subject).
 
[For example: A student has passed the Higher Secondary Examination with following scores:
Language I – 60
Language II – 81
Political Science – 68
Geography – 82
History – 62
EVS – 88 (not an Elective Subject)
 
Now the calculation of percentage shall be made on the basis of the best five scores, e.g. {(82+81+74+68+62)/5} = 367/5 = 73.4% Notable: The marks of EVS which is not an Elective Subject, has not been taken for calculation of percentage. 
 
  • Note : For determination of minimum eligibility the Grand Total marks (where applicable) will be converted into percentage. In such cases 500 (five hundred) or 450 (four hundred fifty) (as the case may be) out of 1000 (one thousand) shall mean 50 percent or 45 percent respectively.
 

Admission Procedure : D.El.Ed.

Eligibility and admission procedure of admission to Two Year D.El.Ed. Course (Regular / Face to face mode) for the session 2017-2019

  • Should be an Indian.
  • Should pass the H.S (+2) Examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board/Council/University with at least 50% marks in the aggregate/aggregate of the best five. There is, however, a relaxation of 5% marks for the applicants belonging to SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B/PH/Ex-Serviceman categories. Where there is no aggregate marks, 50% / 45% of the total of the best five scores excluding EVS (where it is not an elective subject) for eligibility will be counted.
  •  

* The process of on-line application will remain open upto 20.07.2017.

* The Heads of the respective Institutions will submit the verified and authenticated applications (downloaded & printed) to the Board latest by 25.07.2017.

* The Board will approve the Merit Lists between 26.07.2017 and 29.07.2017.

* The process of admission as per the Approved List should be completed between 31.07.2017 & 02.08.2017.

* Classes of the new Session must start on and from 03.08.2017.

* The Heads of the respective TEIs subsequently updated are requested to contact with the Board for their secret User Id & Password on 17.07.2017.

Applicants are requested to check his/her application details carefully before making payment. There is no scope of rectification once payment made.

 

 

Academic Calender B.Ed

The duration of this program is two academic years consisting of four semesters. The academic year shall commence from July 1st of every year. Each semester is roughly of 6 months duration including regular classes, assignments, practice teaching and examinations. The program structure is as follows :

 

Semester

Duration (Tentative)

Activities

I

1st July to 31st December (1st Year)

 

v  1st July to 30th November

Theory Class, Engagement with Field and EPC 1

v  1st December to 15th December

Examination: Theory, Engagement with Field and EPC 1 Practical

v  16th December to 31st December

Evaluation and Publication  of Result (Semester Break for the Students)

II

1st January to 30th June (1st Year)

 

v  1st January to 15th April

Theory Class, Engagement with Field and EPC 2

v  16th April to 15th May

Teaching Internship (No External Evaluation)

v  16th May to 31st May

Sharing the Experience with the Teacher Educators and engage with other Co-curricular activities

v  1st June to 15th June

Examination: Theory, Engagement with Field and EPC 2 Practical

v  16th June to 30th June

Evaluation and Publication  of Result (Semester Break for the Students)

III

1st July to 31st December (2nd Year)

 

v  1st July to 30th July

Theory Class, Orientation in College for Pedagogy files of School subjects and Internship Teaching Skills.

v  1st August to 30th November

Four months school Internship

v  1st December to 15th December

Evaluation of School Internship

v  16th December to 31st December

Evaluation and Publication  of Result (Semester Break for the Students)

IV

1st January to 30th June December (2nd Year)

 

v  1st January to 31st May

Theory Class including Optional course, EPC 3 and EPC 4, Engagement with field

v  1st June to 15th June

Examination: Theory, Engagement with Field and EPC 3 & 4 Practical

v  16th June to 30th June

Evaluation and Publication  of Result (Semester Break for the Students)

 

Course Structure : D.El.Ed

 

Course Structure Part-1 (First Year)

Total Mark: 700 (External: 450; Internal: 250)

Total Hours: Theory 45hrs; Practical 180 hrs

Area

Course Code

Name

Marks

Total Credits

Term End Evaluation

Internal Evaluation

   

Core

CC-01

Child Studies

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

Compulsory Pedagogic Subject (CPS)

CPC-1

Language(L1)

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

CPC-2

Language(L2)

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

CPC-3

Mathematics

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

CPC-4

Environmental Science

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

PRACTICUM

P-1

Pre-Internship (Process Based Teaching-Learning Skill Enhancement)

100

6

3

3

50

(by external)

(16x55kills)

50 (by internal) Minimum 30 days

P-2

Creative Drama, Fine Arts, Physical and Health Education

100

6

3

3

50

(by External)

50

(by Internal)

TOTAL

   

700

42

26

16

   

 

Course Structure for Part-2 (Second Year)

Total Mark: 700 (External: 310; Internal: 390)

Total Hours: Theory- 270hrs; Practical- 330 hrs

 

Area

Course Code

Name

Marks

Total Credits

Term End Evaluation

Internal Evaluation

   

Core

CC-02

Educational Studies

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

Core

CC-03

Contemporary Studies

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

Core

CC-04

Pedagogy Across Curriculum

100

6(4+2)

4

2

   

Core

CC-05

Computer Application in Education

100

6(4+2)

-

6

   

PRACTICUM

P-3

School Internship including practice teaching

200

10

5(By External)

5(By Internal)

Minimum 45days

 

P-4

*School Based Activities: Physical, Emotional Health Education.

100

6

 

6(By Internal)

   

TOTAL

   

700

40

17

23

   

 

Note : The school-based-activities (P-4) for the student-teachers will start in the month 0f January in the first year of the course and go on till March. During this period, the learners will go to the selected and allotted school and interact with the students and management of the schools in terms of the activities, mentioned in our course. The performance of the student teachers thereon each of the activities will have to be submitted in the second year for internal evaluation only.

 

Course Structure : B.Ed

SEMESTER-WISE DETAILS CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PATTERN:

1st Year

 

Semester-I: Full Marks: 500 (Credit - 20)

Course Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Class Teaching Hours

Internship

Internal Assessment Weightage (in %)

External Assessment Weightage (in %)

1.1.1

Childhood and Growing Up

50+50

4

64

-

30

70

1.1.2

Contemporary India and Education

50+50

4

64

-

30

70

1.1.4

Language across the Curriculum

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.1.5

Understanding Disciplines and

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.1.     EPC1

Reading and Reflecting on Text

25

1

16

-

60

40

Practicum/ Hands on Experience/ Students Activity/Seminar/Workshop/etc.

Engagement with the Field (Credit-7) (Marks = 175) (224 Hours)

Childhood and Growing Up (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Contemporary India and Education (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Language across the Curriculum (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

Understanding Disciplines and Subjects (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

Reading and Reflecting on Text (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

 

NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal-60%, External-40%)

 

 

Semester-II: Full Marks: 500 (Credit - 20)

Course Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Class Teaching Hours

Internship

Internal Assessment Weightage (in %)

External Assessment Weightage (in %)

1.2.3

Learning and Teaching

50+50

4

64

-

30

70

1.2.7a

Pedagogy of a School Subject-I

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.2.8a

Knowledge and Curriculum-I

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.2.9

Assessment for Learning

50+50

4

64

-

30

70

1.2.     EPC2

Drama and Art in Education

25

1

16

-

60

40

Practicum/ Hands on Experience/ Students Activity/Seminar/Workshop/etc.

Engagement with the Field (Credit-7) (Marks = 175) (224 Hours)

Learning and Teaching (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-I (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

Knowledge and Curriculum-I (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Assessment for Learning (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

Drama and Art in Education (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

 

NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal-60%, External-40%)

                 

 

2nd Year

 

Semester-III: Full Marks: 500 (Credit - 20)

Course Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Class Teaching Hours

Internship

Internal Assessment Weightage (in %)

External Assessment Weightage (in %)

1.3.7b

Pedagogy of a School Subject-II

50

2

32

-

30

70

 

School Internship

350

14

-

64

50

50

Practicum/ Hands on Experience/ Students Activity/Seminar/Workshop/etc.

Engagement with the Field (Credit-4) (Marks = 100) (128 Hours)

Pedagogy of a School Subject-II (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Community-based Activities (Credit-3, Marks = 75)

 

NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal-60%, External-40%)

 

 

Semester-IV: Full Marks: 500 (Credit - 20)

Course Code

Course Name

Marks

Credit

Class Teaching Hours

Internship

Internal Assessment Weightage (in %)

External Assessment Weightage (in %)

1.4.6

Gender School and Society

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.4.8b

Knowledge and Curriculum-II

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.4.10

Creating an Inclusive School

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.4.11

Optional Course*

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.4. EPC3

Critical Understanding of ICT

50

2

32

-

30

70

1.4.     EPC4

Understanding the Self

50

2

32

-

30

70

Practicum/ Hands on Experience/ Students Activity/Seminar/Workshop/etc.

Engagement with Field (Credit-8) (Marks = 200) (256 Hours)

Gender School and Society (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Knowledge and Curriculum-II (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Creating an Inclusive School (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Optional Course* (Credit-1, Marks = 25)

Critical Understanding of ICT (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

Understanding the Self (Credit-2, Marks = 50)

 

NOTE: All practical activities will have both Internal as well as External Assessment (Internal-60%, External-40%)

 

*The Optional Courses are :

1.Vocational/Work Education

2.. Health and Physical Education

3. Peace Education

4. Guidance and Counselling

5. Environmental and Population Education

6. Yoga Education

 

Examination Details : D.El.Ed

 

Examination D. El. Ed
Question Pattern for Written (Theoretical) Examinations

 

  • All theoretical papers for written examinations shall be of 70 marks each. 

 

  • Of these 70 marks 20 shall he kept for Multiple Choice Type Questions with four options. In case of Content & Method papers 20 marks shall be divided into two equal halves of 10 marks, i.e. 10 for contents and 10 for method portion. 

 

  • There will be 10 Very Short Answer ‘type Questions of 2 marks each. Such answers should be written within 25 words.

 

  • There will also be one Essay Type question to be answered within 500 words. For this answer 16 marks will be awarded: Such questions should have a reflective/creative part. Such questions should be from the methodology portion in method papers.

 

  • Apart from these there will be two Short Answer Type Questions of 7 marks each, to be answered within 250 words. 

 

  • In all sections. excepting the MCQ-section, there should be one or two questions in excess of the number which a trainee has to write compulsorily. 

 

 

Sl No.

Type of Questions

Number of Questions to be Answered

Weight Age

Remarks

01

MCQ-Type

20 (out of twenty)

20x1

Four-option-MCQ in Methodology papers 10for content & 10 for method.

02

Very Short Answer Type

10 (out of twelve)

10x2

Answers to be written within 25 words.

03

Short Answer Type

02 (out of three)

07x2

Answers to be written within 250 words.

04

Essay

01 (out of two)

16x1

Answers to be written within 500 words.

 
 
 

Marks-Grade Point Conversion

Range of % of Marks

Grade

Grade Point

Qualitative Evaluation

90 & above

O

9

Outstanding

80-89

E

8

Excellent

70-79

A

7

Extraordinary

60-69

B

6

Very Good

50-59

C

5

Good

40-49

D

4

Average

Below 40

K

Nil

Poor(Not Qualified)

 

Examination Policy : B.Ed

a. Pattern of questions for theoretical examination:

  •  (For 50 marks)

2 marks X 5 Objective type questions (Out of 7)= 10 marks 5 marks X 6 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 8)= 30 marks 10 marks X 1 Essay type question (Out of 3)= 10 marks

 

  • (For 25 Marks)

2 marks X 5 Objective type questions (Out of 7) = 10 marks 5 marks x 3 Short type/Short note questions (Out of 5) = 15 marks

 

b. The Semester examination will be conducted in the combination of Semester l/lll. along with Semester ll/lV (Supplementary) in December and Semester ll/lV along with Semester l/lll (Supplementary) in June of the year.

 

c. Spot evaluation procedures are to be followed for examining the theory course in respective semester and the result for each semester is to be published before commencement of following semester.

 

d. A candidate shall have to clear his B.Ed course of studies within the Six (6) consecutive chances (i.e within three year from his/ her date of admission).

 

e. A candidate shall have to secure 40% marks separately in each course of each Semester to be declared as successful in B.Ed. Examination.

 

f. A Candidate shall have to secure the requisite pass marks (50%) in the theory paper/practicum/viva (in each module) separately.

 

g. A candidate who fails to secure 50% marks in one or two courses in a semester shall be declared as back candidate in that semester.

 

h. A candidate who fails to secure 50% marks in more than two courses in a semester shall be declared as failed in that semester.

 

i. A candidate if failed in a particular semester shall have to appear the whole semester. in case the candidate passes in practicum and viva-voice in any Semester examination then his/her practicum/viva-voice marks may be carried forward.

 

j. A candidate who has duly filled in his examination form and paid the fees, but remain absent in any course(s) of any of the semester examinations will be deemed to have failed in that/those course(s).

 

k. if any candidate does not enrol himself for appearing at any Semester examination he/she shall be deemed to have lost one chance.

 

l.A back paper candidate shall have to clear his/her back course(s) within two more consecutive chances such that his/her total number of appearance in all the semester never be more than six(as stated in 4 b).

 

m. In any stage it is found that the candidate cannot complete all the semesters within stipulated six chances, immediately the candidate will be declared as Disqualified (DSQ) candidate and the candidate shall have to leave or discontinue the course.

 

n. After appearing at any Semester examination, a candidate may opt for cancellation of his/her enrolment at the said examination for which he has to write to the Controller of Examinations through the Head of the Institution to which he is attached within 15 (fifteen) days of completion of theory examination as well as before the publication of the result.

 

o. Each candidate appearing in the B.Ed, examination shall submit the examination form duly filled in together with prescribed fees within stipulated time period before each semester.

 

p. A candidate should get enrolled/registered for the first semester examination. If enrolment/registration is not possible owing to shortage of attendance beyond condonation limit/rules prescribed OR belated joining OR on medical grounds, such candidates are not permitted to proceed to the next semester. Such candidates shall redo the semester in the subsequent term of that semester as a regular student; however, a student of first semester shall be admitted in the second semester, if he/ she has successfully kept the term in first semester.

 

q. The proposed curriculum of B. Ed. programme as per NCTE Regulations, 2014 shall replace the existing content and structure of B. Ed. programme.

 

r. Notwithstanding anything covered in the above regulations, Hon'ble Vice

 

Chancellor shall have the authority to exercise his/her decretory power from time to time.

 

School Internship:

 

  • No external evaluation during the Internship of one month (2nd semester)
  • In 3rd Semester 150 marks to be awarded by University appointed External Examiner.
  • Internal Evaluation 150 marks (Method teacher-100, Principal/Head of the Institution-50)
  • Files/ report submitted-50. Both external and internal examiners shall sign the files and evaluation will be made by them with equal weightage.

 

Six point grading system for evaluation is adopted, which is as follows :

 

Performance

%

Letter Grade

Grade Points

Excellent

90-100

A

5

Very Good

80-89.99

B

4

Good

70-79.99

C

3

Average

60-69.99

D

2

Fair

50-59.99

E

1

Failed

Below 50

F

0

 

 

Duration of Examination :

In written examination for B. Ed., all 50 marks paper will be of two hours and all 25 marks paper will be of one hour duration.

 

Medium of instructions & writing in examination:

In all the examinations, question papers shall be framed bilingually (except

Language method) and answers should be written in English or Bengali (except Language)

 

Eligibility for appearing semester exams:

 AS Per University & NCTE guidelines.

 

Condonation: Student must have 80% of attendance in Theory and 90% attendance in practicum in each course for appearing the examination. Students who have 79% to 65% of attendance shall apply for Condonation in the prescribed form with the prescribed fee. Students who have 64% to 50% of attendance shall apply for Condonation in prescribed form with the prescribed fee along with the Medical Certificate/ any other certificate with reasonable ground. Students who have below 50% of attendance are not eligible to appear for the examination.

 

  • In addition to the above clause, for B. Ed., to be eligible for filling up forms of 4th semester examination candidate should complete 16 weeks of internship programme.
  • Submission of all the components of internal assessment (assignments, projects etc.) is the essential precondition for appearing semester end examinations under normal circumstances.

 

Promotion to the next semester :

The student will automatically be promoted to the next and subsequent semester immediately after completion of one semester course irrespective of the performance at the examination concerned provided he/ she has appeared in the preceding semester examinations or filled up the form for that particular semester examination.

 

Rules for Review :

Candidates seeking review may apply to the Institution in a prescribed form along with requisite fees within 7 working days from the date of issue of mark-sheet subject to the following conditions:

  • a. Application for review shall be restricted to theoretical papers only, and no application for re-examination in any practical/oral/internal assessment/dissertation/project/seminar/field work, etc., shall be entertained.

 

  • b. A candidate will have the option of getting his answer scripts reviewed in not more than one full paper or not more than two half papers of a semester if he secures at least 40% of the total marks in remaining papers/half papers of that semester.

 

  • c. In case marks awarded in a paper on review exceeds the original marks obtained by more than 15% of the total marks in the paper or falls more than 15% of the original marks in the paper, the script will be referred to a third examiner and the candidate will be awarded based on the average of the best two of the marks awarded by the two examiners.

 

Rules and procedure for providing the Photocopy(ies) of assessed answer book/s:

 

  • a. The facility of showing Photo copy/ies of assessed answer-book/s to the examinee is extended with a view to. bring transparency in the examination system and ensure its credibility.

 

  • b. This facility shall be applicable for theory papers only.

 

  • c. The prescribed application form for showing Photocopy/ies of answer books shall have to be filled and signed by the applicant examinee only.

 

  • d. Collection & submission of application form along with requisite fees should be within seven working days from the declaration of results.

 

Supplementary Examination :

 

  • A. If a candidate is unsuccessful at the examination on account of failure to secure pass marks or unfit for appearing the examination for unforeseen situation, there will be a provision of supplementary examination. If the candidate obtains pass marks in the subject(s) at the supplementary examination he shall be declared to have passed the examination as a whole. For seeking supplementary examination candidate should apply to the Controller of Examinations, in a prescribed form along with requisite fees.

 

  • B. If a candidate is unsuccessful at the 1st semester examination he/she can apply for supplementary examination held during 3rd semester examination provided he has obtained at least 40% marks in the aggregate of other theoretical papers (Passed) excluding the marks of failed subjects. If the candidate is unsuccessful at the 2nd semester examination then he/she can apply for appearing in the 4th semester examination. If he/she passed in it he shall be declared to have passed the examination as a whole without losing his year but he shall lose his/ her rank of merit.

 

  • C. If a candidate is again unsuccessful in 1st semester supplementary examination then he/she can apply for appearing next semester examination and if he/she passes in it he/she shall be declared to pass the examination as a whole and his/her rank of merit shall be lost.

 

  • D. If a candidate is again unsuccessful in the first supplementary examination he/she will apply for appearing supplementary examination which will be held along with: 1st sem. Examination in next session for 1st semester Course/papers and 2nd semester Examination in next session for 2nd sem. Course/papers.

 

  • E. The candidate shall be required to clear all back papers within three academic years from the year of the admission into the programme. If however, those who fail to clear within the above period, they shall be required to appear all the papers in subsequent years as per the rules and regulation prevalent during that period but their internal assessment marks shall be carried over.

 

  • F. If a candidate is unsuccessful in any practical papers in first semester examination he/she can apply for supplementary examination held along with next semester end examination. His/Her previous semester end examination marks (Theory) shall be carried over.

 

 Rules for the Tabulation of Results (One mark deficiency rule):

 

  • If a candidate fails in any course (Theory/ practicum/ viva voice) by 1 mark only then he/she shall be awarded that deficient mark to pass the examination and that shall not be shown in the mark-sheet but shall be shown in the Tabulation Rolls by adding (+) 1 mark to the Course/ Practicum / Viva-voice score.

 

  • The candidates who have failed in one or more subjects for deficiency of one mark only or missed to obtain 60% (1st class) or 55% in aggregate(in all the semesters) by one mark only, be given one mark and allowed to pass in the subject/s or be placed in the aforesaid status. One mark should be added by plus sign in the subject/s or in the aggregate in the tabulation sheet but in the mark-sheet only totalized marks should be shown. The same shall be applicable for SC/ST candidates only, who have missed to obtain 50% marks in aggregate by one mark only.

 

Issuance of Degree :

 

  • After declaration of final result of the B.Ed. program each successful candidate shall receive a Degree/Certificate in prescribed format with the seal and signature of the Vice-Chancellor of the University.

 

 Revision of regulation and Curriculum :

 

  • The competent authority may from time to time revise, amend and change _ the regulations and the curriculum, if found necessary.

 

Discipline :

 

  • All students shall be required to conduct themselves in a manner befitting the students of a national institution of high reputation, within and outside the precincts of the institution.

 

  • Unsocial activities like ragging in any form shall not be permitted within or outside the precincts of the institution and the students found indulging in them shall be dealt with severely and dismissed from the institution.

 

Contact info

Swami Vivekananda Universal College of Education

Contact:- 

For D. Ed - 9046952758 

For B. Ed - 8617585668

For 4 Yrs Integrated Course - 7001532258

For Academic Matter - 8016820498 (Principal)

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Swami Vivekananda Universal College of Education

Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man. - Swami Vivekananda.
Swami Vivekananda Universal College of Education.

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