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M.Phil. | Ph.D. College in Punjab

Vision

To prepare students for value based educational & professional roles as researchers, scholars, Teachers (Trained Graduate Teachers, Post Graduate Teachers, and Assistant Professors etc), administrative level and good consultants to reach their potential in acting for society’s good

Mission

  • To deepen and extend knowledge about the formation and utilization of student capabilities
  • To strengthen and develop community connections and engagement through collaborations, research, service and participation.
  • To prepare Learner-sensitive Educators with the knowledge, skills and dispositions to contribute to a better society
  • To produce competent educational workers with thorough understanding of the role of education in regional, national and international development

 

Program: M.Phil. & Ph.D. (Education)

 

Program Outcomes

  • Educational Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of foundational courses (Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology and Research etc), Pedagogical courses (Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Languages etc) and Specialization courses (Educational Administration & Management, Special Education, Adult Education, Guidance & Counselling, Educational Technology) to the solution of complex educational problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze educational problems to arrive at substantiated conclusions using first principles of Foundational Courses, Pedagogical Courses and Specialization Courses.
  • Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex educational problems and design system components, processes to meet the specifications with consideration for the individual health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern educational and IT tools including training and teaching to complex educational activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The Teacher and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional educational practice.
  • Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional educational solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the educational practice.
  • Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively with the educational community and with society at large. Be able to comprehend and write effective reports documentation. Make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Administration, Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of educational and administrative principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of educational and technological change.

 

Program Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1: Doctorate degree in Education gives understanding of the research method and what constitutes scholarly research
  • PSO2: Prepares scholars who will identify and conceptualize significant research problems and are qualified to undertake relevant research and contribute new knowledge to the

 
 

M.Phil. & Ph.D.  Course Work

 

Paper-I

Subject Code: MPHD-101

Title of Course: Research Methodology      

CourseOutcomes:

  • CO1: Understand the academic theory and the preparation of high-quality research pertinent to the field.
  • CO2: Understand the current state of the art in the individual research area, and the ability to appropriately employ methods and existing research results in the development of new knowledge, theories and presentation of research in the individual research
  • CO3: Use knowledge in various aspects to identify research gaps and hence to provide solution to new ideas and innovations.

 

Course

Paper-II

Subject Code: MPHD-131

Title of Course: Education     

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Realize the concepts and strategies underlying learner & learning
  • CO2: Examine the issues and concerns related to universalisation of higher education
  • CO3: Get acquaintance with Perspective of National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education (NCFTE) 2009
  • CO4: Understand the policy perspectives on examinations and evaluation and their implementation practices
  • CO5: Traces the technology based practices and other trends at the international level

 

 Master of Education (M.Ed)

 

Program Outcomes

  • Professional Capacity Building:Apply the knowledge of Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology Management, and ICT to set the context of teaching profession and advances the capacities in teaching, research and extension work in the field of education in general and Teacher Education Institutes in particular.
  • Academic Integrity and Professional Ethics:Demonstrate academic integrity and professional ethics by keeping self abiding to rules, regulations, values and high standards in teaching, research, administration at diversified educational setting and Teacher Education Institutes.
  • Resilience and cope up with Complex issues:Demonstrate spirit of work in diversified situations and apply knowledge & skills to cope up educational issues in complex situations with appropriate consideration for the rules, norms and the Social, cultural, and environmental context.
  • Academic Administration and Management Capacities:Apply the knowledge of Educational administration & management and other allied subjects like Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology etc. in academic planning, organization, evaluation, decision making, resource management according to predetermined goals, norms and standards. 
  • Continuous Academic Development:  Identify own educational needs and requirements, keep academic development and learning in an independent way in the context of change in different aspects of education and teacher education. 
  • Commitment towards Society and National Goals: Recognize areas of commitment, accountability, constitutional values, and national goals and perform accordingly.
  • Sensitivity for Emerging Issues:Apply the knowledge & skills to deal with Issues related to population, environment, gender equality, different literacy, Yoga & Health Education etc. and respond to emerging issues by applying critical, constructive and creative thought process.
  • Research and Knowledge Creation: Involve in knowledge dissemination, knowledge creation, research and innovative educational practices related to different stakeholders of education.
  • Independent and Team Work Capacities:Perform Function effectively either in the role of member or leader in diversified educational settings and Institutions of Teacher Education.
  • PO10: Professional Communication Skills:Use diversified tools & technologies of communications and communication Skills to serve the professional purpose and standards expected from classroom to broader zone of educational activities.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the educational practice.
  • Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern educational and IT tools including training and teaching to complex educational activities with an understanding of the limitations.

 

 

M.Ed. Semester I

Paper-I

COURSE CODE: C01-PIE-I

COURSE TITLE: Perspectives in Education – I

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand epistemological and axiological issues in education.
  • CO2: Understand the role of school as a place for social change and modernization
  • CO3: Understand social equity & equality; social mobility and social stratification.

 

PAPER-II

COURSE CODE: C02-LLP-I

COURSE TITLE: Learner and Learning Process-I       

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand growth, development and problems of adolescents or learners in psycho-social context
  • CO2: Understand environments conducive to learning
  • CO3: Analyse the learning process based on theoretical approaches of learning
  • CO4: Aware the role of Educational Psychology in theory and Practice of Education.

 

PAPER-III

COURSE CODE: C03-ERS-I

COURSE TITLE: Educational Research and Statistics-I

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the research problems, research methodology and importance of sampling techniques
  • CO2: Understand the meaning and compute measures of central tendency, measures of variability, measures of relationship
  • CO3: Select and conduct the statistical analysis of data by applying the statistics suitable for the problem.

 

PAPER-IV

COURSE CODE: C04-TED-I

COURSE TITLE: Teacher Education-I

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand teacher education in light of NCERT, NCTE, NCF, 2005 and NCFTE, 2009.
  • CO2: Understand the Components and methods employed for curriculum transaction in pre-service & in-service teacher education.
  • CO3: Understand professional ethics, selection, appointment and induction, assessment and evaluation techniques in teacher education.

 

PAPER-V

COURSE CODE: C05-HOE-I

COURSE TITLE: History of Education-I

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Trace the progress of education in ancient and medieval India – Vedic, Post Vedic and Buddhist Education, Islamic education.
  • CO2: Understand various committees and commission formed for the progress of education during pre and post-independent India.
  • CO3: Understand the various issues and trends of education in India.

 

PAPER-VI

COURSE CODE: C06-DIS-II

COURSE TITLE: Dissertation-I

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • CO1: Use basic research methodology, tools/techniques to write synopsis
  • CO2: Submit the appropriate content related research proposal & synopsis

 

PAPER-VII

COURSE CODE: C07-SDS-I

COURSE TITLE: Self Development Skills-I

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Present the appropriate content related research paper
  • CO2: Develop confidence level by using different tool and techniques
  • CO3: Inculcate ethical and moral values to present their knowledge

 

M.Ed. -Semester II

PAPER-I

COURSE CODE: C08-PED-II

COURSE TITLE: Process of Education-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the educational implications of some schools of philosophy in Western Thought and Indian Philosophy
  • CO2: Examine critically the concerns arising from the vision of great Western and Indian thinkers
  • CO3: Reflect on changing political context of education and support system of education.
  • CO4: Understand the changing socio-cultural dimensions in the context of education

 

PAPER-II

COURSE CODE: C09-PIS-II

COURSE TITLE: Psychology for Individual and Social Development-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Explain concept of learning, motivation and differentiate between characteristics of adjusted and maladjusted learners
  • CO2: Gain knowledge about the concept and theories of personality and its assessment
  • CO3: Understand and measure the learner’s cognitive abilities with special reference to intelligence
  • CO4: Get acquainted with concept and nature of children with special needs

 

PAPER-III

COURSE CODE: C10-ERS-II

COURSE TITLE: Educational Research and Statistics-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand and select the tools and methods for studying different variables
  • CO2: Select/ formulate the design of the study by controlling and classifying the variables demanded by the design
  • CO3: Report the research work in accordance with the current trends and procedures of report writing
  • CO4: Select and conduct the statistical analysis of the data by applying the statistics suitable for the problem

 

PAPER-IV

COURSE CODE: C11-DIS-II

COURSE TITLE: Dissertation-II (Submission of Research Proposal)

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • CO1: Use basic research methodology, tools/techniques to write synopsis
  • CO2: Submit the appropriate content related research proposal & synopsis
  • CO3: Present the research proposal

 

PAPER-V

COURSE CODE: C12-SDS-II

COURSE TITLE: Self Development Skills-II (Writing CV & Interview Skills)

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • CO1: Prepare curriculum vitae
  • CO2: Develop confidence level by using different tool and techniques
  • CO3: Prepare the learners for facing an interview

 

PAPER-VI

COURSE CODE: E01-PSE-II

COURSE TITLE: Pedagogy of Science Education-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Explain the nature of science as a dynamic, expanding body of knowledge and as a social endeavour
  • CO2: Understand the need to evaluate curricula on the basis of different validities by using diversity of instructional materials to know and critically study innovative curricular efforts in India and abroad
  • CO3: Understand and appreciate the role of co-curricular activities, role & need for Contextualization, role of assessment in the teaching –learning process in science education
  • CO4: Explain the constructivist approach to science instruction and familiarize with innovative trends in assessment to analyze issues in Science education pertaining to equity and access, gender, special groups and ethical aspects.

 

COURSE CODE: E02-PSS-II

COURSE TITLE: Pedagogy of Social Science Education-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Develop an understanding about the meaning, nature, scope, role of various methods/approaches of social sciences and find out the distinction & overlap between social sciences, humanities and liberal arts
  • CO2: Effectively use different media, materials, resources for teaching social sciences and employ appropriate approach for transaction of social science curriculum
  • CO3: Construct appropriate assessment tools for teaching-learning of social sciences and undertake evaluation.

 

COURSE CODE: E03-PLE-II

COURSE TITLE: Pedagogy of Language Education-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Gain an understanding of the nature, functions, implications of planning, psychology and pedagogy for teaching language/languages
  • CO2: Study and analyze different approaches, methods and techniques for differentiating between teaching language and teaching literature in the context of first language and second language
  • CO3: Examine various areas and problems of research in language education
  • CO4: Identify and reflect on factors affecting language policy

 

COURSE CODE: E04-PME-II

COURSE TITLE: Pedagogy of Mathematics Education-II

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Appreciate the abstract nature of mathematics.
  • CO2: Develop the understanding of using constructivist approach in mathematics.
  • CO3: Develop the skill of using various methods/techniques and problem solving skills required for action research & real life problems in mathematics.

 

M.Ed. Semester III

 

PAPER: I

COURSE CODE: C13-GNC-III

COURSE TITLE: Guidance and Counselling-III

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the meaning, nature, aims, need and scope of guidance and counselling.
  • CO2: Recognise the role of guidance in attaining the goals of education.
  • CO3: Understand the meaning, objectives, advantages, techniques of group guidance and understand qualitative and quantitative appraisal of student.
  • CO4: Develop knowledge and understanding of the major psychological concepts such as intelligence, aptitude, personality, interest and their assessment for providing guidance.
  • CO5: Develop the skill of administration and interpretation of psychological assessment.

 

PAPER: II

COURSE CODE: C14-EDT-III

COURSE TITLE: Educational Technology and ICT-III

Course Objectives and Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the trends and trace of history of educational technology
  • CO2: Understand the concepts, variables, phases, levels, models, teacher training techniques of teaching
  • CO3: Discuss the concept, principles and types of programmed instructions and development stages of linear program
  • CO4: Understand the concept, characteristics, selection of audio-visual media and process, principles and barriers of communication
  • CO5: Use ICT as computer-assisted instruction, e-learning, online learning and m-learning.

 

PAPER-IV

COURSE CODE: C16-SDS-III

COURSE TITLE: Self Development Skills–III (e-skills)

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Use electronic aids and resources for educational/research purposes
  • CO2: Aware of the possible pitfalls/threats of using e-resources
  • CO3: Develop ethics while using internet

 

PAPER V & VI

COURSE CODE: E05-PFE-III

COURSE TITLE: Policy, Planning and Financing of Education-III

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the principles, methods, approaches of educational planning, process of policy formulation and critically analyse the determinants of educational policy
  • CO2: Understand concept, need, principles of educational financing, budgeting and accounting process
  • CO3: Understand nature of various resources for education, types, approaches, agencies for performance appraisal and monitoring in educational institutions
  • CO4: Critically analyse the issues in educational monitoring.

 

COURSE CODE: E06-EDA-III

COURSE TITLE: Education for Differently-abled-III

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Know types of children with diverse needs, their nature and educational implications
  • CO2: Understand and appreciate inclusive education and legislation related to it
  • CO3: Know about various resources needed for children with diverse needs
  • CO4: Understand various aspects of teacher preparation for children with diverse needs.

 

COURSE CODE: E07-CRS-III

COURSE TITLE: Curriculum Studies-III

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the concept, foundations, designs of curriculum and nature, purposes, scope and principles, need of curriculum development.
  • CO2: Appreciate the role of teacher as a curriculum maker and discuss factors affecting curriculum change.
  • CO3: Explain Taba’s model of curriculum development, eclectic model of curriculum design and different models of curriculum engineering
  • CO4: Appraise critically the present day curriculum of Indian schools.
  • CO5: Discuss curriculum issues, trends and predict future directions for curriculum.

 

M.Ed Semester-IV

 

PAPER-I

COURSE CODE: C17-ESD-IV

COURSE TITLE: Education for Sustainable Development & Global Peace-IV

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Explain concept of world peace and role of education concerning various aspects of the Educational for sustainable development.
  • CO2: Identify local and region specific environmental problems and recognize dependence of human life on the environment.
  • CO3: Understand the role of individuals, society, the government, ICT and media in protection, preservation and conservation of environment.
  • CO4: Develop awareness about rules, regulations & legal provisions, desirable skills and appreciation for the protection, preservation and conservation of the environment.
  • CO5: Understand the role of school and teacher in creating awareness among students about need for sustainable development.

 

PAPER-II

COURSE CODE: C18-FAI-IV

COURSE TITLE: Field Attachment/Internship-IV

Course Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • CO1: Acquire hands-on training of pedagogy
  • CO2: Acquire hands-on knowledge of administration & management as a pupil teacher
  • CO3: Understand the psychology of students

 

PAPER-III

COURSE CODE: C19-DIS-IV

COURSE TITLE: Dissertation–IV (Viva Voce)

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Use Power Point Presentation to represent the dissertation work in-front of examiner with confidence and best way of presentation
  • CO2: Give answer the every question about dissertation
  • CO3: Develop cognitive, affective, psychomotor skills

 

PAPER-IV

COURSE CODE: C20-SDS-IV

COURSE TITLE: Self Development Skills – IV (Yoga)

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the historical background of the yoga
  • CO2: Understand the benefits and relevance of Yoga and Yogic practices
  • CO3: Practice and incorporate basic yoga exercises in their daily routine

 

PAPER V & VI

COURSE CODE: E08-MEV-IV

COURSE TITLE: Measurement, Assessment and Evaluation-IV

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Concepts and techniques of measurement and evaluation
  • CO2: Develop skills in the construction and standardization of tests
  • CO3: Understand the new trends in evaluation
  • CO4: Understand applications of advanced statistical techniques in education

 

COURSE CODE: E09-CME-1V

COURSE TITLE: Comparative Education-IV

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the concept, history, purposes, importance and limitations of comparative education
  • CO2: Understand the factors influencing the educational system of a country
  • CO3: Understand the educational ladder of U.K., Finland and India & salient features of educational system of U.S.A., China and India
  • CO4: Compare the teacher education program in U.K., Finland, U.S.A., China and India
  • CO5: Discuss recent trends and innovations in education of U.K., Finland, U.S.A., China and India

 

COURSE CODE: E10-LLL-IV

COURSE TITLE: Lifelong Learning-IV

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand Literacy situation in the country and government initiatives to improve literacy status through life long and adult education
  • CO2: Role of universities, administration and management of adult and continuing education programmes
  • CO3: Understand types of continuing education programmes and areas of research in adult, continuing & lifelong education
  • CO4: Describe impact of lifelong education on formal education

 

COURSE CODE: E11-EAM-IV

COURSE TITLE: Educational Administration and Management-IV

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: Understand the concept and process, organizational structure of educational administration and management
  • CO2: Understand the agencies and issues involved in implementation of organizational development and various aspects of organizational climate change
  • CO3: Analyse recommendations for education in12th Five Year Plan and describe constitutional responsibilities of the state towards education
  • CO4: Explain meaning, nature scope types and traits of leaders.

 

Bachelor of Education

 

Program Educational Objectives

  • To produce competent teachers for undertaking higher studies & problems in educational institutes, training colleges
  • To develop an understanding of paradigm shift in conceptualizing disciplinary knowledge in school curriculum, to identify the challenging and overcoming gender inequalities in school, classroom, curricula, textbook, social institutions, etc.
  • This Program develops an understanding of the society, with special reference to education at global level

Program Outcomes

  • Teaching competency: Know, select and use of learner-centred teaching methods, understanding of paradigm shift in conceptualizing disciplinary knowledge in school curriculum, necessary competencies for organizing learning experiences, select and use of appropriate assessment strategies for facilitating learning.
  • Pedagogical skills: Applying teaching skills and dealing with classroom problems.
  • Teaching through Nonconventional Modes: Evolving a system of education which enhances the potential of every learner to acquire, retain and transform knowledge leading to wisdom society through creative, experiential and joyful modes of learning.
  • Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Education: Transform the educational landscape by providing open access to quality, value based and socially relevant education to all by harnessing the disruptive potential of AI.
  • Critical Thinking: Analysis of Curriculum, construction of blue print, selecting appropriate teaching strategies according to needs of students and conducting action research to solve classroom problems.
  • Effective Communication: Presenting seminar before peer students and teachers and practicing communication skills through various linguistic activities and applying it for better classroom communication.
  • Sensitivity towards Inclusion: Identifying the diversities and dealing it in inclusive classrooms environment, guidance and counselling programmes for disabled students.
  • Content Analysis: Analyse thetext-books and syllabus.
  • Effective Citizen Ethics: Understand different values, morality, social service and accept responsibility for the society.
  • Self-directed Learning: Preparing scripts for seminars, lesson plans and online content.
  • Physical Development: Practice yoga, self-defence, sports and scouting-guiding.
  • Team Work: Enable to work as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings by following the principles of collaborative learning, cooperative learning and team teaching.

 

Program Specific Outcomes

  • Enable to comprehend the development in physical, cognitive, social and emotional areas, contemporary issues and educational policies of education system in India, teaching-learning methods, strategies, epistemological basis of education, school management, professional ethics and observation of school activities by school internship.
  • Understand the individual differences among students, measuring the attainment, evaluating progress, and assessing learning abilities, guidance programmes and administering psychological tools, ICT based Communication and teaching and lesson planning. 
  • Practice teaching in Schools, inculcate the real experiences of classroom teaching and online teaching for remote areas’ students by using ICT and its different tools and software.
  • Understand the classroom diversities and enable them to deal with diverse learners in inclusive classroom setup, education for human rights and women empowerment, environmental education and developing online content.

 

B.Ed Semester –I

Subject Code: C-1

Course Outcomes

  • CO1: To acquire theoretical perspectives and develop an understanding of dimensions and stages of human development
  • CO2: To gain an understanding of different methods and techniques for the assessment of Personality, Intelligence and Creativity of the Child
  • CO3: To know and develop an art of Well Being
  • CO4: To reflect on the Individual differences based on Caste, Gender and Class, etc

  

Subject Code: C-2

Title of the Course: Contemporary India & Education

Course Outcomes:

  • CO1: Develop an understanding of education as an agenda for the nation state and its policy visions and efforts in evolving a national system of education.
  • CO2: Engage with the discourses on contemporary Indian society and education.
  • CO3: Acquire conceptual tools of critical analysis and the experience of engaging with diverse communities.
  • CO4: Develop an understanding of development, learning and uniqueness of the growing child in diverse socio-cultural contexts.

 

Subject Code: C-3

Title of the course: Understanding Disciplines and Subjects

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop an understanding of education as an agenda for the nation state and its policy visions and efforts in evolving a national system of education.

CO2: Engage with the discourses on contemporary Indian society and education.

CO3: Acquire conceptual tools of critical analysis and the experience of engaging with diverse communities.

CO4: Develop an understanding of development, learning and uniqueness of the growing child in diverse socio-cultural contexts.

 

Subject Code: C-4

Title of the Course:    Language across the curriculum

Course Outcomes:

  • CO1: It helps learners to discuss different issues in a foreign language.
  • CO2: It helps learners to collect different technical terms related to different subjects.
  • CO3: It opens a vast career world before the students.

 

Subject Code: C-5

Title of the Course: School Management

Course Outcomes:

  • CO1: Gain insight to the understanding the ethical standards for teaching profession.
  • CO2: Understand the nature and characteristics of teaching profession.
  • CO3: Understand and recognize the standard as values.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:    Teaching of Mathematics-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

  • CO1: Understand the nature and characteristics of language of mathematics and its correlation with science and other subjects.
  • CO2: State the need and importance of evaluation.
  • CO3: State the aims and objectives of teaching mathematics.
  • CO4: Understand the various methods and techniques of teaching mathematics.

 

Subject Code: C-6&7

Title of the course: Pedagogy of Social Studies-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

  • CO1: Gain insight to the understanding the ethical standards for teaching profession.
  • CO2: Understand the nature and characteristics of teaching profession.
  • CO3: Understand and recognize the standard as values.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:    Pedagogy of Home Science-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop an understanding of nature and methods of teaching of Home Science.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of home science teacher.

CO3: Know the place of Home Science and curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:    Pedagogy of Economics-I

 Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the role and importance of Economics in curriculum.

CO2: Understand about the methods of teaching Economics.

CO3: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of Economics.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of Commerce-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand about the methods of teaching commerce.

CO2: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of commerce.

CO3: Inculcate the various commercial and practical skills.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of Computer Science-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Demonstrate his or her different skills related to Computer.

CO2: Use the existing technologies in education.

CO3: Design and develop computer integrated learning resources.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of English-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop an understanding of nature of language system and methods of teaching English.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of English and its cultural background.

CO3:  Use and apply this knowledge in the world of work. 

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of Geography-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understand the role and importance of Geography in curriculum.

CO2: Understand about the methods of teaching Geography.

CO3: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of Geography.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of Hindi-I    

Course Outcomes:

CO1:भाषा अर्जन की प्रक्रिया एवं प्रकृति का उल्लेख कर सकेंगे

CO2: मातृ भाषा की मूल अवधारणा स्पष्ट कर सकेंगे

CO3: भाषाकेज्ञानात्मक, सौंदर्यबोधात्मक, सृजनात्मक, अभिरुचियात्मक, तथा अभिवृतात्मक कौशलो का वर्णन कर सकेंगे

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of History-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understand the role and importance of History in curriculum.

CO2: Understand about the methods of teaching History.

CO3: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of History.

 

Subject Code: C-6&7

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Punjabi-I

Course Outcomes:

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CO 2: GkPk B{z gVQB, fbyD ns/ ;[DB ;zpzXh P[ZX o{g ;wMDk. ;e{b ftZu pZfunK B{z gVQkT[D s/ fbyD dhnK ftfGzB ftXhnK pko/ frnkB jk;b eoBk. GkPk j[BoK ns/ fefonktK dh ;[uZih tos'A eoBk f;ykT[Dk .

CO 3: ftfdnkoEhnK B{z wks GkPk dh b'V pko/ ikD{ j'Dk. ftfdnkoEhnK B{z GkPk gq:'rPkbk d/ pko/ ikDekoh d/Dk s/ GkPk gq:'rPkbk dh ihtB ftek; B{z ;/X d/D pko/ frnkB jk;b eoBk. fJ; d/ Bkb wks GkPk d/ T[[d/PK s'A ikD{ j'Dk. wks^GkPk dh f;Zfynk d/ T[d/PK, wjZst ns/ f;XksK dh ;'Mh eotkT[Dk .

CO 4: ftfdnkoEhnK B{z GkPk gq:'rPkbk d/ pko/ ikDekoh d/Dk s/ GkPk gq:'rPkbk dh ihtB ftek; B{z ;/X d/D pko/ frnkB jk;b eoBk. fJ; Bkb ftfdnkoEhnK dhnK f;oiBkswe o[uhnK dk ftek; j' ;e/. ftfdnkoEhnK nzdo g[;sekbk ftZu ik e/ GkPk ;zpzXh frnkB gqkgs eoB dh o[uh g?dk eoBk.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Science-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understanding of the nature of science.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of Science and its cultural background

CO3: Understand about the methods of teaching science

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching Of Life Science-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understanding of the nature of life science.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of life science Science and its cultural background.

CO3: Understand about the methods of teaching life science.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching Of Agriculture-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Students will be able to plan and organize units of instruction for topics in agriculture.

CO2: Students will be able to develop and use teaching plans on agriculture topics for traditional and special needs students.

CO3: Students will be able to effectively manage a diverse student population of students.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching Of Fine Arts-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understand about the methods of teaching drawing and painting.

CO2: State the characteristics of an ideal art room.

CO3: Organise art competition at various stages.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Health and Physical Education -I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understand the concept of scouting and guiding.

CO2: Comprehend the basic principle of scouting and guiding.

CO3:  Develop sense of group work and patriotic feelings.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Music-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understanding of nature of music.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of Music and its cultural background.

CO3: Know the place of music in curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Physical Science-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Develop an understanding of the nature of language system.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of physical education.

CO3: Know the place of physical education in curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Political Science-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Differentiate among multiple political science perspectives (ideologies, theories) from a range of written or spoken genres.

CO2:  Evaluate contemporary issues in light of different research methods and theories of Comparative Politics.

CO3: Apply International Politics theoretical frameworks to contemporary cases.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching Of Public Administration-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Explain the cross-cultural context of public and private institutions operating in a global environment.

CO2:  Manage diversity issues within an organizational framework.

CO3: Demonstrate critical thinking, research, and communication skills as applied to the public and private sectors.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Sanskrit-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop an understanding of the nature of language system.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of Sanskrit and its cultural background.

CO3: Know the place of Sanskrit in curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-6 &7

Title of the Course: Teaching of Sociology-I

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the role of theory in the application of conceptual frameworks in the research process

CO2:  Evaluate contemporary issues in light of different research methods and theories of Comparative Politics.

CO3: Understand the role of evidence in the social sciences and the application of systematic empirical inquiry.

 

Course Code: C-8

Title of Course: Participation in Sports and Yoga

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Express team spirit

CO2: Do daily exercises

CO3: Participate in sports competition.

 

Course Code: C-9

Title of Course: Pre-Internship-I

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Familiar with working atmosphere of school in totality.

CO2: Take experience of real classroom via simulated teaching.

CO3: Use teaching methods and techniques.

 

B.Ed Semester –II

 

Subject Code: C-10

Title of the Course: Learning and Teaching

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Update their knowledge about the personality development.

CO2: Understand the concept and process of teaching-learning.

CO3: Understand the concept and importance of individual differences.

 

Subject Code: C-11

Title of the Course: Assessment for Learning

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the concept of Assessment and learning.

CO2: Differentiate between assessment, measurement, evaluation and testing.

CO3: Seek relationship among assessment for learning, curriculum, pedagogy and role of teacher ssessment.

 

Subject Code: C-12

Title of the Course: Understanding of ICT (EPC-1)

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Demonstrate his or her different skills related to ICT.

CO2: Use the existing technologies in education.

CO3: Design and develop ICT integrated learning resources.

 

Subject Code: C-13

Title of the Course: Drama & Art in Education (EPC-2)

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Practice collaborative skills in various theatrical contexts.

CO2: Develop and apply process skills in rehearsal, production and classroom settings.

CO3: Demonstrate problem-solving skills in the creation of artistic work.

 

Subject Code: C-14&15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Social Studies-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Gain insight to the understanding the ethical standards for teaching profession.

CO2: Understand the nature and characteristics of teaching profession.

CO3: Understand and recognize the standard as values.

 

Subject Code:  C-14&15

Title of the Course:  Pedagogy of Home Science-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop the skill of making lesson interesting.

CO2: Critically evaluate the existing curriculum and give suggestions for the improvement.

CO3: Develop the skill of making lesson plan based on experiential learning.

 

Subject Code: C-14 & 15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Life Science-II

Course Outcomes

CO1: Know the place of life Science in curriculum.

CO2: Know about the characteristics and responsibilities of life science teacher.

CO3: Understand the concept of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in Life Science education.

 

Subject Code:  C-14&15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Physical Science-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know the place of physical Science in curriculum.

CO2: Know about the characteristics and responsibilities of physical science teacher.

CO3: Understand the concept of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in physical science education.

 

Subject Code: C-14&15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Political Science-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Differentiate among multiple political science perspectives (ideologies, theories) from a range of written or spoken genres.

CO2: Evaluate contemporary issues in light of different research methods and theories of Comparative Politics.

CO3: Apply International Politics theoretical frameworks to contemporary cases.

 

Subject Code: C-14&15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Computer Science-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop cognizance of critical perspectives of ICT.

CO2: Use Technologies to support students’ special learning needs.

CO3: Apply the application software such as excel, PowerPoint and word

 

Subject Code: C-14 &15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Economics-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of Economics.

CO2: Select appropriate lesson planning of teaching economics.

CO3: Develop skills of making teaching learning process experiential and joyful.

 

Subject Code : C-14 &15

Title of the course : Pedagogy of English-II

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Teach English language to school students.

CO2: Use different Tools and techniques of evaluation.

CO3: State the aims objectives and principles of teaching English at Junior and secondary stages.

 

Subject Code: C-14 &15

Title of the Course : Pedagogy of Geography-Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of Geography.

CO2: Select appropriate lesson planning of teaching Geography.

CO3: Develop skills of making teaching learning process experiential and joyful

Subject Code : C-14&15

Title of the Course : Pedagogy of Hindi-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: हिंदी भाषा के भाषिक तत्वों का बोध कर सकेंगेI

CO2:भाषा कौशलो का विकास कर सकेंगेI

CO3:विभिन्न विधाओ से अवगत हो सकेंगे तथा तदानुसार पाठ योजना का निर्माण कर सकेंगेI

 

 

Subject Code: C-14 &15

Title of the course: Pedagogy of History -II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of History.

CO2: Select appropriate lesson planning of teaching History.

CO3: Develop skills of making teaching learning process experiential and joyful.

 

Subject Code : C-14&15

Title of the Course : Pedagogy of Punjabi-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: ftfdnkoEhnK B{z GkPk ns/ ;kfjs ns/ ;kfjse fefonktK pko/ ikDekoh d/Dk ns/ ftfdnkoEhnK nzdo GkfPe, ;kfjse ns/ p"fXe :'rsktK dk ftek; eoBk.

CO2: ftfdnkoEh nfXnkgeK B{z tZy^tZy nfXnkgB e"PbK ftZu fBg[zB eoBk. gzikph GkPk d/ nfXnkgB s/ w[bKeD d/ toswkB gZXo B{z T[u/ok u[ZeD bJh ;koEe ;[Mkn d/Dk .

CO3: ftfdnkoEhnK GkPk nfXnkgB bJh P[ZX GkPk p'bD, gVQB ns/ fbyD bJh ftnkeoB fB:wK B{z ikDBk Io{oh j?. fJ; d/ Bkb P[ZX Ppd i'VK dk frnkB d/Dk ns/ Ppd Gzvko ftZu tkXk eoBk. ;?ezvoh Pq/DhnK bJh fBoXkfos gzikph gkm ;wZroh ftZu'A wjZstg{oB B[efsnK dh u'D eoB ftZu ;jkfJsk eoBk .

CO4 : nfXnkgB bJh g{ot fBoXkfos :'iBk pDkT[D Bjh gkm^:'iBk fsnko eoB d/ fB:wK dk frnkB d/Dk. fJ; d/ Bkb jh nfXnkgB bJh ;kXB dh b'V ns/ wjZssk pko/ ikDekoh jk;b eoBk. gzikph GkPk d/ nfXnkgB s/ w[bKeD d/ toswkB gZXo B{z T[u/ok u[ZeD bJh ;koEe ;[Mkn d/Dk .

 

Subject Code: C-14&15

Title of the Course: Pedagogy of Science-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Know the place of Science in curriculum.

CO2: Know about the characteristics and responsibilities of science teacher.

CO3: Understand the concept of continuous and comprehensive evaluation in science education.

 

Subject Code: C-14&15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Agriculture-II

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: To analyze data and draw appropriate statistical conclusions.

CO2: To communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

CO3: To Enhance knowledge of the legal and ethical environment impacting agriculture organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.

 

Subject Code: C14&15COMM

Title of the Course: Teaching of Commerce-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the role and importance of commerce in curriculum.

CO2: Know the place of commerce in curriculum.

CO3: Understand about the methods of teaching commerce.

CO4: Know about various techniques of evaluation in teaching of commerce.

 

Subject Code: C-14 &15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Fine Arts-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1:  Develop an understanding about drawing and painting.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of drawing and painting and its cultural background.

CO3: Know and identify the place of drawing and painting in curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C14 & 15

Title of Course: Teaching of Mathematics-II

 Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the nature and characteristics of language of mathematics and its correlation with science and other subjects.

CO2: State the need and importance of evaluation.

CO3: State the aims and objectives of teaching mathematics.

CO4: Understand the various methods and techniques of teaching mathematics.

 

Subject Code: C-14 & 15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Music-II

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Understand about the methods of teaching music.

CO2: Critically analyse the existing syllabus of music in schools.

CO3: Recall the art of teaching music to the backward and gifted children.

 

Subject Code: C-14 & 15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Public Administration-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Identify major issues in today’s public and private institutions.

CO2:  Demonstrate the integrative knowledge, skills, and ethics necessary for responsible administrative, management and leadership positions.

CO3: Demonstrate the management, legal, ethical, and behavioral skills for effective job performance and career mobility.

 

Subject Code: C-14 &15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Sanskrit-II

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Develop an understanding of the nature of language system.

CO2: Understand the role and importance of Sanskrit and its cultural background.

CO3: Know the place of Sanskrit in curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-14 & 15

Title of the Course: Teaching of Sociology-II

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop professional skills for post-graduation plans within and outside of sociology

CO2: Provide opportunities that are linked with the University’s Mission Pillars to stress multiculturalism, community engagement, international experience, and interdisciplinary studies

CO3: Engage with and apply their “sociological imagination” to think critically about the social world and what separates sociology from other social science disciplines Develop the skill of making lesson interesting.

 

Subject Code: C-16

Title of the Course: Participation in Sports and Yoga

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Discuss the benefits and relevance of Yoga and Yogic practices

CO2: Practice and incorporate basic yoga exercises in their daily routine

CO3: Do all the yoga asanas to make their body fit and healthy

 

Course Code: C-17

Title of Course: Pre- Internship -2 (2 Weeks) Field Engagement

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Acquire hands-on training of pedagogy

CO2: Conduct co-curricular activities and curricular activities in school

CO3: Make micro and macro lessons

 

B.Ed Semester-III

Course Code: C-18

Title of Course: School Internship

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Acquire hands-on training of pedagogy

CO2: Deliver lecture by using different teaching methods

CO3: Conduct co-curricular activities and curricular activities in school

CO4: Make micro/macro, general, discussion, observation lessons

 

B.Ed Semester –IV

Subject Code: C-19

Title of the course: Knowledge and Curriculum

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Bring the meaning of knowledge and Identify the ways of acquiring knowledge.

CO2: Explain the forms of knowledge.

CO3: Understand the different modes education and define the curriculum.

 

Subject Code: C-20

Title of the Course: Creating Inclusive School

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop an understanding of education as an agenda for the nation state and its policy visions and efforts in evolving a national system of education.

CO2: Engage with the discourses on contemporary Indian society and education.

CO3: Acquire conceptual tools of critical analysis and the experience of engaging with diverse communities.

 

Subject Code: C-21

Title of Course: Gender School and Society

Course Outcomes:

CO1:  Understand the importance of universalisation of Secondary Education and the constitutional provisions for realising it.

CO2:  Understand the issues related to gender in education in Indian society.

CO3: Examine the issues and concerns related to universalisation of Secondary Education.

CO4:  Analyse the strategies used for realising you eat and the outcomes of their implementation.

 

Subject Code: C-22

Title of Course: Understanding the Self (EPC- III)

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop the feeling of self expression.

CO2: Develop language proficiency by organizing different events.

CO3: Develop the feeling of Self-appraisal

 

Subject Code:  C-23

Title of Course: Reading& Reflecting on Text (EPC –IV)

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Develop the skills of reading. Explore the problems of reading.

CO2: Develop the skills of reading. Explore the problems of reading different texts.

CO3: Develop the skill of documentation, note taking. Develop the habit of reading various texts.

 

Subject Code: C-24

Title of the Course: Participation in Community Service, Cultural activities, Educational Tour/Trip

Course Outcomes:

CO1: To acquire first-hand knowledge about a different side of living, such as rural India or tough terrain in Himalayas.

CO2: students travel to different geographies they are exposed to ideas, customs and social behavior of other societies.

CO3: To develop communication skills to effectively participate in society’s aspects and contribute for the betterment of individuals

 

Subject Code: C-25

Title of the course: Participation in Sports & Yoga

Course Outcomes: Students are able to

CO1: Express team spirit

CO2: Do daily exercises

CO3: Participate in sports competition.

 

Subject Code: E-1

Title of the course: (i) Guidance & Counselling

Course Outcomes

CO1: Understand the needs to address the children with diversities in classroom.

CO2: Identify the causes for classifying various diversities.

CO3: Acquainted about the policies and programmes for inclusive children.

 

Subject Code: E-2

Title of the Course: (ii) Health &Physical Education

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Students will acquire knowledge and demonstrate skills to safely engage in physical activity.

CO2: Students will understand the basic principles of anatomy, physiology, and/or biomechanics and apply the knowledge to movement activity.

CO3: Students will understand the principles of lifetime fitness and will incorporate fitness activities into a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

Subject Code: E-3

Title of the course: (iii) Peace Education

Course Outcomes:

CO1: To establish a comprehensive on-line library on issues pertaining to Education for Peace and make it available to educators and policy makers everywhere.

CO2: To conduct research on the principles of Education for Peace and make the findings available globally.

CO3: To provide the structure for the development and implementation of the peace education projects around the world.

 

Subject Code: E-4

Title of the course: (iv) Vocational and Work Education

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Demonstrate self-management skills;

CO2: Demonstrate the ability to provide a self-analysis in context of entrepreneurial skills and abilities;

CO3: Demonstrate the knowledge of the importance of green skills in meeting the challenges of sustainable development and environment protection

 

Subject Code: E-5

Title of the course: (v) Environmental Education

Course Outcomes:

CO1: Understand the concept of environment.

CO2: Understand the concept of environmental crisis and Management.

CO3: Understand the nature, need and importance of environmental education.

 

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