Arasan Ganesan College of Preceptors
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COURSES
Subjects Offered
Tamil
English
Mathematics
Physical Science
Biological Science
History
Commerce
Computer Science
Structure of B.Ed. Degree Course
First Year Theory Components
Group A: Perspectives in Education
  • Psychology of Learners and Learning.
  • Education in Contempory India.
  • Education and Socialisation.
  • Essentials of Teaching and Learning.
Group B: Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies
  • Pedagogy of Tamil : Part I
  • Pedagogy of English : Part I
  • Pedagogy of Mathematics : Part I
  • Pedagogy of Computer Science : Part I
  • Pedagogy of Physical Science : Part I
  • Pedagogy of Biological Science : Part I
  • Pedagogy of History : Part I
  • Pedagogy of Commerce and Accountancy : Part I
  • Assessment of Learning
Group C: Enhancing Professional Capabilities ( Compulsory for all Student - Teachers)
  • Yoga, Health and Physical Education
  • Environmental Education
  • Information and Communication Technology in Education
Weightage given for theory component
For each theory paper,30 marks are alloted for internal assignment and to marks are counted for University examinations.
The components of Internal Assessment
S.No. Component Maximum marks
1. Assignments (Average of Three Assignments ) 10
2. Seminar
10
3. Class tests (Average of Three tests) 10
Total 30

 

S.No

Activities

Marks

1.

Observation Record

20

2.

Demonstration Record

30

3.

Micro Teaching Record

30

4.

Projects on Identifying and Analyzing the Diverse Needs of Learners

30

5.

Teaching and Learning Materials

40

6.

Reflective Record on CCE

20

7.

Test and Measurement Record

40

8.

Environmental Education Record

20

9.

Case Study Record

20

10.

Psychology Experiment Record

50

11.

Reading and Reflecting on School Textbooks

20

12.

Citizenship training camp Record

20

13.

Educational Technology Record

20

14.

Yoga, Health and Physical Education Record

25

15.

Coursewise Tasks and Assignment Record

9 Theory x 25 Marks = 225

GROUP - A - Total

600

 

 
Criteria for Pass

Each candidate shall be declared to have passed the written examination only if he or she secures not less than 50 % in each of the six papers, with a minimum of 45 % in the external examination in each paper. A candidate who fails in one or more papers in the written examination shall be permitted to appear again only those papers in which he / she failed. Each unsuccessful candidate shall be permitted to reappear for the written examinations within the next three consecutive academic years. Candidates who have secured not less than 50 % in each of the practical activities for which weightage is given shall be deemed to have passed in the practical examination. Others will be treated as unsuccessful candidates in the practical examination. Each unsuccessful candidate shall be permitted to reappear for the practical examinations within the next three consecutive academic years.

 
Retotalling or Revaluation

Candidates can apply for either retotalling or revaluation or both to the Tamilnadu Teachers Education University within 10 days after the publication of results by paying necessary fee prescribed by the University.

 
Classification of Successful candidates

A candidate shall be awarded the B.Ed. degree if he / she has passed the theory and the practicum components.  Successful candidates shall be classified as specified hereunder by taking into account their total marks secured both in Theory and Practical examinations.

Classification for written examination


Percentage of Marks Classification
50 – 59 Second Class
60 – 74 First class
75 and above Distinction

Classification for practicum components

Percentage of Marks Classification
50 – 59 Second Class
60 – 74 First class
75 and above Distinction

Marks Secured in Activities Group A Marks Secured in Activities Group B Overall Classification for Practical Components
I Class I Class I Class
II Class II Class II Class
I Class II Class II Class
Distinction I Class I Class
I Class Distinction I Class
Distinction Distinction Distinction

OVER ALL CLASSIFICATION

Theory Practical Over all
I Class I Class I Class
II Class II Class II Class
I Class II Class II Class
Distinction I Class I Class
I Class Distinction I Class
Distinction Distinction Distinction