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IGNOU B.Ed. Prospectus January 2013

Published On: 18 Jun 2012 | Last Updated On: 24 Jul 2013

IGNOU has announced the Prospectus of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) for January 2013.

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Bachelor of Education (BEd) Program

The eligibility criterion for the B.Ed program is a Bachelor’s or higher degree from a recognized university.   Candidates with Two years full-time regular teaching experience on temporary/permanent basis as Primary/Graduate/Post-Graduate Teachers in Primary, Secondary/Higher/Senior secondary school recognized by the central or a state government or a union territory are eligible to take admission. The Minimum Duration is 2 Years and Maximum Duration is 4 Years. There is no age bar.

The aim of the Program is:

  •  Systematise experiences and strengthen the professional competency of in-service teachers.
  •  Imbibe the knowledge and develop understanding of various methods and approaches of organizing learning experiences of secondary school students.
  •  Develop skills required in selection and organizing learning experiences.
  •  Understand the nature of the learner and of learning processes.
  •  Develop skills involved in dealing with the academic and personal problems of learners.
  •  Acquire knowledge and develop understanding about the various procedures and techniques of evaluation and their classroom application.
  •  Develop skills involved in selecting, developing and using evaluation tools.
  •  Provide knowledge and develop understanding about various aspects of school management.
  •  Develop competencies for organizing various instructional and student-support activities.
  •  Develop an appreciation of the role of the teacher in the prevailing socio-cultural and political context in general, and the educationa1 system in particular.

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