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As you required for the syllabus of the Punjab University B. Ed here I have attached a file for you having the syllabus.

Following is the content of the syllabus:


PART-I : THEORY
(i) Evaluation in this part will be external as well as internal.
(ii) Each theory paper will be of three hours duration. This part will consist of seven papers.
PAPER NOMENCLATURE EVALUATION
External Internal Total
I Teacher in Emerging Indian Society 80 20 100
II Development of Learner and
Teaching-Learning Process 80 20 100
III Development of Educational System 80 20 100
in India
IV Essentials of Educational




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Panjab University offers courses and research in Science, Engineering & Technology, Humanities, Commerce, Social Sciences, Performing Arts and Sports. It is affiliated to UGC.

Punjab University B.Ed Admission Details
The examination for the degree of Bachelor of Education in all written papers shall be held in the month of April .

The examination for Practical, Skill in Teaching shall be held in the months of May or at such other dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council.
A supplementary examination shall be held in the month of September or as fixed by the Academic Council.

Eligibility Criteria:
Any graduate of Punjab University or any other statutory University, who after passing the examination for the Bachelor's degree in the faculty with 50% marks, has undergone the course of training for the Degree of Bachelor of Education for one year at a college.

Physical Education Syllabus:
Section–A
(i) Physical Education :
(a) Meaning and its aim and objectives.
(b) Scope and importance of Physical Education.
(c) Physical Fitness : Components of physical fitness.
(ii) Age and sex difference in relation to physical activities and sports.
(iii) Effects of exercise on respiratory system and circulatory system.
(iv) Common health problems and preventions : Alcohol, nicotine, narcotics & drugs.
Section–B
(v) Health : Definition, concept of health.
(a) Health Education : Meaning and objectives
(b) Diet : Elements of balanced diet
(vi) Posture : Importance of good posture, common postural deformities (Kyphosis, Lordosis, Scoliosis, Flatfoot, Knock Knee, Bow Legs) and their remedial exercise and asanas.
(vii) Organization : Organization of sports meet (Pre Meet work during Meet and Post Meet Work).
(viii) Tournaments : Fixture : Only single knock out, its merits and demerits, Single League Tournaments, its merits and demerits.

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Panjab University has 75 teaching and research departments and 15 centres/chairs for teaching and research

B.Ed Syllabus –

General Professional Course of Theory Papers :

Paper-I Philosophical and Sociological Bases of Education
Paper-II The Learner -Nature and Development
Paper-III Teaching Learning -Process and Evaluation
Paper-IV
(PART-A) School Management
(PART-B) Guidance and Counselling
Paper-V
(PART-A) ICT Skill Development
(PART-B) Any One of the following options:

School Library and Information Services
Yoga Education
Comparative Education
Value Education
Life Long Learning
Educational Technology
Health and Physical Education
Elementary Education
Education of Children with special needs
Women Education & Indian Society
Population Education
Co-Curricular Activities in Schools
Distance Education and Open Learning
E-Education Resource Development
Environmental Education

PAPERS-VI & VII : Methodology of Teaching of any two of the following :

Teaching of Agriculture
Teaching of Commerce
Teaching of Computer Education
Teaching of Economics
Teaching of English
Teaching of Fine Arts
Teaching of Geography
Teaching of Hindi
Teaching of History
Teaching of Home Science
Teaching of Life Science
Teaching of Mathematics
Teaching of Music
Teaching of Physical Education
Teaching of Physical Science
Teaching of Political Science
Teaching of Public Administration
Teaching of Punjabi
Teaching of Sanskrit
Teaching of Science
Teaching of Social Studies
Teaching of Sociology








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Punjab University was established in the year 1882, it offers various courses and research in Science, Engineering & Technology, Humanities, Commerce, Social Sciences, Performing Arts and Sports.

As you required for the Punjab University B. Ed Syllabus, here is the same:

(i) Teaching of English or Hindi or Punjabi or Sanskrit
(ii) Teaching of Social Studies or
Teaching of Political Science or
Teaching of Geography or
Teaching of History or
Teaching of Economics
TEaching of Commerce
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics
(iv) Teaching of Physical Science
(v) Teaching of Life Science
(vi) Teaching of Home Science
(vii) Teaching of Art
(viii) Teaching of Agriculture
(ix) Teaching of Music
(x) Teaching of Commerce
(xi) Teaching of Computers
(xii) Teaching of Science
(xiii) Teaching of Physical Education

ORDINANCES FOR
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
1. An examination for the degree of Bachelor of Education in all written papers shall be held in the month of April or at such other dates may be fixed by the Academic Council. The examination for Practical, Skill in Teaching shall be held in the months of May or at such other dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council.
A supplementary examination shall be held in the month of September or as fixed by the Academic Council. The examination shall be open to candidates who have been declared reappear.
2. The examination shall be open to :
(a) Any graduate of this University or any other statutory University, who after passing the examination for the Bachelor's degree in the faculty with 50% marks, has undergone the course of training for the Degree of Bachelor of Education for one year at a college, admitted to the privileges of the University for this examination and* has attended not less than 75% of the total number of lectures delivered in each paper/subject and 75% of the periods held in practicals/map work, in each paper/subject during the academic year.
(The college shall be required to deliver at least 75% of
the total number of lectures prescribed for each paper/subject). The shortage in the attendance of lectures by the candidates will be condoned as per rules made by the University from time to time. The student falling short of required percentage beyond that in a subject shall not be permitted to appear in the examination.
A candidate who becomes inelligible in Part I for want of minimum attendance stands inelligible for Part Ii or in part III also and vice-versa.
Each candidats to becom eligible in the University examinations and will also have to fulfil the following conditions :
(i) to qualify in the House Test securing at least 20 marks in each theory paper of Part I
(In case a candidate does ot fulfil this requirement , he will have to rejoin the course as a casual student in the next session to fulfil this requirement.)
(ii) to attend at least 75 % of the total periods pertaining to Games and Sports in part III,
(iii) to qualify in the internal evaluation of Community Work securing at least 40% marks in Part III
OR
(b) Any Graduate who having become eligible in terms of clause 2 (a) does not appeaar int he examinaiton or having appeared int he examinaiton has failed and is recommended by the Principal of his college, provided that he appears in the examination with in a period of three years from the date of completion of the course.

3. Every candidate shall submit his application on the prescribed form through Principal of the college, admitted to the privileges of the University for this examination, he has most recently attende, alongwith a certificate of good moral character.
4 The amount of admission fe to be paid by a candidate shall be as prescribed :
(1) For improvement of Marks/ division the fee will be as prescribed.
(2) last date by which admission form and fees must rach the Registrar shall be as follows.



* A student who is unable to appear in the examination owing to shortage in the prescribed course of lectures in the subject or subjects may be allowed to appear at the following examination, if he, makes up the deficiency in the subject or subjects concerned by attending lectures at a college admitted to the privileges of the Punjabi University.


Annual Examination Without
Late Fee With
Rs.800/-
Late Fee With
Rs.1200/-
Late Fee With
Rs. 5000/-
Late Fee With
Rs. 10,000/-
Late Fee
Regular
Students 21st December 12th January 12th February 28th February 15th March
Private Students 15th October 15th November 15th December 15th January 15th March
Supplementary Examination 15th July 31st July 16th August 31st August 10th September


* No Examination Form will be accepted after this date.
5. The examination shall consist of the three parts as under:
Part-I : : Theory
Part-II : Skill in Teaching
Part-III : Work Experience, Community
Work and Games and Sports
The scheme of examination and syllabus shall be as prescribed.
6. Internal assessment marks as indicated under the parts concerned shall be recorded by the Principal of the college on the recommendation of the teacher-incharge during the period of training. The marks thus awarded shall be forwarded by the Principal to the Univeristy office. University may appoint an Inspector to inspect the record of the internal assessment of the lesson etc.
7. English or Punjabi shall be the medium of examination except in the case of Classical and Modern Indian Languages in which the medium of examination will be the allied Modern Indian Language for Classical language and the particular Indian language for Modern Indian Language.
The candidates who have not studied the subject of Punjabi in lower exam. may answer questions in Hindi medium.
Candidates offering teaching of Indian languages (Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu) in the B.Ed. course shall be allowed to answer their questions in the relevant language.
Candidates offering teaching of Music shall be allowed to answer their questions either in Hindi or Punjabi or English at their option
Question paper shall be set both in English or Punjabi languages.
8. The number of marks required to pass the examination shall be as under :
Part-I : The minimum pass marks in each paper will be 35% and 40% in the aggregate. Provided that where there is practical, a candidate shall be required to pass in theory and practical examinations separately.
Part-II : The minimum pass marks for each teaching subject as well as in the aggregate shall be 40%.
Part-III : The minimum marks for (i) Work Experience and (ii) Community Work shall be 40% separately as well as in the aggregate.
Grace marks shall be allowed according to Ordinances relating to 'Award of Grace Marks'.
9. A candidate who is unable to clear the examination within four consecutive chances shall not be allowed to continue his/her studies for the B.Ed. course;
Provided that a candidate who is unable to appear in one or more chances owing to illness will be given next succeeding one or more chances missed by him/her on application accompanied by a medical certificate and duly recommended by the Principal of the college as per ordinances.
10. A candidate who fails shall be permitted to take the examination in part or parts in which he fails; provided he passes in all the parts within four consecutive chances commencing with the first chance availed of. Such a candidate shall pay prescribed admission fee on each occasion. This concession shall, however, be subject to the following conditions :
(i) A candidate who fails in one paper only of Part-I securing atleast 40% marks in the aggregate of the remaining papers shall, if he so desires, be given exemption from reappearing in such papers but, in order to pass the examination, he shall secure 35% marks in the remaining papers and 40% in aggregate of all the papers of Part-I taken together :
Provided that for the purpose of the concession, he shall be permitted to appear in the supplementary examination of the same year and at the next annual examination in the following year on payment of prescribed admission fee on each occasion.
(ii) A candidate who does not obtain 40% marks in Part-II shall be required to appear in Part-II as a whole. However, he shall be permitted to appear in the supplementary examination of the same year and at the next annual examination in the following year on payment of prescribed admission fee on each occasion.
(iii) A candidate who does not obtain 40% marks in 'Work Experience' in Part-III shall be permitted to appear in the supplementary examination of the same year and the next annual examination in the following year on payment of prescribed admission fee on each occasion.
11. The successful candidates shall be classified as under :
(a) 60 per cent and above, first division.
(b) 50 per cent and above, but less than 60 per cent, second division.
(c) below 50 per cent, third division.
(i) Total of Part-I
(ii) Total of Part-II
(iii) Total of Part-III
The result published will indicate the divisions mentioned above and the marks obtained by the candidate on the combined total of Part-I, Part-II and Part-III. The detailed certificate will indicate marks obtained in each of the Theory papers (Part-I) and the marks obtained in Part-II and Part-III in (i) and (ii) separately. The merit of a candidate shall be determined on the basis of the total score in Part-I, Part-II and Part-III. But the candidates to be on the merit list must secure at least 55% in each part separately.
12. Four weeks after the termination of the examination or as soon as may be the Registrar shall publish a list of the candidates who have passed.
13. The marks awarded to a candidate in the Internal Assessment will be carried forward at his option when he is permitted to reappear in a part or parts in subsequent examination. The marks obtained by a candidate in Internal Assessment shall be valid even if he remains absent in the external examination.
14. A person who has already passed the examination from a college affiliated to this University for the degree of Bachelor of Education may offer as an additional subject, a Main Craft other than the one in which he has already passed. Such a candidate may be admitted to examination on payment of prescribed admission fee. The candidate shall have to join a college admitted to the privileges of the University, for training in the craft and the college shall supply internal assessment award to the University in accordance with the ordinance laid down for the purpose.
(a) College will allow admission in those subjects where facilities are available.
15. (i) A person who has already passed the B.Ed. examination from this University may be allowed to offer as an additional subject any of the relevant subjects other than those in which he/she has already passed the B.Ed. examination. In case of teaching subject such as language, Mathematics, Science or Social Studies the candidate should have already passed the graduate/Post-graduate examination with that particular subject as an elective subject. In addition to the written paper, the candidate shall undergo practical test in the teaching of the additional subject taken by him/her and for this he shall complete one month's school practice under approved supervision.
(ii) In the training colleges affiliated to the Punjabi University, Patiala candidates who have passed B.Ed. from this University can join as casual students. The rules pertaining to the Teaching Skill which are applicable for regular students, who also apply to those who take an additional teaching subject. This will include one month's teaching practice under the supervision of the training college covering demonstration, observation and discussion lesson etc. The required teaching aids pertaining to the additional subject will have to be deposited.
(iii) A teacher who has a teaching experience of 5 years in a recognised educational institute and wants to offer a teaching subject as an additional subject, will be exempted from teaching practice. However, he/she will have to deliver the required discussion, lessons and will deposit the relevant teaching aids in the teaching institution.
The candidates will deposit fee for one quarter and will send his/her admission form and fee for examination through the concerned Principal.
(iv) The examination for such candidate shall be held in the month of April or on such other dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council for the Annual Examination. The amount of admission fee to be paid for appearing in additional subject under this ordinances shall be as prescribed.
(v) The minimum number of marks for passing the additional subject for B.Ed. Examination shall be 40% in Theory and Skill in teaching separately.




SYLLABUS
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (B.Ed.)
2011 & 2012 EXAMINATIONS
OUTLINES OF TESTS
The syllabi of B.Ed. Course will consist of following three parts:
PART-I : Theory 700 Marks
PART-II : Skill in Teaching 300 Marks
PART-III : Sessional Work 200 Marks
Total 1200 Marks
PART-I : THEORY
(i) Evaluation in this part will be external as well as internal.
(ii) Each theory paper will be of three hours duration. This part will consist of seven papers.
PAPER NOMENCLATURE EVALUATION
External Internal Total
I Teacher in Emerging Indian Society 80 20 100
II Development of Learner and
Teaching-Learning Process 80 20 100
III Development of Educational System 80 20 100
in India
IV Essentials of Educational
Technology and Management 80 20 100
V (A) Compulsory
Guidance and Counselling 40 10 50
(B) Elective:
Any one of the following: 40 10 50
(i) Elementary Education
(ii) Population Education
(iii) Environmental Education
(iv) Alternative Education (Adult and Non-Formal Education)
(v) Educational Measurement and Evaluation
(vi) Physical Education
(vii) Value Education
(viii) Information and Communication Technology
VI & Teaching Subject-I 80 20 100
VII Teaching Subject-II 80 20 100
Any two of the following options:
(i) Teaching of English or Hindi or Punjabi or Sanskrit
(ii) Teaching of Social Studies or
Teaching of Political Science or
Teaching of Geography or
Teaching of History or
Teaching of Economics
TEaching of Commerce
(iii) Teaching of Mathematics
(iv) Teaching of Physical Science
(v) Teaching of Life Science
(vi) Teaching of Home Science
(vii) Teaching of Art
(viii) Teaching of Agriculture
(ix) Teaching of Music
(x) Teaching of Commerce
(xi) Teaching of Computers
(xii) Teaching of Science
(xiii) Teaching of Physical Education
PART-II : SKILL IN TEACHING 200 100 300
This part will consist of the following :
(i) Five core microteaching skills, in simulation and two lesson in each skill in each subject.
(ii) At least two demonstration lessons in each subject.
(iii) At least two discussion lessons in each subject.
(iv) At least thirty observation lessons, i.e. fifteen in each subject, besides observation of demonstration and discussion lessons.
(v) Teaching practice of thirty working days with a minimum of twenty five lessons in each subject.
(vi) Black board writing and sketch making.
(vii) Preparation of at least two teaching aids in each subject.
At least twenty five percent of the lessons delivered by a candidate should be elaborately supervised and supervisor’s remarks, comments and suggestions on each lesson should be written on the candidate’s lesson note book. The Principal of the college will certify on the lesson note book of the candidates that the above requirements have been completed. Teaching practice will be completed before the commencement of the university examination. As far as possible, the discussion lessons will be supervised by Method Masters.
During the examination of Skill in Teaching, a period should have a duration of 0 to 35 minutes and not more than three lessons be allowed to be evaluated in that period. Two lessons (one in each subject) of 100 marks each will be evaluated by a board of two examiners – one internal and one external.
Internal evaluation for each paper will be as under:
Two Discussion Lessons 20 Marks
Two Teaching Aids 20 Marks
Overall Teaching Practice 10 Marks
The Principal of the college will be co-ordinator. The co-ordinator will ensure uniformity in the standard of evaluation of different examiners. Only college level teachers/university teachers would be approved as examiners. He/She may take changes in the assessment, if required and inform the examiner before preparing the final list. The award list prepared by the examiners will accompany the final list, when it is submitted to the university.
PRACTICE OF TEACHING Marks: 100
(a) Discussion lessons in each subject 20+20
(b) Two Teaching aids in each subject 20+20
(c) Overall school practice 20
EVALUATION
The Principal of the college will arrange orientation programmes in item (a) above. Evaluation in all items (a to c) will be internal and done by the teachers concerned as following:
(a) On the basis of the marks in discussion lessons.
(b) By the subject teacher and
(c) The supervisor in school. This assessment will be sent to the university by the Principal before 1st April.
PART-III : SESSIONAL WORK Marks : 200

(i) Work Experience
External Internal Total
40 Marks 10 Marks 50 Marks
There will be practical work in this part. External evaluation will be done by a board of two examiners – one internal and one external with the principal as co-ordinator. Internal evaluation will be done on the basis of a record/file maintained by the student. A student to be eligible in the B.Ed. examination must attend 75% of the total periods allotted to this activity. The candidate will chose any one of the following :
Note : A student opting paper V B option VIII “Information and Communication Technology” will not be allowed to take the option (a) “Computer Application” in Sessional Work Part-III.
(a) Computer Application
(b) Gardening
(c) Home Craft : Cooking or Needle Work
(d) Leather Work
(e) Drawing and Painting
(f) Interior Decoration
(g) Domestic Use of Electric Gadgets

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Old July 19th, 2014, 08:03 AM
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Can I get help from you? I have got admission in B Ed degree course at a Private College affiliated to Punjab University. Can you please give me its detailed revised syllabus?
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Old August 14th, 2014, 12:19 PM
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DEAR SIR,

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PLEASE PROVIDE A B,ED SYLLABUS 2014 DETAIL.
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Old August 16th, 2014, 02:35 PM
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You should check out the official website of Punjab university it has complete details of the syllabus
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I just want to see the syallabus of hindi for B.ed session 2013-14
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Old August 30th, 2015, 11:28 AM
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Hello,

I need Punjabi university syllabus for B.Ed. Is it of 2 years?

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