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I have completed my B.ed from JNV University and now want to do M.ed from university of Rajasthan. Can you tell me about University of Rajasthan M.Ed eligibility requirement? What is the fee structure of University of Rajasthan M.Ed?

University of Rajasthan is a well known university situated in Jaipur at Rajasthan .. here I am giving you information about M.ED course admission ..

M.ED course:
Eligibility:

You have to pass Bachelor degree in Science or Engineering or Technology
or Medicine or Pharmaceutical Science and must secured more than 50% or CGPA of 3.0 in the UGC Seven Point
scale [ 45% or CGPA 2.5 in the UGC Seven Point Scale for SC/ST/Non-creamy layer
OBC]

Course Structure:
The details of the courses with code, title and the credits assign are as given below.
Abbreviations Used
Course Category
CCC: Compulsory Core Course
ECC: Elective Core Course
OEC: Open Elective Course
SC: Supportive Course
SSC: Self Study Core Course
SEM: Seminar
PRJ: Project Work
RP: Research Publication

Contact Hours
L: Lecture
T: Tutorial
P: Practical or Other
S: Self Study

University of Rajasthan M.ED admission details

1. NEW ORDINANCES RELATED TO MASTER OF EDUCATION (Semester
Scheme)
O.199F1: The examination of Regular students of Master degree (Post-graduate) courses of
the University admitted in the academic session 2011-12 and after shall be based on (a)
Semester Examinations, (b) Continuous Assessment, (c) Choice Based Credit System, and (d)
Semester Grade Point Average and Cumulative Grade Point Average system as provided in
O.199F1to O.199F5. The ordinances which were in force prior to academic session 2011-12,
will be applicable for Non-collegiate students (wherever permissible) and students admitted
prior to academic session 2011-12 only. The ordinances O.199F1to O.199F5 will have
overriding effect over other ordinances for the Regular courses leading to Masters’ degree.
O.199F2: Fifteen (15) hours of theory teaching will lead to one credit (which means one hour
per week theory teaching in a semester of 90 teaching days) and in case of practical 45 hours
of laboratory work will lead to two credit (which means 3 hours practical class per week in a
semester of 90 teaching days). Each semester of Master’s course shall offer 36 credits or
more. Number of Semester Examinations and Minimum Credit required to be earned for
award of Master degree in various Post-Graduate courses is specified in table given below.
*
Candidate who have been admitted to Master’s degree in Anthropology/ Garment
Production and Export Management / Geography/ Mathematics/ Psychology/ Statistics based
on the Bachelor degree in Arts shall be awarded the M.A. degree in the concerned subject and
candidates who have been admitted to Master’s degree in Garment Production and Export
Management based on the Bachelor degree in Commerce shall be awarded the M.Com.
degree in the subject.
The number of papers, course type and credits and detailed syllabus for each course shall be
shown in the syllabus for the course concerned. A candidate will be required to earn
minimum credits prescribed above for award of the Master degree.
O.199F3:
a) The Department in context of this ordinance means the Department/Centre of
concerned PG subject at University of Rajasthan or that of an affiliated institution or
college, as the case may be. Teacher of parent Department means a duly appointed
Teacher as per UGC prescribed qualifications in the Department where student is
enrolled for the course.
b) A Credit Monitoring Committee (CMC) of the Department will consist of the Head
and THREE Senior Most Teachers on roll of the Department with Head of the
Department as Chairperson. Under special circumstance, when the number of teachers
on roll is less than four, the Vice-Chancellor may constitute the Credit Monitoring
Committee. Registration of candidates in the First and subsequent Semesters after the
prescribed last date shall not be permitted. For subsequent semesters no minimum
credit earning criterion will be applicable. Credit registration atleast once in all
Compulsory Credit Course shall be binding, however, earning all CCC Credits for
accumulation of the prescribed minimum credits shall not be required.
c) The candidate will be required to finalize the number of credits at the time of
registration in a semester and no change will be permitted after seven days of start of
the semester. The CMC of the Department shall forward the credit registration details
of all students enrolled in the semester, latest by the tenth day of commencement of
the semester. The prior approval of Credit Monitoring Committee will be essential
and decision of Credit Monitoring Committee shall be final and binding.
d) The Credit Courses have been classified as
i. Compulsory Core Courses(CCC)
ii. Elective Core Courses(ECC),
iii. Seminar (SEM), Project Work (PRJ), Field Study (FST), Self Study Courses
(SSC), and other Supportive Courses (OSC), Research Publications [RPJ] can
also be taken in support of Core or Elective course wherever so prescribed.
e) The aim of the seminar is to give students an exposure to recent developments and
advance topics of research interest. The Seminar preparations can be undertaken only
on prior approval of Credit Monitoring Committee of the Department. The CMC will
allot Seminar Credits on Merit Basis out of desiring students. Seminar preparations
are to be undertaken under guidance of a Teacher of parent Department. No teacher
shall be permitted to guide more than three students in a semester for Seminar
supervision. The guiding teacher will make continuous internal assessment of the
Seminar. At the End of Semester Examination (EoSE) the Seminar will be conducted

and credits will be awarded by a Board of Three Examiners consisting of the Head of
the Department, guide and one faculty member other than guide.
f) The aim of Project Work or Field Study is to introduce students to research
methodology in the subject and prepare them for pursuing research in theoretical or
experimental or computational areas of the subject. The project work or Field Study is
to be undertaken under guidance of a Teacher of thet Department or a Scientist or any
other suitable person with proven research excellence in the concerned field of study.
The Project Work or Field Study can also be taken up in an outside institution of
repute on approval by Credit Monitoring Committee of the Department. The Project
Work or Field Study can be undertaken only on prior approval of Credit Monitoring
Committee of the Department. The CMC will allot Project Work or Field Study
Credits on Merit Basis out of desirous students. The guiding teacher will make
continuous internal assessment of the Project Work/ Field Study. No teacher shall be
permitted to guide more than three students in a semester for Project Work/Field
Study under his/her supervision. EoSE for Project Work/ Field Study will be held at
the unit where project work has been undertaken by a board of three examiners
consisting of HoD, guide and one senior faculty.
g) Each department is required to arrange delivery of all compulsory core courses and
special number of elective core courses so that the students enrolled for the course can
complete prescribed minimum number of credits. It is not binding on the Department
to make provision for all elective core courses.
h) A course is identified by a course code designated by a string of six alphanumeric
characters and a course title. In a course code the first three characters of the string
indicate the Department offering the course and the later three alphanumeric
characters designate a particular course. In the case of compulsory core course the
fourth character identifies the semester numeric digit and in case of the elective core
courses the fourth character indicates the cluster of specialization. For compulsory
theory core courses the fifth character is ‘0’ , for laboratory core courses it is ‘1’ and
for Project Work/ Seminar/Field Study it is ‘2’ and for Research Publications in
journals it is ‘3’.
i) There will be no supplementary/due paper/special examination. Students with grade
‘F” or ‘E” will have to get themselves re-registered in the course if they so desire with
option either as a Self Study Course or as a regular course depending on the feasibility
at the Department. The credit will be considered and counted only if registered and
approved by the Credit Monitoring Committee at the time of semester registration.
j) The candidate shall not be permitted to appear in EoSE of a particular credit if (i)
he/she does not fulfil the minimum 75% attendance requirement, or (ii) he/she fails to
secure a Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) of 1.5 in the continuous assessment.
The concerned department will have to communicate the eligibility of candidate for
EoSE to the University Fifteen days before commencement of Examination.
O.199F4: In Continuous Assessment (Department/ College/Institution wise) and End of
Semester Examination (EoSE) examination (University as a whole) separate Grades will be
awarded as specified under this ordinance. The continuous assessment will consist of two
components, namely, (i) Internal Assessment and (ii) Sessional Test(s) in ratio 30:70. The

internal assessment component will comprise of assessment of students performance on the
basis of factors like Attendance, Classroom Participation, Quiz, Home Assignment etc. The
sessional test shall be conducted on coverage of 50% of course content specified in the
syllabus. The Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average
(CGPA) for Continuous Assessment will be calculated on the Department/College level and
for EoSE at the University level. The name of College/Department will be mentioned with
SGPA and CGPA of Continuous Assessment.
O.199F5:
a) Grades in a particular examination with less than 10 students registered in the course
(cumulative at Department level for continuous assessment and cumulative at
university level for EoSE) will be awarded on the basis of percentage of marks
obtained as per table given below.

b) Grades in a particular examination with more than 10 students registered in the course
(cumulative at Department level for continuous assessment and cumulative at
university level for EoSE) will be calculated on the basis of relative merit of marks
obtained, that is, Grade O (Point 6) to top 10% students, Grade A (Point 5) to next 25
% students in merit order, Grade B (Point 4) to further next 30% students in the merit
order and Grade C (Point 3) to further next 25% in the merit order and Grade D (Point
2) to remaining last 10% students with exceptions permitted (i) to the extent to award
students with same mark and the same grade, (ii) to award Grade E (Point 1) to those
students securing less than 33% but more than 25% marks in the examination, and
(iii) to award Grade F (Point 0) to those students securing less than 25% marks in the
examination. The grade point assignment is also given below in tabular form.
c)
Standing in Merit of the Course or Marks
Obtained in the course
Grade Grade
Point
Grade Definition
Top 10 % in Merit
O
6
Outstanding
Among Top 35% in Merit but not in Top
10%
A
5
Very Good
Among Top 65% in Merit but not in Top
35%
B
4
Good
Among Top 90% in Merit but not in Top
65%
C
3
Average

Among Last 10% in Merit
D
2
Below Average
25% <=Marks<33%
E
1
Poor
Marks<25%
F
0
FAIL
d) Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and Cumulative Grade Point Average
(CGPA) will be calculated on the credit weighted average of the grade points obtained
as given below.
SGPA=


Where
Ci: Number of credits earned in the i
th
course of Semester for which SGPA is to be
calculated.
Pi: Grade Point Earned in ith course
i: 1, 2, ....n represents the number of courses in which a student is registered in the
concerned semester.
CGPA=


Where
Ci: Number of credits earned in the i
th
course of Course till date for which CGPA
is to be calculated.
Pi: Grade Point Earned in ith course
i: 1, 2, ....n represents the number of courses in which a student is registered in the
concerned semester.
e) The SGPA, CGPA grades will be assigned as per table given below.
SGPA or CGPA
Grade
Definition
5.50 to 6.00
O
Outstanding
4.50 to 5.49
A
Very Good
3.50 to 4.49
B
Good
2.50 to 3.49
C
Average
1.50 to 2.49
D
Below Average
0.50 to 1.49
E
Poor
0.00 to 0.49
F
FAIL
f) The University will issue a complete transcript of credits, grade obtained, SGPA and
CGPA on declaration of each semester result and a consolidated one on the
accumulation of minimum credits required for the award of Master degree.
g) The maximum period for accumulation of the credit for Award of Master degree is 5
years (8 years for Ten Semester courses). Failing which the credits earned will stand
withdrawn and null and void.
h) The details of conversion of seven point scale into percentage as per UGC notification
is given below


For example (i) CGPA of 5.73 is equivalent to 86.5%, (ii) CGPA of 5.12 is equivalent
to 71.2%, (iii) CGPA of 4.34 is equivalent to 63.4%, (iv) CGPA of 3.26 is equivalent
to 52.6%, (v) CGPA of 2.17 is equivalent to 41.04%, and (vi) CGPA of 1.11 is
equivalent to 29.88%.
2. Eligibility:
A candidate who has secured more than 50% or CGPA of 3.0 in the UGC Seven Point
scale [ 45% or CGPA 2.5 in the UGC Seven Point Scale for SC/ST/Non-creamy layer
OBC] or equivalent in the Bachelor degree in Science or Engineering or Technology
or Medicine or Pharmaceutical Science shall be eligible for admission to First
Semester of a Master of Education course.
3. Scheme of Examination:
(1) Each theory paper EoSE shall carry 100 marks The EoSE will be of 3 hours duration.
Part ‘A’ of theory paper shall contain 10 Short Answer Questions of 20 marks, based
on knowledge, understanding and applications of the topics/texts covered in the
syllabus. Each question will carry one mark for correct answer.
(2) Part “B” of paper will consisting of four questions with internal choice (except in cases
where a different scheme is specifically specified in the syllabus) of 20 mark each. The
limit of answer will be five pages.
(3) Each Laboratory EoSE will be of four/six hour durations and involve laboratory
experiments/exercises, and viva-voce examination with weightage in ratio of 75:25.
4. Course Structure:
The details of the courses with code, title and the credits assign are as given below.
Abbreviations Used
Course Category
CCC: Compulsory Core Course
ECC: Elective Core Course
OEC: Open Elective Course
SC: Supportive Course
SSC: Self Study Core Course
SEM: Seminar
PRJ: Project Work
RP: Research Publication
Contact Hours
L: Lecture
T: Tutorial
P: Practical or Other
S: Self Study
Relative Weights
IA: Internal Assessment (Attendance/Classroom Participation/Quiz/Home Assignment etc.)
ST: Sessional Test


CCC (27), ECC (9)
Elective Core Courses:
Specialization Clusters
A. ET: Educational Technology
A01 : Educational Technology
B01 : Educational Technology and Instructional Process
Elective
Course Code
Specialization
Paper Title
Prerequisite
Semester
EDU
A01
Educational
Technology
I. Educational
Technology
EDU
B01
II. Educational
Technology and
Instructional
Process
EDU 101- Philosophical Foundations of Education
1.
The Meaning & Nature of Philosophy, Branches of Philosophy;
metaphysics, epistemology, and axiology and their implications for
education; philosophical redirection of educational research in recent
times.
2.
Evolution of Educational thought : The Philosophic Religious Traditions
–Characteristics of Indian Philosophy; Education as conceived in vadic
times; Nature of the learner goals of life, theory of knowledge and the
ethical values as advocated in the following Philosophies:
Buddhism
Jainism
Nyaya
Vedanta (Upanishad, Geeta and Advaita Vedanta only) Samkhya.
Teacher student relationship as manifest in Bhagwatgeeta and Upanishads.
Quranic monism and monotheism and its influence in education

Western Philosophical Foundations of Education-A short introduction to
major Western Philosophic Naturalism: Its metaphysics and
epistemology; aims of education, educative process, freedom and
discipline in education.
Idealism: Its metaphysics and theories of knowledge: the nature of the
learner, aims of education, teacher pupil relationship at freedm and
discipline, values in education, Realism; Its metaphysics and theories of
Knowledge: aims of education, nature of the learner and educative
process, freedom and discipline.
Pragmatism; its metaphysics and theories of knowledge; the nature of
the learner, aims of education, teacher pupil relationship, method of
education and curriculum.
4.
Contemporary philosophical thought and education, Humanism and
Existentialism
5.
thinkers on Education- Gandhi, Aurbindo, Jiddu Krishnamurthi, Paulo
Freire
Sessional Work
1.
One term paper
2.
Two abstracts of recent articles related to the subject published in
journals.
EDU 102- Psychological Foundations of Teaching- Learning
Unit I: General conception of teaching:
1.
Teaching: Its fundamental dimension such as the teacher, the student, the
learning material and learning objectives, the methods, the environments
as they interact with each other and determine student learning a
discussion of how they affect teaching learning.
2.
Theories of Teaching: The concept relation to theories of learning, the
concept of a model for Teaching, a few illustrations such as Robert
Glasser's Basic Model of teaching, Flander's interaction Model of
Teaching.
Unit II: School of Psychology and learning Theories:
1. An introduction to behaviorism, Functionalism Gestalt Psycho-analysis.
Learning theories with class room implication (a) Connectionism (b)

Classical Conditioning (c) Operant conditioning cognitive field theory
contributions of Piaget, Bruner and Ausubel to learning.
Unit III: Psychological Determinants of Teaching Learning:
a. Cognitive abilities: Intelligence creativity, attitude, Nature, measurements
and implication for teaching learning......
b. motivation: Nature, classification and theories, maslow's self
actualization and Maslow's achievement, Motivation with reference to
research done in India.
c. Personality:- characteristics, interests needs adjustment, anxiety self
concept, their nature and measurement and implications for teaching
learning.
d. Creativity;- concept measurement and creative teaching.
Unit IV: Adjustment:
Psychology of Adjustment, Adjustment process and different adjustment
mechanism. Maladjustment and corrective measures.
Unit V: Group Dynamics:
Concept, structure and process, Class room climate and its educational
implications.
Unit VI: Innovations in Teaching Learning:
a.
Education Technology: meaning, brief history, its three types
(Edu. Technology I, Edu. Technology II, Edu. Technology III)
b.
Programmed Instruction; definition, Origin, types, principles of
linear and branching programming, steps in the construction of
a programme.
c.
Computer assisted learning and Teaching.
Sessional Work:
1.
Administration, scoring and interpretation of any one of the projective
tests of Personality.
2.
Administration, Scoring and interpretation of any one attitude scale or
interest inventory or aptitude test.
3.
Construction of program learning on any topic of one's own choice.


EDU 103- Methodology of Educational Research
Unit I: Concept of Research in Education:
i.
Meaning & Significance of Research
ii.
Research in Education-its need & significance
iii. scientific method and Research in Education.
iv. Need for Developing Scientific Attitudes.
Unit II: Building scientific Educational Research Theory:
i.
Philosophical & Scientific theory
ii.
Concepts and Constructs.
iii. Hypothesis, Facts, Theory, Laws & axioms
iv. Research & educational theory, Steps in developing a Scientific
Theory.
v.
Relationship between theory & Research
Unit III: Developing a Research Plan:
i.
The Research Problem – Its selection, formulation and delimitation,
Qualities of a good research problem.
ii.
Formulation of hypothesis, characteristics of good hypothesis, testing
of hypothesis & Null hypothesis.
iii. Sampling, Methods of sampling, characteristics of a good sample.
iv. Format in preparing a research plan.
Unit IV: Types of Educational Research:
i.
Historical Research, Primary & secondary Sources, documents and
relies.
ii.
Status Surveys- Descriptive and Normative survey.
iii. Experimental Research, Research deigns- simple and various group
designs.
iv.
Basic and Action Research.
v.
Correlational & Prediction Studies
vi. Interdisciplinary approach to Educational research.
Unit V: Collection of Data
i.
Problems involved in the collection of Data.
ii.
Techniques & Tools of Data collection.
iii. Characteristics of a good research tool or technique Reliability,
validity and norms.
iv. Questionnaire, Interview, observation attitude scales, Rating scales,
check lists, standardized educational & psychological tests.
v.
Case study technique and case work.

Sessional Work:-
I-
Review of Related literature on any one area/problem of research.
II- A critical standardization appraisal of a recent research study.
EDU 201- Sociological Foundations of Education
1.
Concept, meaning, scope and Functions of sociology of Education as a
Social Sub-system.
i.
Concept of Social system
ii.
Specific characteristics of education as a special sub-system
iii. Education and its relationship with other special sub-system i.e.
Family, Caste and State.
2.
Education as a social process:
i.
Theories of socialization.
ii. Process of acculturation and socialization.
iii. Role of family, Caste, and state in preservation transmission and
enrichment of culture.
iv. The concept of culture. Cultural lag, conflict,
v. Unity and diversity in India, making composite culture. Role of
education.
3
(a) Education and change:-
i.
Concepts of change and planned change.
ii. Process of Planned change.
iii Functions and qualities of change agent.
iv. Social Mobility and factors affecting social mobility,
Modernization and Education.
v.
Impact of science, globalization and technology on society &
education.
(b) Social structure & Education-Conflict and Crisis within Indian
Social Structure.


Social dimension of Education
i.
Approaches to religious
ii. Socialistic democratic state of Indian society and education.
iii. Existing educational disparities, nature and causes equalisation of
education opportunities.
iv. Radical thought attentions in education, Deschooling, Concept and
consequences. Futurology of Education.
Sessional Work:-
1
One term paper
2
Two abstract of recent articles related to the subject published in journal.
EDU 201 Statistics in Education
Unit I : Analysis and Interpretation of Data
i.
Qualitative Analysis-Content analysis,
ii.
External and Internal criticism.,
iii.
Quantitative Analysis.
a
Testing the significance of reliability of measures of central
tendency, variability, parentages & correlation.
b
Testing the significance of statistics by the use of t-test F-Ratio
test, Mann-Whitney U test sign chi-square test & Median test.
c
Use of Computers in research.
Unit II : Writing the Research Report :
i.
Use of library, importance of taking notes, reference material.
ii.
Characteristics of a good research report.
iii.
Evaluation of research report, criteria for evaluation.
Unit III: Review of Educational Research in India & Abroad :
i.
History of Research in Education in India & Abroad.
ii.
Present status of Research in India & abroad.
iii. Recent trends and gaps in different areas.
iv.
Future of Educational Research in India. Research needs with
special Reference to Rajasthan.

Unit IV – Graphical Presentation of Data-Utility, types and construction.
cumulative percentage curve/ogive, line graph, histogram, ployogon.
Sessional work
EDU -221 DISSERTATIONS
1
Development of any one of the following tools and its
standardization-
a.
Questionnaire
b.
Observation schedule
c.
Interview schedule
d.
An attitudes scale
e.
Rating scale
f.
Check list.
2
Formulating an action research proposal.
EDU A01 Educational Technology
Unit I: (i) Concept of Educational Technology-its definition, meaning and
scope, (ii) Role of Educational Technology in modem times, (iii) Research
and innovations in Educational Technology in India-trends and Priority
Areas.
Unit II: S-R Theories of Learning Skinner and Gagne.
Unit III: (i) System approach-definition, characteristics.
(ii) Education as a system (iii) Communication in education-communication process;
components of communication processes; Teaching-Learning as a communication
process,
Unit IV: (i) Formulation of educational objectives Traditional V/S modern approach
(ii) Content analysis; Task analysis; Criterion reference test and Normative reference
test.
Unit V: Open and Distance Learning systems-concept, need, characteristics and
scope, Nature of learning materials, evaluation and feedback.
Sessional work
1. Evaluation of a media based educational programme.
2. Preparation of any two communication aids.


EDU B01- Educational Technology and Instructional Process
Unit I: (i) Instructional process : Teaching and Instructions components of
Instructional Process-Objectives, content, Media, Method, Learning Teacher and
Evaluation efficiency and effectiveness, (ii) Formulation of Instructional Objectives-
Behavioral Specification Entry and Terminal Behavior.
Objective in the Three Domains of Behavior (Cognitive, Affective and
Psychomotor).
Unit II : (i) Methods and Media: Criteria for selection of methods and media:
Multimedia approach to instruction, (ii) Instructional Techniques-Lecture,
Discussions, Seminars Panel Discussion, Team-Teaching, Brain storming and
Tutorial, (ii) Communication Media in education: Mass media. T.V. Radio, Films,
Tape Recorder, Computer and other accessories
Unit III -
Teacher Behaviour- modification. Micro-Teaching, simulation ,Interaction, Analysis,
Competency Based Teacher Education.
Unit IV - Instructional Design: Concept and Components. Individualized Instruction
(Programmed Instruction, kellars plan, Mastery Learning). Small Group Instruction,
Large Group Instruction.
Sessional work-
(i)
Preparation and operation of one lesson on Team-Teaching
(ii) Preparation of two micro lessons on any two skills.
(iii) Preparation of one Radio/T.V. lesson script

Contact details :
Rajasthan University
Jln Marg, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302005 ‎
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