S.NO. Course Name Duration Eligibility Seats
1 Bachelor of Education 2 Year Graduation in Any Stream 100

Objectives :

  • To develop among teachers a clear understanding of the Psychology of their students
  • To enable them understand the process of socialization.
  • To develop in them the skills for guidance & counselling.
  • To enable them to foster creative thinking among pupils for the reconstruction of knowledge.
  • To acquaint them with the factors and forces (Within the school & outside) affecting educational system & classroom situations.
  • To acquaint them with educational needs of special group of pupils.
  • To enable them to utilize community resources as educational pupils.
  • To develop communication skills and to use the modern information technology.
  • To enable them to undertake action researches & use innovative practices.
  • To foster in them a desire for life-long learning.

  • Duration of the Course:

    The one year B-ED. Course will be of one academic year in duration; that is from 1st July to 30th April. The university examination in theory papers will be held in April and the university examination in practical will be conducted in Feb/March same session.


    1. For C.G. Students: Minimum 50% marks in Graduation/Post-Graduation or equivalent from any recognized university is required for the admission in B.Ed. There is 5% relaxation in eligibility examination's marks for reserve candidates (ST/SC/OBC) of Chhattisgarh State.

    2. For O.C.G. Students: Minimum 50% marks in Graduation/Post-Graduation or equivalent from any recognized university is required for the admission in B.Ed. Honours students should have 50% aggregate marks in Graduation.

    Admission Procedure:

    1. Admission shall be made through the online counselling, will be done by MKCL on the merit basis of marks obtained in the Pre-Bed Entrance Examination conducted by Chhattisgarh Vyavsaik Pariksha Mandal as per the policy of the state Government /UT. Administration and the university.

    2. For admission to examination, a candidate shall apply to the Registrar of the University on a prescribed form through the principal of the college and produce the following certificate signed by the principal of the college, viz certificate of

  • Good conduct
  • Fitness to present himself at the examination,
  • Having attended the prescribed course in physical training or exceptional case any other activities permitted by the principal
  • Having completed satisfactory the course in pedagogical drawing.

  • Course Planning:

    In order to pass in the part, a candidate will have to obtain at least 33% marks aggregate in theory papers in university examination, a candidate securing 198 marks in the aggregate shall be placed in the third division in this part, 270 marks in the second division and 360 marks in the first division. In each theory paper the candidate should obtain at least 25% marks.

    I Division : 60% and above

    II Division : more than 45% but less than 60%

    III Division : more than 33% but less than 45% below 33% will fall.

    The theory papers are as follows :

    Paper - I, II and III (Compulsory Papers) :

    Paper - I : Teacher in Emerging Indian Society.

    Paper - II : Development of Learning & Teaching Learning Process.

    Paper - III : Educational Technology & Management.

    Paper - IV : (Special Papers/Elective Course - Have to choose any one paper):

    Elementary Education Education & Mental Management
    Population Education Yoga Education
    Environment Education Teaching of Values
    Alternative Education Computer Education
    Physical Education Special Education
    Educational Administration & Management Career Information & Career Guidance

    Paper-V (Methodology of First School Subjects - Have to choose any one paper):

    1) Methodology of Teaching Physical Sciences

    2) Methodology of Teaching Languages (Sanskrit, Hindi and English)

    Paper-VI (Methodology of Second School Subjects - Choose any one paper):

    ) Methodology of Teaching Social Sciences.

    2) Methodology of Teaching Mathematics.

    3) Methodology of Teaching Biological Sciences.

    Part-II: Practical/Internal Assessment 600 Marks

    In order to pass in this part, a candidate will require to secure at least 50% in the aggregate in each part Part-II (A) and Part (B), However, every student has to take part in each item of Part-II, A candidate securing 300 marks in this part will be placed in the third division, 360 marks in the second division, and 480 marks, in the first division.

    I Division : 80% and above

    II Division : more than 60% but less than 80%

    III Division : more than 50% but less than 60% below 50% will fall.

    Scheme of Evaluation:

    Part -I (Theory Papers)
    Paper Description Plan External Marks Internal Marks
    Paper-I  Teacher in Emerging India Society 100 -
    Paper-II  Development Learners & Teaching Learning Process 100 -
    Paper-III  Educational Technology & Management 100 -
    Paper-IV  Special/Elective Papers 100 -
    Paper-V  Methodology of First School Subject 100 -
    Paper-VI Methodology of Second School Subject 100 -
     Total of Part - I (Theory Papers) 600
    Part-II A (Practical Papers)
    Paper Description Plan External Marks Internal Marks
    Internal Evaluation Community Work - 50
    Co-curricular Activities - 50
    Tests - 50
    Micro-Teaching - 50
    Supervised Teaching - 50
    Total of Part (II) A 300
    Part-II B (Practical Papers)
    Paper Description Plan External Marks Internal Marks
    External Evaluation Psycho. Practical & Viva Voce 75 -
    Viva-Voce on Teaching/td> 75 -
    University Exam on Teaching 100 -
    Productive Work 50 -
    Total of Part (II) B 300

    Total = Part II (A) & II (B) = 600

    Grand Total = 600 (Part-I) + 600 (Part-II) = 1200

    General Guidelines:

    1) Internal Assessment of each candidate is to be carried throughout the course and a cumulative record of each candidate is to be maintained.

    2) Provision has to be made by each college for tutorial classes as given in the curriculum and each candidate is required to attend the tutorial classes and carry but the assignments.

    3) A cumulative record is to be maintained for each student-teacher and the entries are to be taken for internal assessment.

    4) Each student teacher is required to attend prayer f the college under the community activities and each pupil-teacher has to take part in co-curricular activities.

    5) Library study is compulsory for each student-teacher and a record is to be maintained by the college.

    6) The scope of the subjects shall be indicated in the prospectus.

    7) There will be an internal choice in question. Questions will be asked unit wise.

    8) If any student is absent in any activities of the college whose marks are included in the University Examination shall be declared fail. However 25% marks necessary to obtain in each activities to pass the exam.

    9) If any student could not get 75% attendance he can appear only when he will complete his attendance next year after seeking admission.

    10) If any student is fail in any one of the papers or in any one item of the practical part he can appear in paper or the next exam.

    11) Every student has to conduct 8 psychology practicals and have to submit a practical copy/record. An external Examiner will examine the students and will take viva voce examination.

    12) Every student has to choose one craft under productive works.

    13) Every student has to select two school subjects for teaching practice. They have to complete

    14 lessons in each subject or they have to complete 20 lessons in micro teaching plan and 10 lessons in each subject in different schools subjects.