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Bachelor of Education (BEd)

Minimum Duration: 2 Years
Maximum Duration: 5 Years
Course Fee: Rs. 50,000
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar

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Eligibility:

Candidates with:

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a)       at least fifty percent marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree and/or in the Master’s Degree in Sciences/Social Sciences/Commerce/Humanity. Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto,
and
b) The following categories are eligible to be students of B.Ed. (ODL):
(i)         Trained in-service teachers in elementary education.

(ii)        Candidates who have completed a NCTE recognized teacher education programme through face-to-face mode.

·         The reservation and relaxation of 5% marks in minimum eligibility will be provided to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/PWD candidates as per the rules of the Central Government.
·         Reservation to Kashmiri Migrants and war widow candidates will be provided as per the University Rules.


ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has been designed with the aim to develop an understanding of teaching-learning process at secondary and senior-secondary level among student teachers. It focuses on enabling student-teachers to reflect critically on perspectives of education and integrate holistically the theory and practices to facilitate active engagement of learners for knowledge creation.

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVES

The B.Ed. programme focuses on:
– developing an understanding of context of education in contemporary Indian Society,
– appreciating the role of context and socio-political realities about learners in facilitating learning in inclusive settings,
– creating sensitivity about language diversity in classroom and its role in teaching-learning process
– developing an understanding of paradigm shift in conceptualizing disciplinary knowledge in school curriculum,
– identifying, challenging and overcoming gender inequalities in school, classroom, curricula, textbook, social institutions, etc.,
– enabling student-teachers to acquire necessary competencies for organizing learning experiences,
– developing competencies among student-teachers to select and use appropriate assessment strategies for facilitating learning,
– engaging student-teachers with self, child, community and school to establish close connections between different curricular areas,
– enabling student-teachers to integrate and apply ICT in facilitating teaching-learning process and in school management,
– systematizing experiences and strengthening the professional competencies of student teachers, and
– providing first-hand experience of all the school activities through engaging student-teachers as interns in secondary/senior secondary schools.


About Andhra  University

The Raising Sun with its rays of light represents the University and its many faculties of study. The Lotus is the seat of both the Goddess of Prosperity (Lakshmi) and the Goddess of Knowledge (Saraswathi) and it is opening at the break of dawn. The sun’s rays are surmounted by the Swastika, the ancient symbol of benediction among the Aryans. The outer circle of the crest, with its sixty-four lotus petals, represents the AU Emblemsixty-four Arts & Sciences into which all knowledge was divided in the classical tradition of India. The ocean is the vast region of knowledge which the University should help its alumni to master.

The light rays holding the benedictory Swastika bring into focus our great motto extracted from Upanishads, ” Thejasvina-Vadhitamastu “, which means, ” May the Divine Light Illuminate Our Studies “. Underneath this complex symbolism of knowledge is the crescent Moon, esteemed in all religions; the crescent is ‘Kala’ a digit of Moon, and ‘Kala’ also means Art of Applied Science or light and charm. Since the University bears the name of Andhra Viswa Kala Parishad, a corporation for the development of all Arts in Andhra; the crescent above the name be-speaks the light and charm and beauty of Andhra.

The two Serpents or represent the seekers and custodians of wisdom, who imbibe it from the lotus petals. Tradition also traces back the Andhras to the ancient Nagas, who were worshippers of the Cobra and had it as their heraldic symbol.

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