B.Ed. DEGREE SEMESTER SCHEME REGULATIONS
1. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
1.1. A citizen of India who has passed B.A/B.Sc. degree examination of Bangalore University or any University in India or abroad recognized as equivalent through 10+2+3 pattern of education obtaining 50% of marks in aggregate of all the subjects he/she has studied for 3 years is eligible for admission to B.Ed. Course provided:
a) He/She has studied at least any ONE of the following languages:
Kannada, English, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Sanskrit
b) Any TWO of the following Electives:
History, Political Science, Sociology, Geography, Economics, Philosophy, Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Mathematics, English, Kannada, Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Sanskrit, Micro Biology, Bio-Technology, Computer Science, Electronics, Statistics.
1.2 Minimum marks for the purpose of eligibility in the case of SC/ST, Category-1 and Physically Handicapped students shall be 45% in the aggregate of 3 years of their degree course.
2. ALLOCATION OF SEATS
2.1 College shall admit all the candidates allotted by the Government of Karnataka through Common Entrance test (C E T) or any appropriate agency recognized by the Government of Karnataka.
2.2 For filling the other seats the respective colleges shall select the candidates following eligibility criteria as envisaged in Regulations 1.1 and 1.2.
2.3 The College should get the selected candidates, both under Government quota and Management quota, within the last date fixed for admission.
2.4 The total intake of all B.Ed Colleges shall be 100 and/or as fixed by government of Karnataka from time to time.
2.5 The total number of students in each college shall be so distributed so as to ensure that a minimum of 5 students in each except the subjects like Sanskrit, Geography, English, Urdu, Hindi.
2.6 The students’ ratio in science and arts disciplines shall be generally 50:50. If sufficient number of candidates are not available in Science discipline such of seats shall be adjusted from Arts discipline in the ratio of 25:75 and vice-a-versa.
3. DURATION OF THE COURSE AND MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
3.1 The duration of study for B.Ed. semester course shall extend over a period of one academic year of TWO semesters. The duration of first semester shall be of 16 weeks and second semester shall be of 18 weeks (204 working days).
3.2 Minimum duration for practice teaching shall be of SIX weeks which excludes programmes like micro teaching, simulated teaching and practice of communication skills.
3.3. The college shall provide instructions in both Kannada and English mediums separately in core-subjects provided the total strength of students in such class is more than 40. However, English and/or Kannada shall be generally medium of instruction for content cum Method of teaching school subjects.
3.4 Student-teachers shall opt English or Kannada medium for teaching practice irrespective of their medium of instruction opted for theory papers in their colleges.
3.5. Student-teachers shall opt either English or Kannada medium to write their 1st Semester and 2nd Semester examinations irrespective of their medium selected for theory classes and teaching practice.
4. SUBJECTS OF STUDY
The B.Ed. Semester Degree Course shall consist the following theory and practicum Parts.