Name of the Programme: Bachelor of Education(B.Ed.)
Eligibility (i) Graduation/Post-Graduation degree; (ii) Two years teaching experience in a Govt. or Govt. recognized school
Method subjects:Hindi,English,Sanskrit, Geography,History,Education,Music,Life-science,Physical Science,Mathematics, Commerce, Political Science and Urdu
(2) Eligibility: Academic qualification and experience as prescribed by the NCTE REGULATION,2014;reservation policy:asprescribed by Jharkhand State Govt.
(i) The candidates will have to download their Admission Form, Bank Challan &
Handbook from the DDE website: www.vbudde.in
(ii) The candidates should submit their application forms at the of DDE, Hazaribag.
(iii) Admission shall be done at the DDE on the Head Quarters on the basis of the score obtained on the teaching experience and academic result.
(iv) The candidates will be required to submit the filled-in application form with self attested copy of documents as specified in the Admission form.
(v) The final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the rank of the candidates in the merit list.
(vi) Application forms shall be submitted within the specified date, only on working days, at DDE, Vinoba Bhave University on payment of Rs. 500/- as the cost of application form in cash at the time of submissions of forms.
(vii) At the time of admission selected candidates shall produce all the testimonials in original.
(viii) Dates of admission will be announced at the time of publication of provisional list of candidates.
(ix)The University also reserves the right to drop or include any name if any suppression of facts on the part of the applicants or any mistake in the calculation of grade point is detected at any stage after admission.
(4) Selection Procedure :
Provisional Merit List along with Waiting List shall be prepared on the basis of their approved length of service and the academic results. The Weightage for preparation of merit list is as follows :
Calculation of Score Score Maximum Score Length of Service 50%
For teaching experienceLength of service in terms of years x 10; but up to the maximum score of 50
Such as T. exp. 2 years = 20;T. exp. 2.5 years = 25
etc. Max 50
Academic results 50%
Secondary: 5% of the obtained marks;
Higher Secondary: 10% of the obtained marks; U.G. Courses15% of the obtained marks;P.G.Courses 15% of the obtained marks; M. Phil2% of the obtained marks; Ph.D. 3% of the obtained marks;-do-
*For candidates with M. Phil and Ph.D. degree both, 5% marks be awarded.
Provisional Merit List along with Waiting List will be published on a specified date, and it will be available in our website . Merit list also be prepared on
the basis of available method subjects.
(5) Programme Fee
(i) Rs. 40,000/- for the entire programme (Rs.20000/- is to be paid in each year).
(ii) Rs.5000/- (Rs.2500/- in each year) is to be paid for Admission, Examinations,Registration and others as per University rules.
(iii) Corpus fund : Rs 5000/-
(6) Course Structure: (Same as regular B. Ed. Programme of the University)
- Foundation of Education [Compulsory]
100(70-Written + 30 assignment/workshop ) 3×100=300
Paper – I , Philosophical Foundations of Education
Paper – II, Psychological Foundations of Education
Paper – III, Contemporary issues and Development in Education
- Pedagogical knowledge [Compulsory]
100(70-Written +30 assignment/workshop) 100×5=500
Paper IV, Psychology of Learning
Paper V, Psychology of Instruction
Paper VI, Guidance and Counselling – Approaches and Strategies
Paper VII, School Organization and Management
Paper VIII, Educational Technology and Evaluation
- Pedagogical Content Knowledge of School Subjects (Method Paper) 100 x 2 = 200
Paper IX, School Subject 1
Paper X, School Subject 2
- Practical papers :
Paper XI, Teaching practical (Method 1) 100
Paper XII, Teaching practical (Method 2) 100
Paper XIII, i) Simulated / Micro Teaching 50
- ii) Text Book Review/Lab Prec. 50
Paper XIV, Sessional Activities/ Workshop 100
*Year-wise distribution of papers
1st year programme
No.. of paper & Group Papers Marks Remarks
4 Compulsory (A & B) I, II, III & IV 4×100 = 400 Theory + Assign
2 Method Papers (C) IX & X 2×100 = 200 -do-
1 Simulated/Micro-teaching and Text Book Review/
Lab Prac. (D) XIII 1×100 = 100 Practical
2nd year programme
No. of paper & Group Papers Marks Remarks
4 Compulsory (B) V, VI, VII & VIII 4×100 = 400 Theory + Assign
2 Practical PaperIX & X
(Practice Teaching) (D) XI & XII 2×100 = 200 Practical1 Sessional / Workshop
Activities (D) XIV 1×100 = 100 Practical
*Course content – Same as the syllabus of regular B. Ed. programme of the University
The system of evaluation, both for theory and practical work, is as follows:
For theory courses : For Paper I to X
Type of Exam Percentage of weightage
- One assignment in each theory course is compulsory 30% of the total for each course
- The term-end examination/(written) 70% of the total for each course
Total marks of each paper = 100
For Practical courses : For Paper XI & XII
Type of Exam Weightage
Continuous evaluation of school-based
activities and practice teaching
50% of each method subject
Evaluation of practice teaching. (Final teaching) 50% for each method subject Total marks of each method paper = 100 For Practical courses : For Paper XIII Evaluation of Text Book review/ Lab Prac. 50% for each course Simulated Teaching 50%
Total marks of the paper = 100
For Practical courses : For Paper XIV
Sessional Activity/ Workshop* 100% Total marks of the paper = 100
*List of Sessional Activities/ Workshop:
- Educational outreach programme.
- Workshop Based Activities or School Based Activities – (any one) WBA :
Achivement Test Preparation or Administration of Psychological Test SBA:
Conducting a Case Study.
- ICT Skill Development.
- Language Proficiency (Item: Debate, Seminar, Recitation, Group discussion,
Extempore speech; To verify: Phonetics, pronunciation, Fluency, Exposition, Use of
- Other related School Based Activities.
If a student is failed to appear at any term-end examination for any reason, he/she may appear in
the subsequent term-end examination. This facility will be available until a student secures the minimum pass mark, but only up to a period of four years from the date of registration.
The student will be declared successful if he/she scores at least 40% marks in theory courses and 40% marks in practical courses separately.
- Personal Contact Programme :Compulsory. Two Personal Contact Programmes of 8-10 days duration shall be held. It will be compulsory for every student to attend at least 75% lectures of both the Personal Contact Programmes. The students who are unable to complete meet this requirment will not be eligible to appear in the annual examination.In exceptional cases, if a candidate fails to attend the Personal Contact Programme the Vice Chancellor may take appropriate decision.