ALMANAC for D.El.Ed., Course

1. Objectives of the Course

Aim of the Course:

To Create future teachers with Commitment,Competencies, Professional Skills and Values capable of building a Humane, Healthy and Learning Society.

The following objectives help for achievement of the aim of the course.

To equip the student-teachers with:

  • The knowledge of aims and perspectives of elementary education including preschool education.
  • Necessary professional skills especially in handling classes in multi grade and multilevel teaching.
  • Good and healthy attitudes to promote integrated development among children.
  • The knowledge of diversity in culture, region, religion, caste, language prevailing in the society to promote secular, democratic and socialistic society in scientific manner.
  • The skills of attending to the societal needs.
  • The knowledge of factors which influence education, growth and development of emerging Indian Society.
  • The necessary knowledge and skills for ensuring quality Education for All.
  • Managerial and planning skills needed for effective management of classroom and school.
  • The knowledge of conduct of empirical child study in order to identify and promote Child’s innate abilities, interests, needs and urges.
  • The knowledge of learner centered, competency based teaching-learning strategies to help the child to construct knowledge.
  • Necessary inputs relating to ICT, Art Education, Work Experience, Health and Physical Education.
  • Necessary skills to teach and assess (CCE) curricular areas like Languages, Mathematics, General Science and Social Studies etc.
  • The competencies to deliver lessons in the classroom using Educational Technology (Information and Communication Technology).
  • The knowledge of the objectives envisaged in National Curriculum Frame work – 2005 and State Curriculum Frame Work for school education for effective classroom transaction.
  • The Knowledge of Right to Information Act 2005 and Right to Education Act 2009.
  • The knowledge of objectives and interventions of Central and State Government programmes / Schemes / Projects like Rajiv Vidya Mission (SSA) / KGBVs / MDM / RMSA / Model Schools / Open Schools etc.
  • The concept and importance of Inclusion in Education.
  • The Knowledge and importance of inculcation of Life skills and values.

2. Working Days & Working Hours

The D.El.Ed. programme shall be of 2 academic years duration and however the students shall be permitted to complete the course with in a maximum period of 3 academic years from the date of admission in to the course.

Working Days

1st Year - Working Days - 220 Minimum (including examinations)

2nd Year - Working Days - 220 Minimum (including examinations)

Minimum Attendance:

student who is admitted in D.El.Ed. Course shall have at least 80% of attendance for each paper in teaching / instructional periods and 90 % for teaching practice cum school internship. A student who does not have adequate attendance will not be considered for Final Examinations.

3. Subjects

There are 20 subjects in D.El.Ed. Course which comprises of 10 subjects in 1st year and the other 10 in 2nd year.

D.El.Ed. 1st Year


General Papers

Paper – I : Childhood and the Development of Children

Paper –II : Society, Education and Curriculum

Paper – III : Early Childhood Care and Education (Pre-Primary & Early Primary Education)

Methodology Papers

Paper – IV : Pedagogy of Mother Tongue/ First Language at Primary Level (Classes I to V)

Paper – V : Pedagogy of Maths at Primary Level (Classes I to V)

Value Added and Co-curricular Subjects

Paper – VI : Pedagogy across Curriculum and ICT Integration

Paper – VII : Art & Cultural Education

Paper – VIII : Yoga, Physical & Health Education

Self Development Courses

Paper – IX : Towards Self-Understanding–I

Paper – X : Proficiency in English Language

D.El.Ed. 2nd Year


General Papers

Paper – I : Education in Contemporary India

Paper –II : Integrating Gender and Inclusive Perspectives in Education

Paper – III : School Culture, Leadership and Teacher Development

Methodology Papers

Paper – IV : Pedagogy of English at Primary Level (Classes I to V)

Paper – V : Pedagogy of EVS at Primary Level (Classes III to V)

Paper – VI : Pedagogy of Elementary Level Subject - Optional Telugu/ English/

Value Added and Co-curricular Subjects

Paper – VII : Work & Education

Paper – VIII : Yoga, Physical & Health Education

Paper – IX : Towards Self-Understanding–I

Self Development Courses

Paper – X Towards Self Understanding–II

Subject wise weightages

1st Year D.El.Ed.

  • Papers
    No. of Periods per week
    No. of Credits(1 Credit= 16hrs)
    Total No. of Instructional periods in the year
  • Paper - I
    4
    5
    83
  • Paper - II
    4
    5
    83
  • Paper - III
    4
    5
    83
  • Paper - IV
    6
    8
    125
  • Paper - V
    6
    8
    125
  • Paper - VI
    4
    5
    83
  • Paper - VII
    2
    3
    42
  • Paper - VIII
    2
    3
    42
  • Paper - IX
    1
    2
    21
  • Paper - X
    1
    2
    21
  • Library
    1
    -
    21
  • Swatch Bharath
    1
    -
    21
  • Total
    36
    46
    750


Subject wise weightages

2nd Year D.El.Ed.

  • Papers
    No. of Periods per week
    No. of Credits(1 Credit= 16hrs)
    Total No. of Instructional periods in the year
  • Paper - I
    4
    5
    78
  • Paper - II
    4
    5
    78
  • Paper - III
    4
    5
    78
  • Paper - IV
    6
    8
    116
  • Paper - V
    5
    6
    98
  • Paper - VI
    5
    6
    98
  • Paper - VII
    2
    3
    40
  • Paper - VIII
    2
    3
    40
  • Paper - IX
    2
    3
    40
  • Paper - X
    1
    2
    10
  • Library
    1
    -
    20
  • Total
    36
    46
    696


Records:

During the 20 days period the trainee is expected to complete 1 or 2 units followed by exercise part under each unit and conduct both Formative and Summative tests in each unit. This has to be done during the teaching practice days only.

1st year D.El.Ed. Records

  • Sl.No.
    Title of the Record
    Number of Records
  • 1
    Assignments (10 subjects)
    10
  • 2
    Field based Projects (10 Subjects)
    10
  • 3
    T.P. Records
    -
  • -
    a) Telugu
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    b) Mathematics
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    c) Art & Cultural
    1
  • -
    d) Yoga, Physical and Health Education
    1
  • 4
    Practicum Records
    -
  • -
    a) CCE-Telugu
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    b) CCE – Mathematics
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    c) Action Research (any one methodology)
    1
  • -
    d) classroom observation and reflective journal- Telugu
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    e) Classroom observation and reflective Journal – Maths
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    f) School experience programme
    1
  • 5
    Final Lesson Records
    -
  • -
    a) Telugu
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    b) Mathematics
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    c) Art & Cultural Education
    1
  • 6
    d) Yoga, Physical and Health Education
    1


Remarks: Records should be submitted to the concerned lecturers after completion of prefinal examination

2nd year D.El.Ed. Records

  • Sl.No.
    Title of the Record
    Number of Records
  • 1
    Assignments (10 subjects)
    10
  • 2
    Field based Projects (10 Subjects)
    10
  • 3
    T.P. Records
    -
  • -
    a) English (Spell 1 and 2)
    2
  • -
    b) EVS (Spell 2 only)
    1
  • -
    c) Optional Subjects (optional subject at UP Level)
    1
  • -
    d) Work Education
    1
  • -
    e) Value Education & Life Skills
    1
  • -
    f) Yoga, Physical and Health Education
    1
  • 4
    Practicum Records
    -
  • -
    a) CCE-English (Spell 1 and 2)
    2
  • -
    b) CCE – EVS (Spell 2 only)
    1
  • -
    c) CCE – Optional Subject
    1
  • -
    d) Action Research
    1
  • -
    e) Classroom observation and reflective Journal – English
    2 (Spell I and II)
  • -
    f) classroom observation and reflective journal – EVS
    1
  • -
    g)Classroom observation and Reflective Journal Optional
    1
  • 5
    Final Lesson Records
    -
  • -
    a) English (Spell 1 and 2)
    2
  • -
    b) EVS
    1
  • -
    c) Optional Subject
    1
  • -
    d) Work & Education
    1
  • -
    e) Value Education & Life Skills
    1
  • -
    f) Yoga, Physical & Health Education
    1


Remarks: Records should be submitted to the concerned lecturers after completion of prefinal examination