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The Four Year Integrated programme aims at integrating general studies comprising science(B.Sc.B.Ed.) and Social Sciencs or Humanities (B.A.B.Ed.) and professional studies comprising foundations of educations of education. Pedagogy of school subjects, and practicum related to tasks and functions of a school teacher.It maintains a balance between theory and practice, and coherence and integration among the components of the programme, representing a wide knowledge base of a secondary school teacher. The Programme aims at preparing teachers for Upper Primary and Secondary stages of education.
The B.A.B.Ed. & B.Sc.B.Ed. programmes shell be four acadmic years or eight semesters including school based experiences and internship in teaching.
Students teachers shall,however ,be permitted to complete the programme with in a maximum period of six years from the date of admission to the programme.
Candidates with at least 50% marks in the senior secondary/+2 or its equivalent are eligible for admission. The reservation and relexation in marks for SC/ST/OBC/PWD and others category shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/State Government which ever is applicable.
In a year, there shall be at least two hundred and fifty working days per year excluding the period of examination and admission. The minimum attendance of student-teachers have to 80% for all course work and practicum,90% for School internship. A working day will be of a minimum of 5-6 hours adding up to a minimum of 36 hours per week.The institution shall ensure the availability of teachers & Students for consultation and mentoring providing group or individual guidance.
Admission shall be made on merit on the basis of marks obtaied in the qulifying examination and in the entrance examination or any other selection process as per the policy of the State Government/University/U.T. administration. At the time of admission to the programme ,the student will need to indicate their selection of the subjects to be pursued for the discipline options and the accompanying specializations for which they are applying and these may be assigned on the basis of order of merit and availablity.