School of Education
BA (H) Education

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - Education

Education as a discipline emphasizes the development of individual and growth of society. It focuses on the acquisition of knowledge and experience as well as on the development of skills, habits and attitudes.

The BA Honours Education programme provides you with a broad-based education which is interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary in nature and makes you acquire the requisite knowledge, develops specific skills and provides you with enough opportunities to get sufficient experience so that you are able to build a career in school education as a primary level teacher, a confident content writer, an educational researcher, a primary level curriculum designer, a counsellor, a trainer and more. 

  • Duration: 3 Years
  • Eligibility: 10+2 of CBSE/state board or equivalent with minimum 60% marks
  • Fee: ₹ 1,20,000 Per Annum
  • Hostel: Optional

In educating the individual to the benefit of society, SoEd cultivates the capacity and propensity for life-long learning by fostering independent inquiry and promoting the value of knowledge and discovery. 

  • Students gain rich experience from our innovative courses and graduate with unrivalled career prospects.
  • Students gain vital skills and knowledge through internships and field visits that prepares them for successful careers.
  • The research component in the curriculum makes the graduates think analytically and logically, identify issues, suggest solutions.
  • Inclusion of ICT in the curriculum makes the graduates skilled in handling the modern technological resources effectively and thus makes them suitable to work in a variety of areas after graduation.
  • The curriculum is so designed and transacted that the graduates are able to make efficient use of all communication skills such as reading, writing, speaking and listening. In short, the graduates are confident and efficient communicators.

Curriculum

Semester – I
  1. Basic Concepts and Ideas in Education
  2. Developmental Aspects of Psychology
  3. Psychological Foundations of Education
  4. Environmental Studies
  5. Communicative English- I (Or Communicative Hindi I)
  6. Educational Psychology
  7. Psychology of Adjustment
  8. Principles of Education
  9. Psychological Perspective of Youth, Gender and Identity
Semester II
  1. Statistical Methods for Research – I
  2. Understanding Human Development
  3. Understanding Human Learning and Cognition
  4. Understanding ICT and Its Application
  5. Communicative English -II (Or Communicative Hindi II)
  6. Educational Guidance & Counseling Reflective Learning
  7. Educational Organization & Management
  8. Inter Group Relations
Semester III
  1. Philosophical Foundation of Education
  2. Development of Education in India- Education in Ancient, Medieval and British India
  3. Researching Children and Childhoods in India
  4. Sociological Foundation of Education
  5. Communicative English- III (Or Communicative Hindi III)
  6. Educational Technology
  7. Education in a Plural Society
  8. Understanding ECCE
  9. Psychology over the Life Span
Semester IV
  1. Development of Education in India after 1947
  2. Contribution of Great Educators
  3. Evaluation in Education
  4. Communicative English- IV (Or Communicative Hindi IV)
  5. Making the Workplace Inclusive
  6. Curriculum Studies
  7. Teacher Education
  8. Learning How To Learn
Semester V
  1. Education in Contemporary India
  2. Research Methodology
  3. Comparative Education
  4. Researching Children and Childhoods in India
  5. Understanding Self
  6. Research Proposal/Synopsis
Semester VI
  1. Education in India: Policy and Practice
  2. Statistical Methods For Research – II
  3. Media in Education
  4. Pedagogical Practices
  5. Drama and Art in Education
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