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    What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    Hello sir/madam
    what is the B Ed Syllabus for B Ed academic exam ?
    thank you in advance





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    rinar13
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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    Dear,
    B.Ed syllabus is remains same for all academic exams.
    For syllabus for BEd exam visit http://www.ngu.ac.in/academic/education/bed/bed.htm.




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    Kanha
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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    dear,
    the exam schedule with syllabus
    paper1.Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education
    paper2.Development of Learner and Teaching Learning Process Development of Education and paper3.Management in Secondary Education
    paper4.Information & Communication Technology in Education
    elective subject(any one)
    1. Population Education
    2. Elementary Education
    3. Career Guidance
    4. Value Education and Human Rights
    5. Education Evaluation and Statistics
    6. Information Technology in Education
    paper 6and 7
    1. Gujarati Subject and Methodology
    2. Hindi Subject and Methodology
    3. English Content & Method
    4. Sanskrit Content & Method
    5. Social Studies Content & Method
    6. Mathematics Content & Method
    7. Science Content & Method
    8. Economics Content & Method
    9. Elements of Book-Keeping Content & Method
    10.commerce content and method
    11. Home-Science Content & Method
    all the best

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    pradeepdeshwal3626
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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    friend,

    The syllabus for the B.ED Academic exams is as follows:
    There are a total of 10 papers and they are as follows

    PAPER-I :- PRINCIPLES OF EDUCATION AND CURRICULUM STUDIES - 100

    PAPER-II :- EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY - 100

    PAPER-III :- DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN MODERN INDIA - 100

    PAPER-IV :- SCHOOL ORGANISATIONAL AND INSTRUCTIONAL SCIENCE - 100

    PAPER-V :- CONTENT AND METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING ANY TWO SCHOOL - 100 METHODS

    PAPER-VI :- SUBJECTS : 100+100 = 200
    • Bengali
    • English
    • Hindi
    • Sanskrit
    • Mathematics Physical Science
    • Life Science
    • Geography
    • History
    • Economics and Civics
    • Work Education
    • Physical Education
    • Fine Arts
    • Music
    • Book Keeping and Accountancy
    • Business Organisation
    • Psychology and
    • Logic

    PAPER-VII & PAPER-VIII :TEACHING PRACTICAL ON TWO METHOD SUBJECTS - 100+100=200

    PAPER-VII :- TEACHING PRACTICAL - 100

    PAPER-VIII :- LABORATORY PRACTICAL - 100

    PAPER IX :- COMPUSORY ELECTIVE SUBJECTS - 100 marks

    Any one of the following:
    • Mental Hygiene
    • Social and Abnormal Psychology
    • Educational and Vocational Guidance
    • Comparative Education
    • History of Education in British India
    • Education in Ancient and Medieval India
    • Educational and Mental measurement

    PAPER X – SESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    • Planning and preparation of teaching aids
    • Construction of model Achievement test
    • Teaching Practical
    • College Test and tutorials
    • Co-curricular Activities

    To have more information about the syllabus of the B.ED Academic exams you will get in
    http://www.ipu.ac.in/syllabus/affiliated/syllbed04.htm

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    Hi friend,

    B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams includes following subjects.....
    • TEACHING OF HISTORY
    • TEACHING OF CIVICS
    • TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY
    • TEACHING OF ECONOMICS
    • EDUCATION IN HUMAN VALUES
    • TEACHING OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    • MORAL AND SPIRITUAL EDUCATION

    I have attached detailed syllabus of B.Ed Academic Exams .


    Good Luck..!!
    Attached Files

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    sanjeev borikar
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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    The syllabus of B.Ed entrance exam varies according to university/college and the subject which one have,but it may be somewhat like this-
    A I General English Comprehension OR
    General Hindi Comprehension 10
    II Logical & Analytical Reasoning 20
    III Educational & General Awareness 25
    IV Teaching-Learning & the School 25
    B V Section V (Attempt any one of the following)
    i) Science
    ii) Mathematics
    iii) Social Studies
    iv) English
    v) Hindi

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    portion for exam

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    can you tell me b.ed exam blue print in all subject?

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    What is the B.ED. Syllabus for the compulsory subjects and optional subjects ?

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    MY DEAR FRIEND,

    PHYSICS


    Unit

    1- Introduction and Measurement

    2- Description of Motion in one Dimension

    3- Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

    4- Laws of Motion

    5- Work Energy and Power

    6- Rotational Motion

    7- Gravitation

    8- Properties of Matter

    9- Heat and Thermodynamics

    10- Oscillations

    11- Waves

    12- Electrostatics

    13- Current Electricity

    14- Thermal and Chemical Effect of currents

    15- Magnetic Effect of Currents

    16- Magnetism

    17- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

    18- Electromagnetic Waves (Quantitative Treatment)

    19- Wave Optics

    20- Ray Optics and Optical Instruments

    21- Electrons and Photons

    22- Atoms and Nuclei

    23- Solids and Semiconductor Devices

    CHEMISTRY


    Unit

    1- Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic

    2- Elements, their Occurrence and Extraction

    3- States of Matter

    4- Atomic Structures

    5- Chemical families periodic properties

    6- Bonding and Molecular Structure

    7- Carbon and its Compounds

    8- Energetics

    9- Chemical Equilibrium

    10- Redox Reactions

    11- Rates of chemical Reactions

    12- Chemistry of Non-metals I

    13- Chemistry of Non-metals II

    14- Chemistry of Lighter Metals

    15- Chemistry of Heavier Metals

    16- Structure and Shapes of Hydrocarbons

    17- Preparation and Properties of Hydrocarbons

    18- Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

    19- The Molecules of Life

    20- Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

    21- The Solid State

    22- Solutions

    23- Chemical Thermodynamics

    24- Electro-Chemistry

    25- Chemical Kinetics

    26- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups I

    27- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups II

    28- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups III

    29- Chemistry of Representative elements

    30- Transition Metals Including Lanthanides

    31- Coordination Chemistry and Organo Metalics

    32- Nuclear Chemistry

    33- Synthetic and Natural polymers

    34- Surface Chemistry

    35- Bio Molecules

    36- Chemistry of Biological Process

    37- Chemistry in Action

    BIOLOGY


    Unit

    1. The Living World

    2. Unity of Life

    3. Diversity of Life

    4. Organism and Environment

    5. Multicellularity : Structure and Function – Plant life

    6. Multicellularity : Structure and Function – Animal Life

    7. Continuity of Life

    8. Origin and Evaluation of Life

    9. Application of Biology


    MATHEMATICS


    1- Sets and Binary operation

    2- Complex numbers

    3- Quadratic equiations

    4- Sequences and series

    5- Statistics

    6- Permutations and combinations

    7- Mathematical Induction and binomial theorem

    8- Linear programming

    9- Exponential and logarithmic series

    10- Trigonometry

    11- Circles

    12- Conic section

    13- Matrices & Determinants

    14- Vectors and three dimensional geometry

    15- Differential Calculus

    16- Integral Calculus

    17- Definite Integral

    18- Differential equations

    19- Correlation and regression

    20- Probability

    AGRICULTURE


    Unit 1


    Introductory Basic Sciences

    1. Elements of Genetics and Plant Breeding.

    (a) Definitions of Genetics and Plant Breeding. Cell and its

    structure. Cell division and meiosis and their significance.

    (b) Linkage and crossing over. Sex-linked inheritage.

    (c) Organisation of the genetic material in chromosomes, DNA & RNA.

    (d) Elaboration of Mendel’s laws of inheritance. Reasons for the success of Medal in his experiments. Absence of linkage in Mendel’s experiments.

    2. Elementary Biochemistry :

    PH, Carbohydrate, protein and vitamins.

    3. Introductory Microbiology:

    Microbial Cell structure, Micro-organism-Algae Bacteria Fungi, Actinomycetes and viruses; Farmentaton, organic, matter decompositions

    Unit 2


    Livestock Production

    1. Introduction

    (a) Importance of Livestock

    (b) Important breeds and distribution of cows, buffaloes and poultry.

    2. Care and Management:

    (a) Cattle housing.

    (b) Management of calves, bullocks, pregnant and milch animals and poultry.

    3. Feeds and Feeding Practices

    (a) Balanced ration.

    4. Common Diseases:

    (a) Signs of sick animal

    (b) Symptoms of common diseases e.g. Rinderpest, Block Quarter, Foot and mouth and Haemorrhogic Septicanamia. New castle disease of poultry, their prevention and control.

    5. Artificial Insemination (a) Importance (b) Techniques

    Unit 3


    Crop Production

    1. Introduction

    (a) Agriculture and Its importance in national economy.

    (b) Different branches of agriculture and crop production.

    2. Soil and Soil Fertility :

    (a) Importance of Soil and Soil types.

    (b) Soil pH. soil structure, soil organisms.

    (c) Elements necessary for plant growth.

    3. Tillage and Farm Equipments:

    (a) Objectives, tilth, minimum tillage.

    (b) Kinds of tillage; preparatory, lnterculture, weeding, harrowing and earthing.

    4. Farm Management:

    (a) Object

    (b) Types of farming (co-operative farming, joint farming, intensive farming, Extensive farming, mixed farming and Dry farming etc.).

    5. Manures and Fertilizers:

    (a) Classification (organic and inorganic).

    (b) Characteristics, uses and application of different nitrogenous, Phosphatic and potassic fertilizers.

    6. Irrigation and Drainage

    (a) Importance of Irrigation and Drainage.

    (b) Sources of Irrigation water (rain, canal, tanks, rivers, wells, tube wells, etc.).

    (c) Common water lifts.

    (d) Methods of irrigation and drainage.

    7. Weed control

    (a) Principles of weed control.

    (b) Methods of weed control (Mechanical, Chemical and Biological).

    8. Crops :

    (a) Economic classification (Cereals, pulses, oil-seeds, fodder, fibre crops, commercial crops).

    (b) Quality of good seed, technique of quality seed production in general.

    (c) Seed bed preparation, improved varieties, method of sowing, seed-rate, method and time of fertilizer application irrigation, interculture and weed control, common pest and diseases and their control, harvesting threshing and storage of paddy, wheat,

    maize, sorghum, pearlmillet, gram, barseem, mustard, cotton, sugarcane, Jute, potato and tobacco.


    Unit 4


    Horticulture

    1. Introduction:

    (a) Importance

    (b) Planting-systems, training, pruning intercropping, wind-break, protection from frost sunburn.

    (c) Propagation-seed cutting, budding layering gootee, grafting.

    (d) Cultivation-Mango-Papaya, Banana Guava and Citrus.

    2. Vegetable Gardenings

    (a) Kitchen gardening.

    (b) Cultivation of Radish, Carrot, Cauli-Flower, Onion, Brinjal, Tomato and potato.

    (c) Curcurbits and leafy Vegetables.

    3. Ornamental Gardening:

    (a) Common Ornamental and Flowering Plants.

    4. Fruit and Vegetable Preservation :

    (a) Preservation of fruits and vegetables

    (i) General principals and methods of fruits and vegetables preservation- processing by heat, preservation by antiseptic, drying, preservation by fermentation and exclusion of air, dehydration and packing.

    (ii) Preparation of jellies, jams and tomato ketchup.

    Unit 5


    Agriculture Business, Planning and Management

    (i) Inventory of farms resources.

    (ii) Identifying farms family assets and liabilities.

    (iii) Maintenance of farm-record and accounts.

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    HII
    the exam schedule with syllabus
    paper1.Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education
    paper2.Development of Learner and Teaching Learning Process Development of Education and paper3.Management in Secondary Education
    paper4.Information & Communication Technology in Education
    elective subject(any one)
    1. Population Education
    2. Elementary Education
    3. Career Guidance
    4. Value Education and Human Rights
    5. Education Evaluation and Statistics
    6. Information Technology in Education
    paper 6and 7
    1. Gujarati Subject and Methodology
    2. Hindi Subject and Methodology
    3. English Content & Method
    4. Sanskrit Content & Method
    5. Social Studies Content & Method
    6. Mathematics Content & Method
    7. Science Content & Method
    8. Economics Content & Method
    9. Elements of Book-Keeping Content & Method
    10.commerce content and method
    11. Home-Science Content & Method
    all the best

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

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    Hello sir/madam
    what is the B Ed Syllabus for B Ed academic exam ?
    thank you in advance

    Hello friend....

    B.ED syllabus fro B.ED entrance exams



    PHYSICS syllabus


    1- Introduction and Measurement

    2- Description of Motion in one Dimension

    3- Description of Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

    4- Laws of Motion

    5- Work Energy and Power

    6- Rotational Motion

    7- Gravitation

    8- Properties of Matter

    9- Heat and Thermodynamics

    10- Oscillations

    11- Waves

    12- Electrostatics

    13- Current Electricity

    14- Thermal and Chemical Effect of currents

    15- Magnetic Effect of Currents

    16- Magnetism

    17- Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Currents

    18- Electromagnetic Waves (Quantitative Treatment)

    19- Wave Optics

    20- Ray Optics and Optical Instruments

    21- Electrons and Photons

    22- Atoms and Nuclei

    23- Solids and Semiconductor Devices


    CHEMISTRY syllabus


    1- Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic

    2- Elements, their Occurrence and Extraction

    3- States of Matter

    4- Atomic Structures

    5- Chemical families periodic properties

    6- Bonding and Molecular Structure

    7- Carbon and its Compounds

    8- Energetics

    9- Chemical Equilibrium

    10- Redox Reactions

    11- Rates of chemical Reactions

    12- Chemistry of Non-metals I

    13- Chemistry of Non-metals II

    14- Chemistry of Lighter Metals

    15- Chemistry of Heavier Metals

    16- Structure and Shapes of Hydrocarbons

    17- Preparation and Properties of Hydrocarbons

    18- Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

    19- The Molecules of Life

    20- Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

    21- The Solid State

    22- Solutions

    23- Chemical Thermodynamics

    24- Electro-Chemistry

    25- Chemical Kinetics

    26- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups I

    27- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups II

    28- Organic Chemistry based on Functional Groups III

    29- Chemistry of Representative elements

    30- Transition Metals Including Lanthanides

    31- Coordination Chemistry and Organo Metalics

    32- Nuclear Chemistry

    33- Synthetic and Natural polymers

    34- Surface Chemistry

    35- Bio Molecules

    36- Chemistry of Biological Process

    37- Chemistry in Action


    BIOLOGY syllabus


    1. The Living World

    2. Unity of Life

    3. Diversity of Life

    4. Organism and Environment

    5. Multicellularity : Structure and Function – Plant life

    6. Multicellularity : Structure and Function – Animal Life

    7. Continuity of Life

    8. Origin and Evaluation of Life

    9. Application of Biology


    MATHEMATICS syllabus

    1- Sets and Binary operation

    2- Complex numbers

    3- Quadratic equiations

    4- Sequences and series

    5- Statistics

    6- Permutations and combinations

    7- Mathematical Induction and binomial theorem

    8- Linear programming

    9- Exponential and logarithmic series

    10- Trigonometry

    11- Circles

    12- Conic section

    13- Matrices & Determinants

    14- Vectors and three dimensional geometry

    15- Differential Calculus

    16- Integral Calculus

    17- Definite Integral

    18- Differential equations

    19- Correlation and regression

    20- Probability


    good luck

    all the best

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    Re: What is the B.Ed Syllabus for B.Ed Academic Exams?

    which books should we follow for B.ed academic exams?

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    What is the syllabus for the acedamic session 2013-2014?

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