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B.Ed. Eligibility Criteria

A graduate or post graduate with 50% marks in aggregate from any stream and 55% marks in B.E. or B.Tech. Examination is eligible to apply for admission to B.Ed. course.

Given below is the revised syllabus 2015 of the B. Ed. Program. The University reserves the right to update, revise or delete the Curriculum from time to time.

REVISED SYLLABUS 2017 Lucknow University




Annexure B

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

Course Objectives

1. To enable the prospective teachers to understand the nature purpose and Philosophy of school Education.

2. To develop competencies, values and skills required for becoming an reflective and humane teacher.

3. To sensitize them towards the promotion of social cohesion National integration and International understanding,

4. To enable them to address gender issues and protection of human rights.

5. To prepare them for dynamic leadership

6. To empower to teachers to cultivate scientific temper among students.

7. To enable them to utilize community resources as educational inputs.

8. To develop communication skills, train them to use modern information and communication technology for school purposes.

9. To train them in conducting action research in educational situation and to improve the pedagogical practices in their subjects.


(A) Duration of Course:

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) course shall be a two year full time professional preservice teacher education programme with each year divided in two semesters.

First semester shall be from 16th July to 30th November and the stretch of the second semester shall be from 5th December to 20th April. At the end of each semester the candidates shall be required to present themselves for examination.

It shall be a full time course including Theory, Practice in teaching, internship, field work, professional development and other prescribed activities.

(B) Eligibility criteria:

The eligibility requirement for the admission of the candidates to B.Ed. course shall be in accordance with the eligibility criteria determine by NCTE/ U.P. Govt. Order issued from time to time.

(C) Procedure of Admission:

(1) Admission to B.Ed. course shall be made in accordance with State Govt. Order and notifications issued from time to time.
(2) Reservation of seats shall be as per State Government notifications.

(D) The Four Semesters:

1. First and third Semester of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme shall be four and half month long (16th July to 30th November) excluding semester-end examination and five days semester break.
2. Second and fourth Semester of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) programme shall be four and half month long (5th December to 20th April).

(E) Standard of Passing:

I. The candidate must obtain at least 40% marks in each theory paper
separately with aggregate marks of 50% in total.

II. Minimum passing marks in Educational Psychology Practical, Practice in
Teaching and Internship shall be 50%.

III. Successful candidates shall be placed in two divisions both in theory and
Practice in teaching examinations separately as under:

 First division: candidates obtaining 60% or more aggregate marks.
B Second division: candidates obtaining not less than 50% and below 60%
of aggregate marks.

In order to pass the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) examination the candidates are also
required to participate within stipulated time in professional development activities and to
obtain a minimum ‘C’ grade.

(F) Awards of Degree:

The degree of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) of the University of Lucknow shall be
awarded to candidates who have pursued a regular course of study in the university
and have fulfilled all the conditions and have passed the prescribed examinations.

(G) Curriculum outline:

(w.e.f. 2017)

Semester I Semester II
A-Compulsory Papers Marks  A-Compulsory Papers Marks 

PAPER I: Philosophical and Sociological Perspective of Education PAPER II: Psychological Perspective of Education
PAPER III: Technological Perspective of Education      




PAPER I: Subject Knowledge and Pedagogy of School Subject-1 PAPER II: Subject Knowledge and Pedagogy of School Subject-2 PAPER III: Inclusive Education PAPER IV: School Management and Hygiene





B-OPTIONAL PAPER (Student has to choose one paper):PAPER IV
a) Value and Peace Education
b) Innovations in Education
c) Understanding disciplines
d) Reading and Reflecting on Texts
e) Education for Well-Being
f) Understanding Self


has to choose one paper): PAPER V
a) Environmental Education
b) Computer Education
c) Gender Issues and Human Rights Education
d) Education for Happiness
e) Comparative Education
f) Life Long Learning


1. Educational Psychology Practical.
2. Community Engagement.
3. One week Observation of teaching of regular teachers, school and report writing (at least 24 lessons).
4. Library visit of school and report writing.

Grade A to D

1. Review of one text book in each teaching subject (External)
2. Skill based simulation teaching lessons- 10 Lessons


D-Professional Development
1. Classes on Personality Development.
2. Classes in Music / Drama / Craft / Physical Education/ Yoga/Disaster Management/ Gardening.

Grade A to D

D-Professional Development
1. Classes on Personality Development and life skills.
2. Classes in Music / Drama / Craft / Physical Education/ Yoga/Disaster Management/ Gardening.

Grade A to D
Semester III Semester IV
A-Compulsory Paper Marks  A-Compulsory Paper Marks 

PAPER I: Measurement and Evaluation in Education
PAPER II: Theoretical Foundations of Curriculum
PAPER III: Guidance and Counselling




PAPER I: Contemporary India and Education 80+20

B-Internship –16 weeks
1. Morning Assembly
2. Attendance Register
3. Teachers Diary
4. Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation.
5. School infrastructure
6. Any other duty assigned by the Principal.
7. Reflections and consolidation of internship report writing
8. Report Writing.


C-Field Work
1. Four weeks practice – in – teaching
2. Community Engagement
3. Action Research and its Report Writing

Grade A to D

C-Field Work
1. 1.Comprehensive Viva-Voce (Based on complete B.Ed. course)


D-Professional Development
1. Classes on Personality Development.
2. Classes in Music / Drama / Craft / Physical Education/ Yoga/Disaster Management/ Gardening.

Grade A to D

D-Professional Development
1. Classes in Music / Drama / Craft / Physical Education/ Yoga/Disaster Management/ Gardening.

Grade A to D





(H) Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation (C.C.E)*

(a) In each paper the continuous internal assessment system would have a weightage of 20% marks, while the semester end examination shall have a weightage of 80% marks.

(b) The weightage of components in continuous internal assessment system will be as under:
- Practicum/ field work 05 marks
- Assignment and/ presentation 10 marks
- Attendance and class participation 05 marks

(c) It shall be the duty of the teacher/teachers to conduct Continuous and comprehensive Evaluation. In case more than one teacher is sharing the teaching work in a paper, each teacher shall evaluate independently but total weightage should be 15 marks.

Note 1: The syllabus will be revised from time to time as per NCTE/ UGC guidelines.

(I) Attendance:

(I) Every B.Ed. student shall have to attend at least 75 % theory and internship classes and 100% Educational Psychology Practical classes, Practice in Teaching and other components of B.Ed. programme, failing which He/she shall not be sent up for the examination.

(II) In case of shortage of attendance on medical grounds the Vice Chancellor may condone not more than 10% of shortage of attendance on the recommendations of the Head, Department of Education and Dean, Faculty of Education as per the provisions of University Statutes.

(M) Examination :Rules and Regulations:

1. Students who have completed their course for the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) First Semester but have failed to appear/ pass the semester examination will be allowed to re-appear in the subsequent First semester examination. Those who fail to appear/ pass in any paper in the second semester may be permitted to appear at the next year’s semester examination without further attendance at lectures if their applications for permission meet with the approval of the Head of the Department of Education and the Dean, Faculty of Education.

2. Candidates allowed to appear at the Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) semester examination under this ordinance as exempted candidates shall be required to pay the examination fee as prescribed by the University.

3. There shall be a Semester-End examination and each student has to appear in all papers/ including Theory, Practicals, Practice in teaching, internship, field work, professional development.

4. All those candidates who pass a semester examination (under section 2 stated above) can appear for improvement in only one theory paper of a semester at the next Back Paper/ Regular examination of that semester and not thereafter. However, the improvement facility will not be given in all the papers prescribed in the course.

5. Students of following categories shall be ‘Eligible for Back Paper (EBP)’. An EBP candidate shall be promoted to next semester. The back paper facility in a semester provides promotion to the next semester and another opportunity to obtain a minimum of the pass marks assigned for an individual paper or in the aggregate.

A. The candidates who fail to secure an aggregate of 50% of the maximum marks for a semester but have obtained 40% of the maximum marks assigned to each of their papers may appear in all the papers as exempted candidate or may appear in only one theory paper of his choice as EBP candidate to secure a minimum in the aggregate.

B. The candidates who secure an aggregate of 50% of the maximum marks for a semester but fail to secure a minimum of 40% of the maximum marks in one out of four papers prescribed for the semester papers or in case where there are more than four papers prescribed for the semester , the candidates who have failed in two theory papers or have failed in one theory paper shall be declared ‘EBP’. Such candidates will appear only in their uncleared papers.

C. All the candidates covered in the categories defined in the sub sections A & B of the section 5 shall be given only one chance to clear the semester in the next back paper/ regular examination of that semester and not thereafter.

6. A candidate with two out of three or three out of four uncleared papers in his/ her first semester examination shall be declared ‘Failed’ but will be promoted to the second semester but not beyond till he/ she becomes a candidate under 3or 4 by appearing as an exempted candidate in the next Back paper/ Regular examination of that semester and not thereafter. Such a promotion from third to fourth semester shall also be granted to the candidates who have passed either their first two semester examinations as per section 2 or have cleared all papers of first semester but, they are EBP in 2nd semester.

7. The back paper facility will not be given to a candidate if the number of his uncleared papers in all of his previous semester examinations exceeds three.

8. In case where three of the four Semesters have been cleared in three years, the Vice Chancellor/ Examination Committee may recommend for only one more opportunity in the fourth coming Back Paper/ Regular examination of that semester and not thereafter.
9. The examination for the degree of the bachelor of education shall include: Theory of Examination, practice in teaching examination and practical examination, internship and professional development activities.

10. The students shall be required to complete their practice- in- teaching work, (at least 40 supervised lessons,) the prescribed Practical work , internship, field work ,and other activities as per regular schedule of the department and the institution. Failure in compliance to this condition shall disallow a candidate from appearing in B.Ed. examination of the University.

(a) Candidates who have completed their course in practice- in- teaching and but have failed to pass or to appear at the B.Ed. practice teaching examination shall be allowed to present themselves for re-examination therein at the subsequent examination without attending a full course. They shall however be required to teach at least 15 supervised lessons before appearing at the B.Ed. Practice- in- Teaching Examination.

(b) A candidate who has failed to pass or to appear at the semester end B.Ed. Theory Examination after completing all the course requirements of all components of B.Ed. programme, may present himself/herself for re-examination there in at a subsequent B.Ed. semester end Examination of same semester as an EXEMPTED CANDIDATE as per the B.Ed.syllabus.

(c) A candidate who has completed his/her course for the Bachelor of Education Programme but has failed to pass or appear in both written as well as practice in teaching examination may present him/her self for re-examination therein at a subsequent examination at a University examination in a subsequent academic session as per provisions under (a) and (b) above.

(d) A candidate desirous of appearing at a B.Ed. back paper/improvement examination under the provisions of the University shall be required to answer the question papers set in accordance with the old syllabus which was originally studied by the candidates.

(e) A candidate who has failed to complete his/her required practice in teaching lesson in second semester shall complete the same in the third semester during internship and may present him/herself as exempted candidates in subsequent second semester practice in teaching examination.

(f) A candidate shall be eligible for promotion from third semester to fourth semester only after completion of all components of B.Ed. in semester I & semester II. They can complete the internship in subsequent semester III next year if they were unable to complete it in their regular semester III




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