Bengali and English

The academic session commences in the month of July every year and terminates in the month of June. Duration 2 Years.

Eligibility for B.Ed. Admission:

The candidates having at least 50% of marks in the Bachelor’s / Master’s Degree with at least two school subjects at the graduation level are eligible for submitting applications and the selection for admission will be made in accordance with the norms set forth by the University of Gour Banga.

Eligibility for D.Ed. Admission:

Candidates with at least 50% marks at the Higher Secondary/ Senior Secondary (+2) or its equivalent examination passed with School Subjects are eligible for admission as regular candidates as per NCTE norms.

Procedure for Admission

Students seeking admission should submit the applications in the prescribed form, attached in the prospectus, duly filled-in and signed by the applicant, on or before…….The application-cum-prospectus can be collected from the College Office by paying Rs………drawn in favour of Gangarampur B.Ed. College payable at Gangarampur. The application should be accompanied by the following documents.

  • Attested copies of mark sheets and Certificates of all examinations since H.S. examination or equivalent up to the last examination passed.
  • Date of birth certificate.
  • One recent passport photograph affixed in the specified place of the application form.
  • Caste certificate from the competent authority.
  • Original receipt showing purchase of the application form.
  • Photocopy of University Registration Certificate of the qualifying examinations. (For ex-student of G.B.U. only)
  • Migration (For Students coming from other Universities)

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Admission Details for D.El.Ed Section

 

Admission Forms and Prospectus are available from the office of the Principal, Gangarampur B.Ed. College on all working days from the date to be notified by the West Bengal Board of Primary Education.

Eligibility :

Candidates with at least 50% marks at the Higher Secondary/ Senior Secondary (+2) or its equivalent examination passed with School Subjects are eligible for admission as regular candidates as per NCTE norms.

Intake :

Admission for 50 (Fifty) fresher candidates is available. Admission to the Course is open to the candidates (Men & Women) domiciled in West Bengal with age not below 18 years but not above 35 years. Reservation shall be made for S.C., S.T. & OBC candidates as per State Government orders.

Admission Procedure :

Admission shall be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained at the Higher Secondary/ Senior Secondary (+2) or its equivalent examination as regular candidate with School subjects as per guideline of the West Bengal Board of Primary Education.

Co-Curricular Activities :

Like drama, recitation, debate, quiz, music, painting, extempore speech. Participation in Adult Education/ Literacy programme, Blood Donation, Publishing articles in College & Wall Magazine, Social Awareness Programmes are compulsory.

Attendance :

Admitted students must attend at least 80% of the lectures delivered. Irregularity in attendance may cause cancellation of his/her admission. If they fail to attend 80% of the lectures delivered, they will be treated non-collegiate and will not be qualified for appearing at the first year Final D.El.Ed. course Examination. These rules will be strictly adhered to.

Working days & College Hours(on all working days except Holidays & Sundays) :

There shall be at least 200 working days exclusive of period of examination and admission etc. out of which at least 40 days shall be for pracitice teaching in Primary schools. Classes will be generally held from 10.45 A.M. to 4.45 P.M.for practice teaching.

Subjects to be taught :

As per syllabus of D.El.Ed. course for 2 years prepared by West Bengal Board of Primary Education

Academic Session :

The Academic session of the College begins in July every year and ends in June of the next year.

Practice Teaching :

The Procedure of practice teaching ranging from simulation to class roomteaching occurs as per the following steps :-

Preparation for practice teaching

1. Pedagogic- Content analysis.
2. Lesson Planning.
3. Developing teaching skill in simulated settings.
4. Observation of demonstration lesson.
5. Pedagogic- Content analysis.

Practice Teaching in Schools

1. Classroom Teaching.
2. Observation of peer Teaching.
3. Peer feedback.
4. Supervision and evaluation of Students Teaching.
5. Self-analysis/ reflection on teaching by students.
6. Interaction with the Schools/Community.

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B.Ed Course Result
Sl. No. Intake Session Appeared  Passed Suppl. Failed
(I) (II)
1. 100 2005-2006 97 16 78 02 01
2. 100 2006-2007 101 10 87 04 Nil
3. 100 2007-2008 103 49 49 05 Nil
4. 100 2008-2009 106 16 85 05 Nil
5. 100 2009-2010 105 56 47 02 Nil
6. 100 2010-2011 98 41 55 02 Nil
7. 100 2011-2012 100 76 23 01 Nil
8. 100 2012-2013 102 87 13 02 Nil
9. 100 2013-2014 100 98 00 02 Nil
10. 100 2014-2015 100 100 00 00 Nil
D.El.Ed Course Result
Sl. No. Intake Session Appeared  Passed Suppl. Failed
49
1. 50 2013-20156 50 01 NIl