Scheme of Evaluation M.Ed. Semester-I

Scheme of Evaluation M.Ed. Semester-I

M.Ed Semester – I

Course NoNomenclatureCourse CodeESECCATotalLecture-Tutorial-Practical per week (1hr.each)Credit
Core Course-1Psychology of learning and development *MEDCC-10170301003-1-25
Core Course-2Historical, Political and Economic of Education *MEDCC-10270301003-1-25
Core Course-3Educational Studies *MEDCC-10370301003-1-25
Core Course-4Introduction to Educational Research *MEDCC-10470301003-1-25
Skill Course-5(Any one of the following)
1. Communication and Expository writing
2. Self Development

Total 28012040020

* M.Ed Course Code

(i) Continuous Comprehensive Assessment (CCA) accounting for 30% of the final grade that a student gets in a course: This would have the following components:
(a)Term Test: One term test shall be arranged for each paper prior to End-Semester Examination: examination duration shall be of three hours: maximum marks shall be 60 (reduced to 15).
(b) Seminar: Each student shall prepare and deliver a seminar per theory paper: maximum marks shall be 40 (reduced to 10). The Seminar shall be completed prior to term test for all the papers.
(c) Classroom Attendance – Each student will have to attend a minimum of 75% Lectures/Tutorials/Practical’s. A student having less than 75% attendance will not be allowed to appear in the End-Semester Examination (ESE). Attendance marks will awarded by following the system proposed below 🙁 as per NCTE norms).

80% to 83%1 Mark
84% to 87%2 Marks
88% to 91%3 Marks
92% to 95%4 Marks
96% and above5 Marks

Skill Course- 5 Evaluation: Based on his/her performance and hands-on practice, the respective Department shall declare the result as “Satisfactory” or “Un-Satisfactory”; each student needs to get a minimum of three “Satisfactory” declaration for the course completion.

(ii) End-Semester Examination (ESE) accounting for the 70% of the final grade that the student gets in a course.

For the Term test and ESE:

Part A

  1. Part-A of question paper shall be Very short answer type containing 10 short questions (atleast two questions from each unit) spread over the whole syllabus to be answered in about 30 words each. Each question shall carry 01marks (In all 1×10=10 Marks) and shall be a compulsory question.

Part B

  1. Part-B of the paper shall contain 8 questions with internal choice. The entire syllabus has been divided into four units. Each unit shall have two questions and the candidates shall be given Internal choice i.e. the candidate shall attempt one question form each unit. Each question carry 15marks (4×15=60 Marks) 10+60 = 70 marks