M.Ed Course Intake
M.Ed. (Master of Education)
Two Years (4 Semesters)
Eligibility for M.Ed.:
Candidates seeking admission to the M.Ed. Programme should have obtained at least 50% marks or an equivalent grade in the following programme.
- B.Ed. ( 1 or 2 years duration)
- B.A. B.Ed. or B.Sc. B.Ed.
- D.El.Ed. with an undergraduate Degree (with 50% marks in each).
Reservation and relaxation for SC/ST/OBC/Differently abled and other applicable categories will be as per the rules of the State Government / UGC whichever is applicable.
The course comprises of four semesters for two-year duration. The academic year commences in the month of August and terminates in the month of May after two years. In order to enhance professional competencies to the maximum, classes will also be held during the inter-semester break. The faculty is available throughout the academic year to help the students.
Potential Scope for M.Ed Course!
The M.Ed. course has wide scope and opens up a number of avenues. Being a post graduate course, it definitely enhances the academic faculties of students and prepares them to be better and competent teachers. These graduates will have the opportunity to join B.Ed. Colleges as faculty members or the research wing of the universities at the state and national level, or be project assistants at state and national level institutes. They can register themselves for Ph.D. or M.Phil. Courses. An M.Ed. student will be a definite preference to a B.Ed. graduate for a post in a secondary school. A post graduate with an M. Ed. degree will always be the first choice at the Plus two levels. The intellectual competencies and special skills needed of a teacher will be augmented by this course and open the way for a teaching or research post in favoured institutions. The training given to the students in this M.Ed. course will equip them to independently take on research projects, and consequently, handle individual projects from government and non-government institutions.
The door is open. The choice is yours. Join the course during the coming academic year itself!