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Kerala University invites applications for B.Ed. Degree Course in Govt./Aided/Self-financing colleges and M.Ed. Degree Course in the Affiliated Colleges of Teacher Education.

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  • Admission Procedures

    NCTE Approval

    The College was accorded recognition by the National Council for Teacher Education for sanction of B.Ed course , vie order No.F/SRO/NCTE/ 1998-99/1058 dtd.15-7-1998.

    The strength of the College and Optional Subjects

    From the academic year 2009-10, the NCTE has sanctioned an additional intake of 100 students( Order No. FSRC/NCTE/2009/B.Ed-A1/R0/13335) and the university has sanctioned an intake of 200 for B.Ed Course (Order no. AcB.1/31844/2010 dated 8/9/2010), 100 Merit Seats and 100 Management Seats. Merit seats are filled by collegiate education based on merit. Management seats are filled by an interview conducted by the principal and management.


    The intake is in the following six optional subjects prescribed for the B.Ed. Degree Course.

    » English (16 Merit and 16 Management) » Malayalam (16 Merit and 16 Management)
    » Mathematics (16 Merit and 16 Management) » Natural Science (16 Merit and 16 Management)
    » Physical Science (16 Merit and 16 Management) » Social science (20 Merit and 20 Management)

    M.Ed Course (Non Credit and Semester System – Non CSS)

    The college started the M.Ed course on 13/09/2010 .The college was sanctioned M.Ed Course during the academic year 2010-11 onwards with an intake of 25 students. The NCTE has sanctioned an intake of 35 students from 2010-11 academic year onwards (Order no: FSRO/NCTE /2010-11/20570, dated 20/8/2010) and University of Kerala sanctioned an intake of 35 students. from 2011-12 academic year onwards (No. Ac.B1/53079/2010 dated 6/12/2010 ).

    Out of 35, 18 merit seats and 17 management seats. Merit seats are filled by an entrance examination conducted by university of Kerala. Management seats are filled by an interview conducted by the principal and management.


    Eligibility for Admission

    B.Ed Course

    Candidates should have passed the B.A /B.Sc degree examination under the 10+2+3 pattern with one main subject and two subsidiary subjects, from any of the Universities in Kerala or of any other university recognized by any of the universities in kerala as equivalent there to for admission, subject to the stipulation regarding marks.

    The minimum requirement of marks for admission to B.Ed course is 50% in bachelors degree (Science /Arts Subjects) in aggregate (ie for part 1+2+3 or 50% for part 3).

    The different optional subjects offered are English, Malayalam, Hindi, Arabic, Tamil, Sanskrit, Urdu (Languages). Mathematics, Physical Science, Natural Science,Social science, Geography, Commerce, Information technology, Computer Sciences.

    Candidates who have secured M.Com degree with not less than 45% marks are eligible for admission to the B.Ed Course in Commerce.For Information Technology and Computer Science MCA/M Sc.Computer science with a minimum of 45% marks.

    M.Ed Course

    Eligibility for admission to the course:

    1. I)A Minimum of 50% Marks for B Ed Degree Examination from a recognized university.
    2. II)A minimum of 50% marks for M.A/ M.Sc. DegreeExamination from a recognized university.

    III) SC/ST candidates should have a minimum of 45% marks for B Ed Degree Examination.

    1. IV)SEBC/OBCcandidates should have a minimum of 48% marks for B Ed Degree Examination.
    2. V)Whereas separate aggregate marks are awarded for Theory and Practical for B.Ed Degree Examination ,candidate should have 50% in each theory and practical.
    3. VI)The Post-Graduate Degreeshould be in the relevant subject for which admission is sought for M. Ed.

    Admission norms and fees structure are as per University of Kerala /Kerala Government Rules

    The Syllabus and its Transaction

    The B. Ed and M.Ed Syllabus of the University of Kerala are transacted by giving equal importance to both theory and practical.

    Scheme of assessment –Total -for theory and practical
    Semester I

    Paper Subjects Time Written
    I Theoretical base of education 2 hours 50 20 70
    II Psychological base of education 2 hours 50 20 70
    III Associate subjects – Education Technology and Educational Evaluation 2 hours 50 20 70
    IV Theoretical base of teaching 2 hours 50 20 70
    V Principles of pedagogical analysis 2 hours 50 —— 50
    Health and physical Education —– —– 20 20
    Teaching practice —– —– 50 50
    Total —– 250 150 400

    Semester II

    VI Theoretical base of Education-National 2 hours 50 20 70
    VII Theories of learning 2 hours 50 20 70
    VIII Associate subjects: Educational management and Environmental education 2 hours 50 20 70
    IX Modern instructional strategies 2 hours 50 20 70
    X Pedagogical analysis of syllabus 2 hours 50 50
    Sports and games —- —- 20 20
    Teaching practice —- —– 250 250
    Total 250 350 600
    Grand total (semester I + semester II ) 500 500 1000

    Break up of Grand Total 1000 marks into Theory, Teaching Practice and Practicum

    Item Semester I Semester II Total Note
    Theory 250 250 500 papers of 50 marks each
    Teaching practice 50 250 300
    Practicum 100 100 200
    Total 400 600 1000

    Scheme of Assessment of Practicals –Teaching practice

    Phase Internal External Total
    Semester I 50 No Standardisation 50
    Semester II 150 Standardisation by the board 150

    Allotment of marks for Lesson Plans, Tests and Records

    Item Internal External Total
    Lesson Plans, Tests, Records 80 By the Board 80
    Teaching aids used 15 By the Board 15
    Other records 5 By the Board 5
    Total 100 100

    Scheme of Examination M.Ed Course

    Semester I
    Core papers:
    ESA CA Total
    Paper I 75 25 100
    Paper II 75 25 100
    Elective I 75 25 100
    Elective II 75 25 100
    Total 300 100 400
    Semester II
    Core papers:
    ESA CA Total
    Paper III 75 25 100
    Elective 75 25 100
    Thesis 250 250
    Viva-voce 50 50
    Total 450 50 500

    Grand Total for semester I&II 900

    Each Student shall conduct a minimum of 2 seminars in each core Papers and electives in Semester 1 and Semester 2
    Each student shall submit a minimum of 2 assignments in each core papers and electives in Sem1 and Sem 2. The topic for the assignments shall be given by the concerned teachers and after evaluation the same shall be given back to the students.
    Each student shall submit a thesis at least 15 days before the commencement of ends semester examination. The thesis should be on some educational theme related to the candidates field of specialization. The report should be approximately 10000 to 20000 words depending up on the nature of the topic. The thesis shall be written in English and 4 copies of the summery .
    A viva-voce examination shall be held on research methodology and the thesis .The viva voce examination will be conducted by a board. The students shall compulsorily attend the viva voce .
    The Evaluation of the course shall be made and the result shall be indicated as percentage of marks .The minimum marks required for successful completion of each paper shall be 50% with a separate minimum of 40% marks for ESA for each subject . There shall also be a separate minimum of 50% marks for thesis as well.

    NCTE Approval for B.Ed (2 Basic Units)

    The College was accorded recognition by the National Council for Teacher Education for sanction of B.Ed course , vie order No.F/SRC/NCTE/ APSO0421/B.Ed(AI)/KL/2015-64519.

    NCTE Approval for M.Ed (1 Basic Units)

    The College was accorded recognition by the National Council for Teacher Education for sanction of M.Ed course , vie order No.F/SRC/NCTE/ APSO0421/B.Ed(AI)/KL/2015-64519.

    The new 2 year M.Ed curriculum, Syllabus, Seats and Evaluation Download 

    The new 2 year B.Ed curriculum, Syllabus, Seats and Evaluation Download 

    Daily Routine

    Every working day starts with assembly comprising of morning prayer followed by pledge taking, news reading (English and Malayalam) .Thought for each day is presented by teacher trainees. The assembly is concluded by the principal’s message.


    We are happy that we are able to produce nearly cent percent result for the B.Ed.Degree Examinations of the University of Kerala.

  • Extension and Outreach Activities

    The extension Programmes implemented by the institution include

    • Two national seminars, One on Student Progression : Guidance and counseling perspectives and the other on Learning Disabilities: Pedagogue Tactics
    • Visit to destitute  homes, School for mentally challenged etc.
    • Surveys on Community needs
    • Free tuition for the inmates of orphanage.
    • Public place cleaning
    • School improvement programs
    • Constitution of blood donors forum in collaboration with Travancore Medical College.
    • Awareness Programs for the neighbouring people on energy saving and Educational loan facility
  • Students Support and Progression

    Anti-Ragging  cell

    An effective Anti-Ragging cell is functioning in this college. The cell consists of four members and the Principal, Dr. Anitha.N, is the head of this Cell. The Instituion takes immediate action against ragging and our campus is free from ragging activities.

    Placement cell

    The Placement cell functioning in the institution provides career information and vacancy positions to the teacher trainees and informs the neighbouring schools about the pass percentage & academic excellence of the student teachers. The function of the placement cell is a boon to the employers.

    Guidance cell

    The cell extends guidance and counselling services to student teachers in discovering their own talents and assists in overcoming anxiety in the academic field and personal life.

    Grievance and redressal cell

    The cell demands student-teachers to voice their opinion and lodge their complaints. The genuine grievances are taken into consideration for redressal.

    Other Major cells


    • Anti Sexual Harassment cell
    • Mobile Squad
    • Anti-Narcotic Cell
    • Youth Red Cross Unit
    • Yoga Training Classes
    • Women Cell
    • Internal Quality Assurance Cell


    Tutorial System

    Fifteen Students are grouped and placed under a teacher educator(mentor cum tutor) for tutorial work. The student teachers are met at regular intervals to share their experiences and solve their problems. The outcomes of mentering are reported to parents if necessary, else where the tutor deals the problems and remediation strategies are suggested.

    Career Corner

    The Career corner provides periodicals and publications which help the student teachers be aware of various job opportunities and higher studies option.

    Sports and Games

    The College has its own play ground sufficient for the conduct of football, handball,volleyball and athletics. Sufficient arrangements are available for indoor games.

    House System

    The 168 Students are grouped into 5 houses.

    • Dew
    • Mist
    • Drizzle
    • Rime
    • Sprinkle

    Arts and Sports competitions are held house wise. This instills  healthy competitive spirit among student teachers.


    The Alumni Association of the college had its inception in 2008. Awareness programmes on road safety, tribal culture and medicines and a legal workshop have been organized by the former students so far.

    Parent Teachers Association

    An efficient PTA under the presidentship of Adv. Faziludeen is functioning in the college. It serves as a blessing to the institution’s progress.The PTA is always ready to extend any sort of help so that their wards get exemplary education.

    Practice teaching

    The practice teaching segment all inevitable part of the B.Ed training Course helps in achieving and strengthening the teaching skills of prospective teachers. The teaching pratice which fall under two spells is conducted in 15 practice teaching schools.

    •  A.K.M. H.S.S Mylapure[Model School]
    •  Govt H.S.S Vallikeezhu
    •  Govt H.S.S Thattamala
    •  Govt H.S.S  Mangad
    •  St.Agnes H.S.S  Neendakara
    •  V.V.V H.S.S Ayathil
    •  Govt H.S.S  Anchalumoodu
    •  St. Johns H S S Eravipuram
    •  Sivaram H S S Karikode
    •  S N Trust H S S Kollam
    •  S.N.V. H.S.S Paravoor.
    •  H.S Mayyanadu
    •  Meenakshivilasom H.S.S Peroor
    •  Govt B.H.S.S Sankaramangalam.
    • NSM GH, Kottiyam
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