Panjab University B.Ed. 2013-14 TEACHING SUBJECT COMBINATIONS

Panjab University B.Ed. 2013-14 TEACHING SUBJECT COMBINATIONS Notice http://bedadmissions.puchd.ac.in/pdf/bed13.pdf

TEACHING SUBJECT COMBINATIONS
(i) Admission to the B.Ed. course is subject based. At the time of the
admission, each candidate shall opt for two teaching subjects. A
candidate can opt for only those teaching subjects, which he/she
has studied at graduation/post graduation level. The candidate
must have studied the major subject of the subject combination for
at least three years at Bachelor’s level/Master’s level.
(ii) Honours students shall opt for major subject in which they have
obtained honours, the minor subject should have been studied at
least for one year/one semester.
(iii) The candidates who have passed additional subjects at graduation
level can opt for only those
teaching subjects, marks of which are taken into account for the
purpose of calculating percentage of marks at graduation level.
(iv) B.Com./B.B.A./M.Com. Graduates/Post-Graduates may opt two
teaching subjects. One is
Teaching of Commerce and the other shall be Teaching of
Economics or any one of the languages i.e. English, Hindi, Punjabi
and Sanskrit.
Note: Students with B.Com./B.B.A. degree shall be considered in
Commerce stream only even though they may have passed
additional Arts subjects unless they have done Masters in Arts.
(v) B.C.A. Graduates may opt for Teaching of Computer Education as
one subject.
The other subject shall be Teaching of Mathematics or any one of
the languages i.e. English, Hindi, Punjabi and Sanskrit.
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(vi) B.E./B. Tech. graduates shall opt for any two subject combinations
out of Mathematics, Computer Science, Science or Language.
(vii) B.Sc. (Home Science) graduates may opt for two Teaching
Subjects. One is Teaching of Home Science and other shall be out
of the subjects studied by the candidates at the B.Sc. and
Graduate level i.e. Teaching of Science or any one of the
languages i.e. English, Hindi, Punjabi and Sanskrit.
(viii) B.Sc. (Medical) graduates shall opt for two teaching subjects out of
the following :
(a) Teaching of Life Science/Teaching of Science.
(b) Teaching of Physical Science.
(c) Teaching of any one of the languages i.e. English, Hindi,
Punjabi and Sanskrit.
(ix) B.Sc. (Non-Medical) graduates shall opt for two teaching subjects
out of the following :
(a) Teaching of Science/Physical Science.
(b) Teaching of Mathematics/Teaching of Computer Science.
(c) Teaching of any one of the languages i.e. English, Hindi,
Punjabi and Sanskrit.
(x) Arts Graduates may opt for any two teaching subjects selecting one
each from the following (a) and (b):
(a) Teaching of Social Studies/Fine Arts/Music/Physical
Education/Home Science/Economics/History/Geography/Political
Science/Sociology/Public Administration.
(b) Teaching of any one of the languages i.e. English, Hindi, Punjabi
and Sanskrit provided that the candidate has studied the subject at the
graduate level.
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(xi) Graduates with Fine Arts/Music/Computer Education/Home
Science/Physical Education/Mathematics/Statistics/Quantitative
Techniques shall opt for any of these subjects with the other subject
combinations available in the offered college.
(xii) Teaching of Social Studies shall be opted by the graduates who have
taken up any two of the following subjects at B.A./M.A. level (In case a
candidate who has done two masters/higher degree with 50% each in any
two of the following can also opt for teaching of Social Studies):
(i) History (ii) Geography (iii) Political Science(iv) Sociology (v)
Economics (vi) Public Administration(vii) Philosophy (viii) Psychology
(ix) Education(x) Defence Studies (xi) Religious Studies

GUIDELINES FOR MAJOR SUBJECTS (B.Ed. GENERAL)
LIST OF MAJOR SUBJECTS
1. Teaching of Science
2. Teaching of Physical Science
3. Teaching of Life Science
4. Teaching of Mathematics
5. Teaching of Computer Education
6. Teaching of Social Studies
7. Teaching of Economics
8. Teaching of Home Science
9. Teaching of Music
10.Teaching of Fine Arts
11.Teaching of English
12. Teaching of Hindi
13. Teaching of Punjabi
14. Teaching of Physical Education.

 



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