The institute is affiliated to the Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur. It follows the curriculum prescribed by the University. However, some important curriculum components of Gandhian Philosophy of Education are added in our curriculum.
Components of the B.Ed. Program
Part-1- Main Theory Papers (I-VI)
- Paper–I Education in Indian Society.
- Paper–II Psychology of Learner and Teaching Learning Process.
- Paper–III Educational System and School Management in India.
- Paper–IV Classroom Management and Educational Technology.
Part-2- Pedagogy of Teaching Subjects (Paper-V & VI)
- Social Studies
- General Science
- Business Studies
- Financial Accounting
Part-3- Teaching Practice & Practical Work
Part-4- Compulsory Qualifying Paper
Computer and its Educational Applications (Paper-VII)
Part-5- Additional Optional Paper Specialization (Paper-VIIl)
Basic Education (Compulsory for all)
Based on the four areas of Gandhian philosophy, the Institute has four societies: Nature, Community & Culture, Governance and Livelihood. The President, Secretary and representatives are elected democratically. These societies organize co-curricular activities throughout the year. Our institution provides a rich exposure through a wide range of co-curricular activities for the holistic development of the prospective teachers. These include nukkad nataks, peace rallies, community surveys, exhibitions on community education and environment awareness.
Student-teachers take out rallies carrying banners and placards with the message of peace, harmony and relevant social issues. These rallies converge into nukkad nataks.
Our faculty and student-teachers organize Nukkad Nataks (street plays) at village choupals. These plays have been a medium to sensitize the village community on issues such as education, health and sanitation, women empowerment, countering superstitions etc.
Every year a subject is chosen for community survey to give exposure of research and field study to our student-teachers. A rural locale is selected for study and student- teachers carry out surveys in groups in the above mentioned four areas related to the Gandhian philosophy. The process includes rigorous planning about the study objectives, construction of tools for data collection in a workshop mode, community study and interaction through surveys and data collection, analysis of the data and exhibition of charts and models based on the findings.
Exhibitions on subjects such as community education, environment and craft works of our student-teachers are held both on and off campus.The student-teachers actively participate in assembly, meditation, physical exercises and programmes on health awareness. Various programmes are held through out the year, where the student-teachers rejoice to the melody and rhythm of traditional folk songs and dances. Annual Function of the Institute is colourful and a learning curve too.