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The Diploma of Education (D.Ed.) programme aims at developing the understanding and competencies required by practising teachers for effective teaching-learning process at the secondary stage. This programme prepares prospective teachers to understand the psychological and sociological aspects of the child’s development and also understand his behaviour under different conditions. The course work combined with rigorous practice of teaching prepares teacher trainees to master the art of teaching and the ability to deal with students based on their individual differences in various classroom situations. The D.Ed. Program aims to train teachers for the schools in the government/private sector in India and abroad. The curriculum and evaluation systems adopted by the college are similar to those used in the typical Colleges of Education. Emphasis is given to the development of domain knowledge and teaching skills. They take foundational and experiential coursework to enable them to meet the students with linguistic, cultural, learning and behavioral diversity. Senior/Guest Lecturer for different kinds of seminar to improve students theoretical and presentation knowledge for their future.

Objectives of D.Ed. General Programme
• To enable students to understand the central concepts, tools of inquiry and structures of the disciplines of Education in general and teacher education in particular. To provide opportunities to teacher trainees that enable learning experiences to make subject matter meaningful at secondary level.
• To make the student teachers understand how children learn and develop, how they differ in their approaches to learning and create learning opportunities that benefit diverse learners and learning contexts
• To develop the skills of student teachers to plan learning experiences in and outside the classroom that are based on learners’ existing proficiency, interests, experiences and knowledge, and enable them to understand how students come to view, develop, learn and make sense of subject matter contained in the curriculum.
• To develop the capacity among student teachers to use knowledge of effective verbal, non-verbal and media communication techniques to foster active enquiry, collaboration and supportive interaction in the classroom.
• To enable the student teachers to understand and use formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate and ensure the continuous intellectual social, emotional and physical development of the learners.
• To provide student teachers self-identity as a ‘teacher’ through school based learning experiences and reflective practices that continually evaluate the effects of their choices and actions.
• To change the behaviour, attitude and values of teacher trainees so that they shape into responsible and accountable agents of change in the society, in the perspective of local, national and global concerns and issues vital for human survival, progress and development.
• To provide a rich programme of curricular and extra-curricular activities for student teachers for all round development of their personalities as also those of the students whom they teach. Curriculum The Syllabus and Courses of study in the D.Ed. programme are as prescribed by the SCERT, Haryana from time to time and also governed by its regulations/statutes.

The D.Ed. General Course consists of two parts:
Part- I (Theory) 700 marks
There shall be four compulsory papers of 100 marks each. One optional paper of 100 marks and two teaching subjects of 100 marks each.
Part- II (Practice of Teaching) 300 marks
The practice of teaching shall be done through Micro and Macro lessons to be delivered by the pupil teachers. The practice of teaching shall be of 300 Marks. Out of which 150 marks shall be awarded by the two external examiners for two final lessons to be observed in the two teaching subjects offered and internal examiner shall award the remaining 150 marks.

Internal Assessment
20% of the marks are allotted for Internal Assessment in each theory paper as per the following distribution:
1. Attendance 5 marks
2. Assignment (written) 5 marks
3. 1st Internal Assessment Test 5 marks
4. 2nd Internal Assessment Test 5 marks
Total 20 marks

The candidate should have Sr. Sec./10+2/Intermediate pattern in any discipline or equivalent with not less than 45% aggregate marks (40% for SC/ST candidates). Fees & Other Charges The candidates admitted to D.Ed Course by the SCERT, Haryana are required to deposit fee and other charges as prescribed by the SCERT, the details of which can be had from the SCERT /College office at the time of admission. Fees and other charges are revised by the SCERT, Haryana from time to time. Difference in amount if any will have to be paid as and when demanded by the college authorities.

Uniform/Dress Code
Every trainee in the college has to wear uniform compulsorily on specified days, functions and during the days when Teaching Practice is on.The uniform prescribed is as follows:
GIRLS: Blue Saree with border, Navy Blue Sweater, Navy Blue Blazer with College Colour.
BOYS: White Shirt, Grey Trousers, Tie, Navy Blue Sweater, Navy Blue Blazer with College Colour and Black Shoes.

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