Courses at Pramod Mahavidhyalaya

 

 

B. A. Course
College has been recognized by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University for the Graduation course on 3 yrs. B.A. degree course.

Rules of Admission
Course for B.A. first year :-
1. National Pride & Environmental Education
National Pride & Environmental Education are compulsory subject for the students taking admission in B.A. (First Year). Each student has to compulsorily study this subject. The subject carries one paper of 50 marks.
2. Core Course
Amongst the core courses, each student has to select any 3 subjects out of the 6 courses which are taught in the college -
  • Hindi Literature
  • English Literature
  • Sanskrit Literature
  • Education
  • Economics
  • Social Studies

  • Each subject will have 2 papers of 50 marks each, totalling to 100 marks.
    Note :-  
    1. Any one Literature subject between Hindi Literature and English Literature is compulsory.
    2. Any two studies as subject has to be taken amongst the three studies.
    3. Additional Core Course
    Each student has to compulsorily take one subject out of the following subjects. Each subject carries 50 + 50 = 100 marks in the examination.
    • Hindi Language
    • General English
    • General Sanskrit
    Course for B.A. second year :-
    The student has to study all those subjects which he/she has studied in B.A. first year except the basic subjects in the B.A. third year.

    Restrictions
    Choice of 3 literature subjects from the core courses will not be valid . Therefore, the student cannot study the subjects Hindi Literature, Sanskrit Literature and English Literature together.

    Subject Change
    Student has the option of changing the subjects, applied in the application form, within 10 days from the start of classes. After that, no subject change will be allowed.

    Course Fee
    Rs. 2,000 per annum


     

    B. Sc. (3 yrs. Course)
    Rules of Admission
    Course for B.Sc. First Year :-
    1. National Pride & Environmental Education
    National Pride & Environmental Education are compulsory subject for the students taking admission in B.Sc. (First Year). Each student has to compulsorily study this subject. The subject carries one paper of 50 marks.
    2. Math Group
    Main Subjects :-
    • Mathmetics
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Biology Group
      Main Subjects :-
      1. Zoology
      2. Botany
      3. Chemistry
    Course for B.Sc. Second Year & Third Year :-
    In B.Sc. 2nd year & 3rd year, all subjects except the base subjects will be the main subjects.
    Note :-   Those students who don't take the subject National Pride & Environment Education in their first year have to take it either in their 2nd year or 3rd year.

    Course Fee
    Rs. 3,000 per annum

     

    B. Ed. Course
    Admission for B. Ed. classes conducted in the college will be on the basis of entrance examination held by the university.
    The B. Ed. examination shall consist of six compulsory papers & practical test and assessment of work in practise.

    A) Compulsory Papers
    Paper I Philosophical & Sociological Foundation of Education 100 Maximum pass marks. 36% in aggregate with 100 marks.
    Paper II Contemporary problems of Indian Education Minimum of 30% in each paper.
    Paper III Educational psychology & Measurement 100
    Paper IV School Administration 100
    Paper V Educational Technology 100
    Paper VI Teaching of School Subjects 100

    A) Practical Papers
    There shall be 200 marks for practical teaching and practical workout of which 50 marks shall be allotted for internal assessment of the sessional practical works as detailed below:

    1. Scouting & Guiding 10 Marks
    2. Games / P.T. 10 Marks
    3. Practical Teaching Assessment by the subject supervisor 10 x 10 (for each subject) 20 Marks
    (20 for advance course)
    4. Cultural and Co-curricular activities 10 Marks

    Practical Training and Co-curicular activities shall form part of the regular class time table

    Note :-  
    1. Women candidates and disabled military personnels may be exempted from games or physical training be adjusted in 'other' co-curicular activities in their case. The training in scouting-guiding shall include a camp of minimum 5 days duraton under the guidance of a qualified teacher.
    2. The marks allotted for each practical work shall be awarded by the teacher imparting training in that particular during the session.

    The remaining 150 marks shall be allotted for the two final teaching lessons.
    The candidates are required to obtain 40% marks in order to pass at the practical examination.


    Course Fee
    Rs. 27,100 per annum

     

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