Programme overview

The Bachelor of Education (Part-Time) is a 3-year degree programme designed for government teachers. The candidates are given extensive project assignments and internships to enhance and cultivate their analytical thinking for solving practical problems. The candidate, after the programme, can work in the capacities of counsellor, content writer, administrator, and education researcher. The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) part-time programme is a specialised undergraduate degree designed to prepare individuals for a career in the field of education. It is a comprehensive course that equips aspiring teachers with the knowledge, skills, and competencies required to excel in the teaching profession. The B.Ed. programme aims to develop competent educators who can effectively contribute to the growth and development of students. It combines academic rigour with practical training, enabling students to develop the necessary skills and knowledge to make a positive impact on their lives and contribute to the educational landscape.

  • 3 Years

    Duration of Program

  • UG

    Level of Study

Key Highlights

Excellent Faculty.
Research Environment.
Face-to-face and online modes Teaching and Learning Environment
well-equipped laboratory facilities as per NCTE norms.
Development of problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, and

How will you benefit

After successful completion of the B.Ed. (Part-Time) programme, a lot of opportunities are there to get a good job in government as well as in private schools.
A lot of perks are there in a teaching job, like a good salary package, fewer working hours, a respectful job, lots of holidays, etc.
Thus, pursuing a B.Ed. (part-time) programme helps a candidate gain and acquire certain qualities that make the person aware of the role of a teacher in the political and socio-cultural system, and most importantly, in the education system.
By involving themselves in different groups of activities during the B.Ed. (part-time) programme, the prospective teachers are able to understand culturally diverse scenarios so that they can play an important role in the ecosystem of academic learning.

What will you study

There is a need to produce efficient and trained teachers for the development of any country. If anyone has an inclination towards teaching, then he or she has to pursue a B.Ed. (part-time) programme.

The B.Ed. (Part-Time) programme is an undergraduate professional programme for those who want to be teachers in the future.

The governing body for teacher education is the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). After joining the B.Ed. (part-time) programme, a lot of important topics are to be studied, such as Education Philosophy, Education Sociology, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, the development of Education, Pedagogy Subjects, and guidance and counselling.

As the B.Ed. (part-time) programme is a training programme, practical knowledge and experience are a must to develop good teachers. For this, there is a provision of Microteaching, macro teaching, school internships, Health and Sports programmes, Work experience programmes (Community Work, Co-curricular activities), and many more in the duration of the three-year B.Ed. (part-time) programme.

  • To know, select, and use learner-centred teaching methods; to understand the paradigm shift in conceptualising disciplinary knowledge in school curriculum; and to develop the necessary competencies for organising learning experiences.
  • To develop teaching skills and deal with classroom problems.
  • To develop an analysis of the curriculum, construct a blueprint, select appropriate teaching strategies according to the needs of students, and conduct action research to solve classroom problems.
  • To present a seminar before peer students and teachers and practise communication skills through various linguistic activities and ICT for better classroom communication.
  • To understand different values, morality, and social service and accept responsibility for society.

  • To develop an understanding of different aspects of a child’s physical, motor, social, and emotional development.
  • To familiarise students with the design of the curriculum.
  • To give practical experience in evaluating, designing, and reviewing curriculum.
  • To strengthen the ability to 'read', 'think', 'discuss, and communicate, as well as to 'write' in the language of instruction.
  • To become familiar with  assessment and placement procedures for children with special needs.

  • To provide the teaching skills required for effective instructional institutional management.
  • To obtain a total perspective of the role of technologies in modern educational practises
  • To select appropriate devices for evaluation.
  • To develop a sense of responsibility towards the conservation of the environment.
  • To develop a reasonable understanding of the role of school and education in fostering the idea of learning to live in harmony with nature.
  • To develop the professional skills required for guiding pupils in the three initial areas of educational, penal, and victual.
  • To understand intelligence, motivation, and various types of exceptional children.
  • To promote values such as respect for Indian common cultural heritage, egalitarianism, democracy, secularism, equality of sexes, protection of the environment, removal of social barriers, responsible use of cybernetics and mass media, transparency and probity in private and public life, observance of small family norms, national unity, and respect for religious and moral values


Curriculum Specialist
Programme director


at least two years at the time of making the application and who shall continue to be in service during the entire duration of the programme The applicant shall be required to furnish a certificate to this effect from the Head of the school where he or sh

Bachelor degree in education, or B.Ed., from any recognised University in the 2nd Division

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