Kausar College Of Educaion
Established in 2002, Kausar College of Education is affiliated with University of Kashmir and is a premier College of Education provided Degree programs in B.Ed. The University of Kashmir came in to existence on 5th September 1969. Initially in 1948 it was the University of Jammu and Kashmir, primarily as an affiliating and examining body. However, the full-fledged University to sustain and enrich the ancient tradition of learning in Kashmir. Kausar College of Education follows the same learning and guiding principles ad University of Kashmir to spread the knowledge and education maintaining the high commitment of delivering the quality education.
Syllabus for B.Ed First Semester

First Semester

BED-15101        Foundations of Education                                          M.Marks – 80

Unit-I                 Education &Philosophy

                                I)            Nature & Meaning ofEducation

                                ii)           Aims of Education –Individualand social.

                                Iii)          Name and Meaning of Philosophy.

                                Iv)          Relation between Philosophy& Education.         

Unit- II     Major Educational Philosophiesand Educational Thinkers                   Philosophies:

                                I)            Naturalism

                                ii)           Idealism

                                iii)          Pragmatism

                                TheseEducational Philosophies shall be discussed with special reference to Aims,                                            Curriculum, methods, Role ofTeacher & Concept of Discipline.


                                i)            Mahatama Ghandhi:                      Basic Education

                                ii)           Swami Vivekananda:                      Man making Education

                                iii)          Froebel:                                               The Play way method

                                iv)          Montessori:                                       TheDidactic Apparatus

Unit-III      Education & the social Frame ofreference

                                i)            Education and Democracy  - Basic Principles of Democracy – Edu forDemocracy

                                ii)           Education & Socialism         - Meaning, Importance & Role ofEdu in achieving the                                                                                                        goals of Socialism,

                                iii)          Education & Secularism       - Meaning of Seularism

                                                                                                         Role of Education in multi religioussociety like                                                                                                                   India  

Unit- Iv      Culture & Social Change            

                                i)            Concept & Characteristicsof culture

                                ii)           Relationship betweenCulture  Education with special referenceto                                                                          conservative and creativityroles.

                                Iii)          Concept of Social change.

                                Iv)          Factors of Social Change.

                                V)          Roles of Education Vis-à-visSocial change.


1.            Broudy H.            Building a Philosophy EducationS                             





BED-15102        Learning & Development

Unit- I                 Psychology & Educational Psychology

                                i)            Nature, Meaning and Scope ofPsychology

                                ii)           Nature & Meaning ofEducational Psychology.

                                Iii)          functions Educational Psychology

Unit –II                 Understanding Learner  (Stages of Human development.)

                                I)            Physical, Social, Emotional& Cognitive development Patterns.

                                Ii)           Stage – SpecificCharacteristics of Infancy & Childhood.

                                Iii)          Characteristics & Problemsof Adolescents

                                Iv)          Guidance & Counseling foradolescents.

Unit-III                Learning & Motivation

                                I)            Concept of Learning & itsnature.

                                Ii)           Factors of influencinglearning – Personal & Environmental.

                                Iii)           Motivation – Nature, Types: (Techniquesof Enhancing learner’s motivation)

                                Iv)          S-R Theory of Learning ( Thorndike)

                                V)          Operant Conditioning theory oflearning ( Skinner )

                                Vi)         Constructivism – Vygotsky

Unit –IV    Intelligence and Personality


                                I)            Nature and Meaning.

                                Ii)           Determinants of personality–biological & socio-culture determinates.

                                Iii)          Theory of Multipleintelligences ( Howard Gardner )

                                Iv)          Structure of intellect(Guilford )


                                I)            Nature and meaning

                                Ii)           Determinates ofPersonality-biological & socio-culture determinants

                                Iii)          Trait-Theory of Personality ( Allport)

                                Iv)          Psycho analytic theory ofPersonality ( Freud )

                                                EducationalImplications of the above mentioned theories.



1.            Mayer, R.E ( 1987)          Educational Psychology; ACongnit ive Approach, Little Brownan and                                                                       Company,Boston.







BED-15103        Population and Gender Education                      M.Marks-80

Unit-I                  Population Education and population Dynamics

                                i)             Concep,t meaning an objectives

                                ii)           Need and importance

                                iii)          Distribution and density

                                iv)          Population composition – Age,sex, Rural/urban

                                v)           Factors affecting populationgrowth –fertility , mortality and migration.

Unit-II                 PopulationEducation in Schools.

                                i)             Scope of Population Education inSchool

                                ii)            Methods and approaches : inquiry approaches,observation ,self Study


                                iii)           Use of Mass Media – News Papers ,Radio,  TV , and A-V

Unit-III                 Geder Studies

                                i)             Concept , Need and scope of GenderStudies,

                                ii)            Gender Studies as an academicdiscipline

                                iii)           Gender , Economic and work participation

                                iv)           Gender ,Globalization and education

Unit-IV               Issues in Indian Women

                                I)             Women Education: Need , importanceand problems

                                ii             Co-education – ItsEducational implications

                                iii)           Education of Girl Child in India:Present status and challenges aheads

                                iv)           Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyaliya

                                v)            Girls Education in SSA and RMSA



















BED-15104     Inclusive Education

Unit-I                  Exceptionality

                                i)             Meaning, Significance and Scope.

                                ii)            Levels of intervention: Preventiveremedial and Compensating,

                                iii)           Special Education: Meaning,significance and scopes

Unit-II                Categories of Special Children

                                I)             Physically challenged: Visually andHearing impaired.

                                Ii)            Mentally Retarded

                                iii)           Gifted

                ( With specialreference to causes, characteristics and education measures)

Unit-III                inclusive Education

                                I)             Historical background of inclusiveeducation

                                ii)            Principles of inclusion andnecessary resources.

                                iii)           Inclusion, integration andmainstreaming.

Unit-Iv               National initiative

                                I)             Integrated education for disabledchildren ( TEDC. 1974 )

                                II)            Rehabilitation Council of India(1992 )

                                iii)           Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA 2000)

                                iv)           National Curriculum framework (NCF,2005 )























BED-15105        EnvironmentalEducation                                 M.Marks-80s

Unit-I                    EnvironmentalEducation

                                I)             Meaning, Scope and importance ofenvironmental education.

                                ii)            Objectives of EnvironmentalEducation,

                                iii)           Approaches of EnvironmentalEducation, Role of Environmental and Natural                                                       resources in sustainabledevelopment.

Unit-II                 Environmental Concerns

                                I)             Cures and consequences ofenvironmental degradation

                                ii)            Air Pollution: cause, consequencesand remedies

                                III)          Water pollution: causes, consequencesand remedies.

                                  iv)         Deforestationand its implications suggest some remedial measures

Unit-III                Environmental Awarness         

                                I)             Salient features of environmentalawareness thought education: Programmes of                                            environmental education forsecondary school children.

                                ii)            Programmes of environmental educationfor attitude changes among the                                                           children with special referenceto save Dal Hangul, Save Tiger project.

                                iii)           Chipko movement.

Unit-IV               Man and Environment

                                i)             Man as a creator and destroyereffect of human activities on environment,                                                         values and ethics related toenvironment.

                                ii)            Concept of hazard, disaster andvulnerability.

                                iii)           Natural Disasters: Floods ,FlashFloods, Drought, Earthquakes, Cloudbursts and                                                                 Landslides.



















INT1:           School Internship


The Internship will be observed asper the following schedule

First Semester ( April – August) INT 1





Marks 50


Visit Cum Observation to

2 Weeks









a) Aganwadi ( Neighboring Center)

3 Days




b) Nursery School (observation of 5 Lessons )

3 Days




c)Pre-School (observation of 5 lessons )

3 Days


d) Elementary School (Middle) Observation of 5 Lessons)

3 Days

                     Activities to be recorded in the reflective Journal (RJ )s


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