M.A Education

M.A (Education)

PREAMBLE:

The Masters in Education programme is unique professional course prepare oneself to study the structure of contemporary education system from Primary to Higher secondary level & its functions from teaching to administration with the traditional touch as well as technological applications.

COURSE CONTENTS:

The M.A (Education) programme is duration of two academic years extended up to four semesters which can be completed in a maximum of three years from the date of admission. The medium of Instruction and the Examination of the course shall be both in Kannada and English.

WORKING DAYS:

  • There shall be 90 working days for each semester inclusive of period of admission and examination.
  • The institution shall work 36 hours per week through physical presence or through online if the circumstances come across like pandemic or any other calamities
  • The minimum attendance of the student shall have to be 80% for all the course work and practicum, 90% for the internship.

ELIGIBILITY & ADMISSION PROCEDURE:

  • Any UG degree holder of the affiliating university any other university recognized by UGC or degree from foreign which as equivalence with Indian universities are eligible with at least 50% marks in Bachelor`s degree of any discipline are eligible for admission of the programme.
  • Admissions are done on the basis of the merit scored in the Entrance Examination held by the university.

CURRICULUM:

1st Semester

Course code Nomenclature of the Paper Credits Internal Assessment External Assessment Maximum Marks
SUMAED20 1.1 Philosophical Foundations of Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 1.2 Sociological Foundations of Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 1.3 Psychological Foundations of Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 1.4 Research Methods in Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 1.5 Computer Education 4 50 50 100
20 250 250 500

2nd Semester

Course code Nomenclature of the Paper Credits Internal Assessment External Assessment Maximum Marks
SUMAED20 2.1 Educational Measurement and Evaluation 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 2.2 Educational Technology 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 2.3 Psycho- social tools and techniques 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 2.4 Yoga, Art & Drama in Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 2.5 Methods of Data Analysis in Education 4 50 50 100
20 250 250 500

3rd Semester

Course code Nomenclature of the Paper Credits Internal Assessment External Assessment Maximum Marks
SUMAED20 3.1 Curriculum Development and Comparative Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 3.2 Inclusive Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 3.3 Health & Physical Education 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 3.4 Educational Administration and Management 4 50 50 100
SUMAED20 3.5 Pedagogy of Teaching School subjects 4 50 50 100
20 250 250 500

4th Semester

Course code Nomenclature of the Paper Credits Internal Assessment External Assessment Maximum Marks
SUMAED20 4.1 Submission of Project Proposal 4 100 100
SUMAED20 4.2 Dissertation and Viva-Voce Examination 10 250 100
SUMAED20 4.3 Field Work 6 150 100
20 500 500

ASSESSMENT OF SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS

Final Semester Examination will be conducted after the completion of 90 working days. The Internal and External marks of the Examination are assessed and grading is done according to the Srinivas University Norms as follows.

Credit Ranges and Grading System as per Srinivas University Norms

  • M.A in Education Degree is a 80 Credits Programme.
  • Per Semester 20 Credits

Performance of the students is evaluated continuously and also by means of Semester End Examination, Practice teaching, Project work, viva-voce and other method of testing as approved by the university.

Grading System

Level Out standing Excellent Very good Good Above Average Average Poor Fail
Letter Grade O S A B C D E F
Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 0
Score (100Marks) Range (%) >90 < 90 <80>70 <70>65 <65>60 <60>55 <55>50 <50
Score (50 Marks) Range (%) >45 <45>40 <40>35 <35>32 <32>30 <30>27 <27>25 <25

Percentage equivalence of cumulative Grade point Average (CGPA) for the 10 point Scale

Grade Points Percentage Marks and Class
8.25 75
7.75 75 First Class with Distinction (FCD)
7.25 65
6.75 60 First Class (FC)
6.25 55
5.75 50second Class (SC)

PWRITTEN EXAMINATION QUESTION PAPER PATTERN

Each theory course question paper will be designed for 2 hours for 50 marks. The questions and allotment of marks are as described below:

Criteria of External Assessment: Final Semester Exams (50 marks)

The question paper contains Part – A, Part – B & Part – C (All are compulsory)

Part – A involves 10 Multiple Choice Questions to be answered. ------------------------- 1 X 10 = 10 marks

Part – B involves 4 Questions to be answered out of 5 choices given. ---------------------4 X 5 = 20 marks

Part – C involves 2 Questions to be answered out of 3 choices given. ---------------- 2 X 20= 20

To pass in each subject a student should score minimum 25 marks out of 50 in semester examination

Criteria of Internal Assessment: (50 marks)

A. Two internal examination of 15 marks each - ---------------------------------------------15 X 2 = 30

B. One Assignment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 X 1 = 10

C. Seminar -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 X 1 = 10

• To pass in each subject a student should score 25 out of 50 marks in the internal assessment

. PASSING CRITERIA FOR SEMESTER END EXAMINATION

  • Each candidate who appears for the Internal, External and Practical Examination shall be declared to have passed only if he or she secures not less than 50% in aggregate in each course.
  • The candidate who has not fulfilled internal assessment completely in each semester will not be eligible to the write the final semester examination.
  • A candidate who fails in one or more courses in the Written Examination shall be permitted to appear again within one week of the commencement of the results by appearing for the makeup Examination conducted by the University.
  • Criteria for booking malpractices, grace marks to the awarded and challenge valuation are followed according to the regulations of Srinivas University manual for conducting Examination.

Fee Structure

(For the Academic Year 2020-21)

S.No Courses Duration Annual Fee Structure
Non-Karnataka Karnataka
1 M.A (Education) 
Eligibility : B.Ed. / OR studied subject of Education at degree level with 50% marks (NRI 15K extra in First Year)
2 Years  (Four  Semesters)  Year I : Rs. 63,000
Year II : Rs. 60,500
Total:  Rs. 1,23,500
Year I : Rs. 63,000
Year II : Rs. 60,500
Total:  Rs. 1,23,500

Note :
(1) University Registration Fee, Eligibility Fee for other State students, Examination Fee, Uniform Fee, Hostel Fee, Industry visit fee, Internship fee, Transportation fee, Sports & games fee, Extra-curricular activity fee, etc., are extra. The course fees mentioned for subsequent years may vary annually up to 6%.
(2) The University Marketing Team will help the admitted students to avail of Education Loans, Scholarships, etc.
(3) The University Placement & Training Team will assist the admitted students to get (a) Earn While Learn, (b) Industry Internship, and (c) Final Job Placement.