Welcome to KC Education College

Teaching is a skilled job. In order to develop some insight in the basic skills involved in teaching, the model lessons are delivered by the respective subject teachers in the actual class room situations. Education has always been important to any democratic country but, perhaps never more so in man's history than today. In a world based on science and technology, it is education that determines the level of prosperity, welfare and security of people and serves as a powerful instrument of social, economic and cultural transformation necessary for the realization of the national goals. Certainly, on the quality and number of students coming out of our educational institutions will depend our success in the great enterprise of national reconstruction whose principal objective is to relate education to the life, needs and aspirations of our people and thereby raise the standard of their living.

It was with this objective that the KC Social Welfare Trust was founded in 1999. Great men such as Sh. Khushal Chand are rarely born and are always remembered. Hence, to immortalize the memory of Sh. Khushal Chand, reverent father of Sh. Prem Gandhi, Chairman of the trust, the trust is dedicated to Sh. Khushal Chand and is named after him.


Courses - Broad Categories of Subject Combinations

 

(a) B.Sc. (Medical) :

  1. Science-Language
  2. Science-Life Science
  3. Life Science-Language
  4. Life Science-Physical Science
  5. Science-Physical Science
  6. Physical Science-Language

 

(b) B.Sc. (Non-Medical) :

  1. Science-Language
  2. Science-Maths
  3. Physical Science-Language
  4. Physical Science-Maths
  5. Physical Science-Science
  6. Science-Computer Edu
  7. Physical Science-Computer Edu
  8. Math-Language
  9. Computer-Language
  10. Computer Edu-Math *

 

(c) B.Sc. (Home Science) :

  1. Home Science-Language
  2. Home Science-Science

 

(d) Commerce graduate (B.Com/B.B.A.) :

  1. Commerce-Economics
  2. Commerce-Language

 

(e) B.C.A./B.Sc.-I.T. Graduate :

  1. Computer Edu-Language
  2. Computer Edu-Math

(f) Arts graduates (B.A.):

  1. St.-Language
  2. Economics-Language
  3. Economics-Math
  4. Math- Language
  5. History- Language
  6. Geography- Language
  7. Political Science-Language
  8. Music-Language
  9. Fine Arts-Language
  10. St.-Physical Education
  11. Physical Education-Language
  12. Physical Education-History
  13. Physical Education-Political Science
  14. Physical Edu-Geography
  15. Sociology-Language
  16. Computer-Language
  17. Home Science-Language
  18. Public Admin-Language
  19. Agriculture-Language
  20. Computer Edu-Math *

 

(g) B.A. Honors (Language)

  1. English-Minor (Possible & Available in college)
  2. Hindi- Minor (Possible & Available in college)
  3. Punjabi- Minor (Possible & Available in college)
  4. Sanskrit- Minor (Possible & Available in college)
  5. Language (Major)-Language(Minor)

 

(h) B.E., B.Tech.

  1. Math-Language
  2. Science-Language
  3. Computer-Language
  4. Science-Maths
  5. Computer-Maths
  6. Science-Computer

 

List of Subject Combination Available in College

  1. Science-Language
  2. Science-Maths
  3. Math-Language
  4. Computer-Language
  5. Computer -Math
  6. Commerce-Economics
  7. Commerce-Language
  8. St.-Language
  9. Economics-Language
  10. Economics-Math
  11. Political Science-Language
  12. Physical Education-Language


Approval Letter of NCTE for Education College
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Principal

Mrs. Kuljinder Kaur, PRINCIPAL

Message from Principal

Education enables people to acquire a greater control over their destiny. Words empower man to express his feelings and ideas. The economy of the nation mainly depends upon the educated and skilled workforce. Globalization leads us towards wisdom and strategies. The world has entered into an information age. Information age is marked by information explosion. K.C. College of Education produces teachers of analytical mind, creative thinking and problem solving skills needed in today’s global economy. Knowledge workers are the steering holders of this knowledge era. K.C. College of Education is area wise a good college in the community of teacher educators with dedication, vigorous and sustained efforts invested by the community of scholars and academics.

The broad goal of the college is to ensure alround excellence and efficiency in teacher education. The college with it progressive outlook, dynamic leadership and immense goodwill from Parents, alumni and well wishers has grown into an important Centre for Teacher Education. It has developed good infrastructure facilities offers relevant academic programs for achieving Degree of Bachelor of Education. The college has earned recognition from NAAC with B Grade for its academic and administrative performance, Regular Principal, NET Qualified Permanent Staff, quality Reference books, conductive Research culture, good student support system and efficient governance and administrative system are special features of this college.

Curriculum

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) (Two Years) (Semester System)

SCHEME OF STUDY

Sem - I

Sem - II

Sem - III

Sem – IV

Paper Code

Title

Paper Code

Title

Paper Code

Title

Paper Code

Title

P I

Understanding the Learner & Learning Environment

P - IV

Understanding & Learning Process

CP – (SI) & CP – II (SI)

· School Internship Pedagogy of School Subject – I (PS I)

· Pedagogy of School Subject – II (PS II)

P- VI

Gender, School & Society

P II

Contemporary India & Edu.

CP IV

Assessment for Learning

FE - III

Field Engagements with Community and CP (NSS, Community Services etc.)

P- VII

Foundation of Curriculum Development

P III

Education & Development

P V

Educational Technology & ICT

P- VIII

Inclusive Education

CP I (A)

Pedagogy of a School Subject I (PS-I) Part A

Punjabi, Hindi, English, S.St, Pol. Sci., Eco, Comm, Math, Comp. Sci., Sci,

CP I (B)

Pedagogy of a School Subject I (PS-I) Part B

Punjabi, Hindi, English, S.St, Pol. Sci., Eco, Comm, Math, Comp. Sci., Sci,

P- IX

School Management

CP II (A)

Pedagogy of a School Subject II (PS-II) Part A

Punjabi, Hindi, English, S.St, Pol. Sci., Eco, Comm, Math, Comp. Sci., Sci,

CP II (B)

Pedagogy of a School Subject II (PS-II) Part B

Punjabi, Hindi, English, S.St, Pol. Sci., Eco, Comm, Math, Comp. Sci., Sci,

CP - V

Optional Courses (Opt any One)

CP III

Language Proficiency & Communication

EPC – II

Drama & Art in Edu.

(i)

Vocational & Work Education

EPC – I

Reading & Reflecting on Texts

FE - II

Field Engagement for Perspective Papers

(ii)

Health & Physical Education

FE I

Field Engagement with School (1 Week)

(iii)

Peace and Value Education

(iv)

Guidance & Counseling

EPC – III

Enriching Learning Through ICT

EPC – IV

Understanding the Self

Faculty

Teaching


Download File : Staff detail for University

Detail list of College Staff

Detail list of College Staff

S. No

Name

Qualification

Experience

Scale

Photograph

1

Ms. Kuljinder Kaur

Offg. Principal

B.Ed

M.Sc.

M.Ed.

(NET)

(Edu.)

Pursuing

PH.D

11 Years

8 Months

15600 -6000 -39100

2

Ms. Rama Rani

Assist. Prof

B.Ed

M.Sc.

M.Ed.

M.Phil (Math)

(NET)

(Edu.)

CTET

9 Years

6 Months

15600 -6000 -39100

3

Ms.Ruchika

Assist. Prof

B.Ed

M.A

M.Ed.

(NET)

(Edu.)

6Years

15600 -6000 -39100

4

Ms. Novjeet Saini Assist. Prof

B.Ed

M.Com

M.Ed.

NET (Edu)

4 Years

6 Month

15600 -6000 -39100

5

Ms. Monica

Assist. Prof

B.Ed

M.Ed.

M.A (Hindi)

5Years

5 Months

15600 -6000 -39100

6

Ms.Amanpreet kaur

Assist. Prof

B.Ed

M.Ed.

M.A (Pbi,PolSci. History)

2Years

5 Months

15600 -6000 -39100

7

Ms Lovejeet kaur

Assist. Prof

B.Ed P.G.D.C.A,

M.Sc (I.T) M.A(Pbi)

6Years

7Months

15600 -6000 -39100

8

Ms.Sharanjit kaur

B.Ed

M.A

1 Year

9

Mr.Simran

B.A (Music)

1 Year

10

Ms.Manisha Phy. Inst.

BPE

M.P.ed

D.P.ed

5Years 6 Months

11


Mr. Manjit Kumar

BA

B. Ed

Diploma of Computer

4 Years

5 Month

10300-34800+3200

12

Mr.Sanket Paswan

B.scBLis

17 Month

List of Left/ Joined Faculty Members:

S.No

Name

Designations

Left/join

Date

1

Dr. Rekha

Offg. Principal

Left

Oct2014

2

Ms. Sapna

Assist. Prof

Left

30-05-15

3

Mr. Harinder

Assist. Prof

Left

05-12-14

4

Ms. Neeru Tripathi

Librarian

Left

07-09-16

5

Ms.Neha

Assist. Prof

Left

07-09-16

6

Ms Richa Mariya

Assist. Prof

Left

07-01-17

Infrastructure

In House institution for Practice Teaching( K C Public School).Student teaching in K.C Public School is viewed as an integral part of teacher education program and regarded a joint responsibility of KC College of Education and K.C Public School. The objective of student teaching in K.C Public School is to orient the student teachers to the entire school situation, initiate them to actual teaching and enable them to do continuous teaching for a specified period under actual school conditions. The school expects that the existing student teaching should become a comprehensive internship in which student teachers are able to observe the entire work of the school and participate actively in all the important professional activities of a teacher both inside and outside of the classroom. As a result of this approach student teachers have opportunities to observe good teaching and become familiar with the school program as a whole. They know the kind of service provided in the school library, the science laboratories and on the playground and the role played by the teacher s of different subjects. They become acquainted with the school assembly program and the co-curricular activities in the school. Thus, K.C Public School, a premier institution of KC Group of Institutions serves as a most cooperating practicing school.

College Library: The college has a well-stocked library with latest books, journals and periodicals and newspapers.

College Magazine: The college magazine is published every year in English, Punjabi and Hindi.

Psychology Lab, Computer Lab & Science Lab: All are well furnished and well equipped.

Audio-Visual Aids: The college has sufficient supply of teaching aids which are used by the students and teachers during teaching practice.

College Building: A state-of-the-art building with excellent physical infrastructure and vast play grounds and lush green lawns is located in a most congenial and conducive environment for studies.

Model

Model and Discussion Lessons Program:

Teaching is a skilled job. In order to develop some insight in the basic skills involved in teaching, the model lessons are delivered by the respective subject teachers in the actual class room situations.


Teaching Practice:

The teaching practice of six weeks duration is split up in two spells first four weeks practice in the month of October/November and second two weeks in the month of April. All lessons are supervised by the concerned teachers. Comments are entered in the lesson note books and feed back are given to the students. Teaching practice is an important segment of B.Ed. course. After the model lessons, students are sent to different schools in groups to practice the skill in teaching in actual class room and school environment. Residential contiguity of the students is taken into consideration while allotting the schools. The change of school is not allowed unless the principal and the incharge of practice are convinced. The students are directed to abide by the rules and regulations set by the principal of the respective school. Each group of students is associated with a teacher in charge for necessary guidance.


Discussion Lessons:

Each student is required to deliver four composite discussion lessons in two teaching subjects offered by his/her in B.Ed course. A student is assessed in each teaching subject by the subject teacher and the coordinator. The students are also required to deliver two micro discussion lessons one in each teaching subject.


Long Teaching Practice:

The students will go to the same schools allotted previously for block teaching practice till the final skill in teaching examinations. Students are required to keep record of the lessons delivered during the teaching practice and get their lesson plans signed by the teacher in-charge regularly. At the end of the teaching practice completion certificate has to be obtained from the head of institution of having delivered 60 lessons (25 composite lessons and 5 micro lessons for each teaching subject) and 40 observations (15 composite and 5 micro in each subject).

B.Ed

Ordinances for B.Ed by GNDU (Amritsar)

Applicability of Regulation for the time being in force notwithstanding the integrated nature of a course spread over one academic year, the regulations in force at the time a student joins the course shall hold good only for the examination held during or at the end of the academic year. Nothing in these regulations shall be deemed to debar the University from amending the regulations subsequently and the amended regulation, if any, shall apply to all students whether old or new.


Duration of Course & Schedule of Examination

  • The duration of the course of the degree of bachelor of Education (B.Ed) shall be two year (syster system).
  • A supplementary examination shall be held ordinarily in the month of September on such dates and such place or places as may be fixed by vice- Chancellor.
  • The schedule of dates fixed for various Examinations shall be notified by the Registrar to the Principals of all the affiliated Colleges as well as by publication in at least one daily newspaper in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu Language.

Eligibility

a i) **Candidates with at least 50 % marks either in the Bachelor's Degree and/or in the Master's degree or any other qualification declared equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the programme. Any candidate with 49.99% or less marks would not be eligible.
ii) **The reservation for SC/ST/OBC and other categories shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/State Government, whichever is applicable. There shall be a relaxation of 5 % marks in favour of SC/ST/OBC and other categories of candidates. Candidate with 44.99% marks or less would not be eligible.

**Added vide Para 3.2 of Appendix IV of N.C.T.E. Notification No. F-51F1/2007-N.C.T.E (N&S) dated 27-11-2007.

Provided that such minimum qualifying marks shall not automatically entitle a candidate to get admission in an institution but only entitle the candidate concerned to fulfill other institutional criteria notified by the institution concerned or by the Government concerned from time to tome to apply for admission.

b) Candidate must have studied the major subject of the subject combination for at least two years at Bachelor's level/Master's level. Honours students shall opt for major subject in which they have obtained Honours the minor subject should have been studied at least for one year.

c)Candidates, who have appeared for the qualifying examination / Compartment cases, if their results are declared before closing date of registration, shall be considered.

d)In case of students who have done Honors' in languages such as Hindi, Punjabi and English, the major subject will be language. Such candidates would be allotted minor subject by the college on the basis of other subject option/ s permissible to the candidate by the respective university and availability of the same in the respective colleges.


Fees :-

According to the Schedule, every candidate shall pay such fees to the University as the Syndicate may prescribe from time to time.

Salient Features

Morning Assembly:- Once a week, the staff and the students sit together where students and teachers get opportunities to deliberate on various dimensions of education, religion, culture and morality.

Seminars and Tutorials:- Weekly seminars and tutorial group meetings are organized for informal discussions on disciplines related to the curriculum.

Extension Lectures:- Noted educationists, scholars and teachers are invited to address the students and teachers on a variety of educational problems.

Sports and Physical Activities:- Different sports and physical activities are organized including Annual Sports Day.

Educational Tours and Trips:- The college arranges short trips/tours/one-day picnics to various places of historical and cultural interests.

NSS:- An NSS unit will be introduced during the current session.

Activity Calendar:- All curricular and co-curricular activities are governed by the activity calendar.

Co-Curricular activities:- For the all round development of the personality of the students the college organizes a variety of activities in addition to encouraging the students to participate in the youth festival organized by G.N.D.U, Amritsar.

Faculty:- Highly qualified, motivated and competent teachers committed to provide quality education to students and to develop their talents and skills to the fullest form.

Teaching Learning Transactions:- In order to make instructions effective the following steps are taken:
a. A synopsis of pedagogical theory written on the black board and followed by discussion
b. Latest references provided after the discussion for further reading
c. Self-learning encouraged
d. Objective based instructions and evaluation
e. Inter-disciplinary approach in teaching
f. Creative assignments
g. Individual guidance in tutorials

Competence Based Student Teaching:- Student teaching is conceived as a kind of internship training during which period the student teachers will be able to put into practice the pedagogical knowledge that is developed in them to successfully carrying out the professional tasks that are expected of them as teachers.

K.C.Public School:- A most Co-operating practicing school:- Student teaching in K.C Public School is viewed as an integral part of teacher education program and regarded a joint responsibility of KC College of Education and K.C Public School. The objective of student teaching in K.C Public School is to orient the student teachers to the entire school situation, initiate them to actual teaching and enable them to do continuous teaching for a specified period under actual school conditions. The School expects that the existing student teaching should become a comprehensive internship in which student teachers are able to observe the entire work of the school and participate actively in all the important professional activities of a teacher both inside and outside of the classroom. As a result of this approach student teacher have opportunities to observe good teaching and become familiar with the school program as a whole. They will come to know the kind of services provided in the school library, the science laboratories and in the playground and the role played by the teachers of different subjects. They will become acquainted with the school assembly program and the co-curricular activities in the school. Thus, K.C Public School, a premier institution of KC Group of Institutions serves as a most co-operating practicing school.

College Library:- The college has a well-stocked library with latest books, journals, periodicals and newspapers.

College Magazine:- The college magazine ‘SRIJAN’ is published every year with articles in English, Punjabi and Hindi languages.

Audio-Visual Aids:- The college has a sufficient stock of teaching aids which are used by the students and teachers during teaching practice.

Psychology Lab, Computer Lab, Science Lab & Language Lab:- All are well furnished and well equipped.

Art Room:- The art room is furnished with specially designed furniture.

Multipurpose Hall:- All curricular and co-curricular activities are organized in the well furnished multipurpose hall of the college.

Hostels:- Separate hostels well furnished with modern-day facilities are available for boys and girls.

College Building:- A state-of-the-art building with excellent Hitech infrastructure and vast play grounds and lush green lawns is located in a most congenial and conducive environment for studies.

Bus Pass & Train Pass Facilities:- Both bus pass and train pass facilities are available.

Rules

General Instructions :
• The Principal has got the unfettered discretion to make changes in the rules and regulations at any time.
• All college and hostel dues and securities will be realized at the time of admission. University/Govt. dues will be realized at the time of registration and issuing University Roll No’s. Fines will be realized at the end of the session.
• Condones of shortage of lecturers is Principal’s discretion and not a student’s right.

College Rules:
The college rules and regulations given below are to be strictly adhered to:

• At any time during the course of training the Principal may at his discretion remove the name of a student from the college rolls if the student has failed to make progress in studies or has been found guilty of misconduct.
• A student who wishes to withdraw from the college must do so formally in writing and his/ her application should be counter signed by his/her Father/ Guardian.
• Participation in curricular, co-curricular activities, games and community work is compulsory for all the students. Defaulters will be fined Rs.10/- per day.
• No student is allowed to accept any kind of employment during the course of training.
• Rules regarding discipline, payment of fees, grant of leave and use of library must be strictly observed.
• The Principal has the power and discretion to impose or remit fine.
• During the training period no student shall attend or take part in any anti government, anti college or other political/subversive activity.
• Political and unauthorized meetings, demonstrations of all kinds and sale or organized distribution of books, pamphlets, posters in the college premises etc. are strictly prohibited.
• Misconduct shall be severely dealt with and may result in rustication or expulsion. A student may be called upon to withdraw from the college if in Principal's opinion his/ her continued stay is not conductive to his/her well-being and detrimental to the interest of the college.
• All breaches of college discipline and long absence without leave shall be punishable to the extent of expulsion.
• Every student is required to keep with him/her, identity card available from the college library and show the same on demand.
• Since college work is regulated mostly through notices put on notice board, students must look up the notice board at least twice, once at the commencement of the day and later before their departure from the college. Ignorance about a notice shall not be entertained as an excuse for its non- compliance.
• Students must not crowd at the entrance of the classrooms

Library Rules

The College offers well-equipped library and spacious reading room. The students are expected to make maximum use of library. Each bonafide student is a member of college library.

  1. The students are expected to observe perfect silence in the library and not disturb others in any way.
  2. Non-transferable library –cum-identity cards are issued to all the students and books can be got issued only on these cards. Students are required to get identity cards within fortnight after paying their dues of admission. Two copies of their passport size photographs should be handed over to librarian. Loss of the card should be immediately reported to the librarian who will issue a duplicate card on payment of Rs.100 only.
  3. The number of books which can be borrowed at a time is 2.
  4. Books reserved for the staff members, reference books, textbooks and current periodicals shall not be issued except for consultation within the library premises.
  5. The library books may be retained by the students for a period of 7 days after which they must be returned or get re-issued, the latter depending on the discretion of the librarian. A fine of Rs. 1 per volume per day is charged for the books for more than two weeks after the day of issue.
  6. Books borrowed from the library must be returned to the librarian and no account be passed on to others.
  7. Leave from the college does not imply non-return of the books. The book may be returned to the library by post under registered cover, if necessary.
  8. Students responsibility will not be over until the books are shown as returned on the library card. Students are advised to be very careful in getting the signatures of the librarian on their cards while returning books.
  9. If the book at time of returning to library is found defaced or damaged in any way the last borrower will be required to pay its price as damage.
  10. Borrowers shall return all the books to the library at the time of Annual Stock Taking.
  11. All the books along with the borrower’s card must be returned to the library before the Roll Numbers for the Annual Examination are issued to the students.
  12. The library is for the use of all. If any body is found guilty of removing any book, magazine or a portion of it from the library, he/she will be severely dealt with.

Campus Locations

NAWANSHAHR, Punjab 144514


UNA, Himachal Pradesh


GARHSHANKAR, Punjab


Phone:01823-503836, 504200

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