Course Details

Working Days

There will be at least two hundred days each year and 100 working days each semester, excluding the period of admission and inclusive of classroom transaction, practicum, field study and conduct of examination. The department / college shall work for a minimum of thirty six hours in a week during which faculty and students concerned with the conduct of the programme shall be available all the time for interaction, dialogue, consultation and mentoring programme.


    B.Ed is a full time course and students shall not take up any employment/course, part time or full time employment during their B.Ed programme. Students found violating this rule shall be removed from the course. In case found post completion of such act, necessary action needs to withdraw the degree.

    Each course shall be taken as unit for the purpose of calculating attendance for theory and practicum. The student shall deemed to have satisfied the requirement of attendance, progress and conduct, if he/she has attended not less than 80% of the total number the working hours for theory courses and with practicum 90% (inclusive of field attachment and internship held up to the end of the semester including lectures, Seminars, Group discussion, Project Work, Practicum, Internship, Tests etc.,) in each semester. The relaxation shall be as per the State Government circulars if any.

Assessment & Evaluation

      A Panel of examiners for B.Ed will be prepared by the Board of Studies in Education. A Board of Examiners will be constituted by the University from the Panel of examiners for B.Ed Course. The Registrar (Evaluation) shall conduct the examination and declare the results.

Internal Assessment

  • Each Course normally, would have two components – the Internal Assessment and the Semester End Examination. The Internal Assessment (IA) marks are based on continuous internal assessment in a continuous mode. The total marks assigned for IA component of the course. For all the courses the spilt of marks for IA and the marks for Semester End Examination are presented in the schematic table present in the course detail table.
  • The purpose of IA is to ensure that there is continuous Internal Assessment throughout the semester. The Internal Assessment in each semester would have components distributed right across a variety of activities.
  • The various components of Internal Assessment Marks in each theory paper normally are as follows:






Session Test

5 Marks

Session Test

5 Marks


Field Assignment

5 Marks

Field Assignment

5 Marks


Grand Total


The first component of assessment is for ten marks. This will be based on session test of two hours in case of theory and submission of field assignment report based on core papers within one month from the date of allotment. (5 mark for Test and 5 marks for field Assignment). This assessment and score process should be completed after completing 50 percentage of syllabus of the course/s and within 45 days of each semester programme.

The second component of assessment is for ten marks. This will be bases on test and seminar. This will be based on session test of two hours in case of theory and preparation and presentation of seminar based on core papers and with duration of one hour. (5 marks for Test and 5 marks for Seminar) This assessment and score process should be completed after completing 50 percentage of syllabus of the course/s and within 45 days of each semester programme.

The Principal of the institute with approval of the staff Council shall notify the time table for session tests on the notice Board. The teacher shall set and evaluate the course paper. The evaluated course marks of all the tests, seminars and filed assignments shall be taken into account for the compilation. The marks list should be notified on the notice Board as feed back to students. The respective Principal of the college shall submit all the records (duly signed by the respective teachers) of internal assessment activities and the marks lists in specified sheets as per the calendar of events provided.

In case the candidate who wishes to appear fir improvements examinations, if any, the marks obtained in the Internal Assessment shall not be revised. There is no improvement in the internal assessment.
In case of students who has failed to attend the tests and seminars and field based activities on a scheduled date of genuine reason, such a candidate may appeal to the academic head and do needful before the end of semester.

The records of all the internal assessment activities shall be maintained for one year and / or till the candidates opportunities to reappear (attempt) are exhausted.The consolidated Internal Assessment marks statement marks statement shall be submitted to the Registrar (Evaluation) at least through proper procedure devised by the University.
Thus the marks for each course shall be continuous assessment and conduct if examinations. 

Continuous assessment                                     10 Marks
Continuous assessment                                     10 Marks
Semester – End – Examination                        80 Marks
Total marks for each course                            100 Marks

            The grade and the grade point earned by the candidate in the subject will be given as per the following table.

Marks (P)

Grade (G)

Grade Point (GP = P x G)

90 – 100


V x 10

80 – 89


V x 9

70 – 79


V x 8

60 – 69


V x 7

50 – 59


V x 6

40 – 49


V x 5

30 – 39


V x 4

0 -29


V x 0

The grade and the grade point earned by the candidate in the subject will be as given above:
Here, P is the percentage of marks secured by a candidate in a course (C1+C2+C3) which is rounded to nearest integer. V is the credit value of course. G is the grade and GP is the grade point.
If G =0 (C)xGP=0 then the course is automatically considered as PENDING.He/She is not said to have failed in the course.
* Overall cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of a candidate after successful completion of the required number of credits (a minimum of 48 credits.) is given by-

Sum of all Grade Points
CGPA = -------------------------------
Total number of credits

Final Grade Point: (FGP) shall be awarded on the basis of CGPA of the candidate.





4 ≤ CGPA < 5


Second Class

5 ≤ CGPA < 6


6 ≤  CGPA < 7


First Class

7 ≤ CGPA < 8


8 ≤ CGPA < 9



9 ≤  CGPA ≤  10


The following formula for the conversion of percentage of marks x total marks secured as given below may be shown on the rear side of the Marks Card.

Total Marks secured = Percentage of Marks x Maximum Marks

**Total marks obtained by a candidate from all the four semesters shall be indicated in the statement of Marks/Marks card.

Issuance of Grade Certificate:

On successful completion of a given program, the University shall issue to the student consolidated marks statement, with details of CGPA score and the actual percentage of aggregate marks secured in all courses of the program on payment of the prescribes fees by the student.

Provision for Appeal:

If a candidate is not satisfied with the evaluation of Internal Assessment activities, he/she can approach the grievance cell with written submission together with all facts, the assignments, and test papers etc, which were evaluated. He / She can do so before the commencement of Semester end Examination. The grievance cell is empowered to revise the marks if the case is genuine and is also empowered to levy penalty as prescribed by the University on the candidate if he/she submission is found to be baseless and unduly motivated. This TERM cell may recommend taking corrective action on an evaluator if he/she found guilty. The decision taken by the grievance cell is final.
For every program there will be one grievance cell. The composition of grievance cell is as follows:

  • The Registrar (Evaluation) / Dean of the concerned faculty as Ex-officio Chairman/ convener
  • One senior faculty member (other than those concerned with the evaluation of the course concerned) drawn for the Department /discipline and or form the sister department / sister discipline.
  • One senior faculty member / subject expert drawn from outside the University department.

Challenge Evaluation:
After declaration of the results of the post graduation, if any candidate wishes to apply for challenge valuation, he/she shall apply to the Registrar (Evaluation) for the said purpose by paying the prescribed fees within 15 days. He can challenge the grade awarded to him/her by submitting an application along with the prescribed fees to the Registrar (Evaluation) through the proper channel. The challenge valuation shall be applicable only for C3 component of Course (theory) only. The candidate has to surrender the grade card if issued earlier to him/her before announcement of the results of the challenge valuation.
After receipt of application for challenge valuation, the Registrar (Evaluation) either personally or through the coordinator appointed for the said purpose, with the approval of the Vice- Chancellor, ask a subject specialist from among the panel of examiners approved already to evaluate the concerned script. The marks awarded in the challenge valuation shall be final.

Provision for improvement:

  • The candidate who has passed in ‘Theory’ (Part A) but has not completed or failed in ‘Practicum’ (Part B) will be permitted at his/her option to carry forward the marks obtained in ‘Theory’ to three subsequent semester examination.
  • The candidate is required to revise his grade in the ‘Practicum’ (Part B) only in areas he / she has not completed or failed. Candidate exercising this option shall be eligible for the grade.
  • A candidate who fails in ‘Theory’ (Part A) and fails in ‘Practicum’ (Part B), will required to put in 50% attendance in the subsequent year at the college from which he appeared for the University Examination and completes the work of ‘Practicum’ (Part B) in which he/ she failed and reappears in the theory course of ‘Theory’ (Part A).
  • The candidate has to complete the B.Ed programme within three years from the date of admission and no extension is permissible as per NCTE norms.

 Pending Course/s:
In case candidate theory course, securing less than 32 percentage points out of 80 percentage points in C3 (i.e., 40% of total marks assigned for C3) secures more than 32 percentage points out of 89 percentage points in C3 but less than 50 percentage points out of 100 percentage points in C1, C2 and C3 put together, the candidate is said to have not completed the course and he/she has to utilize PENDING option. The candidate with pending option shall complete C3 component before the completion of three years from the date of admission by reappearing only for C3 component of that course and he/she carries the same marks awarded in C1 and C2. The candidate has to earn at least 50% of the total credits (courses) specified for First and Second Semester of the programme in order to proceed to the Third Semester.
The tentative / provisional grade card will be issued by the Registrar (Evaluation) at the end of even Semester indicating the courses completed successfully.

Improvement of Results:
Programme grades improvement is limited to theory alone. For programme grade improvement in theory, candidates have to appear for the concerned examinations with the regular schedule. Higher marks of the two i.e., mark before betterment and after betterment whichever is higher will be considered.

Reappearing for Assessment:
There will be no Supplementary Examination. Failed candidates have to write/ appear for the paper/papers for which they have failed with the regular candidates. On securing the separate minimum in those paper/papers the candidates will be declared to have passed the examination provided he/she secures an aggregate of 50% Three chances will be given for reappearance as long as the same scheme exists (Excluding the first appearance)
In under any circumstances, a candidate fails in Teaching Practice / School Internship, he / she shall be permitted to repeat the same after the completion of the course with special permission from the University as long as the same scheme exists. It will be considered as a Second appearance in all respects.

Discard policy of Answer Sheets:
Such of the answer scripts of tests, assignments etc., relating to component I and II the valued shall be maintained in the College / Institution / Head of the Institution till completion of the one year duration and the commencement of the ensuing semester end examination and there after these valuated scripts of tests, assignments etc., be discarded immediately by the concerned Principal/ Head of the Institution.
The answer scripts of C3 examination conducted by the University be maintained by the Registrar (Evaluation) for a period of one year duration after announcement of the results and no complaints what sp ‘ever about the marks awarded to courses relating to these scripts be entertained.

Repeal and Saving Clause
Not withstanding anything contained in NCTE regulations, in these Regulations for the Provision of any Guidelines, Order, Rules or Regulations in force shall be in applicable to the extent of their in consistency with these regulations.
The University shall issue such orders, instructions etc and prescribe such format, procedure etc, as it may deem fit to implement the Provisions of these Regulations. If any difficulty arises in the implementation of these regulations the Vice Chancellor shall, in consultation with the Dean the competent authority to issue necessary clarification and at the earliest possible thereafter report the action taken by him to Academic Council for ratification. If Karnataka State
Open University, Mysuru face any difficulties in implementing this regulation in to, suitable guidelines may be framed thereafter report the action taken to the Council.



Candidates seeking admission to the B.Ed Programme should be as prescribed by NCTE and UGC and State Government as listed below:
i) Candidates with at least fifty percent marks either Bachelor’s Degree and/or the Master’s Degreein Science/Social Science/Humanity, Bachelors in Engineering or Technology with specialization in science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent there to are eligible for admission to the programme.

    (Candidates with at least 50% marks in B.A, B.Sc, B.Com., B.B.M., B.Tech,.,B.E, M.A, M.Sc., M.Com., M.B.A, M.Tech are eligible for the B.Ed admission) SC/ST/OBC/PWD/371(J) and any other categories/type shall be as per the rules of the Central Government/ State Government whichever is applicable.

ii) The Candidate should specify whether he/she desires to be a
  • a) Teacher for 6-8 and 9-10 Standard eligibility (One who are Completed only Bachelor Degree) or
  • b) Teacher for 8-10 and 11-12 standard eligibility (Only for PG Qualified)

Admission Procedure

Admission for the GOVERNAMENT SEATS

    The Central Admission Cell of the state under the Commissioner of Public Instruction shall monitor the admission to the Government seat Quota. We were following the regulations of NCTE, Central Government/ State Governments¸ as well as Adi chuchnagiri University, while giving admission to the candidates who comes for admission under government quota through CAC.

Admission for the GOVERNAMENT SEAT

    Admission given for the Management seats shall be based on Merit, based on marks obtained in the qualifying examination.
    Note: - We were following the directions from STEM and TERM Cell for the admission of both Merit and Management quota seats.
    • STEP-1 College will prepare Provisional approval list of the admitted candidates and declares it on the College website
    • STEP-2 After the last date of admission Final list of seats admitted is forwarded to the Adichunchanagiri University by the College.
    • STEP-3 Approval of admission by Adichunchanagiri University and notification of admission of each college with eligibility numbers will be displayed on the website
    • STEP-4 The list of the admitted candidates endorsed by the Adichuchanagiri University be submitted to the STEM Board and shall take necessary monitoring accordance to the admission eligibility and state policy.


Candidates should produce the following Original documents of the followings, along with 2 sets of Photocopy of the same and 4 passport size and 4 stamp size photos at the time of admission at the College.
    S.S.L.C or Equivalent Marks card
    P.U.C Equivalent Marks Card
    Three Years Degree Marks card Or Two Years P.G Marks card
    Degree or Master Degree Convocation Certificate
    Transfer Certificate (T.C)
    Migration Certificate (for Other University Candidates)
    SC/ST/CAT-I/PWD/OBC Certificate (if necessary)
    Kannada Medium Certificate (if necessary)

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