New Alipore College Estd : August 1963. Affiliated to University of Calcutta
NAAC Re-accredited with "B+" grade (2016)

Department of Education

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SANJUKTA GHOSH

ASSISTANT Professor & HOD, Education

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Koushik Das

Guest Lecturer, Education

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SANGITA SAHA

Guest Lecturer, Education

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Shrabanti Manna

Guest Lecturer, Education

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Utpal Sarkar

Guest Lecturer, Education

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Amir Hossain

Guest Lecturer, Education

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About
BA(Education)

Education is a multidisplinary subject and the only subject that gives a holistic idea about the entire education system ranging from child education to other forms of education including tertiary education and beyond. Education plays an instrumental role for the proper psychological and physical development of an individual. Education as a subject in schools and colleges becomes imperative to include the qualities which the subject is endowed with.


The department of Education of New Alipore College began its journey in the year 2003 with pass course. The results of the students of the department in the university examination were remarkably satisfactory for several years since inception. On the basis of this achievement the department made an attempt to upgrade itself to the Honours course. The attempt was made successfully with the active co-operation of our then Principal sir Dr. S.K Das. Thus the Honours course was started in the department in 2007 with two CWTT. That the department was able to upgrade itself in a decade speaks volumes for the teachers of the department as well as the students. Now the department has one full time teacher and six guest lecturer working to manage the teaching load. The present faculty is competent in handling the entire course efficiently which is proved by the performance of the students. The department maintains good and harmonious student-teacher relationship.

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Programme

B.A. Honours in Education (EDCH)

Choice Based Credit System

 

 

In the 3 years B.A. Honours in Education there will be 6 Semesters. The curriculum consists of 14 Core Courses (CC), 2 Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC), 2 Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC) and 4 Discipline Specific Elective (DSE) courses and 4 Generic Elective (GE) Courses. Each course is of 100 Marks.

 

TH stands for Theory Hour, TU for Tutorial Hour and P for Practical Hour

 

Semester 1 = 400 Marks (20 Credit)

Semester 2 = 400 Marks (20 Credit)

Semester 3 = 500 Marks (26 Credit)

Semester 4 = 500 Marks (26 Credit)

Semester 5 = 400 Marks (24 Credit)

Semester 6 = 400 Marks (24 Credit)

Total: 2600 Marks (140 Credits)

 

Distribution of marks:- (Out of 100

 

Attendance                   = 10 Marks

Internal Assessment     = 10 Marks

Tutorial                         = 15 Marks

Subjective Exam            = 65 Marks

Total                             = 100 Marks

 

Semester wise Courses

 

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

Core Courses (CC)

2

2

3

3

2

2

 

Elective Courses

Generic

Elective (GE)

1

1

1

1

 

 

Discipline

Elective

 

 

 

 

2

2

 

Ability Enhancement

Language /

Environment

1

1

 

 

 

 

Skill Based

Electives

 

 

1

1

 

 

Total Credit

20

20

26

26

24

24


Core Courses (CC):- 14 for Honours Course.

 

Discipline Specific Elective (DSE):- 4 for Honours Courses. Elective Courses offered under the main Discipline/Subject of study is referred to as Discipline Specific Elective. The list provided under this category is suggestive in nature and each University has complete freedom to suggest their own papers under this category.

 

Generic Elective (GE): 4 for Honours courses. An elective course chosen from an unrelated Discipline/Subject.

 

Ability Enhancement Courses (AEC):- It may be of two kinds.

  • Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC)
  • Skill Enhancement Courses (SEC)

AECC courses are the courses based upon the content that leads to knowledge enhancement.

  1. Environmental Studies and
  2. Communicative English/Hindi/MIL (These are mandatory for all Disciplines)

 

SEC courses are value based and/or skill based. 2 for Honours Course.

 

Tutorial:- Topics are to be selected within the particular paper.

 

SEMESTER – 1

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC - 1

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC - 2

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Elective - Generic

GE - 1

6

100

 

AECC

AECC - 1

2

100

 

 

20

400

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credit

SEMESTER – 2

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC – 3

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC - 4

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Elective - Generic

GE – 2

6

100

 

AECC

AECC - 2

2

100

 

 

20

400

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credit

SEMESTER – 3

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC – 5

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC - 6

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC - 7

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Elective - Generic

GE – 3

6

100

 

Skill Enhancement

SEC – A

2

100

2 – 0 – 0

 

26

500

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credit

SEMESTER – 4

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC – 8

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC – 9

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC – 10

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Elective - Generic

GE – 4

6

100

 

Skill Enhancement

SEC – B

2

100

2 – 0 – 0

 

26

500

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credit

 

SEMESTER – 5

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC – 11

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Core Course

CC – 12

6

100

4 – 0 – 2

Discipline Specific Elective

DSE – A

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

DSE – B

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

 

24

400

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credit

SEMESTER – 6

 

Course Code

Course Type

Credit

Marks

TH – TU - P

Core Course

CC – 13

6

100

4 – 0 – 2

Core Course

CC – 14

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

Discipline Specific Elective

DSE – A

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

DSE – B

6

100

5 – 1 – 0

 

24

400

 

1 credit = 1 hour class; Per week = 6 hours/6 credi

 

Course Title:-

 

 

Semester - 1

CC – 1 = Introduction to Education

CC – 2 = History of Indian Education

 

 

Semester - 2

CC – 3 = Psychological Foundation of Education

CC – 4 = Philosophical Foundation of Education

 

 

 

Semester - 3

CC – 5 = Sociological Foundation of Education

CC – 6 = Educational Organization, Management and Planning

CC – 7 = Guidance and Counselling

 

 

 

Semester - 4

CC – 8 = Technology in Education

CC – 9 = Curriculum Studies

CC – 10 = Inclusive Education

 

 

Semester - 5

CC – 11 = Measurement and Evaluation in Education

CC – 12 = Statistics in Education

 

 

Semester - 6

CC – 13 = Psychology of Adjustment

CC – 14 = Basic Concept of Educational Research

 

Semester - 3

SEC – A = Communication Skills /Skill for Democratic Citizenship

 

Semester - 4

SEC – B = Teaching Skill / Life Skill Education

 

Semester - 1

AECC – 1 = English/Hindi/MIL

Semester - 2

AECC – 2 = Environmental Studies


DSE – A        Any one from the following     (For 5th Semester)

  • Peace and Value Education
  • Educational Thought of Great Educators

 

DSE – A      Any one from the following    (For 6th Semester)

  • Gender and Society
  • Population Education

 

DSE – B    Any one from the following        (For 5th Semester)

  • Teacher Education
  • Open and Distance Learning

 

DSE – B      Any one from the following    (For 6th Semester)

  • Human Rights Education
  • Women Education

 

Research

All faculty members are attending and presenting papers in seminar, workshops at national and international level on regular basis.

Project

Facilities

1.     Separate classroom for Honours students and General students

2.     Department has separate computer with internet facility and Printing facility.

3.     Digitized library with reading room along with computer.

4.     College has conference room which is availed by the department while organizing any departmental seminars, workshops and others departmental activities.

5.     Department maintain departmental activities calendar.

Activities

SPECIAL LECTURE:

Date

Title

Speakers

28.1.2018

Rabindranath o vivekanander dristivongity manobatabad

  • Professor Swagata Ghosh, Dept of Philosophy, North Bengal University
  • Chandrani Acharya, Kuntali B.R Ambedkar College

06.3.2019

Anxity :an overview

  • Dr. Shuvasree Roy Choudhury, Dept of Education, Baneswar Sarathibala Mhavidalaya
  • Rupnar Dutta, Department of Education, North Bengal University

24.9.2019

Depression and suicidal tendency of the adolescents

  • Megha Rathi, clinical psychologist and Guest Lecturer of Calcutta University, Department of Applied Psychology.
  • Aratrika Lahiri, Department of Psychology, West Bengal State University.

Field Work and Visits

  • Educational tour to Purulia from 27.11.2017 – 30.11.2017, by the students of the session 2016-2018.
  • Educational tour to Bishnupur from 28.5.2019-29.5.2019, by the students of the session 2018-2020.
  • Visit Indian Institute of Mother and Child Welfare on 14th November 2018.
  • Visit Bidhan Sava in 2018.
  • Visit National library in 2019.
  • Visit ‘The Refuge” on 14th November 2019.
  • Visit ‘Nari o yuva kalyan kendra’ on 8th September 2019.

 

Co-curricular and Extra- curricular activities in the Department

 

  • Celebration of World Disability Day
  • Celebration of World literacy Day
  • Monitorial system
  • Departmental wall Magazine (locus of Wisdom)
  • Departmental Newsletter

 

Achievements

Students of the department have won seven 1st prizes and other prizes in different events in spots.

The department has participated in the drama competition in AVENSIS,2019.

Contact Us

Email:- naceducationdept@gmail.com