Faculty of Education University of Delhi M.Ed Admission 2013
M.Ed (Bachelor of Education)
Eligibility: B.Ed (refer to prospectus)
Refer to the prospectus (available at www.cie.du.ac.in) for submission of application forms institutions offering each programme and other details
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
1. Programme Structure
The Master of Education programme is offered as a full time and a part time programme.
Full-time - Duration: One academic year
Part-time - Duration: Two academic years which are divided in two parts.
Part I : Papers 1, 2 & 3
Part II : Papers 4 & 5 and Long Essay/Dissertation.
2. Courses of Study
(a) Compulsory Courses
Paper 1. Philosophical and Sociological Perspectives on Education
Paper 2. Advanced Educational Psychology
Paper 3. Techniques of Research in Education and Educational Statistics
(b) Optional Courses
Paper 4 & 5: Any two of the optional papers may be offered by the students.
Note: It is not necessary that all the optional papers will be offered in a particular year. The number of options available will be dependent on the availability of faculty members teaching the optional papers.
3. Dissertation/Long Essay
The Dissertation/Long essay is a compulsory component of the M.Ed. Programme. It aims at providing students with an academic space to explore study and reflect upon a chosen theme in Education. The theme is usually related to any of the courses which the student is studying. The identified theme is then consolidated into a research proposal and pursued by the student throughout the academic year.
4. Programme Transaction
The M.Ed. Programme involves lectures, discussions, practicum, sessional tasks and seminars.
The working hours are from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (Monday to Saturday). All M.Ed students are expected to remain at the CIE during these hours. For the M.Ed. (Part time) programme the timings are from 4.00 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday).
6. Medium of Instruction and Examination
The medium of instruction for M.Ed. teaching is English. The medium of examination can be either English or Hindi depending upon the student’s choice. However, the medium of instruction chosen by a student cannot be changed from one paper to another; it should be the same for the entire examination including the dissertation.
Students are expected to attend classes and other institutional activities regularly. Under unavoidable circumstances prior permission for leave, which is essential, may be granted. Leave applications should be addressed to the Head of the Department after the same have been recommended by the coordinator of the M.Ed. Programme. Evidence of satisfactory progress on a regular basis in dissertation work is an essential requirement, in the absence of which, the M.Ed Committee is empowered to take appropriate action.
8. Hostel Accommodation
CIE has a small dormitory - type hostel providing residence and boarding for students. The application for a seat in the hostel is to be submitted immediately after admission, if needed.
Online Availability of Forms: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Online Submission Last date: Monday, May 27, 2013
Display of list for Entrance Test: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Online display of list of Candidates June 6, 2013
called for Written test
Written Test: June 9, 2013
Online Display of List of Candidates Called for Interview June 26, 2013 Wednesday
Interview June 28-29, 2013, Fri-Saturday
Result Declaration and Submission
Online Display of First list: July 9, 2013 Tuesday
Fee Submission for First list July 9-11, 2013, Tues-Thursday
Classes Begin July 22, 2013, Monday
For availability and submission in other mode only
First Counseling: July 08-09, 2013
List display and Fee Payment: July 10-12, 2013
Display of list for Second Counseling: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Second Counseling: Monday, July 15, 2013
List display and Fee Payment: July 16-17, 2013
Display of list for Third Counseling: Thursday, July 18, 2013
Third Counseling and Fee Payment: July 18, 19, 2013
Classes Begin: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Please note: Form availability and submission in online only.