Features of the Curriculum
1. This curriculum has been prepared under the framework of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).
2. There will be four semesters in two years. Both years will have two semesters each. After each semester there will be an evaluation and the report will be kept.
3. To gain maximum practical usefulness there are internal and external assessments and examinations.
4. To make it practical and useful the syllabus has been divided into four parts :
1. Foundation course
3. Educational Activities
4. Teaching Practice, Work Experience, Useful productive work.
5. The First year’s foundation course consists of Education and the Teacher in the Emerging Indian Society and Educational Psychology. The Second year’s foundation course consists of School Organization, Guidance &Counseling and Educational Technology & Evaluation.
6. Keeping in mind globalization in education the teaching of English cum methodology has been made compulsory. The English teaching method section has been arranged in a simple, attractive and scientific manner.
7. Along with Hindi, the Mother tongue – Bengali and Urdu – Tribal languages – Mundari, Santhali, Ho, Kharia, Kurukh, and Regional languages – Nagpuri, Kurmali, Khortha, Panchpargania have been given Special place in the curriculum.
8. In our modern world computer education has become an essential part of our syllabus. Therefore, the computer education has been made compulsory in the syllabus.
9. Under work experience agriculture, gardening, cutting & stitching, home science, collage works have been included as useful for life.
10. Community life in meant to make the bond between school and community permanent, complementary and useful.
11. To make learning more permanent and deep, the teacher-students will take part in micro teaching, model classes, criticism classes and teaching practice.
12. Much effort has been made in this syllabus to inculcate interest among the trainees in art and culture, national unity and social cohesion.
With the creation of new state and with the foresightedness of those who are at the helm of affairs, the Govt. of Jharkhand is giving utmost priority to education in its agenda. Saveral new professional colleges have been established to address the need of academics in the Sate. Karim’s Trust also desired to start D.El. Ed Course, as it was the cherished desire and feeling of its founder that Nation’s freedom and prosperity rest upon the future citizen of the country. Future citizens are raw materials in the hand of our teachers, and if the teachers are of brilliant caliber and high moral with sound professional training then only nation’s freedom and integrity is secure”.After the approval and NOC from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of Jharkhand, the NCTE, Bhubaneshwar granted recognition to start D.El.Ed. Course from session: 2017-2019 vide order No. ER-239.6.4 (part-I) ERC APP 3117/D.Ed.Ed/2016/52758 dated 02.05.2017. The affiliating body, Jharkhand Academic Council, Ranchi, has also granted its permission to start the teaching of D.El. Ed. Course.