Applications for admission to 100 B.Ed.,50 M.Ed., 20 M.Phil seats are issued by the college every year during the month of May and June.
A Bachelor’s degree or Post Graduate Degree from a UGC recognized University or a college
BC : 45%
OC : 50%
SC : 40%
Candidates who have obtained at least 55% of marks in the B.Ed. Degree are eligible for M.Ed. admission.
(a) Candidates who have qualified for Post-Graduate Degree in Education of this university or any university recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto prior to 1 st January 1991, subject to such conditions as may be prescribed there for shall be eligible to register for the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) in Education and undergo the prescribed course of study in an approved Institution or Department of the University.
(b) Candidates who have qualified for Post-Graduate Degree in Education mentioned in Regulation 1 (a) supra on or after 1st January 1991, shall be required to have obtained a minimum of 55 % of marks in their Post-Graduate Degree in Education to become eligible to register for the Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Education and undergo the prescribed course of study in an approved Institution or Department of the University.
(c) Concession of 5% marks for SC/ST.
The duration of the M.Phil course shall extend over a period of one academic year commencing from 1st September of each year.
The course of study for the degree shall consists of (a) Part I comprising three written papers according to the syllabi duly approved by the Chairman of the Board of Research Studies concerned from time to time; and (b) Part II – Dissertation.
Part I shall consists of Paper I – Research Methodology. Paper II – An advanced paper in the main subject and paper III – which shall be a back-ground paper relating to the proposed dissertation conducted internally by the College/Department.
Provided that candidates admitted under inter-disciplinary basis shall be required to take Paper I – Research Methodology and Paper 2 – An advanced paper in the main subject (any one Elective Paper – refer Page 4) and Paper 3 – which shall be in Education or an inter-disciplinary paper relating to the proposed dissertation conducted internally by the College/ Department. The syllabus for the inter-disciplinary paper shall be approved by the Chairman of the Board of Research Studies. Page 3 of 30
The examinations for papers 1, 2 and 3 shall be held in the month of August of the following year.
The duration for each paper shall be 3 hours carrying 100 marks each.
The question paper setters shall be appointed from the standing list of examiners submitted by the respective Chairman of the Board of Research Studies.
The written papers shall be valued by two external examiners. If both the examiners have given pass marks and the difference is not more than 15 percent, candidates shall be declared to have passed in written paper by taking the average of the two valuations.
If both the examiners have awarded fail marks and the difference is more than 15 percent, the written paper shall be referred to third examiner and the third valuation shall be final.
If one examiner gives pass marks and the other examiner gives fail marks, the written paper may be referred to third examiner irrespective of the difference and the third valuation shall be final.
If both the examiners have awarded fail marks, irrespective of any difference, the candidates shall be declared to have failed in written paper.
The exact title of the dissertation shall be intimated within one month after the completion of the written examination. Candidates shall submit the dissertation to the University through the Supervisor and Head of the Department/ Principal at the end of one year from the commencement of the course and before 31st October which shall be valued by internal examiner (Supervisor) and one external examiner appointed by the University from a panel of four names sent by the Supervisor through the Head of the Department/Principal at the time of intimating the title of the dissertation.
The examiners who value the dissertation shall report on the merit of the candidate as “Highly commended” or “Commended” or “Not commended”.
If one examiner commends the dissertation and the other examiner does not commend the dissertation shall referred to third examiner and the third valuation shall be final.
Submission or re-submission of dissertation shall be once in a year i.e. before 31st October.
(i) A candidate shall be declared to have passed Part I of the examination if he/she secures not less than 50% of the marks in each paper, including Paper 3 for which examinations are conducted internally.
(ii) A candidate shall be declared to have passed Part II of the examination if his/her dissertation is commended/Highly commended.
(iii)All other candidates shall be declared to have failed in the examinations.
Not commended – 49% and below, commended – 50% to 69% Highly Commended – 70% and above.
No candidate shall be permitted to re-appear for the written examination in any paper or more than two occasions or to re-submit a dissertation more than once. Candidates shall have to qualify for the degree passing all the written papers, dissertation within a period of three years from the date of commencement of the course.
No candidate shall be eligible for conferment of the M.Phil. Degree in Education unless he/she is declared to have passed both the parts of the examination as per the Regulations.
No teacher shall be recognized as a Supervisor unless he/she possesses a Ph.D. Degree in Education or two years of Post-Graduate teaching experience after qualifying for M.Phil. Degree in Education.
Only the Post-Graduate Departments of affiliated colleges and Departments of the University will be recognized for conducting the M.Phil. Course in Education. However, the Syndicate shall have the power to decide any other Institution of Higher Learning/ Research Institute within the University area for conducting the M.Phil. Course in Education on merits.