FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Norms for Passing-B.Ed.
Norms for Passing-M.Ed. and M.Phil.
A candidate shall be declared pass in the written examination, if she secures not less than 50% in each paper, with a minimum of 45% in the External examination. A candidate shall be declared pass in the Practical examination, if she secures not less than 50% in the Practical Examinations, in the teaching competence in each Optional and not less than 50% of the marks in other Practical activities.
Students’ Feedback & Remedial Action
A candidate shall be declared pass in the theory paper, if she secures not less than 50% in Internal assessment and External examination. A candidate is required to secure minimum 50 % marks in the Thesis.
Students’ Feedback & Remedial action
Cleaning the classes regularly
Proper laboratory facility
Development of drinking water facility
Launching of class magazine
More class for Library reading
Organizing Alumni Association Meeting and Refresher Party.
No class should be eliminated
The above problems were sort out and remedial measures have been taken.
How are the global trends in teacher education reflected in the curriculum and
existing courses modified to meet the emerging needs?
Conducting workshops and conferences frequently.
publishing journals in both national/international level
to sign MOU with other universities in India and abroad
Exchange program between B.Ed college faculties as well as students.
To start NET coaching center
encourage staff members to attend seminars and workshops in foreign universities.
2. What are the major quality sustenance and enhancement measures undertaken
by the institution since the previous assessment and accreditation.
The present curriculum design is suitable for meeting the overall development of
the student teachers. In addition to this, the institution aims at developing global
competencies in future teachers through varied activities.
The following are the provisions in the institution with respect to scholastic and co –
1. Technical skills development (computer skills development programmes like
Internet browsing, Power Point presentation, E- Mail usage, Website design etc).
2. Teaching skills (Micro, Macro teaching, and practice classes).
3. Spell out the issues and trends in the global perspective in the curriculum through
the paper, “Education in the International Context” at the M.Ed level.
4. Training in the use of SMART boards and adapting them in the area of
5. Organizing of inter- collegiate debate.
6. Participated and won prizes in the zonal, district and state level athletic meet
conducted by the parent university.
7 Organization of campus interviews for the students for their placement.
List of Schools where the teacher trainees go for teaching practice
1. The major syllabus revision for B.Ed, M.Ed, and M.Phil courses including unit
wise workload, suggested practical’s, and recent references.
2. The modifications of the syllabus of various courses have been done, keeping in
mind the changing needs in the field of education.
Does the institution encourage Action Research? If yes give details on some of
the major outcomes and the impact.
1. Chennai High School, Kamarajar Avenue, Adyar, Chennai-20
2. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Chetpet
3. Chennai Higher Secondary School, GangadeeswararKoil Street
4. Chennai Girls Higher Secondary School, Madhavaram High Road, Perambur
5. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Nungambakkam
6. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Rotler’s Street
7. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Saidapet
8. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Shenoy Nagar
9. Higher Secondary School,Kodambakam
10. Presidency Higher Secondary School, Egmore
11. Rani Mayammai Girls High School, Adyar
12. SavithriAmmal Higher Secondary School, Mylapore
13. Chennai Higher Secondary School, Korukkupettai
14. Rani Mayammai Girls High School, Mandavelli
15. Lady Willingdon Higher Secondary School, Triplicane
16. Model Higher Secondary School, Triplicane
17. SavithriAmmal Higher Secondary School, Mylapore
18. SingaramPillai Higher Secondary School, Villivakkkam
19. Presidency Higher Secondary School, Egmore
20. Sri Ramkrishna Boy’s Higher Secondary School, Main T. Nagar
21. Sri Ramkrishna Higher Secondary School, Burkit Road
22. Jayagopal Garodia Higher Secondary School, Valasarvalkam
23. Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Choolaimedu
24. Jaigopal Garodia Girls Higher Secondary School, Saidapet
25. Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Thiruvottiyur
26. Anderson Girls Higher Secondary School, Parrys
27. Rani Mayammai Girls High School, Adayar
28. Sri Ahobilamath Oriental Higher Secondary School, West Mambalam.
29. Kesari Higher Secondary School, West Mambalam.
30. Lady M.C.T.M. Girls Higher Secondary School, Purasavakkam.
Is there any project completed by the institution relating to the community
development in the last five years? If yes, give details.
Yes, Action research is a mandatory practical component for the B.Ed. students.
They are expected to select the topic for the action research during their teaching practice
based on the difficulty or issue they face in classroom and frame a action plan to solve
the problem for the benefit and the betterment of the students. The problems usually
taken are general issues like late coming, absenteeism, not completing their home works
and assignments, not participating in Co-curricular activities, etc. and subject related
aspects like poor spelling, handwriting, inability to read properly, drawing, marking
maps, memorizing formulae, etc.
Does the institution library have Computer, Internet and Reprographic
facilities? If yes, give details on the access to the staff and students and the
frequency of use.
The B.Ed. and M.Ed. programme is only for ten months duration and the students
take up activities for that year under the guidance of the teacher educator. Major
emphasis is laid on Health and Education of the society.
How do the staff and students come to know of the new arrivals?
Yes, the college library has Computer, Internet, and Reprographic facilities.
There are ten Computers for the readers with internet facility, students and staff can
make use of it during library working hours. Students are also provided with
reprographic facility, scanning facility at nominal cost.
Is there a provision in the curriculum for imparting computer skills to all
students? If yes give details on the major skills included
New arrivals are displayed in the showcase and the latest issues of journals are
kept on display.
Yes. To make the student teachers technologically fit, computer education is
made mandatory in the B.Ed. curriculum. Construction of question paper and preparation
of documents using MS- word, handling spreadsheet, preparation of PowerPoint
presentation, creating and sending e- mail, browsing the internet, etc. are some of the
major skills included in the curriculum. The teacher trainees develop skills to use
computer peripherals like printers, scanners, and smart boards. Postgraduate students are
trained to analysis and interpret research statistical data using MS-Excel and SPSS. All
Students are promoted to use Internet to develop knowledge and use of free down
loadable materials available.