Courses Offered:

Bachelor of Education(B.Ed)

Duration : Two Years (4 Semesters)
No. of Seats : 100 (Regular)
Eligibility : Graduate of any recognized University
Qualifying in the Common Entrance Test in Education (Ed CET) in the subject opted for Ed CET
Course Content: SEMESTER-I
1. Philosophical Foundations of Education
2. Perspectives in Child Development
3. ICT for enriching Teaching and Learning.
4. Pedagogy of Mathematics/ Social Sciences/ Biological Sciences (Pg1)
5. Pedagogy of Physical Sciences/ English/ Telugu (Pg2)

1. Sociological Foundations of Education
2. Learning and Teaching
3. Classroom Management, Leadership and Action Research
4. Art Education

1. Pedagogy Mathematics/ Social Sciences/ Biological Sciences (Pg1)
2. Pedagogy Physical Sciences/ English/ Telugu
3. Learning Assessment
4. Understanding the Self

1. Contemporary India and Education
2. Gender, School and Society
3. Inclusive Education
4. Environmental Education

Master's Course in Education (M.Ed)

Duration : Two Years (4 Semesters)
No. of Seats : 50 (Regular)
Eligibility : a) The admission for the degree of M.Ed. degree shall be open to.
b) The candidates who complete B.Ed/B.Ed.Spl. Degree course of any University recognized by UGC are eligible for admission provided that they possess a minimum of 50 Percentage of marks in B.Ed/B.Ed.Spl. course. Concessions in the eligibility for reservation categories as per government norms and should qualify in SPMVV PGCET.
Course Content: SEMESTER-I
1. Philosophical Perspectives in Education
2. Introduction to Educational Research
3. Psychological Perspectives in Education
4. Curriculum Studies
1. Sociological Perspectives in Education
2. Advanced Educational Research
3. Introduction to Educational Studies
4. Teacher Education : I Conceptual basis, Institutions , Systems and Structures.
A) Guidance and Counselling
B) Value Education
C) Women Education
2). Teacher Education : II (Curriculum Policy and Practice; Professional Development)
3). Elementary Education/ Secondary and Senior Secondary (Any One)
A).Introduction to Elementary Education /
B).Introduction to Secondary Education
4). Elementary Education / Secondary and Senior Secondary (Any One)
A). Inclusive Education
B). Educational Technology including ICT
C). Environmental Education
A) Comparative Education
B) Educational Planning, Management and Finance
2). Educational Measurement and Evaluation
3). Economics of Education

Bachelor's Course in Special education(Hearing Impairment) B.Ed.Spl.Edn.(HI)

Duration : Two years (4 semesters)
No. of Seats : 30 (Regular)
Eligibility : B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com. or an equivalent degree at graduate level depending on the requirements of the school subject for pedagogical courses and for the particular course with minimum 50% in the qualifying degree examination. Concession in eligibility for reserved categories as per Government norms.
Course Content:
1. Human Growth & Development
2. Contemporary India and Education
3. Introduction to Sensory Disabilities (VI, HI, Deaf Blind)
4. Introduction to Neuro Developmental Disabilities (LD, ID/ MR, ASD)
5. Introduction to Locomotor and Multiple Disabilities (Deaf- Blind, CP, MD)
6. Assessment and Identification of Needs

1. 1. Learning, Teaching and Assessment
2. Pedagogy of School Subjects (Any One Mathematics / Biological Science / Physical Science / Social Studies)
3. Pedagogy of School Subject (Any One English / Telugu)
4. Inclusive Education
5. Curriculum Designing, Adaptation and Evaluation

1. 1. Educational Intervention and Teaching Strategies
2. Technology and Disability
3. Psycho Social and Family Issues
4. Reading and Reflecting on Texts
5. Drama and Art in Education

1. Skill based Optional Course (Any One)
a. Guidance and Counselling
b. Community Based Rehabilitation
c. Application of ICT in Classroom
2. Skill based Optional Course (Any One)
a. Communication : Oralism
b. Communication : Manual (Indian Sign Language)
c. Augmentative and Alternative Communication
3. Basic Research and Basic Statistics
External Electives:
1) Guidance and Counseling
2) Value Education
3) Women Education