Academics

Teachers are the precious human resource. They nourish the future citizens of the country. We all agreed that the education system of the nation has great role in national development directly or indirectly. The pace and direction of the national development depends upon the quality of education system, the quality of education depends upon quality of teachers and quality of teachers depends upon their training. Therefore, training and nourishment of future teachers becomes a matter of national concern.

RBTTI offers pre-service training for future teachers and teacher educators. At RBTTI we always try to lineup with the matter of national and social concern. Our learned faculty members priorities value inculcation among pupil teachers. Our faculty committed faculty members put their best efforts to provide quality instruction and adequate environment to the pupil teachers.

The faculty members employ a wide range of teaching methods to create a varied learning environment. Learners centered pedagogies are used to nurture the trainee teachers to make them future ready i.e. Structured Lectures, Discussion Methods, Project based learning, Problem Solving, Constructivist Approach, Lecture-cum-Demonstration, Assignment and Seminar presentations, Case Studies, Assignments, Role Playing, Gaming, Guest Lectures, and Panel Discussions.

Though, a student-centered teaching method which involves active participation of the student in their own learning process is the best method. Institute’s IQAC, initiated learning with Newer Teaching Technologies and following teaching methods advocated by IQAC:

1. Project Based Learning (PBL)

2. Problem Based Learning (PBL)

3. Students’ Assignments and Seminar (SAS)

4. Blended Learning

5. Flipped Classroom

6. Constructivist Approach Based Pedagogy

7. Teacher’s Seminar (Multispecialty)

8. Case Studies

9. Team Teaching

10. Focus Group Discussion

11. Spot Group Discussion

Faculty Members

Dr. Amita BhatnagarDirector
Shri D.K. SharmaTeaching Faculty
Dr. Jaipal GangwarTeaching Faculty
Dr. Satish Chandra Teaching Faculty
Mohd. Sakib RazaTeaching Faculty
Shri Pankaj YadavTeaching Faculty
Mrs. Priyanka MishraTeaching Faculty
Ms. Sony ShakeelTeaching Faculty
Shri Firoz Khan Teaching Faculty
Ms. Kalyani SinghTeaching Faculty
Ms. MamtaTeaching Faculty
Shri Vivek KumarTeaching Faculty
Mr. Afzal QamarTeaching Faculty
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Course Structure of B.Ed.

First Year(Theory Papers)

Paper-1 Childhood and Growing Up

Paper-2 Contemporary India and Education

Paper-3 Learning and Teaching

Paper-4 Language across the Curriculum

Paper-5 Understanding Disciplines &Subjects

Paper-6 Gender, School and Society

Paper-7(a) Pedagogy of School Subject(Part-I) (Any One)

i. Teaching of Physical Science

ii. Teaching of Biological Science

iii. Teaching of Mathematics

iv. Teaching of Home Science

v. Teaching of Social Studies

vi. Teaching of English

vii. Teaching of Hindi

viii. Teaching of Sanskrit

ix. Teaching of Commerce

EPC-1 Reading and Reflecting on Texts

EPC-2 Drama and Art in Education

EPC-3 Critical Understanding of ICT

Practical / Field Engagement:

1. Observation of school activities and preparation of report

2. Observation of Teaching and preparation of report

3. Evaluation of teaching skills


Second Year (Theory Papers)

Paper-7(b) Pedagogy of School Subject (Part-II)

i. Teaching of Physical Science

ii. Teaching of Biological Science

iii. Teaching of Mathematics

iv. Teaching of Home Science

v. Teaching of Social Studies

vi. Teaching of English

vii. Teaching of Hindi

viii. Teaching of Sanskrit

ix. Teaching of Commerce

(Same subject as chosen under7(a) of first year and one other school subject)

Paper-8 Knowledge and Curriculum

Paper-9 Assessment for Learning

Paper-10 Creating an Inclusive School

Paper-11 Optional Course(anyone)

i. Environment Education

ii. Peace Education

iii. Guidance & Counseling

iv. Health Education and Yoga

v. Special Education

EPC-4 Understanding the Self


  • Internal Assessment: Internal evaluation in papers 7 (b), 8, 9, 10 and 11 shall be done through one written test and tasks and assignments. In papers of 100 marks written test shall comprise of 10 marks whereas tasks and assignments shall comprise of 10 marks. In papers of 50 marks written test shall comprise of 5 marks whereas tasks and assignments shall comprise of 05 marks. EPC-4 shall be evaluated on the basis of internal evaluation of theory of 20 marks and activities of 30 marks mentioned in the syllabus.


  • Practical/Field Engagement: There shall be field work of 16 weeks in the second year out of which school internship shall be of 15 weeks. Out of these 16 weeks, 01 week shall be devoted to the observation of subject teaching in the school. Next 12 weeks (06 weeks for each of the two school subjects) shall be devoted for teaching of subjects’ lessons with daily lesson plan. 25 lessons each shall be taught at Upper Primary and secondary levels. During next 01-week students shall carry out the duties of concerned subject teacher as per the school time table. Last 02 weeks shall be devoted to post teaching activities.

Course Structure of M.Ed.


First Year

Core Courses

I Philosophical Perspectives of Education

II Psychological Perspectives of Education

III Introductory Methods in Educational Research

IV Historical and Political Perspectives of Education

V Educational Measurement and Evaluation

VI Advanced Educational Technology


Specialization

VII Any One

i. Curriculum Development

ii. Pedagogy and Assessment

iii. Human Rights and Value Education


Practicum

VIII School Observation

Field Based Activities

Self-Development and Communication Skills


Research

IX Preparation of Synopsis



Second Year

Core Courses

I Socio-Economic Perspectives of Education

II Advanced Psychological Perspectives of Education

III Advanced Methods in Educational Research

IV Advanced Educational Measurement and Evaluation

V ICT and E-learning

VI Teacher Education in Indian and Global Perspectives

Specialization

VII Anyone

i. Gender and Inclusive Education

ii. Educational Management and Administration

iii. Guidance and Counseling

Practicum VIII

i. Internship in Teacher Education Institutions

ii. Field Based Administration of Tools

iii. Seminar and workshop

Research IX

Dissertation and Viva Voce