Rules & Regulation

1. A students admitted to B.Ed. Course in college must maintain an ethos of commitment to professional programme. He/She is expected to behave in a dignified manner in the College campus
2. According to Nilambar Pitamber University, Medininagar, Palamau and NCTE norms a trainee must attend 75% of all theory classes (including optional subjects)
3. The trainees must attend all demonstration classes during the course as well as his/her scheduled practice period. He/She is expected to teach in any school assigned to him/her by the College
4. Prior Permission is required from the Principal/Prof, in-charge for any absence either from theory or from Practical classes and community life activates. Application should be made for leave in writing
5. Leave sanctioned does not enable a student to get exemption from the minimum percentage of attendance as per University rule
6. No other Commitments, such as competitive examination, Computer Course, Private tuition, University Examination should be undertaken during the regular college timing of Classes and activities, 7. Every student is expected to make the best use of library books
8. The trainees are expected to take proper care of the college property
9. If a candidate wants to drop out from the course before the commencement of classes, he/she will receive refund of fee except admission fees. After the commencement of classes there will be no refund of fees deposited at the time of admission
COURSE COMPLETION REQUIREMENT FOR APPEARING AT THE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION 1. Every candidate of the B.Ed. examination shall produce a certificate from the principal for the purpose of :
(a) Good Conduct
(b) Having Satisfactorily completed the work by:
(i) Attending at less 75% lectures in theory papers
(ii) Delivering 40 lessons in two of the Method Subjects. (20 in each method subject)
(iii) 10 observation Lessons (5 in each method subject)
(iv) Undertaking the craft work and maintaining records there of
(v) Performing all the tasks under internal evaluation
2. Candidates, who fail to fulfill the requirement in respect of sessional work or percentage of attendance at lectures, shall not be allowed to appear at the University Exam.