Odisha M.Ed Previous Year 2019 Question & Answer Key


4.1 Candidates seeking admission to the M.Ed. Programme should have obtained at least 50% marks for General category and 45% for SC/ST/SEBC/PH category or an equivalent grade in the following programmes :
1. B.Ed.
2. B.A., B.Ed. / B.Sc.,B.Ed.
3. Arts / Science Graduate with D.El.Ed. Degree (with 50% marks in each for General category and 45% in case of SC/ST/SEBC/PH category)

4. The candidates who have appeared the final year Examination of B.Ed. / B.A., B.Ed. / B.Sc. B.Ed. / D.El.Ed. (For Arts & Science Graduate) are also eligible to apply. Their candidature for admission is subject to the required aggregate percentage of marks during the time of their admission, failing
which his / her selection will be cancelled.

4.2 The candidates who have passed the qualifications mentioned at Point No.

4.1, from any universities outside Odisha are required to produce the Equivalency Certificate during the time of admission at the respective Teacher Education Institution.

4.3 She / he must have passed Odia as MIL up to HSC level or any such equivalent or higher examination or have passed Odia as a subject in specific examination conducted by BSE, Odisha of HSC standard or should have passed HSC Examination of BSE, Odisha in Odia medium with MIL other than Odia. Such candidates who have passed HSC Examination of BSE, Odisha without Odia as MIL should produce a certificate to the effect from the Headmaster of that school that they have passed HSC Examination in Odia medium

S Y L L A B U  S

Subject Area Marks No. of Items
Basics of Education 18 18
Understanding the learner & learning process 18 18
Curriculum and curriculum transaction 18 18
Contemporary issues in school Education 18 18
Assessing the learner; Planning and management of school 18 18
Total 90 90

Detailed Syllabus :

Subject Detailed Content



Basics of Education

§  Understanding Education: Education as a process, Aims of Education, Ideas of Educational

thinkers (Gandhi, Tagore, Dewey, Rousseau).

§  Education in socio cultural context of India: Role of education in social control & social charge. Education as an instrument for promoting national integration, Education for Democracy & Education for Globalization.

§  Education for National Development: Education and national dev elopment, Education as an investment for Human Resource and Economic development.

§  Education Policy imperatives: Constitutional provisions, NPE(1986,1992), RCFTE 2009, NCF-2005.




Understanding the learner & learning process

§  Understanding the child & Adolescent: Developmental tasks and role of teacher.

§  Understanding differences between learners: Areas of differences, factors affecting differences. Understanding differently-abled learners.

§  Methods of studying learner behavior- Test, Observation, Case study

§  Understanding learning process:- Relevance and applicability of theoretical, Perspectives of learning – Skinner, Piaget, Vygotsky.

§  Understanding higher mental processes of learning: Intelligence -Measurement of Intelligence, Creativity: Characteristics & process, Role of teacher in promoting creativity.

§  Organizing learning – Paradigms for organizing learning, modes of learning, Organizing learning in heterogeneous classrooms.



Curriculum and curriculum transaction

§  Curriculum: Concept, types, bases of curriculum, principles & process of curriculum development.

§  Understanding teaching: Major shift in teacher education as per NCF-2005,

§  Teaching as a profession, professional ethics & accountability of teacher,

§  Phases of teaching: Pre-active, interactive & post-active phase, teacher activities in different phases.



Contemporary issues in school Education

§  Equality & Equity in Education: Nature & forms of inequalities, inclusive education, provision for addressing inequalities – SSA, RTE Act, RMSA.

§  Quality in Education: Strategies for enhancement of quality in School Education, Functions of NCERT, NCTE, NUEPA, for quality improvement. Role of teacher for quality education.

§  Education for conservation of Environment: Protection and conservation of environment. Strategies for sensitizing learners towards protection of environment and its conservation.




Assessing the learner; Planning and management of school

§  Learning Assessment: CCE, Assessment of learning, Assessment for learning, Assessment

as learning – its tool & techniques.

§  Test construction: Characteristics of a good test.

§  Statistics: Measures of variability, Correlation, Standard scores – Z score, T-score, percentile.

§  School Development plan & management, management of material, financial and human


§  Monitoring and Action Research: Mechanism of monitoring, conducting, reporting action research & follow up.

§  Classroom Management: Components of class room environment and its management,

types of learning resources in the class room and their management

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