100.00 Concept of Education
101.00 Meaning and Process of Education
Etymological Meaning of Education–Educatum, Educare and Educere Narrow and Wider meanings of Education Process of education – Bi-polar and tri-polar
102.00 Meaning of Education in the View of Indian and Western Thinkers
- Indian Thinkers– Rabindranath Tagore, Swamy Vivekananda , Mahathma Gandhiji, Dr. Radhakrishnan and J. Krishnamurthy.
- Western Thinkers ,Rousseau, Froebel Pestolozzi, Dr. Montessori and John Dewey.
103.00 Basic Foundations of Education
Philosophical, Psychological and Sociological
104.00 General Aims of Education
Individual aims - Health, knowledge, Character and Vocation
Social aims - Democratic citizenship- Culture – National Integration and International brotherhood
200.00 Development of the Individual
201.00 Meaning of Growth and Development and Their Differences
202.00 Principles of Growth and Development
203.00 Dimensions of Development
Dimensions of development with respect to physical, Intellectual Social and emotional -early child hood, later child hood and adolescence- The Problems of adolescent stage and remedies.
204.00 Role of Heredity and Environment
in the Growth and development of an individual.
301.00 Meaning, Process and Characteristics of Learning
302.00 Types of Learning – (Gyagne’s 8 Types)
303.00 Theories of Learning
- Developmental Learning (Piaget)
- Discovery Learning (Bruner)
- Mastery Learning (Bloom)
- Observational Learning (Bandura)
- Constructive approach to learning
304.00 Factors Influencing Learning
Maturation, Motivation, Memory and attention.
401.00 Meaning and Importance of Group Dynamics
402.00 Meaning and characterstics of a group
403.00 Types of Group
primary and secondary ; In-group and Out-group
404.00 Class-room as a Group and Its Characteristics
405.00 Meaning, Characteristics and Importance of Leadership
406.00 Qualities of a Leader
407.00 Leadership Styles
Democratic, autocratic and Laissezfaire
500.00 Education and Society
501.00 Meaning and Characteristics of Society
502.00 Agencies of Education
- Formal (school)
- In-formal (family)
- Non-formal(Open schools and Open-Universities)
503.00 Social Change
- Meaning-Factors determining social change
- Education as an Instrument of Social Change
504.00 Education for Transmission and Refinement of Culture
600.00 Educational Economics
601.00 Meaning and Importance of Educational Economics
602.00 Role of Education in Economic Development
603.00 Education as Consumption and Investment
604.00 Development of Human Resources Through Education
700.00 Guidance and Counseling
701.00 Meaning, Nature and Principles of Guidance
702.00 Meaning and Importance of Educational, Vocational and Individual Guidance
703.00 Guidance Services
information, occupational, health, counseling and placement.
705.00 Techniques of Counseling
Directive, Non-directive and eclectic counseling.
801.00 Meaning and Importance of Health
802.00 Meaning of Importance of Health Education
803.00 Characteristics of a Physically Healthy Individual
– factors helpful in the physical health of an individual – cleanliness, balanced diet, relaxation and physical exercises.
804.00 Mal-nutrition - It Causes, Effects and Remedies
805.00 Characteristics of a Mentally Healthy Individual
806.00 Barriers to Mental Health
Barriers to mental health – tension, frustration and stress. -Measures to promote mental health-importance of yoga, dhyana and pranayama
900.00 Value Based Education
901.00 Meaning and Importance of Values
902.00 Individual - Social Values
- Individual values – Self-esteem, discipline, promptness, simple living, industriousness, moral and spiritual.
- Social values – Democratic, secular, tolerance, non-violence and scientific temper
903.00 Theories of Indian Values
– Purusharthas and Panchakoshas
904.00 Role of Education Inculcating Values Among Individuals
1000.00 Environmental Education
1001.00 Meaning and Importance of Environment
1002.00 Types of Environment
biotic and abiotic (social-economical and educational)
1003.00 Meaning and Importance of Environmental Education
1004.00 Socio-economic and Cultural Factors
Socio-economic and cultural factors leading to environmental degradationchanging lifestyles with respect to modernization and urbanization.
1005.00 Conservation of Natural Resources-management
Conservation of natural resources-Management of natural resources to meet human needs – Role of 4 R’S (reduce, reuse, refuse, recycle).
1006.00 Role of Field Trips, Ecoclubs, Nature Walk, Nature Game in Environmental Education