Recognized by NCTE

Affiliated to Kannur University

Included under UGC 2(f) & 12B category

Accredited by NAAC with ‘A’ Grade, (Second cycle -4 point scale)



  • The college offers Two year B.Ed Programme in six subjects- English, Malayalam, Mathematics, Natural Science, Physical Science and Social Science.
  • Admission to the college is subject to the rules and regulations of the Kerala Government, Kannur University and NCTE.
  • Admission is carried out as per government regulations. 85% of the seats are filled from the merit list prepared as per Kerala government rules. 15% of the seats are filled from the list prepared by the management on the basis of merit.
  • Students selected for the course shall have to submit the certificates mentioned in the prospectus at the time of admission.
  • Students selected have to pay the fees along with special fees and caution deposit. They can pay the fees in two installments at the time of admission, in the first year and at the beginning of second year. No amount will be refunded even if they discontinue the studies or leave the institution with T.C.
  • Stipends, scholarships and subsistence allowance are paid as per government rules to students who are declared eligible.


The Two Year B.Ed programme of NCTE Curriculum Framework comprises three broad curricular areas stretching across four semesters

  • Perspectives in Education,
  • Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies, and
  • Engagement with the Field.

There are six courses under Perspectives in Education and four courses under Curriculum and Pedagogic Studies including electives and four courses for Enhancement of Professional Capacities (EPC) under Engagement with the field.

A. Core Courses

BED C 101
Psychology of Childhood and Growing Up

BED C 102
Contemporary India and Education

BED C 103
Language Across the Curriculum

BED C 201
Psychology of Learning and Teaching

BED C 202
Knowledge and Curriculum-Part I

BED C 401
Gender, School and Society

BED C 402
Knowledge and Curriculum-Part II

BED C 403
Creating an Inclusive School

B. Pedagogic Courses

BED P 101
Understanding Discipline and Subject (Optional Subjects Concerned)

BED P 201
Pedagogy of School subject part I(Optional Subjects Concerned)

BED P 202
Assessment for Learning (Optional Subjects Concerned)

BED P 301
Pedagogy of School subject part II(Optional Subjects Concerned)

C. Elective Courses

BED E 401.1.
Guidance and Counseling

BED E 401.2
Health and Physical Education

BED E 401.3
Peace Education

BED E 401.4.
Environmental Education

BED E 401.5.
Additional Pedagogy (Optional Subjects Concerned)

* A student teacher has to choose any one course from this category as elective in the IVth semester.

D. Enhancing Professional Capacities (EPC)

EPC 01
Reading and Reflecting on Texts

EPC 02
Drama and Art in Education

EPC 03
Critical Understanding of ICT

EPC 04
4 EPC 04 Understanding the Self

Course Structure of the Programme


Core courses
BED C 101
BED C 1021
BED C 103
BED C 201
BED C 202
BED C 401
BED C 40
BED C 403

Pedagogic Courses
BED P 101*
BED P 201*
BED P 202*
BED P 301*

Elective Courses
BED E 401*

EPC Courses
(Internal Evaluation)
EPC 01
EPC 02
EPC 03
EPC 04

The student teachers shall be required to study 4 courses each during the first, second and fourth semesters, and one course and school internship during the third semester apart from physical education practical and EPC courses.


  • All student teachers are expected to be neat, simple and modest in their appearance to be punctual and regular in attendance to be faithful and diligent in studies and discharge their duties and assignments.
  • In a time of value crisis, uphold noble values, respect elders and authorities, be courteous to all and radiate decency and decorum in behavior.
  • Dressing should be neat and modest College uniform is insisted on all Wednesdays and on special occasions
  • All are requested to keep the college campus and class rooms clan and tidy.
  • Politics in any form and organizational activities among students are not permitted in the campus and should not have active membership in political or quasi-political organization of any kind.
  • Students are forbidden to attend or organize any meeting or collect money for any purpose, without the approval of the principal. They shall not circulate any notice or petition among the students or exhibit them anywhere in the premises without the signature of the principal.
  • Students are not allowed to make complaint in a body or to address any authority by a collective petition without the prior sanction of the principal. Such a complaint or action is subversive to good order.
  • Misconduct of a serious nature or neglect of work by a student makes one liable to be declared unfit to become a teacher and the person will have to discontinue his/her studies in the college.
  • In campus, students are expected to greet teachers and friends respectfully.
  • Students are not to make any marks on the furniture or wall or any part of the college premises.
  • Any form of ragging is banned.
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