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ADP Education

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADE 2 Years:

  • FA/F.Sc / A level or equivalent with minimum 2nd Division
  • FA/F.Sc / A level with school subjects

Duration: 2 Years (4 semesters)

Semester Duration: 16-18 weeks semesters

Course Load per Semester: 15-18 Cr-Hr

No of Courses per Semester: 5-6 (not more than 3 lab/ Practical Courses) 

Bachelor of Education

OBJECTIVE:

Associate Degree in Education encourages a change in teaching approaches and learning ways from an overly-reliance teacher-centered to learner-centred to encourage the development of skills and dispositions.

The Four-year programmers of B.Ed. (Hons.) (Elementary) has also been initiated to provide intensive training and a rich experience to candidates who want to pursue a professional degree in teaching and possess a deep commitment to this profession.

BENEFITS:

By participating in this course participants will:

  • Understand educational theories & their implications in practice
  • Enhance their subject knowledge
  • Explore learning areas and associated learning outcomes
  • Understand different assessment procedures and their relevance in different situations

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADE 2 Years:

  • FA/F.Sc / A level or equivalent with minimum 2nd Division
  • FA/F.Sc / A level with school subjects

Duration: 2 Years (4 semesters)

Semester Duration: 16-18 weeks semesters

Course Load per Semester: 15-18 Cr-Hr

No of Courses per Semester: 5-6 (not more than 3 lab/ Practical Courses)

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR BED 4 Years:

  • FA/F.Sc / A level or equivalent with minimum 2nd Division
  • FA/F.Sc / A level with school subjects
  • Duration: 4 Years (8 semesters) 16-18 weeks semesters
  • Semesters: 8
  • Course Load per Semester: 15-18 Cr-Hr
  • No of Courses per Semester: 5-6 (not more than 3 lab/ Practical Courses)

                        Structure of the Scheme for ADE                                                                  Structure of the Scheme for BED                              

Courses Credit Hours   Courses Credit Hours
Compulsory Courses 16 Compulsory Courses 19
Professional Courses 21 Professional Courses 51
Foundation Courses 15 Foundation Courses 24
Content Courses 09 Content Courses 26
Teaching Practice 06 Teaching Practice 15
Total Credit Hours 67 Total Credit Hours 135

                                                                                          

1st Semester   2nd Semester  
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr S# Code Pre Subject

Cr-

Hr

 
1 EN-301 - Functional English-I (Compulsory) 2  
1 EN-302 - English-II (Communication Skills Compulsory) 3  
2 ED-301 -

* Islamic Studies/ ** Ethics

(Compulsory)

3 2 ED-306 - Computer Literacy Compulsory) 3  
3 ED-307 - Classroom Management (Foundation) 3  
3 ED-302 - Child Development (Foundation) 3  
4 MT-302 - General Mathematics (Compulsory) 3  
4 ED-303   Urdu / Regional Languages (Content) 3  
5 HG-305 - Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) 2  
5 ED-304   General Science (Content) 3  
6 IS-402 - Methods of Teaching Islamic Studies (Professional) 3  
6 ED-305   General Methods of Teaching (Foundation) 3  
      Total 17  
      Total 17  
3rd Semester      
S# Code Pr e Subject Cr-Hr
1 ED-401 - Teaching Literacy Skills (Professional) 3
2 ED-402 - Art, Crafts and Calligraphy (Cont)     3
3 ED-403 -

Teaching of Urdu/Regional

Languages(Professional)

3
4 ED-404 - Teaching of G. Science (Professional) 3
5 ED-405 -

Instructional and Communication

Technology (ICT) in Education

(Professional)

3
6 ED-406 - Teaching Practice (Short Term) 3
      Total 18
4th Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 ED-407 - Classroom Assessment (Foundation) 2
2 ED-408 - Teaching of English (Professional) 3
3 ED-409 - Teaching of Mathematics (Professional) 3
4 ED-4010  

School, community and Teacher

(Foundation)

3
5 ED-4011   Teaching of Social Studies (Professional) 2
6 ED-4012   Teaching Practice 3
      Total 17
5th Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 HG-302 -

English – III (Technical Writing &

Presentation Skills) (Compulsory)

3
2 ED-501 - Foundations of Education (Foundation) 3
3 ED-502 - Content Course – I                         (from selected discipline – I) 3
4 ED-503 -

Content Course – I                        

(from selected discipline – II)

3
5 ED-504 - Curriculum Development (Foundation) 3
6 ED-505 - Educational Psychology (Foundation) 3
      Total 18
6th Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject

Cr-

Hr

1 ED-506 -

Contemporary Issues and Trends in

Education Professional)

3
2 ED-507 -

Content Course – II                          

(from selected discipline – I)

3
3 ED-508 -

Content Course – II                                

(from selected discipline – II)

3
4 ED-509   Comparative Education (Professional) 3
5 ED-5010  

Introduction to Guidance and

Counseling (Professional)

3
      Total 15

 

7th Semester    
S# Code Pre Subject

Cr-

Hr

1 ED-601 -

Content Course – III                              

(from selected discipline – I)

3
2 ED-602 -

Content Course – III                              

(from selected discipline – II)

3
3 ED-603 -

Pedagogy – I (Methods of Teachings

related to specialization – I)

3
4 ED-604 -

Pedagogy – II (Methods of teaching

related to specialization – II)

3
5 ED-605 -

Research Methods in Education

(Professional)

3
6 ED-606 - Teaching Practice (Short Term) 3
      Total 18
8th Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 ED-607 - School Management (Professional) 3
2 ED-608 -

Test Development and

Evaluation (Professional)

3
3 ED-609 - Teaching Practice (Long Term) 6
4 ED-6010 - Research Project (Professional)     3
      Total 15

Total Cr Hrs 135

MA Education

OBJECTIVE:

Prepare teachers who are distinguished by their comprehensive liberal learning, developed through the challenging liberal studies component and integration of the undergraduate degree program.

BENEFITS:

These degrees focus on teaching somebody how to be a teacher, with heavy emphasis on pedagogy, teaching methods, philosophy of education, and educational technology.

Overall, getting a Master’s degree is an excellent way to enrich and advance your teaching career. It establishes you as an expert teacher and increases your job opportunities, as well as the benefits you receive once you have a job. But an advanced teaching degree will also help your students in many ways, by preparing you to be the best teacher you can be, and ensuring that your students learn the most from you that they can.

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MAE (2 Years):

  • Masters or equivalent
  • Minimum 50% marks from an accredited institution.
  • Test and Interview.

Duration: 2 Years (4 semesters)

Semester Duration: 16-18 weeks

Semesters: 4

Course Load per Semester: 15-18 Cr-Hr

No of Courses per Semester: 5-6 (not more than 3 lab/ Practical Courses)

         

1st Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 MAE-701 - English –III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills) (Compulsory) 3
2 MAE -702 - Foundation of Education (Foundation) 3
3 MAE -703 - Content Course-I (from selected discipline-I) 3
4 MAE -704   Content Course-II (from selected discipline-II) 3
5 MAE -705   Curriculum Development (Foundation) 3
6 MAE -706   Education Psychology (Foundation) 3
      Total 18
2nd Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject

Cr-

Hr

1 MAE -707 - Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education (Professional) 3
2 MAE -708 - Content Course-I (from selected discipline-I) 3
3 MAE -709 - Content Course-II (from selected discipline-II) 3
4 MAE -7010 - Comparative Education (Professional) 3
5 MAE -7011 - Introduction to Guidance and counseling (Professional) 3
      Total 15
3rd Semester      

S

#

Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 MAE -7012 - Content Course-III (from selected discipline-I) 3
2 MAE -7013 - Content Course-III (from selected discipline-II) 3
3 MAE-7014 - Pedagogy-I (Methods of Teaching related to Specialization-I) 3
4 MAE-7015  

Pedagogy-II (Methods of

Teaching related to

Specialization-II)

3
5 MAE-7016 - Research Methods in Education (Professional) 3
6 MAE-7017 - Teaching Practice (Short Term) 3
      Total 18
4th Semester      

S

#

Code Pre Subject

Cr-

Hr

1 MAE-7018 - School Management (Professional) 3
2 MAE-7019 - Test Development and Evaluation (Professional) 3
3 MAE-7020 - Teaching Practice (Long Term) 6
4 MAE-7021   Research Project (Professional) 3
      Total 15

Total Cr Hrs = 66

B.Ed 1.5

After completing the program, the students will:

  • Create learning opportunities based on the cognitive, social, physical and emotional development of students;
  • Create a classroom environment that expedites learning by engaging students in positive social interaction and active learning;
  • Use different technologies to engage the students in meaningful learning in different subjects;
  • Understand the role of assessment and use formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate student learning;
  • Apply research skills in their teaching and administrative practices.

Duration: 18 Months (1.5 Years) Total Semesters: 03 Eligibility Criteria: MA/M.Sc. / 16 Year Education with at least 45% Marks Total Credit Hours: 54

1st Semester   2nd Semester
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 ED-501 - Foundations of Education  3 1 TE-402 - Teaching Practice I 3
2 ED-703 - Educational Measurement and Evaluation 3 2 ED-303 - Critical Thinking and Reflective Practices 3
3 DE-501 - Curriculum Development and Implementation 3 3 - - Area of Specialization (Course I) 3
4 ED-601 - Research Methods in Education 3 4 - - Area of Specialization (Course II) 3
5 TE-301 - General Methods of Teaching 3 5 - - Area of Specialization (Course III) 3
6 DE-303 - Human Development and Learning 3 6 - - Area of Specialization (Course IV) 3
      Total 18       Total 18

3rd Semester      
S# Code Pre Subject Cr-Hr
1 TE-405 - Teaching Practice II 3
2 ED-606 - Educational Management &  Leadership 3
3 ED-708 -

Citizenship Education and

Community Engagement

3
4 TE-601 - Professionalism in Teaching 3
5 ED-608 - Educational Statistics 3
6 ED-605 - Research Project  3
      Total 18

 Total Credit Hrs =54

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