Department of Education

  • About
  • Syllabus and Course Outcome
  • Faculty Profile
  • Study Materials
  • Extension Activities
  • Results and Student Progression
  • Students' Section
  • Our Achievers
  • Testimonials
  • Routine
  • Lesson Plan
  • Continuous Evaluations
  • Event Reports
  • Slow and Advanced Learners
  • Gallery

Initiation and brief overview

Since 1981, the Department of Education has had only general courses. The honors section started from 2000. Right from the initial years till date, the Department has a sustained good academic record with University rank-holders (UG). At present, the Education Department has a five-member faculty ( 1 monastic member, 2 associate professors, 1 assistant professor and 1 guest lecturer).

Vision and outlook 

We visualize education as acquisition of knowledge, perfection of skills, inculcation of beneficial habits and above all as a means towards sustainable development. We focus on scaffolding and proximal development of our students so that they can be self-reliant and self-sufficient, keeping in view the CBCS syllabus under WBSU.

Methods of teaching

Apart from classroom lectures or the chalk and talk method, the Department uses ICT based classes and audio-visual aids, like Power-point presentations, to enhance learning interests. The Department also organizes educational tours and other extension activities each year as a part of the existing syllabus to imbibe a better understanding of philosophical, psychological, sociological and research methodological foundation of Education. Regular assessments through unit tests and class-tests and end of the semester mock-exams ensure that the students are well prepared for their final end-semester examinations. 

Infrastructure:

The Department maintains a Seminar Library constituting of relevant books and materials of reference that are not part of or available in the College Library. The Department also has a collection of educational AV material related to the Core Course syllabus. It also has a rich collection of wall magazines and projects related to the syllabus. We also have a computer laboratory as practical is a major part of CBCS curriculum.

Email:

education@rksmvv.ac.in

Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/362794057831447/?ref=share

Syllabus

WBSU syllabus for Education BA under UGC prescribed syllabus template for CBCS semester

Courses Offered

Honours
Generic Elective

COURSE OUTCOME:

Education is an interdisciplinary subject. The pillars of which are Educational Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Educational Sociology, Research Methodology, Educational Administration and Management, Educational Policies, Mental Health and Hygiene, Pedagogy, Statistical Interpretation, ICT, Educational Tours, Curriculum Development, Environmental Awareness and various other Skill Enhancement courses. For an all-round development of individual education should be based on Ideals, Individual Differences and Societal Demands. Students are well aware of these three bases of education. To enhance and propagate scientific mentality this course includes different methodologies of research. Every educational institution can be managed through the principles taught in Educational Management and Administration. Constitutional Provision of Education, Educational Policies give an insight to the policy making side of the existing education system. ‘A Sound Mind Resides in A Sound Body’…goes the proverb, students can take up this paper and can have a chance of delving into the world of mental wellness and counselling. Pedagogy is for those who inspire to become teachers in future, it teaches them Science of Teaching and Learning. In order to strengthen students’ computational skills, Statistics and ICT is given its due importance in this course. Students learn the stages, bases and process of Curriculum Development. Contemporary issues related to society; environment is also dealt with utmost relevance. Thus, it is truly opined that Education is a multidisciplinary subject.

Course Specific Outcome

Paper Course Specific Outcome
Semester I

 

CC1: Educational Philosophy

❖ To understand the meaning, nature. Scope of modern education

❖ To explain the different forms and functions of education

❖ To be acquainted with the different Indian and Western Philosophical thoughts

❖ To be able to inculcate values enshrined in Indian Constitution as well as be aware of the articles related to education

❖ To have knowledge about the contributions of some selected educators.

CC2: Educational Psychology

 

❖ To understand the meaning of Educational Psychology and be acquainted with its different aspects

❖ To know the neuro-physiological perspectives

❖ To be acquainted with different theories of Intelligence and Creativity

❖ To be aware of different patterns of human development

❖ To have knowledge about psychology of Learning

Semester II

CC3: Educational Sociology

❖ To understand the relation between Sociology and Education, nature and scope of Educational Sociology

❖ To explain the concept of Social Groups and Socialisation

❖ To enable the students to understand the concept of Social Change and Social Interaction in Education

❖ To become aware of social communication in Education

❖ To be informed about different social issues

❖ To become familiar with the concept of Sustainable Development

CC4: Pedagogy ❖ To understand different perspectives of the Science of Teaching

❖ To be able to learn to apply pedagogical implications

❖ To introduce varied bases Of Pedagogy

Semester III

CC5: Education in Pre-Independence India

❖ To know the Development of Education in Ancient and Medieval India

❖ To have knowledge about the development of Education under East India Company

❖ Explain the development of Education from 1854-1947

CC6: Education in Post-Independence India ❖ To know the development of Education from 1947 to 2009 through various commissions, Missions, Education Act
CC7: Contemporary Issues
CC7: Field tour and Report Writing
❖ To have an in-depth knowledge about some traditional issues like language problems, problems of Vocational and Technical education
❖ To be aware of different social issues like backward classes, adult and non-formal education❖ To understand problems of equalisation of educational opportunities and National Curriculum Framework

❖ To accustom students to write field report on the basis of first-hand information gathered through Educational Tours

❖ To be able to plan and execute an educational tour

Semester IV
CC8: Educational Management
❖ To develop a basic understanding of Educational Management, its types and needs

❖ To get an idea about Supervision and Management

❖ To orient students with the concepts of Total Quality Management and Management Information System

❖ To acquaint the students with specific agencies as MHRD, UGC, NCERT, SCERT, WBSCHE

❖ To have a clear idea about Planning and Management in Educational Institutions

CC9: Basics of Educational Research and Evaluation ❖ Learn about preliminary concepts on Research Methodology like nature, need and types of educational research

❖ Be aware about the types of sampling

❖ To understand the meaning, nature and types of Research Hypothesis

❖ To understand the basic difference between measurement and Evaluation

❖ To learn about principles and characteristics of evaluation and measurement

❖ To have a clear idea about various classifications of educational and psychological tests

❖ To acquire knowledge about Reliability and Validity

CC10: Statistics in Education

CC10: Statistics Practical

❖ To develop the concept of Statistics and to nurture skill in analysing descriptive measures

❖ To be acquainted with the concept of Normal Probability Curve and its uses in Education

❖ To develop a concept of measures of relationship

❖ To develop the ability to organise relevant educational data and to represent educational data through graphs and to develop skill in displaying and interpreting data

❖  Students are expected to collect data with the objective of describing the nature and characteristics of the two distributions, comparing the distributions and finding association between two sets of data by applying tabulation of data, determination of different measures of central tendency and variability

❖ To be able to draw frequency polygon, ogive

❖ Learn to write report on statistical practical

Semester V
CC11: Guidance and Counselling
❖ To know the basic concept of guidance

❖ To know the basic concept of counselling

❖ To be aware of some mental disorders and how to cope with different situations

CC12: Educational Technology
CC12: Basic ICT
❖        To know the concept, nature and limitations of technology

❖ To have knowledge about communication

❖ To be informed about instructional technology

❖ To understand and have basic knowledge about computer and its components

❖ To learn basic DTP operations

❖ To learn basic Excel Operation

❖ To learn how to make powerpoint file/slide presentation

DSE2: Teacher Education ❖ To know about the development of teacher education in pre independent and post independent India

❖ To make a clear concept of an ideal teacher

❖ To have the knowledge of some modern methodology of teaching

DSE3: Life skill Education ❖ To understand the meaning and characteristics of life skill

❖ To know the role of institutes, parents, teachers, government and NGOs in imparting life skill education

❖ To make aware about domestic violence act and pocso
 

Semester VI

CC13:

❖ To understand the concept of curriculum and to differentiate among curriculum and syllabus

❖ To know about the types and basic sources of curriculum

❖ To have knowledge about the need to form aims and objectives of curriculum

❖ To know about CBCS model

❖ To be aware of some approaches and models of curriculum evaluation

CC14: ❖ To know the development of special education in India

❖ To know the concept nature and characteristics of special education

❖ To become familiar with the definition and characteristics of gifted children and slow learners

❖ To know the types of different impairments

DSE5: Peace Education ❖ To know the concept and importance of peace education

❖ To become familiar  with the  barriers of peace education

❖  To understand the role of education to maintain peace

DSE6: Environmental Education ❖ To have the basic concept of ecosystem and role of education

❖ To know the meaning, components of environmental education

❖ To understand the causes of various pollutions and the way out

❖ To know some environmental movements

EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

Extension Lectures and Seminars

Serial No Date Name and Designation of Visiting Lecturer Topic
1. 04.10.2017 Dr. Sutripta Banerjee, Assistant Professor, C.S.S.M college Excel Operation
2. 02.03.2017 Dr. Devika Guha, Associate Professor, H.O.D, B.ed Department, Loreto College Pedagogy
30.01.2019 Dr. Amulya Kumar Acharya,

Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Education, Panihati Mahavidyalaya

Pedagogy and its practical implication
3. 21.11.2019 Sm. Sangeeta Banerjee Sm. Shukla Das (an active worker of Anjali, an NGO for differently abled children) Autism
4. 15.09.2019 22.09.2019 29.09.2019 15.10. 2019 20.10.2019 Sm. Soma Roy Karmakar (Director of Rahi Foundation, Kolkata) Sm. Gargi Banerjee, development consultant and social worker) PCOS & DVA ( a series of extension lectures)
5. 7.02.2020 Dr. Miratun Nahar

Dr. Sabyasachi Chatopadhyay

Dr. Subhendu Dasmunshi

Dr. Shyamal Chakraborti

Dr. Rohini Dharmapal and

Dr. Sabita Chaudhuri

An inter-departmental seminar organised jointly by History, Political Science and Education in commemoration of the 200th Birth Anniversary of Pandit Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar.
6. 03.06.2020 Sm. Rashmi Chatoopadhyay, a renowned psychologist and counsellor A webinar on  ‘A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body Amidst Social Distancing’.
7. 10.06.2020 Sm. Indira Bandopadhyay, a psychologist and a popular singer. webinar on  ‘A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body Amidst Social Distancing’.
8. 07.07.2020 Sm. Sangita Biswas— MA(WBSU)

Sm. Keya Mallick—-MA(WBSU) B.Ed(GCBT)

Sm. Sumana Metya—MA(CU) B.Ed(Banipur),

SACT1(RKSMVV)

Sm Sayanti Nandi—MA(DHWU), B.Ed (Gobordanga Hindu College)

Sm. Swati Sen—MA(JU)

An orientation programme for the final year students of the department for the purpose of sharing information on admission in PG regular courses by the alumni of this department.
9. 09.07.2020 Debaroti Tarafder—MA(RBU, distance mode), B.Ed, M.Ed.

Sutanwi Das Biragya— MA(KU, distance mode)

A departmental webinar on  the topic “Information on admission in PG course (distance mode)—- A Step Forward.
10. 16.07.2020 Taniya Bala—SSC qualified, posted in Binodini Girls’ High School as Assistant Teacher.

Bipasha Das— NET & SET qualified(yet to be posted)

Amrita Ghosh—SSC qualified, Assistant Teacher in Sutia Pallyunnayan Bidyapith, Barasat

RitaRani Mondal— TET qualified, posted as Primary teacher in Bodhodoya Primary school.

A departmental webinar on “Career counselling”, captioned Future Planning. Alumni of the department shared their practical knowledge to the final year students.
11. 05.09.2020 Dr. Rohini Dharmapal, Asst. Professor, Department of Education, RKSMVV. A One day webinar on the topic “Mulyobodher Sekal-Ekal”. It was organised jointly by Departments of Education, RKSMVV and East Calcutta Girls’ College.
12. 19.11.2020 Smt Soma Roy Karmakar, Director, Rahi Foundation

Smt. Gargi Banerjee Development Consultant and social worker(child protection and child rights).

A One day State level Webinar on ‘Child Sexual Abuse and POCSO by the department of Education, RKSMVV in collaboration with IQAC, RKSMVV.
13. 11.06.2021 Teachers of the department met the final year students on 11th June, 2021 to discuss about the future prospect of studying Education. Orientation was offered to students about progression after completion of U.G. course in Education.

 

Educational Trips

Serial No Date Place or Places visited Objective
1. Santiniketan To offer first hand

information about the

life and works of

Rabindranath Tagore

2. Narendrapur Boy’s Blind academy ‘I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand’, real life experiences of the blind boys motivated our students to learn more about the specially abled students.

RESULTS AND STUDENT PROGRESSION

University Results

Year Appeared Passed 1st Class College topper
2020 21 21 20 Soma Das
2019 13 13 08 Rinita Ghosh
2018 11 10 07 Lisa Das
2017 14 14 07 Ishita Sarkar
2016 14 14 08 Soma Maity
2015 22 22 01           X

Student progression

Student progression Against % enrolled
Pursing higher studies 75%
PG to M.Phil/ Preparing competitive exams 20%
B. Ed or equivalent 15%
Qualified NET/ SET 2%
Employed:

Part time

Permanent

55%
Entrepreneurship/self- employment 60%

 

Sl. No. Names of students Field in which they are attached
1. Jayanti Sarkar M.Ed., Institute for Women, Hastings College
2. Rinita Ghosh MA, JU
3. Sima Mondal MA, JU
4. Swati Sen MA, JU
5. Eva Sultana MA, Aliyah University
6. Shormi Habib B.Ed., Kobiguru College of education
7. Sayanti Nandy B.Ed., Gobordanga Hindu College
8. Debjani Mondal M.Ed., Madhyamgram B.Ed college
9. Debaroti Tarafdar RJ, FM Rainbow & B.Ed(Satyapriya Roy College)
10. Shreyoshi Ghosh MA(dance), RBU
11. Aditi Nath MA, WBSU
12. Priya Mishra KCBPL broadband(private job)
13. Minakshi Biswas Asst. Teacher
14. Mithu Maity Das Keya Seth(private job)

STUDENTS SECTION

Departmental achievements

  1. Donation drive: Teachers and students(honours) of the department arranged donation drive for needy students of a school in Sandeshkhali, 24 Parganans(S), through an NGO named ‘Kolkata Festival’ on 05.09.2019. The students were provided with clothes, dry food, stationery items. Sanitary napkins were also distributed to the mothers of these students. Students of our department have been awarded Certificate of Excellence for their contribution.
  2. Triparna Modak, Semester II secured First position in Intra-college cultural competition (First Semester talent Search Competition) which was held on 12th & 13th April, 2021.

Co-curricular Awards:

Year Names Rank
2018 Papiya Bhadra & Soma Das 2nd Debate
Eva Sultana 3rd Do
Eyachmin Mondal 1st Yoga
Tarulata Halder 2nd Do
Eva Sultana 3rd Photography
Soma Das 1st Essay
Sreyashi Ghosh 1st Dance(creative)
Mamoni Mondal 2nd Rabindra Nritya
Soma Das 2nd Elocution
2017 Avidha De 2nd Bhajan
Sreyoshi Ghosh 1st Creative & Rabindra nritya
Mamoni Mondal 2nd alpona
Soma Das 3rd alpona
Eva Sultana 2nd Recitation
2016 Ishita Sarkar Good conduct & regular attendance
Eva Sultana 2nd Recitation
Sayanti Nandi 3rd Reciation
Sreyoshi Ghosh 2nd Rabindra nritya

 

2015 Shilpi Bhattacharya 1st Alpona
Sayanti Nandi 3rd Do
Sreyashi Kar 3rd Extempore
Shilpa Pal 3rd Essay
Keya Mullick Book award(library)

ACHIEVERS

  1. 20 students out of 21 secured first class in B.A. Part III exam, 2020.
  2. Soma Das secured 660 out of 800 in B.A. Part III exam, 2020, securing first position in WBSU. She is also college topper.
  • A. First semester, WBSU— First rank holder Soma Das with 88.67%
  1. A. First semester, WBSU—Third Namrata Mondal (86.67%)
  2. A. First semester, WBSU—Tenth Mamoni Mondal (84.34%)
  3. A. First semester, ECGC—First Moumita Saha (78.3%)
  • A. First semester, ECGC—Fifth Riya Roy (76.3%)

Rank holders:

Names of student Rank occupied Names of Examination Year University
Taniya Bala First B.A. Part III 2011 W.B.S.U.
Esha Pakira Eighth B.A. Part III 2012 W.B.S.U.
Sumana Metya First B.A. Part III 2013 W.B.S.U.
Archana Patra Sixth B.A. Part III 2013 W.B.S.U
Debasmita Basu Fifth B.A. Part III 2014 W.B.S.U

Students qualifying for competitive exams and jobs

NET/SET SSC Other Govt exam.(Primary TET) Civil Service Per time lecturer in Govt sponsored college
2019   2   2    —   —
2018    —   3(Nayantara mondal, Taniya Bala, Amrita Ghosh)   1   1 1 (Pallabi Biswas)
2017    1(Sumana Metya)   —   1(Asha Mondal)   —
2016    —  —    —    —
2015   1(Srabanti Sarkar)   1    —   —
NAME: Sumana Metya
PASSING YEAR : 2013 Honours in Education
QUALIFICATIONS : M.A. NET, SET
PRESENT POST : SACT I
PRESENT POSTING : Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan
My college days will remain an indelible memory. Vidyabhavan is my second home, a
divine place – full of inspiration, knowledge, love, affection, hope, sincerity, serenity and
blessings. I express my sincere gratitude to the teachers for their constant guidance,
patience and encouragement that have played a pivotal role in shaping my goals and
my achievements.
NAME: Amrita Ghosh
PASSING YEAR : 2010 Honours in Education
QUALIFICATIONS : M.A. (Education) B. Ed (Special Education), PG Diploma in Guidance, Psychological Counseling and Family Therapy (JU)
PRESENT POST : Assistant Teacher
PRESENT POSTING : Sutia Barasat Palli Unnayan Vidyapith
I am an alumnus of Ramkrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan.I completed graduation from the department of Education in 2010. The three years of college was the golden period of my life – enjoying the classroom teaching but also learning valuable lessons of life. Our teachers were our friends, philosophers and guides. Their advice and blessings remains a constant companion in conducting me through life’s challenges. Today I am employed as a high school teacher. I learnt from my teachers to recognise unity in diversity and apply it in my own approach as a teacher. I would like to express my sincere respect and gratitude to my college and my teachers.