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  • M. Ed. Entrance Exam Education
    by Arastu Pathak

  • M.Ed. Entrance Exam
    by Arihant Experts

  • IGNOU M.Ed.Entrance Exam Guide 2018
    by GPH Panel Of Experts

  • M.ED Entrance Exam Guide with Previous Year Solved papIGNOU ers- 2018
    by GPH Panel Of Experts

  • Handbook Of M.Ed. Entrance
    by Chaman Lal Banga

About DU CIE M.Ed.
The M.Ed Program is distributed into five components – Research Methods, Perspective Courses, Specialization Courses, Seminar and Projects and Dissertation. The candidates can enroll themselves in the course for in-depth knowledge as well as specialization in the subject of Education. The syllabus is kept in line with National Council for Teacher Education norms. The students of M.Ed must develop their research capacities through this course.

Syllabus :

1.    Research and Education :

  • Meaning of research and educational research.

  • Need for educational research.

  • Characteristic of the research process.

  • Factors hindering educational research.

  • Types of research.

  • Teachers and research.

  • Ethical consideration in research.

2.    Selection The Research Problem :

  • Source of research problem.

  • Characteristics a research problem.

  • Criteria used in selecting a research problem.

  • Narrowing the rang of the problem.

  • Drafting a research proposal.

3.    Steps In The Research Process :

  • Identifying a problem

  • Constructing a hypothesis / objectives / questions.

  • Reviewing the literature.

  • Identifying and labeling variables.

  • Constructing operational definitions.

  • Manipulating and controlling variables.

  • Sampling procedures.

  • Decision regarding tools to be used and preparation thereof.

  • Data collection.

  • Statistical analysis and interprepretation.

  • Writing a research report.

4.    The Research Hypothesis :

  • Meaning a hypothesis.

  • Criteria for evaluating hypothesis.

  • Some objections to hypothesis construction.

  • Writing the research hypothesis.

  • Types of hypothesis.

  • Independent and dependent variables of a hypothesis.

  • Constructing operational definition of variables

  • Testing a hypothesis.

5.    Resource for Research :

  • Reference books : Encyclopedia, Dictionaries, Almanacs and Yearbooks, Directories, Biographical sources, Bibliographical sources.

  • Books and monographs : Cards Catalog, Book-lists and Reviews.

  • Periodical and Pamphlets : News papers, Periodicals, Micro films and other aids.

  • Dissertations, theses and research journals.

6.    Research Work Done In Gujarat :

  • Institutions conducting research, nature of studies undertaken.

7.    Methods of Research :

  • Historical Methods: Collection of data, primary and secondary sources, external and internal criticism of source materials, interpretations in historical research.

  • Surveys : Schools surveys, job analysis, documentary analysis, public opinion surveys, community surveys.

  • Inter-relationship studies : Case study, causal comparative studies, correlation studies.

  • Development studies : Longitudinal and cross sectional studies, trend studies.

  • Experimental research : Definition of an experiment, variables in experimental research, criteria for evaluating experimental designs, internal validity methods of equating experimental and control groups, external validity control of the experiment.

8.    Sampling Techniques :

  • Population and sample.

  • Defining the population.

  • Importance of sampling.

  • Characteristics of a good sample.

  • When should the sample be large.

  • Sampling biases.

  • Sampling techniques.

    1. Probability samples: simple random sampling, stratified random sampling, systematic sampling, and cluster sampling.

    2. Judgment samples : Incidental sampling, purposive sampling, quota sampling.

    3. Other sampling techniques; Sampling by pairs, double sampling, sequential sampling.

  • Mistakes often made in sampling.

9.    Tools of Research :

  • Questionnaire :

  • Advantages and disadvantages of questionnaires.

  • Forms of questionnaires.

  • Types of questionnaires items.

  • Questionnaire format.

  • Preliminary tryout.

  • Techniques for usable returns.

  • Ratability and validity of questionnaires.

  • Interview :

  • Advantages and disadvantages of interview.

  • Effects of interview on data collection.

  • Reliability, objectivity, and validity of interview.

  • Biasing factors in the interview.

  • Types of interview : individual and group, structured and unstructured.

  • Conduct of interview.

  • Observation :

    • Simple Observation : In controlled, participant and nonparticipant.

    • Aid in simple observation.

    • Systematic observation : Control over the observer and the observed.

  • Rating Scales :

    • Numerical scales.

    • Graphic scales.

    • Descriptive graphic scales.

    • Rule for constructing scales.

    Standardized tests :

    • Characteristic of a good standardized test.

    • Factors to be considered in test selection.

    • Using tests in research.

    • Different types of standardized test;

      • Intelligence, aptitudes, achievement, diagnostic, measure of interest, personality, attitude scale.

    • Tests available in Gujarati version.

    • Mistakes often committed in selecting, administrating and using standardized tests.

  • Other tools : Checklist, scorecard, sociometry, Q-sort techniques, the semantic differential, content analysis

10.    Treatment of Data :

  • Classification of data.

  • Qualification and description of data.

  • Types of scores: Continuous scores, rank scores, dichotomies, categories.

  • General descriptive statistics and statistical in reference.

  • Conclusions and generalizations.

11.    Writing Research Report :

  • Format, style, typing, quotations, footnotes, bibliography, pagination, tables, figures, graph, chapterization (divisions of a report)

  • Introduction section.

  • Review of the literature section.

  • Methods section

  • Results section.

  • Summary and discussion section.

  • References.

  • Abstract.

  • Mistakes in preparing research reports

Objectives :

  1. To develop in the student understanding of the concept, objectives and principles of teacher education.

  2. To acquaint the student with focal points in the development of teacher education in India with reference to its changing concept.

  3. To acquaint the student with existing practices regarding structure, curriculum and evaluation in teacher education at different level.

  4. To enable the student to understand teaching and training techniques.

  5. To enable the student to organise various types of student teaching programme.

  6. To enable the student to organise various types of student teaching programme.

  7. To enable the student to know the concept and practice of evaluation in teacher education.

  8. To aquaint the student with the innovative practice in teacher education.

  9. To develop in the student professional ethics.

Course :

Unit 1        Concept and Objectives of Teacher Education :

  1. Meaning, nature and concept of teacher training and teacher education.

  2. Needs of the educational system and the teacher education programme.

  3. Need of the learner the teacher education.

  4. Objectives teacher education of primary, secondary and college level.

Eligibility criteria of DU CIE MEd Admission 2018
The candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria in order to appear for DU CIE MEd Entrance Test 2016:
• The candidates who want to appear for the M.Ed program must secure a minimum of 50% marks in B.Ed/ B.A. / B.Sc/ B.EI. Ed and D.EI.Ed with undergraduate degree
• In each case, the candidates must secure a minimum of 50% marks
• The students of foreign nationals are also eligible for the entrance test, but they are exempted from the entrance exam

Exam Pattern of DU CIE MEd Admission 2018
CIE DU MEd exam pattern:

SubjectsMarks
Part IEducational Theory40
Research Aptitude
Analytical Ability
Part IIDescriptive Type45

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