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IGNOU M.Ed.Entrance Exam Guide 2018
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The applicants who want to appear in the Panjab University M.Ed Entrance Exam 2016 must satisfy the eligibility criteria that are stated below:
• The candidates must be a citizen of India
• It is also important that they satiate the domicile requirement of the country
• The general candidates applying for the M.Ed Entrance test must pass the B.Ed exam with a minimum of 55% marks in total
• The SC/ ST/ OBC candidate needs to attain a minimum of 50% marks in total
• M.Ed through Correspondence is allowed only to full time teachers, but the total marks requirement remain the same that is for general category it will be 55% and for reserved category it will be 50%
• The candidates applying for the exam must have 2 years of salaried working experience in a school recognized by affiliated board or University
• The candidates working in a school as part time teachers are also eligible for the entrance exam provided they are getting paid for the service
(i) Philosophy of Education: Nature, Scope and Functions
(ii) Education and Metaphysics: Metaphysical problems confronting educationists related to the nature of the world and nature of man.
(iii) Epistemology and Education: Types of Knowledge, Methods of acquiring knowledge with special reference to logical analysis, positive relativism and logical empiricism.
(iv) Axiology and Education: Meaning, classification and hierarchy of values, Role of education in inculcation of values.
(v) Western Schools of Philosophy (Idealism, Naturalism, Pragmatism, Existentialism, Marxism) with special reference to the concepts of reality, knowledge and values, their educational implications for aims, contents and methods of education.
(vi) Indian Schools of Philosophy (Sankhya, Vedanta, Buddhism, Islamic traditions, Sikhism) with special reference to the concepts of reality, knowledge and values, their educational implications for aims, contents and methods of education.
Educational Psychology: Concept, scope and its contribution. Methods: Experimental, case-study and observation.Human Development: Piaget’s and Bruner’s theories of cognitive development with their implications.Learning: Concept and process, theories of Skinner, Bandura, Kohler and Gagne’s hierarchyIndividual Differences and causes of inter and intra-individual differences, Intelligence: concept, theories of Cattel, Gardner and Guilford. Measurement of Intelligence by verbal, non-verbal and performance tests. Controversies in Intelligence testing, emergence of social and emotional intelligence.