The duration of B.Ed programme shall be one year with two semesters, having a semester break of two months in between two semesters. There shall be a minimum of 550 hrs distributed over 100 working days in each semester . In the second semester 30 working days are allotted for teaching practice.
Those students who have a minimum of 75% average attendance for all the courses can register for the examination. The student who have shortage of attendance should repeat the course along with the next batch.
Admission to the B.Ed course is according to the MG University schedule. Admission in the merit seat for B.Ed course will be as per the centralized allotment procedure of the Government of Kerala. 50% of the seats will be filled by Management.
The duration of M.Ed programme shall be one year with two semesters. The duration of each semester shall be 90 working days spread over 18 working weeks. In the second semester 18 working days are allotted for internship programme. The students have to submit a dissertation at the end of the 2nd semester for successful completion of close.
Admission to the M.Ed course is according to the MG University schedule. Admission in the merit seat for M.Ed course will be as per the centralized allotment procedure of the Government of Kerala. 50% of the seats will be filled by Management.
Teachers will register the attendance of students at the beginning of each period.
A student who is not in the class when attendance is taken shall be marked absent. It will however be permissible for the teacher to mark present a student coming late, on the merit of the case.
Absence from the class for a period will be considered absence for the forenoon or the afternoon session as the case may be.
The Annual Certificate of attendance and Progress required for admission to the University Examination will not ordinarily be issued unless (i) a student has the minimum of 75% of attendance prescribed by the University (ii) the student has completed the course of instructions to the satisfaction of the authorities and (iii) his or her conduct throughout has been satisfactory.
Application for leave should ordinarily reach the principal a day before it is required. In case of sudden illness or other unforeseen reason application for leave should reach him before noon of the day
A student required leave for a period or portion thereof must apply for it to the Lecturers concerned before the class begins.
A student in need of leaving the class in one session of a day must apply for permission in writing to
Leave should not be taken in combination with holidays.
Absence without leave shall be liable to pay a fine to be decided by the principal.
Students who are absent without leave for two or more days consecutively shall submit before entering the class a written explanation for their absence to the principal.
Leave of absence should not be availed of as a matter of right. Genuine and acceptable reasons should be furnished.
No Student will be granted leave for more than 10 days in an academic year. When leave is applied for owing to sickness production of proper Medical certificate may be required.
If a student absents himself/herself for five consecutive working days without applying for leave, his/her name will ordinarily be removed from the rolls of the college.
The Library and reading room shall be open from 8.30 am to 5.30 p.m. on all working days.
Strict silence, discipline and decorum must be observed in the library and the reading room.
No student shall damage, write or make any mark on or inside any book or journal belonging to college.
Reference books shall not be lent out to students.
Students should apply for books using their library cards between 9 a.m. and 12 noon and the books applied for will be issued between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on the same day.
Two books will be issued at a time from the library in the usual course.
The reader shall be held responsible for any damage done to book or any Library-property. Before the books are taken out each student should satisfy himself/ herself that the books lent out to him/her are in good condition and if not, the fact should be brought to notice of the Librarian.
If a book or any Library property is damaged or lost the reader will have to replace it or pay three times the cost of the book etc. A greater penalty may be imposed according to the gravity of the offence.
Books are to be returned in the forenoon.
Books should not be retained for more than twelve days. They must be returned on the due date even if the borrowers are on leave.
Members are not allowed to sublend the books of the Library.
All the books and other property of the college in possession of the student should be returned before the final examination.
Readers desirous of using the reference section shall enter their names in register provided for temporary reading and return the volume immediately after use on the same day.
Every student is expected to make the best use of the college Library and the reading room and to maintain a record of his work.
Students are instructed to be in library during the working hours if they have no other allotted work. Special library hours are provided in the time-table with a view to intensify the reading habits of students. Practical record of the Library work shall be submitted to the lecturer concerned for correction and evaluation.
Internal evaluation shall be done on the bases of the attendance, assignment/project/survey/seminar and test paper conducted by the college.
There will be an examination conducted by university at the end of each semester.
Students who happen to have no allotted work should not loiter in the college premises during working hours. They are expected to be in the Library during the hours when they have no work according to the time table.
Students are forbidden from attending or organizing any meeting or collecting money for any such purpose without the previous approval by the Principal. They should not circulate among the students any notice or petition or paste it up anywhere in the college premises without the written permission of the Principal.
Trainees should always be respectful to the staff of the institution, and should show themselves love of decency and decorum.
Smoking or any other misbehavior in the college premises and general neglect of studies and other duties will be considered as serious offense.
For neglect of work or for any misconduct of a serious nature a student is liable to be declared unfit for teaching profession and dismissed from the institution.
Use of mobile phone in the campus is strictly prohibited.
Sahodharan Ayyappan Memorial College Of Education
Poothotta , Poothotta P.O
Sahodharan Ayyappan Memorial College Of Education,
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