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Bombay Teachers' Training College

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M. A. (Education)

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

For the Programmes Under

The Faculty of Humanities

For the Course



Two-Year Postgraduate Programme

Semester-I to Semester-IV


The duration of the course leading to the Master of Arts in Education (Educational Management and Technology) shall be of two academic years. Each year shall be divided into two Semesters i.e. July to December and January to April.

Eligibility Conditions for M A Education Programme

 Candidates must fulfill following eligibility Conditions. 

  1. Candidates seeking admission to the M.A. 2 Years programme should have obtained at least 50% marks or/and equivalent grade in the following programmes.

Category-I: Candidates with at least 50% marks in aggregate either in Bachelor‘s Degree and / or in the Master‘s Degree in Discipline of Science / Social Science / Humanities / Commerce / Mathematics / Business / or any the qualification Science equivalent thereto are eligible for admission to the programme.

Category-II: Candidates with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Bachelor‘s Degree in Engineering Technology or Technology and specialization in Science and Mathematics with 50% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto are eligible for admission to the programme.

Category-III: Candidates with at least 50% marks in aggregate in Bachelor‘s Degree in Education (Bachelor of Education B.Ed. / B. El. Ed / B. A.) from any University recognized by UGC.

Relaxation of minimum percentage of marks for candidates from the reserved category will be as per the state government and university rules.

  1. O. The M. (EDUCATION) Degree shall be taken by Theory and Dissertation.
  2. The duration of the full time course shall be of two years.

Admission Procedure

 Admission shall be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination as per the state government and university rules.


The institution shall charge only such fees as prescribed by the affiliating body/ state government concerned.

O            Curriculum: Curriculum, Programme    Implementation  and Assessment

The M.A. (EDUCATION) programme is designed to provide opportunities for students to extend as well as deepen their knowledge and understanding of Education, specialize in select areas and also develop research capacities. The curriculum of 2 years M. A. (EDUCATION) programme shall comprise of the following components: Core Courses, Elective Courses and Practicum Courses.



 The courses along with their credits are as follows:

Components Courses Credits
 Core Courses (4 credits each)
Semester I:
1.Philosophical Perspective in Education
2.Sociological Perspectives in Education
3.Psychological Perspectives in Education
4.Educational Management and Leadership

Semester II:
5.Research In Education
6.ICT in Education
7.Academic Writing

Semester III:
8.Advanced Educational Research
9.Educational Administration & Entrepreneurship

Semester IV:
10.Emerging Educational Technologies


10*4 = 40


Elective Courses (Any One)

(4 credits each)

Semester II:
Elective Course I
1.Discipline-Specific Pedagogy (Languages)
2.Discipline-Specific Pedagogy (Social Sciences)
3.Discipline-Specific Pedagogy (Science & Mathematics)
4.Discipline-Specific Pedagogy (Commerce, Economics & Business)

3*4 =12

Semester III:
Elective Course II
1.Curriculum Studies
2.Gender Studies and Education
3.History of Education in India
4.Politics and Economics of Education
Semester IV:
Elective Course III
1.Pedagogy, Andragogy and Assessment
2.Contemporary Teacher Education
3.Guidance and Counselling
4.Inclusive Education
Semester I:
1.Community Work / Service Learning (One Week)
Semester II:
2.Digital Tools for Virtual Classroom
Semester III:
3.Project Work-I (Educational Administration)
4.Internship (6 Weeks)
Semester IV:
5.Project work-II (Learning Management System)
Total Credits 80

M A Syllabus click here