CHRIST COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
P. O. Box. 7, ANAD NAGAR, BHOPAL - 462021
Dear M. Ed student,
As you are aware, that the M.Ed. Programme consists of three parts or courses of study:
A.
B.
C.
Foundation Papers and optional papers or Specialization papers
[5 x 100 = 500 marks]
Field Based Experiences related to supervision and evaluation of practice
teaching and other aspects of School experiences of B.Ed Programmed.
[ 50 marks]
Dissertation
[150 marks ]
In part (A) out of the total marks 25% are to be evaluated internally. This may comprise of:
i.
Assignments on the related subject (Practical oriented assignment with data collection
and analysis etc.)
ii.
Presentation using power point, slide show, OHP. etc.
iii
Seminars and Symposium
iv
Internal pen and Paper evaluation.
In part (B)
As Teacher educators, you are expected to supervise, observe and evaluate the Practice teaching
of the B.Ed. trainees. This may include observation and execution of Micro Teaching, Preparation of
teaching Schedule, Supervision of the teaching practice etc.
A file should be prepared and a detailed report should be submitted.
Part ( C) is Dissertation
 You can select current topics/issues related to education according to your area of interest. Select
about 10 topics related to it. You can get immense help from the internet.
 After selecting the topic with the guidance of your teachers, select one most Appropriate topic.
 Submit the Research proposal (summary) of your selected topic in 5-8 pages.
 There will be a paper presentation of your research proposal which may be discussed, cross
questioned and modified. Then a final Dissertation will be made.
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STRUCTURE OF RESEARCH PROPOSAL
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Title – Should be concise and descriptive.
Introduction – Conceptual background.
Review of the related Literature – Examines the recent or historical work done
on the subject.
Need and Significance of the study or Rationale of the study - Why this study ?
Limitations of the study – Areas and scope of study difficulties in getting materials
and information’s.
Objectives of the study – Purpose of investigation and aims of the proposed research.
Methodology – How to proceed
Hypothesis Sampling –
Tools
Data collection
Data Analysis
References
COMPONENTS OF RESEARCH DESIGN ( DISSERTATION)
Title of the study – Study should be as precise as possible.
Statement of the problem or Introduction – The problem of the study is to be stated
and posed in clear unambiguous and precise Terms.
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Review of Literature – A brief review of the literature to be given along with indications
as to how the present study would fill up the gap in the existing knowledge.
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Area and Scope of the study or limitations of the study – Specify the subject area and
coverage of the study both in respect of time and nature of data to be collected for the
purpose.
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Objectives of the study – Should be stated in precise terms of certain research questions
for which answers are sought Through Scientific inquiries.
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Methodology
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Hypothesis
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Sampling
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Tools
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Data collection
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Data Analysis
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Report Writing
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References - Final Dissertations should be submitted to the Guide. It will be evaluated
by the external examiner, along with the Head of the Department and Guide. There will
be detailed Viva Voce.
*After completion of the dissertation before the final Viva Voce. You are expected to have a
power point presentations with clarification and cross questioning. This may enable
you to prepare
for the final Viva Voce.
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