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Course Scheme  
Research Project  

Department of Education


The School of Education, BGSBU was established in the year 2014. Since its inception, the School has been making constant endeavour to provide education compatible with national and international standards and requirement. The School of Education offers 02 Year M.Ed. programme under Choice Based Credit System Scheme and M.Phil/Ph.D programmes.  The M.Ed course is designed to prepare the young teachers who in turn will improve the quality of school education and enhance the learning level of children up to an optimum level. Recognizing the challenges and need of education in the country, the department is promoting innovation through research by offering M.Phil/Ph.D programmes with the aim to enhance the students’ engagement in conducting quality research.

             Front View of Deparment

  The main thrust areas of research programme/s are teacher education, educational management and administration, educational psychology, cognition and learning, mental health, gender education, Open and Distance learning, ICT and inclusive education.  For the academic growth and excellence of the students, the School has a well equipped computer lab with 24×7 Internet Access. In order to improve the quality of all programmes, the entire curriculum is revised/modified at regular intervals or whenever required.

  The School of Education, BGSBU has launched Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) programme ( 2018) with the aim to develop an understanding of teaching learning process at secondary and senior secondary level among student teachers. The Bachelor of Education (B.ED) programme of School of Education, BGSB, and University has been designed with the aim to develop an understanding of teaching-learning process at secondary and senior secondary level among students teaches. Its focus shall be on enabling student teachers to reflect critically on perspectives of education and integrate historically the theory and practices to facilitate active engagement of learners of knowledge creation.