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Page 1 of 66SyllabusforMasters in EducationM. Ed. (2 Year)Programme.: Session 2015 (July)As per National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) regulationsand based on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) patternSchool of EducationCentral University of KashmirSyllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 2 of 66Course Structure for M. Ed. Two Year ProgrammeCourseTitleCodeSemester ociologicalFoundationsof102EducationMTE-CEconomics of Education103Subject Centred Electives (Any One)MTE-EGuidance and onMTE-ESelf Development106MTE-EInclusive Education107MET-EGender Education108Foundation Courses Electives (Any One)AbilityEnhancementCourse:AECPersonality DevelopmentSemester IIMTE-CProcess of Education201MTE-CLearner and the Learning -ISubject Centred Electives (Any One)MTE-EComparative Education204MTE-EElementary Education205MTE-EMental Health and inable DevelopmentMET-EAdolescence Education208Foundation Courses Compulsory (Any One)Ability Enhancement Course AECPeace bus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 3 of 66Semester CCurriculum -IISubject Centred Electives (Any One)MTE-EModels of Teaching304MET-EPreparation of School Teacher305MET-ESecondary Education306MET-EHealth Education307MET-EEducational Planning and Finance308Open Elective GenericOpen Generic Elective (ValueOGE IEducation)PRACTICUMMET-FEField Experiences and Practicum310Semester IVMTE-C401MTE-C402MTE-C403Statistics in 0040601006--15015044060100Educational Administration and4SupervisionPolicy Perspectives And Issues InIndian Education4MTE-CDissertation404Open Elective Generic (Any one)OGE II4Open Generic Elective (HigherEducation)86Total7801320Total Credit Value1st Semester202nd Semester203rd Semester224th Semester22Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of KashmirTotal842100

Page 4 of 66MTE-C: 101 PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATIONCourse Objectives: It aims at developing the following competencies amongst the learners:1. Knowing the meaning of philosophy and philosophical foundations of education.2. Understanding the nature and functions of philosophy of education.3. Logical analysis, interpretation and synthesis of various concepts, proposition andphilosophical assumptions about educational phenomena.4. Understanding and use of philosophical methods and in studying educational data.5. Developing philosophical insight for resolution of educational issues.6. Critical appraisal of contributions of great educators to education and society.7. Comparing partially and holistically concepts of education between/among variousphilosophical schools/traditions.UNIT-I: PHILOSOPHY AND EDUCATIONÏÏÏÏMeaning and scope of philosophyFunctions of philosophyMeaning and scope of educationRelationship between education and philosophyUNIT- II: INDIAN SCHOOLS OF PHILOSOPHYÏÏÏNyaya- VyseshikaSamkhya- YogaBuddha- JainaUNIT III: WESTERN SCHOOLS OF RealismLogical positivismExistentialismUNIT IV: EDUCATIONAL THINKERS: INDIAN & WESTERNÏÏÏÏÏÏMK GandhiAurobindoTagoreJohn DewyRoussoueuBertrand RusselSyllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 5 of 66CORE READINGS1. Bramel, D. Patterns of Educational Policy, New York, Hold Rinehart &Winston.1971.2. Broudy, H.S (1977) Building a Philosophy of Education, New York: Kringer.3. Brown, L. M. Aims of Education, New York, Teachers College Press. 1970.4. Brubacher, John S. (1969) Modern Philosophies of Education, New Delhi: Tata5. McGraw Hill.6. Brubacher, R. S. Modern Philosophies of Education, Chicago, University Press. 1955.7. Chandra, S.S; Sharma, R.K (2004) Principles of Education, New Delhi: Atlantic8. Publishers and Distributors.9. Cohen, B. Means and Ends in Education, London, George Allen & Unwin. 1983.10. Curren Randall (Edited) A Companion to Philosophy of Education, New York11. Blackwell Publishing. 2003.12. Curtis, S.J. Introduction to Philosophy of Education, London, LondonUniversity,Tutorial Press. 196813. Dewey, J. Democracy and Education and Introduction into Philosophy of Education,14. New York, The Free Press, 196615. Durpis, A.M. (1972) Philosophy of Education in Historical Perspective, New Delhi:16. Thomason Press.17. Fitzgibbon, R. E. Making Educational Decision: An introduction to Philosophy of18. Education, New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 198119. Heyting, Frieda (Edited) Methods in Philosophy of Education, London, Routledge,20. 2001.21. Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2014). Philosophical Foundations of Education. Agra: ShriVinod Pustak Mandir22. Hiriyana, M (1995) the Essentials of Indian Philosophy, Delhi: MotilalBanarsidasPublishers Pvt. Ltd.23. Kneller, G. F. Introduction to Philosophy of Education, New York, John Witty &Sons,1971.24. Sabu, S. & Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2010). Thoughts on Education. New Delhi:Kanishka Publishers25. Lawton, D. Class Culture and Curriculum, London, Rutledge & Regan Paul, 1975.26. Luther, M.N. Values and Ethics in School Education, New Delhi, Tata McGrawHill,2001.27. McChellan, J.E. Philosophy of Education, New Jersey, Prentice Hall Inc, 1976.28. Moon, Bob (Edited) International Companion to Education, London, Rutledge, 2000.29. Butler. J. D, Four philosophies. Harper & Row (1968)SUGGESTED READINGS1. Mukherjee, R. K. Ancient Indian Education, Delhi, Motilal Banarasidas, 1974.2. Narareth, M. P. Education Goals, Aims and Objectives, New Delhi, Vikash. 1984.3. Narvene, V.S. (1978) Modern Indian Thoughts, New York, Orient Longmans Ltd.4. Nigel, L., Smeyers. P., Smith, R., & Standish, P., (2003) The Blackwell Guide to thePhilosophy of Education, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.5. Pandey, R. S. An Introduction to Major Philosophies of Education, Agra, VinodPustak Mandir. 1996.6. Fasalurahman, P. K., & Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2013). Educational Philosophy of JohnDewey. New Delhi: APH Publishing Corp.7. Park J. (Ed) (1963) Selected Readings in Philosophy of Education, New York: TheMacMillan Company.Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 6 of 668. Rusk, Robert R. (1962) Philosophical Bases of Education, Warwick Square:University of London.9. Saxena Swaroop, N.R. (2001) Philosophical and Sociological Foundations ofEducation, Meerut: Surya Publication.10. Sodhi, T.S. & Suri, Aruna (1998) Philosophical and Sociological Foundations ofEducation, Patiala: Bawa Publication.MTE-C 102 SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATIONCOURSE OBJECTIVES1. To develop a thorough understanding of various traditional sociological perspectives.2. To enable the student understand the educational implications of variations by race,class, gender, religion and age. To explain patterns and variations using sociologicaltheory.3. To enable the students to understand the contemporary social perspectives and theireducational implications to modern social world.4. To enable the students understand the role of theory in building sociologicalknowledge.5. To illustrate an understanding of the processes and implications of democracy,globalization and modernization.6. To understand social system with special reference to its major sub systems and theirinterplay. To understand structural inequalities based on caste, class, race, and Ruralurban and gender and the role of education for their eradication.7. To understand the educational value of culture.8. To understand the major concepts, and theories, in sociology and education.9. To understand the sociological basis of reservation policy to address socialinequalities. To understand the major social processes and the role of education forstrengthening these processes.COURSE OUTLINEUnit I: A) Sociology and EducationÏ Concept of Education and SociologyÏ Relationship of Sociology and EducationÏ Educational Sociology and Sociology of EducationB) Social System and EducationÏ Concept of Social SystemÏ Education as a Social System-its characteristicsÏ Relationship of Education with Kinship, Religion, Polity and EconomyUnit II: A) Sociological PerspectivesÏ FunctionalismÏ Conflict TheoryÏ InteractionismSyllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 7 of 66(With special reference to E. Durkheim, Karl Marx & C.H. Cooley)B) Contemporary PerspectivesÏ Paulo Freire- Pedagogy of OppressedÏ Ivan Illich- De-SchoolingÏ Michal Apple- Critical TheoryÏ Henry Gierox- Critical PedagogyUnit III: A) Culture and EducationÏ Concept, Characteristics, Dimensions of CultureÏ Relationship of Culture with EducationB) Social Change and EducationÏ Social Change: Concept & Theories (Evolutionary, Stage & Cyclical. Two theorieseach)Ï Education and Social ChangeÏ Constraints of Social Change in India (Caste, Religion, Class, Language, Region andEthnicity)Unit IV: A) Social Stratification and Social MobilityÏ Concept of Social Stratification and Social MobilityÏ Education in relation to Social Stratification and Social MobilityÏ Social Equity and Equality of Educational OpportunityÏ Education of the Socially and Economically disadvantaged sections of the societywith reference to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes, Minorities, Women, Ruralpopulation, and OBC'sB) Education and Social ProcessesÏ Education and DemocracyÏ Education and ModernizationÏ Education and Globalization(Their implications for education)CORE READINGS1. Abraham Francis & Margin John: Sociological Thought, McMillan India Ltd. 2002.2. B. G. Tilak, Education, Society, and Development: National and InternationalPerspectives. APH Publishing, 20033. Bhat M.S. Educational Sociology, APH Publications, New Delhi4. Brown F.J.C. Sociology5. Cooklzoyd Allen, 2008, A Sociological Approach to Education;6. David Hartley, Re-schooling Society (Educational Change & Development Series),1997.7. David Snedden, Educational Sociology, 2010.8. Durkheim B. Study of Education, (London: Rutledge and Kegan Paul 1966).9. Freire, P. Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Harmond-worth penguin Education.197310. Giddens Antony, Sociology11. Harlambos, M.: Sociology: Themes and Perspectives OUP, New Delhi.12. Henry A. Giroux, (1997), Pedagogy and the Politics of Hope- Theory, Culture andSchooling, Westview press.13. Jan Robert Sen.; Sociology: New York Worth.14. Jayapalan N: Sociological Theories, Atlantic Publishers and Distributors 2001.Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 8 of 6615. John Dewey, Democracy and Education: An introduction to the philosophy ofeducation (1916)16. Mathur, S.S.: Sociological Approach to Indian Education, Vinod Pustak Mandir,Agra.17. Michal Apple, Democratic Schools. 2nd edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2007.With James A. Beane.18. Michal Apple, Education and Power. 3rd edition. New York: Rutledge, 2011.19. NCERT, Papers in Sociology of Education,20. Ottaway, A K.C. Sociology,21. Peter Foster, Roger Gomm and Martyn Hammersleley, Constructing EducationalInequality: A Methodological Assessment (Social Research and Educational StudiesSeries.1995.22. Salamtullah, Education in Social Context. NCERT23. Schafer Richard; Sociology24. Sharma S.R. Sociology of Education, Kanishka N.D.25. Srinivas, M.N.: Social Change in Modern India, McMillan, India Ltd.26. Vidya Bhushan, An Introduction to Sociology, Kitab Mahal Allahabad;27. Walter Robinso Smith, Introduction to Educational Sociology, 2010SUGGESTED READINGS1. Ahmed, Imitiaz and Gosh, P: Pluralism and Equality- Values in Indian Society andPolitics, sage Publications.2. Beteille, Andra: Sociology: Essays on Approach and Methods, OUP 2000.3. Carol Fuller, Sociology, Gender and Educational Aspirations: Girls and TheirAmbitions ,2009.4. Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2015). Dictionary of Sociology. New Delhi: DominantPublishers & Distributors (P) Ltd.5. Durkheim. E. Suicide, MacMillan Canada6. Freire, P. Pedagogy of the Hope: Reliving Pedagogy of the Oppressed(Impacts).Published December 9th 2004 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published1994)7. Havighurst R.J. Society and Education, Wattan Publications Srinagar8. John Dewey, Democracy in Education, L.T. Srinagar Wattan publications.9. John G. Richardson, Handbook of Theory and Research for the Sociology ofEducation10. Joy Palmer, Liora Bresler, David Edward Cooper.(Edt.) Fifty Major Thinkers onEducation (From Confucius to Dewey). Rutledge, February 2002,11. Michal Apple, Can Education Change Society? New York: Rutledge, 2013.12. Michal Apple, Cultural Politics and Education. New York: Teachers College Press,199613. Prem Late Sharma, A Handbook of Sociology of Education: New Delhi: Sarup &Sons, 200814. R.D. Bhat Sociology of Education; N. D. Kanishka.15. Raka Sharan, A Handbook of Sociology;16. Ramesh Chopra, 2005, Academic Dictionary of Sociology;17. Rao, Shanker, C.N. SociologY: Primary Principles. S. Chand & Co. 2002.18. Rob Moore, M. Arnat, J. Beck and Harry Dauels, (2006), Knowledge, Power andEducational Reform, Rutledge.Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 9 of 6619. Sen Amritya & Dreze, Jean: India: Economic Development Social Opportunity. OUP,2000.20. Srinavas M.N, Social Change in Modern India, Bombay :Allied Publications 196721. Taneja V.R N.D. Socio-philosophical Approach to Education, Atlantic.22. William Estabr Chancellor, Educational Sociology, 2010.23. Yoginder Singh: Modernization of Indian Tradition, Rawat Publication, Jaipur.MTE-C 103 ECONOMICS OF EDUCATIONCourse ObjectivesOn completion of this course the students will be able to:ÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏÏAssess and determine the contribution of education to Gross National Product (GNP)of a countryEstimate the return from educational investmentUndertake inter country correlation of school enrolment ratio and GNPFormulate man power planning and programming model for educational planningEstimate educational wastage and suggesting methods to avoid themSynchronize the education system with the social systemIdentify the priorities in the National policy on Education and their implicationsDeal with re-distribution of resources and re-arrangement of prioritiesPromote the needed changes in education and making it socially relevant andeconomically productive andImprove the techniques of educational planning and managementCourse ContentUnit 1: Economic Aspects of EducationÏ Concept, Need, and Scope of Economics of Education.Ï Relationship between Education and Economics.Ï Education as Knowledge Economy: A critical analysis.Ï Concept and components of human capital– Human capital verses physical capital.Ï Impact of Economics on Education.Unit 2: Education as Consumption or InvestmentÏ Education as an Economic Good,Ï Education as Consumption;Ï Education as Investment;Ï Difficulties in treating Education as consumption / investment.Ï Impact of Liberalization, Privatization, and Globalization on Education.Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 10 of 66ÏÏÏGATS and Education,Role of PPP in Indian Education.Role of WTO and World Bank for Education in India.Unit 3: Education and National DevelopmentÏ Recommendations of Kothari CommissionÏ Education and Economic GrowthÏ The role of Education in the Economic DevelopmentÏ Equity and efficiency effects of financing education in IndiaUnit 4: Cost Benefit Analysis:Ï Private cost and Social cost of Education,Ï Direct and Indirect cost of EducationÏ Benefits of Education– direct and indirect benefitsÏ Private Returns and Social Returns;Ï Measurement of Benefits in Education.Ï Problems in the measurement of cost and benefits;Core Readings1.2.3.4.5.Becker, G.S. (1974). Human Capital. New York: NBER.Blang, M. An introduction to Economics of Education, Cambridge University PressBlaug, M. (1972). An Introduction to the Economics of Education, London: PenguinCohn, E and T.Gaske (1989). Economics of Education, Pergamon Press, LondonCohn, E. and Gesker T. G. (1990) The Economics of Education. Oxford: PergamonPress6. Heggade, O. D. (1992) Economics of Education, Bombay: Himalaya PublishingHouse7. Laxmidevi (ed) (1996) Encyclopedia of Education Development and PlanningEconomics of Education. New Delhi: Anmol Publications Pvt. Ltd.8. Natarajan S. (1990) Introduction to Economics of Education, New Delhi. Sterling9. O’Donohue. M (1971) Economics Dimensions in Education, Chicago: AldineAlterton10. Patteti, A. P., & Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2014). Economics of Education. New Delhi:APH Publishing Corp.11. Tilak , J. B. G. (1987). The Economics of Inequality in Education. New Delhi: SagePublications.12. Tilak. J.E.G (1989). Economics of Inequality in Education, Sage, New Delhi.13. Vaisey, J. (1972). Economics of Education, London: G Duck Worth and Co.14. Varghese N.V. and J.B.G. Tilak (1991). Financing of Education in India, IIEP, Paris.15. Woodhall, M. Cost – benefit Analysis in Educational planning. Columbia UniversityPress, New York16. World Bank; The world Development Report, OUP, New York.Syllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 11 of 66Further Readings1. Aggarwal, J.C. (2003). Teaching of Economics: A Practical Approach. Agra: VinodPustak Mandir.2. Ganta, R. and Dash, B.N. (2005). Foundations of Education. Hyderabad: NeelkamalPublishers (P) Ltd.3. Gates, William, et al. The Road Ahead. New York: Penguin, 1996.4. . http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk6. /7. Thamarasseri, Ismail. (2007). Education in the Emerging Indian Society. New Delhi:Kanishka Publishers8. The Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill, 2010.Government of India.9. The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education (2002) Trade in Higher EducationServices: The Implications of GATS, prepared by Jane Knight.10. Tilak, J. B. G. (1989). Education and its Relation to Economic Grow Poverty andincome distribution: past and Further Analysis. Washington D. C. The World Bank.11. Tilak, J. B. G. (1992). Educational Planning at Grassroots. New Delhi: AshishPublishing House.12. Tilak, J. B. G. (1994). Education for Development in Asia. New Delhi: SagePublications.13. U.N.D.P (1996) Human development report. Oxford university press; New York14. Woodhall M. (ed.) (1989), Financial Support for Students: Grants, Loans orGraduate Tax, Kogan Page, University of London.15. World Bank (1986), Financing Education in Developing Countries, Washington D.C.16. World Bank (1994), Higher Education: Lessons of Experience, Washington D.C.MTE E 104: GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLINGCOURSE OBJECTIVES1. To develop an understanding about the fundamentals of Guidance and Counselling.2. To understand life and the world around.3. To understand the importance of making right choice in life, education and vocation.4. To be able to describe the importance of working with a group, for a group and in agroup.5. To be able to understand the needs of the individual correctly.6. To be able to understand various guidance services.7. To understand the process of counselling.COURSE OUTLINEUnit-I: Introduction to GuidanceSyllabus for M. Ed. (2 Year) - Central University of Kashmir

Page 12 of 66ÏÏÏÏConcept and principlesTypes of Guidance: Individual and GroupMental Health, Guidance and CounselingRelationship between guidance counselling and mental healthUnit-II Organization of Guidance services in Schools, Colleges/UniversitiesÏ Appraisal servicesÏ Informative servicesÏ Placement servicesÏ Follow-up ServiceÏ Organizing guidance services at various levels in schools, colleges/universitiesUnit-III: Counsel

8. Rusk, Robert R. (1962) Philosophical Bases of Education, Warwick Square: . Sodhi, T.S. & Suri, Aruna (1998) Philosophical and Sociological Foundations of Education, Patiala: Bawa Publication. MTE-C 102 SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION . Rutledge and Kegan Paul 1966). 9. Freire, P

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