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B.Sc. B.Ed. 4-years Integrated Programme
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B.Sc. B.Ed. 4-years Integrated Programme
Semester Fee
28,000 INR
Mode of study
Medium of Instruction
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DAV University Campus
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Join us and become part of a dynamic learning experience that shapes effective leaders for tomorrow!

B.Sc. B.Ed. (Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education)

The B.Sc. B.Ed. 4-year Integrated Programme is duly recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). The B.Sc. B.Ed. integrated course is a transformative journey in education. This unique four-year programme synergistically blends scientific disciplines with pedagogical studies, potentially saving students a year depending on their aptitude. The curriculum encompasses subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, and Zoology, along with foundational and pedagogical courses. By integrating the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education, this program streamlines the traditional education pathway, optimizing students’ learning journey and saving a valuable year in their academic and professional pursuits.

Beyond mere time efficiency, our integrated B.Sc. B.Ed. program seamlessly merges scientific disciplines with pedagogy, transcending traditional education boundaries through hands-on experiences and community engagement. Our mission goes beyond conventional teaching, aspiring to offer a comprehensive, value-oriented learning experience that molds effective leaders. Immerse yourself in an environment that not only recognizes but celebrates your talents and creative potential – a gateway to adaptability and excellence.


Passed with 60% aggregate marks (55% marks in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST) in 10+2 or equivalent in any stream with English.

Why this programme?

Discover why the B.Sc. B.Ed. course could be your gateway to a transformative educational experience:

Holistic Learning: Dive into an educational symphony that harmonizes tradition with innovation. This course transcends the conventional, offering a comprehensive and value-infused learning expedition. It doesn’t just meet quality benchmarks; it soars above, sculpting students into pioneers ready to excel in diverse fields and careers.

Diverse Curriculum: The curriculum encompasses subjects such as History, Geography, Sociology, along with foundational and pedagogical courses, ensuring a thorough understanding of both arts principles and effective teaching methodologies.

Streamlined Pathway: The integration of the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education optimizes the traditional education pathway, enhancing the learning journey and accelerating academic and professional pursuits.

Practical Experiences: The program extends beyond theoretical knowledge by incorporating practical experiences, including community engagement and internships, to provide practical skills and a deeper understanding of the societal context of education.

Innovative Methodologies: By combining arts knowledge with innovative methodologies, the program prepares students with the skills needed to excel in various career opportunities within the ever-changing global landscape.

Placement Assistance: Upon completion of the program, the department actively assists in securing placements, laying a strong foundation for professional success.

Internships: This programme offers practical experience and exposure through internships in prestigious private and government schools. Gain hands-on experience through internships.

During Your Study

As a student in the programme, you will have access to:

State-of-the-art laboratories and research facilities

A meticulously curated library with extensive resources

Interactive Smart Classes

Networking opportunities facilitated by department’s multiple clubs and events

Mock Interviews for honing professional skills

Guidance from experienced faculty

Engaging in community work

Participation in Internship programs

Explore and master various artistic pursuits, including painting and diverse crafts

Instructional Methods

Experiential Method

Activity Based Learning

Demonstration Method

Role play

Game Based Learning

Vocabulary enhancing Activity


Drill & Practice



Research Projects

Concept Mapping


Classroom Discussion

Lecture Method

Q&A Sessions

Programme Outlines

The B.Sc. B.Ed. Program is designed to provide students a solid foundation of knowledge across a wide range of scientific and educational disciplines. During the program, students will follow a structured curriculum aimed at building a strong understanding of fundamental concepts and practices in both Science and Education.

Semester I
  • Philosophical, Sociological and Psychological Basis of Education
  • Elective English-I
  • Inorganic Chemistry –I
  • Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory-I
  • Algebra
  • Plant Diversity
  • Plant Diversity Laboratory
  • Animal Diversity - I: Non-Chordates
  • Animal Diversity - I: Non-Chordates Laboratory
  • Mechanics
  • Mechanics Laboratory
  • Environmental Studies
  • Interacting Child's Parents
  • Drama and Art in Education
Semester II
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Basic Communication Skills (English)
  • Basic Communication Skills (English) Laboratory
  • Genetics and Cell Biology
  • Genetics and Cell Biology Laboratory
  • Animal Diversity II: Chordates
  • Animal Diversity II: Chordates Laboratory
  • Optics
  • Optics Laboratory
  • Calculus
  • Physical Chemistry-I
  • Physical Chemistry-I Laboratory
  • Elective English – II
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Simulated Teaching
  • NCC Organization and National Integration
  • Training: Drill, Map Reading, Field and Battle Craft
Semester III
  • Contemporary India and Education
  • Elective English – III
  • Advance Calculus and Differential Equations
  • Value and Ethics in Education
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Organic Chemistry-I
  • Organic Chemistry-I Laboratory
  • Diversity of Seed Plants and Their Systematics
  • Diversity of Seed Plants and Their Systematics Laboratory
  • Biochemistry and Animal Physiology
  • Biochemistry and Animal Physiology Laboratory
  • Digital Systems and Application
  • Digital Systems and Application Laboratory
  • Recording Best Practices in Different Schools
Semester IV
  • Learning and Teaching
  • Elective English – IV
  • Differential Equations, Vector Calculus and Mechanics
  • Drama and Art in Education
  • Reading and Reflecting on Text
  • Inorganic Chemistry – II
  • Inorganic Chemistry - II Laboratory
  • Structure, Development and Reproduction in Flowering Plants
  • Ecology and Applied Zoology
  • Ecology and Applied Zoology Laboratory
  • Analog System and Application
  • Structure, Development and Reproduction in Flowering Plants Laboratory
  • Analog System and Application Laboratory
  • Language Across the Curriculum
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Preparing School Map
  • NCC Organization and National Integration
  • Training: Drill, Map Reading, Field and Battle Craft
Semester V
  • Physical Chemistry – II
  • Physical Chemistry - II Laboratory
  • Plant Physiology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
  • Plant Physiology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology Laboratory
  • Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution
  • Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution Laboratory
  • Solid State Physics
  • Solid State Physics Laboratory
  • Health, Yoga and Physical Education
  • Understanding ICT and Its Use in Teaching and Learning
  • Analysis
  • Pedagogy of Language-1 (English)
  • Pedagogy of Mathematics-I
  • Pedagogy of Biological Science – I
  • Pedagogy of Physical Science – I
  • Observing PTM and Participating in PTM
  • Elective English – V
  • Personality Development and Leadership
  • Training: Weapon, Infantry and Obstacle
Semester VI
  • Organic Chemistry-II
  • Organic Chemistry -II Laboratory
  • Ecology and Utilization of Plants
  • Ecology and Utilization of Plants Laboratory
  • Developmental Biology
  • Developmental Biology Laboratory
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Nuclear Physics Laboratory
  • Understanding Self and Personality Development
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Pedagogy of Language-II (English)
  • Pedagogy of Mathematics-II
  • Pedagogy of Biological Science-II
  • Pedagogy of Physical Science-II
  • Pre-Internship
  • Elective English-VI
  • NCC Organization and National Integration
  • Training: Drill, Map Reading, Field and Battle Craft
Semester VII
  • Internship
  • Working with Community
Semester VIII
  • Knowledge and School Management
  • Curriculum Development
  • Creating an Inclusive School