Department of Education School Internship


One of the essential components of the B.Ed. course is the school internship programme. It is often referred to as the backbone of the course. In other words, a school internship programme is a kind of course where aspiring teachers get to practice their skills in a classroom. To give the student-teacher the necessary knowledge and abilities to meet the various requirements of the school's students. School Internship is a major part of B.Ed. Curriculum. All the semesters take part in the internship program. Pupil teachers perform various activities in the school as a teacher.


Morning Assembly: Morning Assembly plays a significant role in the school culture. Pupil teachers attend morning assembly on regular basis.  They learn how to conduct morning assembly and maintain discipline among the students and create awareness in students about health and hygiene habits and give moral education also.


Taking Classes as teachers: Pupil-teachers take classes regularly according to their pedagogical subjects. They create and maintain resources for teaching and learning in schools i.e., develop various innovative teaching aids such as charts and models depending upon the subject                  and level of students.




Preparation of scholastic achievement test-cum-record: Pupil  teachers prepare two achievement tests based on Bloom Taxonomy, one at the beginning and one at the end of the internship period on a particular subject taught. Pupil teachers prepare the blueprint and the question paper form.




Competition: Pupil teachers plan activities like Spell-Bee, Poster Making, Handwriting competition, Painting, Quizzes, and Rangoli. These activities are crucial in inculcating a sense of holistic development in children.




Participating in PTM: Pupil-teacher attend a parent-teacher meeting held during the internship to discuss about child’s performance with their respective parents. This practice is vital to understanding the parents’ expectations from their wards and the teachers.



Observation of peers and school teachers: It consists of planning presentations using teaching aids and practical demonstration, chalkboard, and personal skills. This practice is recommended as during this the pupil teachers learn how to conduct the lessons in a practical, real-time classroom.

Preparing School Map: The pupil-teachers are assigned the task to create a physical map of the school with various buildings, playgrounds, library, etc within the school premises.

Case Study: It means the systematic and intensive study of pupils identified with some learning disability. For this, information about specific students along with their family background, physical, emotional, social, and intellectual environment is collected and various techniques are used to remove the cause of that certain behavior.

Action Research: It is a type of classroom research taken up by the pupil-teacher with a view to find out what action can be taken to solve a certain problem in the shortest possible time. It includes a variety of evaluations techniques, investigations and analytical research methods designed to eradicate the problem. 

Community Work: Community work is an integral part of integrated B.Sc. B.Ed. And B.A. B.Ed. pupil teachers need to be aware of their moral obligation to engage in social regeneration. Pupil teachers perform various activities on a voluntary basis such as cleaning the slum areas, serving food to the poor people and animals. They prepare school students to perform “nukkar nataks” such as awareness about drug addiction, superstitions, making them aware of rights, and responsibilities to protect the environment. Pupil teachers plant trees on regular basis and run campaigns to make people aware of social evils and environmental issues. They visit various villages to spread awareness about the hazardous effects of stubble burning.

All these assists to develop the student teachers’ understanding in community-based works & their sensitization about it for the all-round development of the personality & confidence building of the student teacher.

They perform community activities such as planting trees, spreading awareness about toll-free numbers, hygiene, etc., and participate with their respective school’s students as well as management in several festivals such as Holi, Dusshera, and Diwali.


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