B.A. B.Ed.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education


The Integrated B.A.B.Ed. is a four-year undergraduate program that offers a dual integrated degree—Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education. The program was initiated with the vision of providing comprehensive knowledge in various subjects of Humanities, including Political Science, History, Geography, Music, Economics, as well as English and Hindi languages, with a pedagogical approach. The program is designed in accordance with the guidelines set by the NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) to prepare high-quality future teachers for the purpose of nation-building. 

Resilience forms the core essence of this program, which is achieved through the provision of diverse electives. Additionally, the program incorporates EPCs (Elective Professional Courses) aimed at personality development and enhancing knowledge of ICT (Information and Communication Technology). It encompasses a four-week internship program in the third year and a 16-week internship program in the fourth year, providing pupil teachers with practical experience in schools. These internships contribute to the pupil teachers’ understanding of educational philosophy, learning theory and practice, and classroom management.

Throughout the four-year duration, pupil teachers gain valuable hands-on experience by observing real-life classroom teaching and showcasing their own teaching skills during the internship period. Moreover, the program includes the teaching of Functional English to enhance the learners’ communication abilities.

Objectives of the college

  • To provide a solid foundation in pedagogy, skills, and technology: This objective emphasizes the importance of equipping prospective teachers with a strong understanding of teaching methods, practical skills, and the effective use of technology in the classroom. By focusing on these areas, teachers can develop the necessary tools to facilitate student learning effectively.
  • To cultivate effective collaboration and innovation: This objective highlights the need for teachers to be active participants in addressing social, psychological, and philosophical challenges. By encouraging collaboration and fostering innovative thinking, prospective teachers can become agents of positive change within the education system. They can work together with colleagues and stakeholders to develop new approaches and strategies that address the diverse needs of their students.
  • To promote continuous professional development: This objective emphasizes the importance of lifelong learning for teachers. By engaging in self-study, professional study, research, and practical teaching experiences, prospective teachers can enhance their knowledge, skills, and understanding of teaching practices. Continuous professional development ensures that teachers stay updated with the latest educational research and best practices, allowing them to continuously improve their teaching methods.
  • To instill integrity, inclusiveness, and ethical values: This objective highlights the significance of fostering values in prospective teachers that promote responsible citizenship and social responsibility. By cultivating integrity, inclusiveness, and ethical values, teachers can serve as role models for their students, teaching them to be responsible, respectful, and compassionate members of society.
  • Objectives of Learners

  • Curriculum and Planning: Pupil teachers will possess the ability to create purposeful learning goals and objectives by effectively utilizing their knowledge of core content and pedagogical strategies.
  • The Learner and Learning Environment: Pupil teachers will acquire an understanding of cognitive, social, and emotional skills, enabling them to foster an optimal learning environment that supports the holistic development of students.

What will I Study

Optional Subjects

Social Studies
Indian Music

Syllabus- According to the University of Rajasthan https://www.uniraj.ac.in

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Subjects offered

YearCompulsory Subject


(Optional Subjects) Choose any three


1.     General English

2.     Childhood & Growing up

3.     Contemporary India & Education

4.     Instructional System & Educational Evaluation

1. Hindi Lit.

2. English Lit.

3. Geography

4. Pol. Science

5. Economics

6. History

7. Indian Music

8. Physical Education

9. Drama

10. Rajasthani


1.     General Hindi

2.     Knowledge & Curriculum

3.     Learning & Teaching

4.     Peace Education

Same As Above

1.     Elementary Computer Application (ICT)

2.     Language across curriculum

3.     Guidance & Counselling in School

4.     Pedagogy of School Subject

(Choose any one)*

Same as Above

1.     Environment Studies

2.     Creating & Inclusive School

3.     Understanding Discipline & Subjects

4.     Physical Education & Yoga

5.     Gender School & Society

6.     Assessment  for Learning

7.     Pedagogy of School Subject

(Choose any one of the following)*


Teaching Methods: (Pedagogy)

Parishkar College has implemented an innovative approach to teaching and learning in the B.A. B.Ed course. Rather than relying solely on traditional lecture-based instruction, the college’s educators employ a student-centric teaching method, encouraging active participation and engagement from the students throughout the learning process. Various activities are implemented to engage students actively and stimulate their participation in multiple ways. These activities include:

  • Finding key words in a sentence.
  • Finding the main idea in a paragraph.
  • Motivating students to solve objective questions from the lesson by themselves through the study sheet.
  • Evaluating the concepts of the lesson.
  • Encouraging students to give presentations in class.
  • Emphasizing interactive classes, group discussions, open house discussions, debates, and analytical and creative answer writing.
  • Providing online classes for students unable to attend due to various reasons.
  • Assessing students’ strengths and weaknesses through Study Sheets, Online Test, Mid-Term Test, and Pre-University Examination.
  • Ensuring a balance between teaching, learning, and assessment.
  • Informally assessing students daily and testing them through OMR tests every two weeks.

Where will B.A. B.Ed Take Me

After doing B.A. B.Ed, endless possibilities of Career are open in front of the student like:

  • IAS, RAS (Administrative Services)
  • College Lecturer (College Lecturer)
  • School Lecturer (School Lecturer)
  • Teacher Grade-II (Teacher Grade Second)
  • Teacher Grade-III (Teacher Grade Third)
  • Bank PO, Bank Clerk (Bank Services)
  • Indian Railway
  • SSC (Income Tax Inspector, Custom Officer, Revenue Officer, CBI etc.)
  • Food Corporation of India
  • LDC
  • Police Sub-Inspector
  • Army, BSF (Defence Services)

“Graduates of BA BEd program are qualified to teach a variety of subjects and grade levels, which can increase their job flexibility and opportunities.
BA BEd program provide students with a strong foundation in both academic subjects and educational theory and practice, preparing them for the demands of a career in education.

Divya - BA BEd

A B.A. B.Ed. degree is a combination of Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree. This programme is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in both, Subject-Specific Knowledge and Teaching Methodologies.

Here are some career options that you can consider after completing your B.A. B.Ed. degree

  1. Teacher: With a B.A. B.Ed. degree, you can become a teacher in a primary or secondary school, teaching subjects like social studies, history, geography, and languages.
  2. Curriculum Developer: Curriculum developers work with educational institutions to create educational materials that align with the latest teaching methodologies. They design curriculum frameworks, develop lesson plans, and create educational content.
  3. Education Consultant: Education consultants provide guidance and support to educational institutions and policymakers to improve the quality of education. They may offer advice on curriculum development, teacher training, assessment strategies, and overall educational improvement.
  4. Instructional Designer: Instructional designers create and develop educational materials such as courseware, videos, and interactive media. They aim to facilitate effective learning by designing engaging and interactive learning experiences for students.
  5. Education Researcher: Education researchers conduct research on teaching and learning methodologies. They explore different educational programs, assess their effectiveness, and provide evidence-based recommendations for improving educational practices.
  6. Content Developer: Content developers create and develop educational materials, including textbooks, e-learning modules, and educational software. They focus on designing content that is informative, engaging, and aligned with educational objectives.
  7. Online Tutor: With the growth of online education, online tutors provide educational support to students worldwide. They offer one-on-one or group tutoring sessions through online platforms, assisting students with their academic needs and helping them achieve their learning goals.

These are just a few examples of the career paths that B.A. B.Ed. graduates can pursue. With a B.A. B.Ed. degree, you can work in educational institutions, private companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Entry Requirement

Admission Process-

Candidates securing at least 50% marks in aggregate in the senior secondary examination of the Secondary Board of Education, Rajasthan, or any other recognized board equivalent to fulfilling the requirement for admission to the 4-year B.A. B.Ed. course.

There will be a Pre Teacher Education Test (PTET) for admission to the four-year B.A. B.Ed. course in colleges of Rajasthan. It is arranged by the Government of Rajasthan through any government educational institution.

Eligible candidates receive college allotment through counselling conducted by the examining agency, after which these candidates report to their respective colleges.



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