II. Syllabus for the Courses:
MED 101: Philosophical Foundations of Education: • Meaning and Scope of Philosophy and Education, Functions of Philosophy, Relationship between Education and Philosophy and Branches of Philosophy. Indian and western  Schools of philosophy and its educational implications, Modern Concept of Philosophy :Logical analysis , Logical empiricism ,Positive Relativism, Ideas and educational views of  Indian & Western Educational Thinkers :   M.K. Gandhi ,Swami Vivekananda , Jiddu Krishnamurthi, Aurobindo Ghosh , Rousseau and John Dewey
MED 102: Sociological Foundations of Education: Concept and meaning of Educational Sociology, Relationship of Sociology and Education. , Education as a Process & as an Agent of Socialization, Social group-Inter group relationship, group dynamics, Interpersonal relationships in classrooms: Classroom Climate Organizational Climate, Sociometry and Guess Who Technique  Social Aspects of Education like Social Mobility, Social Change and culture, Education and Social Processes Modernization , Urbanization and Globalization, Contemporary Perspectives of   Paulo Freire,   Ivan Illich and Henry Gierox.
MED 103: Psychological Foundations of Education: • Concept and functions of Education and Psychology , Relationship of Education and Psychology ,  Individual Diversities, Growth and Development , Piaget’s Cognitive Development , Freud’s Psycho-sexual Development. Learning: Theories of Learning ,Meaning and Factors Affecting Motivation - Role of Motivation in Learning , Theories of motivation , Intelligence, theories of intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence, Personality   Concept, Type and Trait Theories,
MED 104: Research Methods in Education: Introduction to Educational Research: Meaning, Characteristics and Nature of Research & Educational Research, Significance of Research in Education, (Fundamental, Applied and Action Research), Formulation of Research Problem.  Selection , Developing a research proposal (Meaning, Importance and Steps), Review of Related Literature , Hypothesis ,Types of data: Qualitative and Quantitative , Techniques and tools of data ,Types of Samplings ,The Research Report – Writing and Evaluation., Types of Research
MED105: GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING : Meaning, Need, Aims & Objectives, Principles, Types of Guidance ,Role of the teacher in Guidance and its relationship with education, Counseling Service- Meaning, Purpose & Approaches (Directive, Non- Directive and eclectic counseling, Difference between Guidance & Counseling, Personnel in the Guidance Programme, Coping with Stress: Emotions and Skills, Issues and Concerns in Schools, Career Decision Making Skills, Special Concerns in Counseling: Ethics and other related psychological concerns
MEN 106: Term Paper: Method to write a term paper, steps, plagiarism, references, bibliography, citation
Core Courses:  Ten core courses of total credits 38 .The core courses serve the foundational purposes of building conceptual, analytical and theoretical basis for educational judgment. These are compulsory courses for all students
Elective courses : 20 credits of electives for providing the specialization to the students.
Workshop courses : 6 credits of Term paper, paper presentation, synopsis writing  and paper  publication in Journal.
Fieldwork: 6 credits
Dissertation : 14credits