Programme Details

The Master of Philosophy in Education program is designed primarily for teacher educators, policy makers, researchers, and other educational personnel involved in school education, higher education and professional education. The M. Phil programme in Education will be conducted based on a credit system of one year and consisting of two semesters. The candidate has to submit the Dissertation by the end of second semester, after completion of the course work.

 

The programme consists of 4 theory papers-two research papers namely:


1. General Research Methodology
2. Research Methodology and Statistical Techniques in Education

And two electives from the 4 papers listed below

1. Educational Leadership, Management and Organizational     Development
2. Educational Psychology,
3. Educational and Instructional Technology,
4. Educational Administration and Policy Analysis.

The course aims at enhancing the capacity of professing, prospective and practicing teacher educators, education specialists, administrators and experts to conduct investigations, studies and researches that contribute to the betterment of the education system in general and teacher education in particular. The MPhil course is envisaged to contribute to the growth and development of the education sector of the country. The course will create opportunities to share and disseminate educational researches and innovations by bringing about debates and discussions of topical importance to address critical educational issues. The focus of the course is to produce high-level research manpower such as M. Phil. and Ph.D. scholars in the education sector.

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