Our MA in Education is a unique programme of study that we began in the year 2011. It includes theory, practice, research, policy and planning in education. Learning through practice is a key component.
This practicum is a weekly activity in which students visit schools or institutes to gain practical experience by interacting, observing and working with teachers in lesson plans and teaching.
The institutes that students visit are chosen by the field practice team and chosen for the requirements of the programme. These places have been very accommodating and welcoming and give our students important learning experiences.
Our collaborating institutes include schools (government, BBMP, private, special and alternative schools), pre-schools, anganwadis, Teacher Education Institutes and other community-based organisations.
We offer a space for sharing experiences, ideas and learnings for teachers and school stakeholders from these locations through workshops, lectures and events.
Classroom dynamics for teachers and teacher educators
Middle School Science
A day long workshop for teachers of middle school.
School based hands-on science
A workshop on choice, creativity and exploration of available resources.
Early Childhood Education
Workshops for teachers and students of anganwadis and primary schools.
Visits from collaborating institutions
We connect with collaborating institutes and invite them to use the University space for its curricular activities.