What is the difference between M.A. Education and M.Ed. programme?
M.Ed. Programme is primarily meant for teacher education. The M.Ed. curriculum helps you become a trained teacher educator, and teach B.Ed. students. (To enrol for an M.Ed. programme you should have an undergraduate degree in B.Ed.) Whereas an MA. Education Programme prepares you both to think about education constructively and to participate in a wide range of roles in education, including teacher education apart from B.Ed., curriculum development, Teaching-Learning Material (TLM) development etc. You can enrol for an M.A. Education irrespective of your undergraduate qualification. You can be a Science, Arts, Commerce, Management or someone with a professional degree who is looking for a career in the education sector and be deeply concerned about issues in school education.