M.A. (Child Care and Education)

M.A. (Child Care and Education)Sahaswi Group of Institutions

M.A. Child Care and Education or Master of Arts in Child Care and Education is a postgraduate Child Labour Law course. The programme applies current research-based knowledge, theory, and evaluation in the fields of child development and early education. The course focuses on the holistic care and education of young children in a diversity of settings. Graduates of this programme will have the knowledge, competencies and skills to work directly with, or on behalf of young children in a range of early years’ services. The programme consists of the ‘core’ areas of Childhood Education and Care; education and play, child development, social environment, health, hygiene, nutrition and safety, communication and administration management, and personal, professional development.

M.A. Child Care and Education Eligibility: Aspiring students should have passed a bachelor’s degree with minimum 45% marks in aggregate or any other equivalent qualification from a recognized university board.

M.A. Child Care and Education Course Suitability

  • Candidates must be well known about children and their care such as public, private, and parochial care and education settings as caregivers, classroom teachers, lead teachers, directors, and family liaison workers.

How is M.A. Child Care and Education Course Beneficial?

  • It prepares learners to become advocates for children and be sensitive to the diverse needs of children and families in multicultural and inclusive educational environments.
  • Graduate programs in Early Childhood Education currently work in preschools, teach in kindergartens and primary schools and serve as childcare administrators.
  • Candidates can find employment as managers, directors, coordinators or leaders in a wide range of early years’ settings.
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