• Establishment Year

    Just Up

    2001

    age > 10 years

  • Institute type

    Private College

Available college facilities

  • Classroom

  • Laboratory

  • Library

Faculty

A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills to students at Jamia Training College of Education in its various departments.

More about Jamia Training College of Education

Jamia Training College of Educationis affiliated by University of Kerala. The college committed to encourage the students to participate in national and international educational conferences to understand the real picture of National Educational System at present.

Courses Offered at Jamia Training College of Education

The college offers Bachelor of Education course.

1 Courses

UG Courses (1)

Bachelor of Education
Affiliated to Kerala University
Accrediated by NCTE
  • Duration

    12 months

Course details

The college offers Bachelor of Education course. It is a one year full time course.
Admission Criteria:

The candidate should have passed graduation/ bachelors degree or equivalent from any recognized university. Selection will be based as per the university norms.

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Available College Facilities

The college’s infrastructure is well furnished with all modern facilities.

Classroom
All the classrooms of the college are well furnished with all modern facilities.
Laboratory
Instruments for simple experiments related to educational psychology have been procured. To provide practical training in computer programming or B.Ed. trainees in the computer laboratory is provide with latest computers and necessary software for the students and staff.
Library
The library is being constantly enriched by the acquisition of latest books and journals. This helps the library to keep in pace with changing times and to further the advancement of the academic endeavors of the college. A set of books as per the syllabus is provided to the students for the whole year.

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