• Institute type

    Private College

Available college facilities

  • Hostel

  • Laboratory

  • Extra - Curricular

  • Library

Faculty

College is enriched with best of education facilities and has a rich heritage of over a decade of experienced and senior faculty member.

More about J.K. Jain memorial college of education

J.K.Jain memorial college of education offers education in th field of Education. This college believes in quality education and development of value based ethics to develop professionals. The college would also provides basis personality developments course to the trainee and give them enough experience.

Courses Offered at J.K. Jain memorial college of education

The College offers Bachelor of Education course.

1 Courses

UG Courses (1)

Bachelor of Education
Affiliated to Other
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    12 months

Course details

The College offers Bachelor of Education course. It is a one year training programme.
Admission Criteria:

The candidate should have passed graduation/ bachelors Passed with 50% At least & SC/ST With 45% marks. Selection will be based as per the university norms.

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Available College Facilities

The institute's department’s infrastructure is well furnished with all modern facilities.

Hostel
Separate hostel for boys and girls are available for out station students in the college.
Laboratory
The college has developed well equipped laboratories in education technology (teaching aids) psychology and bio-science. Computer center with internet facilities, cd writer, floppy disc, Léger printer, has been set up and managed by experienced computer professionals.
Extra - Curricular
Gardening, craft, making toys, cultural program. Saraswati puja – we also organize the saraswati puja in our college
Library
College has well equipped library and reading room. It has more than 3,500 reference and recommended books for the B.Ed course. Beside there are periodicals, journals, new paper, encyclopedia, considering the need to keep students.

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