Faculty of Education
The Faculty of Education was established in 2003 as the department in TMIMT. It provides singular service to the cause of education and contributes to nation building through teacher training programs. Teacher preparation programs, leading to the B.Ed. & M.Ed Degrees, are learner centric, where students discuss ideas and concepts for education, and then apply these abstract ideas in practice for better understanding.
The Masters Degree program, since 2006, provides a rigorous exposure to students, allowing for an understanding of education as a discipline, and prepare and equips students for educational research.
Students learn through group discussions, seminars, dissertation and library work. There is no substitute for live classroom interaction for these young teachers in rural and urban schools. M.Ed. students are associated with experienced teachers to provide guidance to B.Ed. students during practice of teaching as well as classroom lectures.
A program to improve English communication is an essential part of the curriculum to enhance the teaching efficiency of the students. An interdisciplinary approach, participate in curricular and co-curricular activities, professionally designed value added courses help young students & teachers develop critical problem solving abilities and a scientific attitude.
Qualified, competent and experienced faculty members, who excel as academic advisers, facilitators and mentors, support the insti¬tute. The teaching staff is encouraged to present research papers on education and social issues in reputed journals and participate in seminars and conferences. Lectures on ethics, personality development and moral code by eminent educationists are organized throughout the year.
The Faculty of Education has an enviable 100 percent record of placement of young teachers trained at the University.
|Year of Establishment||:||2003|
|Programs offered||:||B.Ed, BTC, B.Sc.-B.Ed.(Integrated), B.A.-B.Ed.(Integrated), B.Ed.- M.Ed.(Integrated)*, M.Ed, Ph.D.|
|No. of Labs||:||5 (Computer, Science (2), Psychology, Communication)|
|No. of Books & Journals||:||Books - 7544; National Jorunals: 10; Magazines: 06|
|E-Journals||:||Through EBSCO & DELNET Database|
*Subject to NCTE approval