Teacher Education and B-Ed colleges Mysore

The majestic city of Mysore is emerging as an educational hub with the establishments of numerous schools, colleges and technical institutions. Beside a heavy inflow of students opting for engineering and medical courses, a large section is interested in taking up teaching as their profession. The Teacher Education and B-Ed colleges Mysore offer courses in teaching to the aspiring teachers.

These colleges provide excellent facilities and guide the students in every aspect. Some of the leading Teacher Education and B-Ed colleges in Mysore are:

  • Farooquia TTI for Girls
  • Government Maharani TTI
  • Institute of Education
  • Jagadguru Shishuvihar TTI for Women
  • JSSTTI for Men
  • Government Hindi Teachers Training College, Siddarthanagar
  • Omkar Somani College of Education
  • Ramakrishna Institute of Moral Education
  • Regional Institute of Education
  • SKMKG College of Education
  • Sharada Vilas Teacher College
  • St Joseph S College Of Education
  • Basaveshwar BEd College
  • College of Teacher Education,
  • Government College of Teacher Education
  • Dist Institute of Education and Training Government TTI
These colleges offer D. Ed or Diploma in Education, B. Ed or Bachelor degree in education and other specialized courses. Students from all over the country come to study in these colleges.

Last Updated on : March 30, 2016


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