B.Ed Colleges in Mangalore



B.Ed Colleges in Mangalore offer graduate degree programs in education. Today B.Ed (Bachelors of Education) is a must for every person who wants to take up teaching as his or her career. B.Ed degree is compulsory for teaching in high schools. All the B.Ed colleges at Mangalore function under the governance of National Council for Teacher Education which is the statutory body to regulate this course in India.

Eligibility for B.Ed courses



Anyone who has completed his or her B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) or B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science) can apply for this program in the B.Ed colleges of Mangalore. The arts students are offered training to teach subjects such as geography, history, civics, literature and languages while the science students are trained to teach physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics. After completion of the B.Ed courses, one can apply for masters in the same from any recognized University.

Given below is the list of B.Ed Colleges in Mangalore:

  • College of Teacher Training
    Dakshin Kannada, Mangalore 575 001

  • Karavali College of Education
    NH 17, Near Kottara Chowki Junction, Mangalore - 575 013.
    Phone: +91-824- 2455656, 6451499

  • Indira Gandhi B.Ed College
    Nehru Avenue Road, Lalbagh, Mangalore 575003

Amongst the above listed B.Ed colleges of Mangalore, Indira Gandhi B.Ed College is one of the most famous colleges for its well developed infrastructure. The college offers only 60 seats for this 1 year course and provides training through some experienced professionals from the field of education.



Last Updated on 21 September 2011



     


     

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