Thanjavur Teacher Training Institute



Thanjavur Teacher Training Institute include forms a integral part of the education in the city. Government College of Education, Ponnaiyah Teacher Training Institute and Umamaheswaranar College of Education are some of the teacher training institutes in Thanjavur.

A snapshot at some of the teacher training institutes in Thanjavur is as follows:
  • Government College of Education - Government College of Education is affiliated under Bharathidasan University. The college is approved by NCTE and offers a self financing diploma course, viz. D T Ed Diploma in Teacher Education.

  • Haji S M S Shaik Jalaludeen Teacher Training Institute - Haji S M S Shaik Jalaludeen Teacher Training Institute offers D T Ed Diploma in Teacher Education. It is a self financing diploma course.

  • Natham P R Teacher Training Institute - Natham P R Teacher Training Institute is certified under NCTE and offers D T Ed Diploma in Teacher Education.

  • Ponnaiyah Teacher Training Institute - Ponnaiyah Teacher Training Institute is approved by NCTE. It is co-educational institution that offers self financing courses. The institute offers D E Ed Diploma in Teacher Education.

  • Umamaheswaranar College of Education - Umamaheswaranar College of Education is approved by NCTE and is affiliated under Bharathidasan University. The College is a co-educational institute that offers a number of courses. B Ed in Education is an undergraduate course offered by the college. Moreover, the college also offers D T Ed Diploma in Teacher Education.


Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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