Dr. D. KUMAR
M.Sc. (Psy), M.A.(His), M.A.(Eng) M.Ed., M.Phil. (Edn.), UGC-NET.(Edn.) , Ph. D (Edn.).
Principal


My Dear Students,

“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”.

India has a large number of teachers and it needs many more. The process of teacher education is that training, motivation, recruitment, incentives, retention and feedback. Therefore, we have to be planned on a large scale in order to strengthen the standard of the teacher training processes in our country. Further, the ultimate goal of teacher education is to train the student-teacher and development of modules and teaching strategies and also it should be ensure the optimum level of learning which takes place normally in the classrooms.

Teacher education refers to the policies and procedures designed to equip prospective teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the classroom, school and wider community. Teaching involves the use of a wide body of knowledge about the subject being taught, and another set of knowledge about the most effective ways to teach that subject to different kinds of learner; it therefore requires teachers to undertake a complex set of tasks every minute.

Hence, we suggest that teacher education should be inclusive and take into account multiple backgrounds and variables to allow teachers to be responsive to the requirements of their students. This falls into the area of culturally responsive teaching and requires teaching education and teachers to address issues of diversity education and disadvantage as part of a teacher education curriculum that this is an essential process in helping students of ethnicity, colour and diversity achieve and attain.

Teachers are the nation builders and are considered to be the pillars of a developing country. “A teacher’s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image”. It is said that “in the second decade of the 21st century. Teacher education has an enormous role to play in the Social, Intellectual, and Moral and in general transmission of the world. Hence, professional teacher preparation is the need of the hour. The aim of Indira Gandhi College of Education is to prepare quality teachers suitable to future needs of the country.

Our vision is “to develop a new generation of student-teachers for a better society, who are academically sound, well-trained, dedicated and determined to serve the community and nation at large”. In order to achieve our vision we have the following mission statements as our short term goals to reach at our Indira Gandhi College of Education;

  • To provide ample opportunities for the unfoldment of the personality of the individual as the learner.
  • To train the student-teachers for good citizenship.
  • To train them for leadership quality.
  • To inculcate social and moral values.
  • To train them as socialistic, secularistic and democratic citizens (i.e.) our Indian educational aim.
  • Education is the power of the life. So, we assure you that if you could get yourself admitted in this college will be asserts for your endower and for the better future. The Indira Gandhi College of Education is doing its service for the betterment of the socially and economically weaker sections of the rural population in the state. The suppressed and oppressed students were benefited by our institution. The management has a firm idea that everyone should be educated by means of which the whole society would be prosperous. Our college will always support our goal for the betterment of education which will enlighten the fruitful growth of the society. Hope, that the facility and its valuable intellectual resources and infrastructure may be utilised by all the budding teacher training students.

    Wish you all the very best!

    Principal
    Indira Gandhi College of Education