Destiny of any country is being shaped in the classroom”–with this ideal, the College of Education strives forward, keeping in view its commitment to prepare such competent and effective teachers who may provide their best to the institution and to the society at large. It is to facilitate this goal that NCTE has introduced two-year B.Ed., M.Ed. and B.P. Ed. programmes. Each of the programme has been designed to make both the teachers and students reflective practitioners, through comprehensive coverage of themes and rigorous field engagement with the child, school and community. Teachers are a section of community set apart from the rest, preparing themselves for their life's work in institutions for developing human attributes. For this, they need a comprehensive philosophy, competence, commitment and professional skills at the heart of the programme of teacher education. Also, the teacher of today and tomorrow would design a teaching situation befitting to the growth of pupils' mental health, developing commitment to a set of values with certain skills and competencies. Today the need is to bring out an 'integrated' and 'cultured' generation. For which, humanistic approach to teacher education must produce teachers to exalt the continued process of human potentials, developing such qualities as spontaneity, initiative, creativity, acceptance and self-realization of students in our schools, with a scientific temper. Keeping this in view, our school was established on 4th October, 2002.
SHUATS offers the following courses
- Bachelor of Education
(Duration: 4 Sem
, No. of Seats: 200)
Eligibilty: Candidates with at least 50% marks either in the Bachelor’s Degree and /or in the Master’s Degree in Sciences / Social Science / Humanity, (or) Bachelor’s in Engineering or Technology with specialization in Science and Mathematics with 55% marks or any other qualification equivalent thereto, are eligible for admission to the programme
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Note:- There are 15% & 25% Seats are reserved for ICAR sponsored candidates in Undergraduate and Postgraduate academic programmes. The Candidates admitted from Pure Science stream may be required to study deficiency courses of two additional semesters or 30 Credit Hours in the Agriculture P.G