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About the Institution

Established in the year 1986, Mahatma Junior College of Education is the first unaided linguistic minority institution in Maharashtra to offer Diploma in Education. It has always been in the forefront in the field of elementary teacher training for the last three decades of its existence. Our team of dedicated and experienced teachers impart quality education through academics and co-curricular activities for the all-round development of each student.

The college is recognized by the Government of Maharashtra, SCERT and NCTE.
Approved intake of 2 division of 50 students each.

Mission

To develop cognitively enriched, socially committed and inspired teachers in a conducive teaching learning environment.

Vision

To motivate students-teachers to acquaint themselves with the structures of school subjects and see their relation with standard-wise objectives, syllabus and methodology.

Objectives

To help the student-teachers to understand the role of education in changing the Indian society, which has a great tradition behind and yet is changing continuously.
To make available opportunities of assessing and making decisions about learning experiences as a part lesson–preparation.
To provide opportunities for rationalizing the section or production of tools of evaluation and decisions about remedial teaching.

The Mahatma Education Society embarked upon its mission of “Education for all” in the year 1970. It now manages a total of 48 educational institutions spread over six elegant campuses, providing quality education from kindergarten to Post-graduate professional courses in the faculties of Engineering, Architecture, Management, Teachers Training, Arts, Science and Commerce to more than 35,000 students with 2,000 Teachers and 1,500 members of Non-Teaching Staff.

The tenacious struggle and undaunted spirit of the Chairman and C.E.O., Dr. K. M. Vasudevan Pillai and the forward looking, untiring energy of the Secretary, Dr. (Mrs.) Daphne Pillai have now transformed the Mahatma Education Society in to a global education conglomerate.

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