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Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba, Maharashtra
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Plot No : 1399
Mahakavi Bhushan Road
Post Office : Colaba
Colaba (District Mumbai (Bombay))
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 400039


Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra is managed by Society: Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, K. C. College Building, Dinshaw Wachha Road, Churchgate, Mumbai - 400 020. Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra was established on / in 1969.


Principal of Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra is Dr. Smt Mintu Sinha.

Bombay Teachers Training College is situated in Colaba of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Colaba comes under Mumbai Tehsil, Mumbai (Bombay) District.

Fax # of Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra is +91-22-22845857.

email ID(s) is Bombay Teachers Training College Colaba Maharashtra

Website of Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra is www.bttc.edu/.


Contact Details of Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-22-22047160, 22828899


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Courses

Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra runs course(s) in Teacher Training and Education, Training stream(s).
Bachelor in Teacher Education(B.Ed.), Diploma in Teacher Education(D.Ed.), Diploma in Early Childhood Care and Education , Master in Teacher Education(M.Ed.), Ph.D. (English) , M.A.

Approval details: Bombay Teachers Training College is affiliated with University of Mumbai (UoM), Mumbai (Maharashtra)

Profile of Bombay Teachers Training College

The Bombay Teachers Training College is situated in the bustling business district of South Mumbai, flanked by the Gateway of India and Taj Mahal Hotel. It holds its own identity in the vicinity of towering heritage landmarks. It is a hop away from the Chhattrapati Shivaji Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Jehangir Art Gallery and the Bombay Natural History Society.


Date of Submission : 31/08/2010, Tuesday 4:43 PM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : WMHBMCIN-3143
TAN. No : MUMB13929G

NACC Accredited : Yes
--NCTE NACC Grade : A
--Year of NACC Accredation : 2004
Minority : Yes
--Minorty Type : Linguistic
--Religion : NA
--Language :
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Leased Land/Building
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 0
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 836
Nature of land holding : Lease
Type of Land(Lease) : Private
Construction completed Date : 3/05/1990
Shared Campus Area : 2930
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 1399
Revenue Village of the land : 0
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : Yes
Type of college/institution : Co-education college
Management of the college/institution : Government aided institution
Management of college/Institute : NA
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act :
Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 Society
Regn Act 1860
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 7
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 1
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 8
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 950
Seating Capacity : 60
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 1679
Books of Teacher Education : 1679
No.of Journals : 27
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 31
Area of Lab : 420
No of Computers : 25
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Availability of VCR : Yes

Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) :
Adjustment Inventory
Intelligence Test, Non Verbal Test, InterestInventory, Judging Intelligence by Photographs, Judging Emotions, Kohlstedt Diagnostic, Passi Test of Creativity, Standard Progressive Matrices, Study Habits Inventory, Teachers Value Inventory, Teaching Aptitude Test, Thematic AppreceptionTest

Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
Span of Apprehension Mental Fatigue Trial and Error _Mirror Star Pattern Cup & Ball Free Association Jung's Free Association Test Material for Perceptual Grouping Figure and Ground Set Optical Illusion Imagination Concept formation Recall and Recognition Suggestion Group Influence Maize Experiment
Area of science Lab : 0

Physical Science Name Experiment : NIL
Name of Charts(Physical Science) : NIL
Name Experiment(Biological Science) : NIL
Name Charts(Biological Science) : NIL
Name Model(Biological Science) : NIL
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : 0
Name of Equipments(Language Lab) : NIL
Name of Charts(Language Lab) : NIL
Indoor Game Area : 60
Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : CHESS CARROM

Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) :
RUN IN PAIRS 200 MTR RUN 400 MTR RUN LEMON & SPOON SHOT PUT LONG JUMP
Area of Outdoor Games : 0

Name & No. of Instruments(arts & carfts) : NIL
Name Charts(arts & carfts) : NIL
Name of Models(arts & carfts) : NIL
Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) : NIL
No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) : NIL
Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) : NIL
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) : NIL
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) : NIL
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) : NIL
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) : NIL
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) : NIL

Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) :
HARMONIUM TABALA DHOLAK DRUM

Name & No. of Instruments(Athletics) : NIL
Size of Track(Athletics) : NIL
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : CHESS 2 CARROM BOARD 2
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : 420

Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
OUT GAMES ARE CONDUCTED ON RENTED GROUND
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : 0

Gym Facility for Women : No
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 0
No of Stnations(men) : 0
Area of Women Gym : 0
No of Stnations(women) : 0
Mode of Salary : Through Bank
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : Each Faculty
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 60002723453
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 20/10/2007
Opening Balance : 758601
Fees : 1470306
Donation : 0
MISC : 554000
Total Amount Receipts : 2782907
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 4236910
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 1301115
Expenditure Library : 30755
Expenditure Laboratory : 0
Expenditure Furniture : 10200
Expenditure Misc : 450488
Total Expenditure : 6029468
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 1459388
Name of Auditor/CA : U D Aval
Address of Auditor/CA :
53/3 Shakti Bhavan Sion West
Mumbai 22
Phone NO. : 9820100611

Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
WMHBMCTE-16752 Assistant Professor
WMHBMCTE-23186 Principal
WMHBMCTE-16799 Assistant Professor
WMHBMCTE-12554 Assistant Professor
WMHBMCTE-12884 Assistant Professor
WMHBMCTE-14417 Assistant Professor
WMHBMCTE-16750 Assistant Professor
WMHTHNTE-13917 Assistant Professor
WMHTHNTE-15377 Assistant Professor

Composition of Society/Trust
Name Address
Mr Kishu Mansukhani 202 Sind Coop Hsg Soc Sadhu Vaswani Marg Aundh Pune 7 514 Hiranandani Constructions Ltd Dalamal
Mr Niranjan Hiranandani Towers Nariman Point Mumbai 21
Mr Anil Harish CCI Chambers Churchgate Mumbai 20
Dr L H Hiranandani Amarchand Mansion Madam Cama Road Mumbai 1

Media coverage of Bombay Teachers Training College, Colaba Maharashtra, Maharashtra

NAAC report of Bombay Teachers Training College

SECTION 1 : PREFACE.
Bombay Teachers' training College situated at Mahakavi Bhushan Road, Apollo Bunder, Colaba in Mumbai was established by Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, Mumbai in June, 1969. It is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. The institute is a recognised Minority (Sindhi) Institution. The college has the recognition of NCTE Western Regional Committee for B.Ed., M.Ed. courses and is permanently affiliated to University of Mumbai. The present intake of B.Ed. is 100 vide NCTE order No. WRC/5-6/2k/11022 dated 12th December, 2000.

In addition to B.Ed., the college is offering Pre-primary Diploma course in Early Childhood Education of one-year duration, as an extension wing and the sanctioned intake is 30 and also a certificate course EDLE of 4 months duration with an intake capacity of 25.

The college has a faculty strength of 10 members including the Principal. Among these five are Ph.D. holders with long experience in Teacher Education. There are 9 administrative staff. The temporal plan of academic work of college is annual system. The college has a Central Library, Computer centre, Conference Hall, Laboratories, Seminar Room, Separate Common Rooms for Ladies and Gents, Psychology Lab., Multi-purpose Room, sufficient class-rooms, adequate staff room and Sports facilities.

Programmes such as Workshops, Seminar-cum-Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research, Development and Extension, Action Research, Workshop on Training of Teachers on issues related to AIDS Awareness, Blood Donation and Environmental Education, S.U.P.W. are conducted for professional development of teachers.

Apart from this college, the Management has been running a number of professional, Arts and commerce Colleges.

As a part of their process of introspection and growth, the college volunteered to be Assessed and Accredited by NAAC and submitted the Self Study Report to the Council for evaluation during 2003.

The Peer Team constituted for assessment of the college is

Professor P. Venkataramaiah, Chairman - Co-ordinator
Southern Regional
Committee, NCTE, Bangalore.
#436, Viswamanava Double Road
Kuvempu Nagar, Mysore - 570009

Professor V.B.B. Sarma, Member
Former Dean of Education
Osmania University
Hyderabad .

Professor A. Satyavati, Member
Former Principal, College of
Education
Sri Padmavati Women's University
Tirupati.

The Peer Team visited the college on 4th and 5th March, 2004. During the visit the team went through the relevant documents, observed the facilities provided by the college to the Staff and Students and interacted with Management Committee, Principal, Teaching Staff, Non-teaching Staff, Students and Alumni of the college. The team also visited practicing schools. The Academic, Co-curricular, Extra Curricular and Extension Activities were reviewed. The observations of the Peer Team under different criteria are reported here under:

CRITERION - I : CURRICULAR DESIGN AND PLANNING
The institute used to admit students on the basis of their academic record through counselling. At present the admission procedure has been decentralized and for the academic year 2003-2004, the college filled up all the 100 students giving, due preference to Linguistic Minority (Sindhi), Schedule Tribes, Schedule Castes, Other Backward Classes, Nomadic Tribes and Dependents of Defence Personnel. The other criteria such as participation in co-curricular activities, teaching experience are also considered. Due preference is given to Sindhi candidates. After admission, there is provision for assessing student-trainees' knowledge and skills for the programme. A Talent show is organized for the students in the beginning of the academic year and their talents and organizational skills are assessed through this show. The students have participated in Seminar Presentations and various Competitions during the course of the academic year. These have helped them in the improvement of their presentations and organization skills.

The college conducts various remedial courses for the educationally disadvantaged students. Similarly for the advanced learners in order to keep up the challenge, enough opportunities are provided in the form of various activities like Seminars, Paper Presentations, Organizing Activities, Intel Course and giving Prizes and Awards. The institution prepares the course outlines in the beginning of the session. The course implementation is done as per teaching schedule with the allocation of the theory papers. The teacher educator in-charge of the particular papers prepares the course outlines. The syllabi are unitised accordingly to the teaching schedule throughout the year. The students are provided flexibility in offering different optional papers, field work, practice teaching, medium of writing examination. Attempt is made on the part of the academic staff to encourage each and every learner and to help them evolve into multi faceted personalities with a broad range of skill sets.

Staff meetings are held frequently for reviewing the teaching programmes. The college runs programmes like, the English Communication Skills Course, Basic Computer Course and a Certificate Course in Early Childhood Education.

During the last three years, the institution introduced under the aegis of the Bombay Institute of Education, the Educational Leadership Course in collaboration with the State University of West Georgia, USA, Diploma in Early Childhood Education.

The institution organizes various institution - school-community networking activities such as participating as resource persons, sports, tournaments, celebrating different important days, surveys, awareness programmes, etc.

CRITERION - II : CURRICULUM TRANSACTION AND EVALUATION
The college has set up a good standard for curriculum transaction and evaluation. Every year, planning is done in the month of March. Accordingly different portions are classified into three parts. They are - Curricular Activities, Co-curricular Activities and Supplementary Activities. In order to achieve the set goals of all-round development of student teacher, the college adopts a timetable for transaction of Curriculum with Practice Teaching Programme, Examinations, both theory and practicals, Essay Writing, Tutorials, Remedial Teaching, Revision, Community Work, S.U.P.W. and Project Work.

Under co-curricular activities, as they are considered to be the intrinsic part of the educational endeavour in a educational college for self expression of the individual and act as agencies for the development of the personality, the college conducts Educational Visits, Sports and Games, Students' Council, B.T.T.C.Week Celebrations of various days of national importance.

As supplementary activities are useful for student teacher to help in curriculum improvement and promote college-community relations, the college conducts Action Research Programme, Seminar/Workshops, International Collaboration, Beautification of College, Welfare Activities and Guest Lectures.

The institution promotes interactive teaching learning through various modes and activities keeping in view the results of modern researches in Educational Psychology and Communication Technology. The interactive teaching learning is promoted through Group Discussions, Brain Storming, Micro-teaching, Simulated Teaching, Programmed Learning, Dramatization Role-play, etc. Lectures are supplemented with activities, which involve the students' active participation.

The institution organizes a seminar-cum-workshop for preparation and use of Audio-Visual Aids so as to provide proper orientation to the students. The preparation of visual aids including extensive use of Computers, Overhead Projector, LCD, Slide Projector, Television/VCR and Tape recorder, helps to make the teaching learning process more effective.

For transaction of theory courses including methodology courses, the teacher educators deliver lectures, organize seminars, workshops, assignments and a few topics are given for self study. They arrange discussions and interact with students helping them to present papers on different topics, conduct tutorials and evaluate students performance that strengthens and deepens the learning process. Preparation for practice teaching is comprehensive and thorough. Extensive use is made of micro teaching, demonstration lessons followed by feed back sessions during which doubts are cleared and perceptions are sharpened. Observation of peer teaching is enhanced by the observation proforma given to each student. Peer feed back is considered to be an important aspect of the learning process.

In the orientation programme, the student teachers are given a clear picture of both theory and practice, i.e. Part A and Part B and their evaluation criteria, both internal and external as laid down by the University. The students are involved in the qualitative and practical work of peers.

The institution monitors overall performance of the student teachers to ensure the achievements of the course objectives by the following activities:

Academic Activities
Co-curricular Activities
Complementary Activities

Faculty members have participated as resource persons, as participants at Regional, State and National Level Seminars and three staff members have participated at international level and one staff member acted as resource person at international seminar.

Self Appraisal Proforma are used to evaluate faculty performance in teaching, research and extension. Regular student appraisal is conducted and built into teaching as students evaluate the teacher performance at the end of the course. Peer group also critically observes the lectures of the colleagues.

For faculty development, the institution conducts/seminars, workshops and programmes for teacher educators, such as Seminar on Stress Management, Educational Leadership Course, Orientation Programme on new Syllabus etc. The teacher trainees are made to submit a write up on all the seminar talks given by the visiting faculty. The institution has established linkages at the Local, National and International level for teaching and research. The college organizes many activities informally to impart value-based education among the pupil teachers, through morning assembly, celebrations of national days, celebrations of religious festivals, seminars, cultural programmes.

Civic responsibilities are inculcated in the students through cleanliness drive, awareness programmes, involvement in activities like blood donation, exhibitions inculcating regular work habits.

CRITERION III : RESEARCH AND EXTENSION
The college has an active Research Committee for promotions of research in education. The faculty and students are involved in Action Research, Project related research and also research leading to a doctoral degree. Since its inception the college has had a research committee comprising the Principal and the University Recognized Research Guides.

The teachers are constantly motivated to take up research work. Out of 10 staff members, only 3 are yet to actively involve in doctoral research in education. Two persons are recognized as Ph.D. guides of University of Mumbai. The management of the college has research grants that can be used for conducting research activities and study related travel abroad for further professional development. The details of early publications by faculty are impressive. Adjustment in teaching schedule is usually made to help the person involved in research. But no member of the teaching faculty is a fellow of any academic body or academic society. It is commendable that one of the teacher was given the national award by the NCERT for her paper in the year 1994.

Six research scholars were awarded Ph.D. during the last five years under the guidance of Dr. B.P. Lulla, the former Principal of the institution. A number of research projects have been completed during the last 5 years. The college provides consultancy services to other educational institutions. To conduct extension activities, one of the staff members was given additional charge. The college is involved in various activities of community service and education. Students are involved in community development; working with schools and school teachers, Blood Donation, AIDS awareness and many other areas. Students and teachers are encouraged to participate in extension services by providing of duty leave and adjustment in time table. The college collaborated with N.G.O.s in extension works, Self instructional, print and non-print material are developed as an aid to the teaching learning process.

CRITERION IV ; INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
Bombay Teachers' Training College functions in a building that has an area of 836.85 sqm. area with adequate infrastructure for its courses. The building is well maintained.

16 computers with latest configuration provide ample opportunities for students with an access to Internet and website of the institution. A number of education related CD-ROMs and Video Cassettes are available. Computer Education has been made part of the syllabus.

The college has a compact library with a stock of 13,828 educational books, 30 periodicals and journals, encyclopaedia and reference books. The library has 1147 books in the Book Bank. Library has been maintained quite well.

The college has a multipurpose hall and a Gymnasium to conduct indoor games. The institution has well maintained Psychology Laboratory, Science and Education and Technology Laboratories are kept upto date. However the physics part of the physical science is weaker.

CRITERION V : STUDENTS SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The institution has a proven record of successful performance in the university examinations by the students.

The college has got registered Alumni Association with specific aims and objectives. The former pupils, many of them in prominent positions in the area of education are a strong support to the college as resource persons.

The staff guides the students to the use of modern technology for educational purposes and innovative experimentation with the technology. All the members of the faculty are available for academic and personal counselling when the students need the same.

There is no placement cell, but the college helps the students through informal guidance. This has helped in the placement of many of the students of this college in reputed schools and institutes.

CRITERION - VI : ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
The Bombay Teachers' Training College is an Aided - Minority (Sindhi) Institution and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. It is managed by the Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, Mumbai. The management has very senior educationists and men of reputation on the board. During the discussion the management expressed their desire to continue and also expand the international linkages with the institution. It is good to see the encouragement extended by the management to the faculty encouraging them to participate in national and international seminars by providing travel grants.

There is an efficient internal coordinating and monitoring system among the teaching faculty. The academic calendar is prepared with the participation of all the teachers. The grievance redressal mechanism is largely informal and personalized because of easy access of the Principal and members of the Management. The Management is well versed in modern developments in the fields of education and management. The institution has involved the trainees in community service programme in the past.

Professional development of Non-teaching staff is also taken care of by the college.

OVERALL ANALYSIS AND SUGGESTIONS
The Peer Team observed the following strengths in the college:

The discipline in the college is good

The teaching and non-teaching staff, students and management have cordial relationship

The image of the college as a reputed Teacher Training Institute is very good in the community at large.

The practicing schools have high opinion on the quality of students trained by the college

The students are given training in the use of MS Word and Power Point and Internet

The opportunity provided by the institution to do Diploma Early Childhood Education course along with B.Ed. is commendable.

Library, the heart of the institution, is maintained very well with open access system.

Suggestions:
As per NAAC guideline, the college should set up an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) for continuous internal quality checks, all through the year designating one staff member as Chief Quality Auditor (CQA)

It is better to establish Institution-Community work by selecting places closer to the college as is being done in the case of practice teaching schools.

The college can adopt one or two schools of low percentage of passes and improve the quality of education by extending material and human resources.

The college can establish in a formal way, a placement and counselling cell for the students.

The publication of articles on education by the faculty members in professional journals is desirable.

The faculty members be advised to get major/minor research projects from UGC/NCERT/NCTE.

The Peer Team wishes to acknowledge its appreciation for the excellent good will and cooperation that are extended by the institution during the visit. The Team highly appreciates the composition of the management which has members drawn from high education background and different walks of life. The management has deep concern and strong interest for the quality of higher education in their institutions. The all-round efforts made by the faculty, librarian and students of the college under the able guidance of the Dr.(Mrs) Maya M. Lulla, the Principal, are very satisfactory.

The Peer Team is confident that the college will make great strides and establish a name in the field of teacher education. The Peer Team would like to place on record its appreciation for the cooperation and support received from the management, faculty, students, alumni, practice teaching schools, etc. The members would like to place on record the positive attitude of teachers, students and other staff in helping the process of assessment by providing all the necessary information and support. The Peer Team in particular wishes to acknowledge their great appreciation to the Principal Dr. Maya M. Lulla for her excellent help. The members of the team do hope that the college will grow from strength to strength with the dedication of Principal and other Staff to achieve academic excellence in the coming years.

Name of the Chairman & Coordinator : Prof. P. Venkataramaiah

Name of the Member : Prof. V.B.B. Sarma

Name of the Member : Prof. A. Satyavati

Dr.(Mrs) M. M. Lulla
Principal

Place: Colaba, Mumbai-39.

Date: 5th March, 2004

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