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Chhaya Educational Trust envisions Quality education, inspiring value based Education and career oriented education.


Our mission is to keep pace with the futuristic growing civilized world society. It intends to develop young student teacher, who possesses knowledge and confidence to adjust to the fast changing world of the competitive scenario without losing traces of humanity.


The following goals and objectives have been laid down by Dev Education College to realize the vision to fulfill the mission of the College.

·        To help future prospective teachers to develop competence in each subjects of their specialization, on the basis of an adequate theory of learning and sound knowledge of the subjects.

·        To enable the prospective teachers to use their skills in an intelligent manners.

·        To enable them to receive quality education.

·        To impart sound and all round education to the student teachers.

·        To provide proper orientation to them, aimed at drawing their potentialities.

·        To equip them with the futuristic outlook, suitable to the nation development.


Dev Education College was established in 1st July, 2005 under the banner of Chhaya Educational Trust by the great visionary Dr. S.K. Tyagi, as its chairman with a sole motto to provide Quality Education to the students. The college is situated in the close vicinity of Agra, the city of Taj, in Barhan on Etmadpur road, overlooking Etmadpur, a historical place, away from the city pollution with lush green surroundings. The teacher training programme is designed to develop overall personality of the students. Thus, Intellectual, Physical, Character and Social development are very important to develop their personalities and to evolve a complete man.


Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University advertises a notice of filling the form for Entrance Exam of B.Ed. course in different newspapers. After conducting entrance examination the university displays merit list/Rank list of candidates on Net according to General, OBC, SC/ST categories respectively. On the basis of rank list the University calls the candidates. In the university, a list of Recognized B.Ed. colleges is displayed and the selected candidates are asked to give the name of the colleges on 1st, 2nd and 3rd preference in counseling.

          The university issues allotment letter to the candidates.  There after candidates report at the allotted college within the reporting date as mentioning in their allotment letter at allotted college. Candidate fulfills all the mandatory requirements to confirm their admissions. There after college issues confirmation slip to the candidate.


1. Orientation Programme                             2. Teaching

3. Extension Lecture                                     4. Teacher’s Day Celebration

5. Gandhi Jayanti Celebration                       6. Micro & Macro Teaching

7. Social Service                                          8. Action Research

9. Case Study                                              10. Book Review

11. Paper Analysis                                        12. Science Practical

13. Language Learning                                 14. Computer Learning

15. Psychological Test                                 16. Achievement Test

17. Guidance Bureau                                    18. Blood Donation Camp

19. Pulse Polio Camp                                   20. Sports Week

21. Seminar                                                 22. Workshop

23. Educational Tour                                    24. Annual Day


The course papers of Teacher training programmes are:

1.     Philosophical & Sociological Foundation of Education.

2.     Indian Education & its problems.

3.     Educational Psychology & Measurement.

4.     School Administration.

5.     Educational Technology.

6.     Methodology of two school subjects.

Practical Work:

1.     Preparation of teaching aids and experiment (5+5) in two offering subjects. Experiments are meant for science students only.

2.     Administration of any five Psychological tests and interpretation of test scores.

3.     Observation of lessons taught by student teachers in each method.

4.     Construction and administration of two achievement tests in two school subjects

5.     Action Research/Case study- one project for Action Research and one subject for case study.

6.     Rovers & Rangers Camp. (5 days)

7.     Practical programme- Each student teacher will be required to deliver forty lessons (20+20) in the subjects offered by them.

8.     Co-curricular Activities.

9.     Extension Lectures.

10. Book Review

11. Paper Analysis

12. Computer Learning

13. Language Learning


Multipurpose Resource centre: The Institute has modern equipment for preparing lectures to enhance the level of teaching learning process. The Lab is equipped with the following items.

T.V.                                              V.C.R.

Tape Recorder                              Radio

O.H.P                                           Slide Projector

Digital Camera                               C.C.T.V. Camera

V.C.D.                                          MP3 Player

Audio C.D. Player                         Media Projector (LCD Projector)

Automatic Slide Projector


It is well established with appropriate experiments and tests. It contains thirty five psychological tests of various aspects like intelligence, personality, attitudes, interest, aptitudes, value inventory, creativity, adjustment, socio-metric etc.


A wide variety of games are recognized to keep students physically and mentally fit. Basketball, Volleyball, Cricket, Football, Badminton, Chess, Carom etc are very popular amongst the students.


          The lack of proficiency in English Language is a common problem of students. In order to correct this deficiency the institutes have established a Language laboratory which helps in enhancing the language and communication skills of the students. The laboratory is equipped with latest facilities for learning the language under the guidance of an experienced faculty, or even independently.


Computer Lab is equipped and spacious computer labs to meet the computing needs of the students. Lab consists of 50 systems at a time.


          Libraries are the hub of academic life of campuses. The institute has well equipped library consisting of 17,601 books on various subjects of B.Ed, B.P.Ed. and other subjects related to the course. Library is well stocked having books, journals, and encyclopedia, reference books which includes dictionaries, general awareness books, survey and reports. All modern aids, including digital libraries with CDs of important published materials, have been available to Dev Education College.


Medical examination and medicines are made available on any emergency situation. For any minor illness a qualified doctor has been appointed who stays 24 hours within the college.


To cater for outstation students, separate hostels for boys & girls are available. These hostels have their own messes for dining. The rooms are clean & airy with facility for lighting & fan. Adequate toilet facilities exist. The college provides hostel facilities for 20 for boys & 80 for girls students separately.


To promote creativity in writing skill among students, college has taken an initiation to publish/come out quarterly and annual magazine. On the other side, College newsletter name OZASWI is regularly being published monthly,quarterly magazine “Dev Sthali” & Annual Magazine “Dev Punj” which includes the details of all the activities of college especially academic achievements, sports, and extra curricular activities by students and the staff members.

TRANSPORT FACILITY: Free Transport Facility



Summer Uniform-

For Boys: White Shirt & Black Pant, Black Shoes & White Shocks

For Girls: White suit with Navy Blue Dupatta or White Saree with Navy Blue border & White Blouse, Black shoes & White shocks (Saree is compulsory during Micro and Macro Teaching)

Winter Uniform-

For Boys: White shirt & Black pant, Black shoes & White shocks, Black Blazer or sweater.

For Girls: White Saree with Navy Blue border & White Blouse or White suit with Navy Blue Dupatta, Black Shoes & White shocks, Black sweater or Cardigan.


1.      The students admitted to the institutes will be governed by the conduct and discipline rules of the institutes as laid down from time to time.

2.      The students are responsible to the H.O.D./Principal of the Institute for their conduct in public and at the institute.

3.      All the students shall wear uniform as specified. Students will not be permitted in the institutes premises without uniform.

4.      Students will have to be punctual and regular in attendance, both in theory and practical, and also in submission of term-work, project reports etc. for grant of terms he/she should have put in 80% attendance in theory and practical separately.

5.      Each student will have to obtain an identity card duly signed by the H.O.D. of the institute at the beginning of each academic year and display it constantly on person. The identity card must be presented whenever demanded by any faculty or staff of the institute.

6.      Smoking, chewing of tobacco, Gutka and other elements are strictly prohibited in the institute/campus.

7.      All-important instructions, notices will be displayed on the notice boards of the Institute. The students must develop habit of seeing notice boards regularly. Failure to read notice will not be accepted as an excuse for non-compliance of instructions.

8.      Use of mobile phones is not permitted in the classroom.

9.      Students leaving the hostel any time before completing an academic session shall pay the hostel fee for both the semesters. No refund will be made except caution deposit.

10. In all matters pertaining to the institute and students, the decision of the H.O.D./Principal will be final and binding on the students.

11. Students will have to pay for repairs/replacement of the Institute property damaged or lost due to their carelessness.

12. Students should behave in an orderly, disciplined and decent manner in the Institute campus/hostel premises.

13. Students should not indulge in any anti-national, anti-government, anti-institute, anti-social activity, which disturb peace and harmony of the society. If any student is found involved in such activities, he/she will be immediately expelled from the institute under intimation to law enforcement authorities.

14. The personal belongings/valuable of the students, either in the hostel of in the institute campus should be safeguarded by the students only. Institute will not be responsible for the loss or damage caused to them.

15. Students have to appear for Class Test Series, Micro Teaching, Macro Teaching, and Class Seminar, failing of which, will attract fine at the discretion of Management.


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