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by Dr. Shafiq-ur-Rahman
The Department of Teacher Training & Non-Formal Education was established as a Teacher Training Institute in 1938 under the inspiring leadership of Dr. Zakir Husain in response to the need to prepare teachers for the Basic Education Scheme launched by Mahatma Gandhi in 1937. This Teacher Training Institute was perhaps the first of its kind in the country to have started training of teachers for Basic schools which were offering crafts centered indigenous education to children. The T.T.I. gradually expanded its activities and got developed into Teachers’ College. T.T.I. who also took lead in the country by offering teacher training programme for Art Teachers in schools. The college refurbished in its programmes and activities under the dynamic and dedicated leadership of its two great teacher educators Mr. Saeed Ansari and Dr. Salamatullah who nourished this institution until it attained the status of a Faculty of Education. In the process of reorganization the Teacher’s College and its Facultization in 1980, three departments were formed viz. Department of Teacher Training and Non Formal Education, Department of Foundations of Education and Department of Fine Arts & Art Education.
In pursuance of the recommendations of the NPE, 1986 a centrally sponsored scheme of Strengthening and Reorganization of Teacher Education was adopted by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 1987 under which many teacher training institutions were to be strengthened and a selected number was to be upgraded to the status of Institutes of Advanced Studies in Education (IASEs) . The Department of Teacher Training & Non-Formal Education of the Jamia was the first institution in the country to have been upgraded to IASE under this scheme in 1988. Obviously this up gradation had accorded due recognition to the past services and contributions made by the Department of Teacher Training & Non-Formal Education to the cause of teacher education and had expressed the faith of the Government in the progressive traditions of this historic institution. The purpose of up gradation is to develop the institution into a centre of excellence in teaching and research. The broad functions of the Institute are: imparting pre-service and in-service education to the secondary/special education/elementary/nursery school teachers; preparing personnel for elementary teacher education institutions and their continuing education; developing and publishing for dissemination useful material for teachers and teacher-educators; and undertaking research, innovation and extension work in the field. The Institute had been carrying out most of these functions even before its up gradation as an IASE except that now there is an enhanced emphasis on continuing education. The Institute publishes quality material produced by its faculty for use by the classroom practitioners.
Diploma in Elementary Education (2year), prepares teachers for elementary schools, B.Ed 1(year) prepares teachers for secondary/ Sr. secondary schools (at present training in 17 school subjects being offered), B.Ed ( special Education) 1(year) prepares teachers for children with special needs: in areas of (Visual Impairment & Learning Disability, B.Ed (Nursery Education) 1(year) prepares teachers for nursery school and teacher educators for nursery / primary Education, M.Ed (Special Education) 1(year) prepares teacher educators for Special Education in V.I. & L.D.), M.A. (Education) 2(years) prepares teacher educators, and Ph.D. Programme.
(1) B.Ed Course
(2) B.Ed (Nursing Education) Course
(3) B.Ed (Special Education)
Computer & Teaching Laboratories:
Computer Lab. is now utilized by B.Ed. and Dip. in ETE students. The teachers are also being oriented about the use of computers and Teaching Lab.
The IASE is well known for training given in various crafts to pre-service and in-service teachers. The crafts included in the curriculum are Gardening, Leather Craft, Card Board Craft, Soft Toy Making, Wood Craft, Repair & Maintenance of Domestic & Electrical Gadgets, Photography and Interior Decoration. Thrust areas being Batik work, Tie and Dye, Horticulture & Kitchen gardening etc.
N.S.S. Camp is being organised in IASE for campus development every year. All students of the IASE are divided into six Houses namely Ajmal House, Azad House, Gandhi House, Mujeeb House, Nehru House and Zakir House. The whole campus is divided into six areas and one area is given to each House. The students work with fervour from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. In the evening cultural activities like Poem Recitation/Ghazal Singing, Folk Dance, Fancy Dress, Rangoli, Utilization of Waste Material and Extempore Debates are organized by the students.
Games & Sports:
IASE is well known for its innovative and experimental approach towards games and sports which comprise a remarkably wide range of events. Students participate in these events in large numbers either in the form of Inter-House competitions or on individual basis.
Co-curricular activities have always been an essential component of the teacher training programme of the IASE. All the students of B.Ed. and Diploma ETE are divided into six Houses and carry out the activities under the guidance of House Advisors. The Annual Function is held every year before the commencement of Annual Examination. Students are given medals and certificates for their excellence in Academics, Cultural Activities and Sports & Games.