Centre of Excellence in Teacher Education

For Students


At CETE students are a key stakeholder and partner in acheiving centres vision and activities. The centre offers an inclusive environment to support students' comprehensive well being and provides avenues to express themselves and take initiatives that help them grow as educational professionals. The student community at the centre comprises of students from,
1. Long term programmes: BEd-MEd, MA Education and PhD
2. Short term programmes: offered on https://www.tissx.tiss.edu as part of TISS Nirantar initiative for


Support & facilities available for students at CETE

1. Academic support: Academic writing workshops; dissertation support workshops

2. Financial support: Need based financial assistance is provided to deserving students.

3. Facilities: The centre offers various facilities for students such as,

3.1 RACHANA Educational Resource Centre & Design Lab provides a workshop hall equipped with audio-visual devices. It also offers a library of books, repository of teaching-learning material and a virtual educational resource centre.

3.2 ICTs, educational software and devices: The centre provides a range of ICT applications and devices as well as research softwares to help students in their research and academic course work.

3.3 Studio and graphic design: The centre also houses a media studio and offers need based support to students.

Please contact the secretariate should you need any support. 

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Game Boards at the CETE

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Students engaged in discussion at RACHANA ERC

 

Students' Activities at CETE

1. रिyaz a students magazine - brought out by CETE and the School of Education

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Click on the above image or here to access the latest issue.

Goto Publications page to access all previous volumes and issues.


2. Students Meet

An annual research focused event, collaboratively organised by students from all courses at the centre to discuss student concerns, create a space for support and mutual learning among the diverse student community at the Institute with rich intellectual engagements and work experiences. In addition, the event brings together academicians from formal institutions in India and beyond; practitioners in the field of civil and education rights of marginalised groups; and students from different universities and TISS campuses to deliberate on issues concerning social science research and its practices, emerging methodologies and learn from skill based workshops.

Student Meet 1 (2020) - Report

Student Meet 2 (2021) - Report 


Class Representatives for even semester:

BEd-MEd sem-II : Mondeep Bhattacharjee

BEd-MEd sem-IV : Smruti Shovna 

MA Education -II  

MA Education -IV : Ajay Thomas