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Welcome to Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Teachers Training College

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Teachers Training College is located at the Darjeeling of West Bengal, which boasts of spacious acres of land, well developed infrastructure and compressive facilities. It is a government aided institution with hostel accommodation for both male and female students. Having been first established in 6th Oct, 2006 by the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Teachers Training College, today the institution is recognized for its excellent administration, scenic location, impressive infrastructure and a crowning glory of excellence in academic results. Along with education, the college has made a mark for itself in cultural activities, social work and spiritual way of thinking. First started with a mission to spread higher learning and spiritual guidance in the hills, today the institution has reached new heights of excellence. From February 2017 the college has been affiliated to The West Bengal Teachers’ Training Education, Planning and Administration, formerly it was affiliated to the University of North Bengal. It is recognized by N.C.T.E. permanently from 2006-2007 batches as well as by the U.G.C. It is the only institution of its kind imparting B.Ed. training in Darjeeling Hills.

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The twenty first century has witnessed on impressive growth in the area of Higher Education and at the same time, it has created a new environment for education in general and higher education in particular. The rapid change and revolution in the field of information and communication technologies have opened up new vistas and as such, it demands maintenance and sustenance of quality in higher education.

In an age where science and technology is making rapid strides, extent and level of knowledge imparted to the future work force to a large extent decide the fame and fortune of different participants in the global arena. Higher education prepares and equips every society to face the challenges and opportunities of change. It promotes economic, social and cultural development and thus it has a critical role.