years ago the Guwahati University introduced B.T. for teacher of
the secondary schools. The teachers were deputed by the
Government of Asom.
But later on, B.T. was converted
to B.Ed. for one year course. This B.T. course was abolished
from Guwahati University. But the authority of Guwahati
University had given permission for opening B.Ed. College on the
ground of fulfilling certain terms & conditions as per G.U.
Gradually, B.Ed. Degree is becoming an essential
qualification for becoming a teacher in the secondary level of
education. The Government of Asom has also given priority to
B.Ed. degree holders for appointment of secondary teachers. So,
B.Ed. Colleges are being established in every state rapidly.
Such colleges are under National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE),
Bhubaneshwar and the concerning Universities.
The people of Dakshin Guwahati
felt the necessity of a B.Ed. College in their area. As a
result, Dakshin Guwahati B.Ed. College was established in 1993
on 20th August in Fatasil Ambari, Guwahati-25 with permission
from Guwahati University and NCTE, Bhubaneshwar. At first, the
college was started in Ambari, Nabajug L.P. School showing
requisite land and construction of building. The fund was
created from the public donation for the college.
Shri Priyalal Pathak was the
founder Principal of the college. Afterwards, the college was
shifted to its own building which was built at segunbari on
March 2004. Since then the college is running smoothly and
properly. Now Shri Nayanjyoti Sharma is the principal of the
college. He is experienced and qualified.
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