HSNC University Mumbai
Bombay Teachers’ Training College
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Bombay Teachers' Training College

Re-accredited 'A' Grade By NAAC.
Our Vision: To Emerge as a Centre of Excellence in Teacher Education


Research Cell

The college has a separate research cell which is well equipped with an extensive collection of theses, dissertations and books on research methodology. The institution is recognized as a research centre for conducting doctoral studies in education by the University of Mumbai.

Research is undertaken to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The aim of all research initiatives undertaken in the college is to develop our practices by analysing existing practices and identifying elements/processes for change. This process enables us to enhance our professional competencies.

As a leading professional college of teacher education, it is our constant endeavour to adopt new methods, techniques, strategies to communicate better with the aspiring learners so that all these skills and attitudes developed over a period of time can be transmitted to the upcoming new age learners. The most explored areas are methods of teaching, various strategies of teaching, team teaching, co-operative learning techniques, drill and assignments, impact and effectiveness of technology and various ICT resources, studying various psychological traits, testing psychological theories etc.

The institution also maintains and enhances the quality of its programmes by taking continuous and comprehensive feedback during the academic year. Student teachers’ responses and reflections are scientifically gathered and systematically and statistically analysed to make relevant decisions. Thus the institution uses research methodology to improve quality of its academic and non-academic programmes. Apart from this, the faculty is involved in conducting research on important emerging issues of education.

ICSSR Major Research Project Awarded (2016-18)

Dr. (Ms.) Lubna Mansuri received a grant from ICSSR for her major research project on the topic “Life Skills Education Programme for the Marginalized Students of Eighth Standard – An Experimental Study”.

UGC Major Research Project Awarded  (2015-18)

Dr. (Mrs.) Mintu Sinha & Dr. B. Balani received a grant from UGC for their major research project on the topic “Co-Scholastic Assessments: A Toolkit for Developing Multiple Intelligences among Secondary School Students”.

University of Mumbai Minor Research Projects (2018-19)

  1. Dr. Meenakshi Lath
  2. Dr. Rajeev Jha
  3. Dr. Mandeep Kochar & Mrs. Raju Talreja
  4. Dr. Neelu Verma

Research Project Awarded to BTTC Faculty (2013-14)

  • Dr. Mintu Sinha, Principal Received Minor Research Grant from University of Mumbai on the topic “A study of fear factor among secondary School Girls”.
  • Dr. Mintu Sinha Received Minor Research Grant for ICSSR for the topic “Student Teachers’ Preception in relation to effectiveness of credit based semester system in B. Ed programme”.
  • Dr. Manisha Tyagi and Dr. Bhagwan Balani received Minor Research Grant fgrom University of Mumbai on the topic “A study of School effectiveness in relation to managerial functions among schools of different boards of Thane city.

Research Project Awarded to BTTC Faculty (2012-13)

  •  Dr. Priya Pillai and Dr. Ansari M. A. received Minor research project grant from University of Mumbai as a Co-investigators for the topic “Towards information literacy promotion: assessment of information literacy skills of bachelor of education students”.
  • Dr. Mandeep Kochar received Minor research project grant from University of Mumbai for the topic “A study of the effectiveness of training programme in promoting inclusive education of children with learning difficulties for primary and secondary teachers in the general schools of Mumbai”.