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

Social Endeavors

“Community service is helping people, but also gaining an understanding about each other and a sense of human compassion.”

In order to realize this aim the Bombay Teachers’ Training College has designed and developed a model infusing connection and relationship with the community that develops from community service adds an invaluable layer to education. We have developed the network with the reputed institutions involved in social welfare activities like Non Government Organizations. 

Our objectives of conducting community work are

  • To sensitize the trainee teachers towards difficulties faced by the underprivileged sections of our community.
  • To develop a sense of social responsibility among trainee teachers.
  • To create awareness of needs and challenges of community and to promote participation, involvement and leadership qualities in carrying out community work.
  • To develop essential qualities of responsible future teachers.

Our students carry out these programmes in collaboration with these community centers and extend their resources as helping hand to these social organizations. Every year our 100 students approach these community centers in groups and offer their services in carrying out community work. This year we have carried out the community work with more than 20 organizations.

Names of some organizations are given below:

  • Shraddha Charitable Trust, B. Desai Raod, Mumbai- 400 026
  • Fellowship of the Physically Handicapped, Haji Ali, Mumbai – 400 034
  • Om Creations Trust, Dr. E. Moses Road, Mumbai – 400 011
  • Shree Rajendra Honeycomb Children Home (Bal-Ashram) Bhayendar (E) – 401 105
  • Cheshire Home, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri (East) Mumbai – 400 093
  • Kalyan Mahila & Balak Seva Sansatha, Khanda Colony, New Panvel (W) Navi Mumbai – 410 206