The Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University is a unique institution for Teachers education in India, for building genuine teachers to contribute for the betterment of our nation. The University is located at Chennai, Tamil Nadu. There are 668 colleges affiliated to the University including Government colleges, Aided colleges and Self-financing colleges. Potential generation needs a strong base to donate for the development of our nation .The Government of Tamil Nadu enacted Act No. 33 of 2008 to provide for the establishment and incorporation of Teachers Education University in the State of Tamil Nadu. The Act came into Upshot from 1.7.2008 by a Gazette Notification issued in G.O.M.S.256, Higher Education (K2) Department, dated 25.6.2008.
The Tamil Nadu Teacher Education University is offering regular 2 years M.Ed course. Exams will be held in the month of May and December with exams centers at Kerala.
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It is structured as 2 years regular course with 4 semesters.
Yes, the course certificate in valid across the globe, it is recognized by UGC, UPSC, AIU.
Yes, the M.Ed course by Bangalore University is recognized and approved in all parts of the world.
Yes, the original academic documents need to be produced during the time of admissions.
Documents are listed below:
Mark Sheets of SSLC, Plus Two, UG consolidated Degree and individual mark sheets of 3 years, PG consolidated Degree and individual mark sheets of 2 years (if applicable), Transfer Certificate and Migration Certificate.
Yes, they can reappear in the next semester and continue the course without any delay
We are happy to serve our students with all the guidance to for successful completion of admission, documentation, exam fee payment, assignment and books. Study materials and previous years question papers will be provided by the Global Academy.
It will be always in English
No, there is no such issue as of now. The criterion is that the student should be a graduate without any backlogs.
Yes, it will be provided by the university if it’s needed. However it’s unde university discretion due to certain circumstances.