Co-curricular Activities

Co-Curricular activities are compulsory activities, which is important for every student to participate. These are designed and balanced with academic curriculum so that every student gets to learn beyond subjects. It bring social skills, intellectual skills, moral values, personality progress and character appeal in students.

Educational Visits: Our college provides an opportunity to our students to have direct experience through visits.

  • Visited Pandurang Shamrao Mulgavkar Special Teacher Training.
  • Visited Bhillar (Village of Books) at Mahabaleshwar.

Workshops: Workshops are organized for students’ brainstorming, interactive learning, building relationships, and problem-solving. A workshop is a way for someone to pass on ideas and methods that he has developed or finds important.

  • Soft Skills
  • e-content development.
  • Life Skills through the perspective of Swami Vivekanand.
  • Personality Development
  • Three days workshop on “Mental Health and Stress Management” under Nirbhay Kanya Abhiyaan.
  • Removing the mind blocks to attain success.

Other Activities:

  • Special Guidance Program
  • Science Day celebration
  • Marathi Day celebration
  • Reading Motivation day
  • Essay competition
  • Teaching Aids competition
  • Celebration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
  • Poster and Collage competition
  • Elocution competition
  • Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights

Internship: Internship is an integral part of B.Ed. Programme. It provides direct learning experience to student-teachers on various roles of a teacher including teaching the subject. The important aspect of school-based teaching practice is that it provides trainee teachers with the opportunity to integrate the theoretical knowledge on strategies and methods and instructional aids to try out in the real life situation.

Our Institution is determined to create the teachers who are in demand who are compatible to adjust in the ever changing learning culture of the schools. They are provided with the exposure to different essential theoretical bases and also the learning situations to get acquainted with any kind of challenges they may face in their future career as teachers.


Objectives of Internship:

  • To check the level of interest, the student-teacher has in the profession.
  • To gain an insight into the student (interest, needs, individual difference etc.)
  • To know how the school and classroom works.
  • To understand the school as a collective enterprise that arises as a result of positive relationship between its member.
  • To complete routines such as organizing clarifying material, applying classroom management techniques, etc.
  • To learn from experienced teachers.
  • To contrast academic knowledge with the school reality.
  • To put techniques learned (motivation techniques, how to introduce a theme, carry out a dialogue, etc.) into practice.
  • To judiciously put the profession of teaching into practice.