Chandigarh College of Education, Landran, Mohali has been established since 2005 to encourage Teacher Training Education and to construct the plinth of the productive and constructive educational system in Punjab, India. The college is affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala and is recognized by NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) and Govt. of Punjab. The college also has the distinction of being ‘A’ Graded college by NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council). In any institution, the quality of faculty is very important. Our faculty is highly qualified as maximum number of staff members are NET Qualified and M. Ed degree holders from reputed institutes. They are experienced, dedicated, possess high standards of moral values and thus are true role models.
We aim to prepare a knowledge workforce comparable to the best in the world through instruction in the cutting edge teacher education. The college takes it as a mission to shape future builders for the country on the dictums and vision of quality education held by the eminent personalities such as Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, Tagore and Gandhi. Our Institution is committed to provide sustained quality education in the field of Teacher Training Education. Our B.Ed. College intends to focus on modern teaching methodology, research and innovation in pedagogy to meet the perpetual challenges and needs of the students of 21st century.
Special efforts are put in to develop students personality through community services. NSS (National Service Scheme) at CGC is a voluntary association being run by students themselves under guidance from faculty members. One week long NSS camp is organized every year where students undertake various social welfare activities like Blood Donation Camp, Tree Plantation and awareness programs on Drug De-addiction, AIDS, Swine-flu and Campaign for Saving water and Cleanliness.
- The College club system is structured to nurture specific talents and interests of its students in a socially relevant cause. The students have a choice of selecting any one of the 4 clubs operating in the college. Each club ensures the learners are provided with relevant exposure, skills and experience in their chosen domains.
- The Human Rights Club organizes activities related to promotion of a culture of Human rights and celebrates Human Rights day on 10th December and Women’s day on 8th March. The principle behind this club is to raise awareness and take positive strides towards understanding global issues in an attempt to create a more globally aware environment at the college.
- The Peace Club organizes activities related to promotion of peace and celebrates International Peace day on 16 September. The main principle behind this club is to promote interaction between young people from a variety of backgrounds to build bridges for the future and to help strengthen a peaceful society.
- The Red Ribbon Club organizes activities related to generating awareness about safe Blood donation and HIV AIDS and celebrates World AIDS day on 1st December and a blood donation camp once a year. The main principle behind this is to instill life skills into youths to live better and healthier life, training of various basic health aspects and helping the adolescents and youths for achieving positive health.
- The Environment Club organizes activities related to saving trees, controlling pollution and promoting a culture of environmental conservation and celebrates Environment day on 6th June. The aim is of this club is to make a difference in our community and the world.