Nursery education is an establishment in education to the children of ages between three years to five years. In this course, the teachers are prepared to give early education to the children. Mahatma Gandhi institute of technology and management has released the notification for the Nursery teacher training course (NTT) 2017.The durationof the course is one year. Candidate of 12th pass is eligible for joining the course.
Mgiti has a vision to provide best education in the field of industrial training institute courses. Mgiti is registered institute under division of Aap Aur Hum educational society committed to provide opportunities to students by giving them best technical knowledge to match the technical standards of world. The interested candidate can go to the official website of MGITI (www.mgiti.org)
MGITI is recognized by government of India. Mgiti also provides its students the facility like hostels, part-time and full-timeclasses’. Students out of Delhi can also join in Mgiti for the following courses.
MGITI offers the following main courses with their duration :
- Nursery teaching training = 2 semesters
2. Ptt = 2 semesters
3. Computer training certificate = 1 semester
4. Tally course = 3 months
5. Plumber = 2 semesters
6. Iti fitter =4 semesters
7. Iti in electronics =4 semesters
8. Iti in welder = 4 semesters
9. Wireman = 4 semesters
10. Nptt = 4 semesters
List of top colleges/ universities
2. Pragati institute of education and training, (Delhi NCR)
3. Florence polytechnic college (Delhi NCR)
4. Indoss polytechnia for women (Delhi NCR)
5. Sai institute for girls, (Sai bhawan) (Delhi)
Duration of course
The minimum duration for this course is one year comprises of two semesters.
The minimum qualification required by candidate is 12th with minimum 50 percent marks.
As such there is no specific age limit is required for this course.
The fee for teacher training is 13,500 rupee per semester.
Admission and selection process
The candidate will be selected on the basis of merit list obtained on the behalf of higher secondary marks.