The National Institute of Teacher’s Training (NITT) has been established by the World Human Rights Organization (registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882 of Govt. of India). The main objective of the National Institute of Teacher’s Training is to prepare dedicated, knowledgeable, skilled, creative, and disciplined school teachers for the school education who can perform complex duties.
Teachers now play the role of knowledge facilitators, while students are being taught how to become information discoverers. Teachers, who make up most of the teaching and learning process, need the skills and knowledge required to apply congruent transactional tactics. To foster a friendly environment in the classrooms and to be able to utilize their students' talents for the benefit of society, teachers must receive the proper training and motivation.Read More
The National Institute of Teacher’s Training is dedicated to the growth of excellent teachers who are professionally competent and possess solid pedagogical and skill knowledge. Beyond developing fundamental abilities, the programs prepare teachers of the future to be socially conscious and forward-thinking so that our students are prepared to take on the task of creating the society of the future.See Details
To develop and execute teacher-education programs in the context of local, national, and international levels
To promote and nurture innovations in the education system.
To organize training facilities with classroom teaching, simulation & micro-teaching, internship, seminar mode, and counseling sessions for imbibing practical skills in trainee teachers.See Details