Peet Memorial Training College
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|Principal||Dr. Jibby George|
|Manager||Rt. Rev. Thomas K. Oommen|
Peet Memorial Training College, Mavelikara was founded in 1960 in memory of the Rev. Joseph Peet, who was one of the missionaries, sent by the Church Mission Society to South India. He came to Mavelikara in 1836. He was mainly instrumental in popularising education in the area. The college is governed by a council, constituted by the Diocese of Madhya Kerala of the Church of South India.
- Physical Science
- Natural Science
- Social Science
The college is affiliated to the University of Kerala, accredited by NAAC, recognised by the NCTE and offers a one-year teacher training course leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Education in six subjects: English, Mathematics, Natural Science, Physical Science, Social Studies and Commerce. Master's degree in Education (M.Ed.) course was started in the college in 2006.
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