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Welcome to FMTC The history of the institution can be traced back to the year 1997. At the time of inception there was an intake of 100 students. At present 170 students are studying in 6 optional subjects. The M.Ed section started functioning in the academic year 2010-’11 with an intake of 25 students.The College has stepped into the final phases of the works for the accreditation by National Assessment and Accreditation Council(NAAC).
Extension and Outreach Activities The Extension Programmes planned and implemented by the institution has contributed much to the local community 
Add On Courses To develop Communicative skills,ICT skills, life skills, community orientation and social responsibilty in the student teachers, the college has introducedl value added courses in Communicative English, Computer Basics, Pranic healing and Yoga, Craft education and Art of Living classes.
Student Support and Progression
Besides creation and effective use of the infrastructure it is the overall environment of support available to the students in a college, which determines the quality of education imparted there. This may also be reflected in the progression of the students to higher levels of academic pursuits and employment. .  
Chairman's Message  
Our intention is to create an enduring model for advanced education by equipping a group of socially committed, aesthetically refined, emotionally stable, physically fit, intellectually capable, morally upright, religiously pious, spiritually enlightened, vocationally self-sufficient citizens.
Dr A Younus Kunju EX M.L.A
Principal's Message  

From the academic year 2017-19 NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education), Accreditation and Ranking process “TeachR” is mandatory for Teacher Education Institutions all over India. Based on this Teacher Educations Institutions are categorized under four grades – Grade A, B, C and D. For this purpose a training programme was conducted by NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) for Teacher Educational Institutions on July 7 at South Kalamassery, Kochi. Dr. Santhosh Mathew, NCTE Chairman, had given a detailed presentation about TeachR frame work and the grading system. NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) conducted training sessions in all over India in Seven centers. Around 800 participants including Teacher Educators, Management representatives, Principal, HoD’s and Students attended this session at south Kalamassery. There are four categories for the grading system. They are – Physical Assets – 10%, Academic Assets – 20 %, Teaching & Learning Quality – 30 % and Learning Outcomes – 40%. The motto of NCTE is “ Our Teachers, Our Heroes” and the purpose of this grading system is to improve the quality of Teacher Education in all over the India. Mr. Sanjay Avasthi, Member Secretary also presented his views regarding TeachR frame work.

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Dr. Anitha N

NAAC Award Ceremony 2012 NAAC Appreciation Ceremony 2012
Principal Mrs Anitha N receiving NAAC 'A' Grade certificate from Dr Ved Prakash,Chairman ,UGC in the 5th NAAC Accreditation Award Ceremony held on 16th Sept: 2012 at Banglore
Principal Mrs Anitha N receiving memento from Sri.P.K.Kunhalikutty, Minister for IT& Industries, For NAAC Coordination excellence given by Management during the NAAC Appreciation Programme on 12th October 2012



    The The B.Ed Model Exam starts on 29/11/2017.........The M.Ed model exam starts on 20/11/2017...........The first semester M.Ed Degree examination date - 05,07,11,13,15 December 2017....................The first semester B.Ed Degree examination date- 13,15,18,20,22 December 2017..........B.Ed Social Science optional Students conducted Students Exhibition on 23/11/2017..............The Excise Department conducted an awareness class on Anti Narcotics on 23/11/2017..........The Excise Circle Inspector Sri. Jayaraj conducted the class....

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Our Values

Values we Foster
  • Faith in GOD
  • Concern For Environment
  • Dedication to work
  • Accountability
  • Politeness
  • Cleanliness
  • Respect for the elderly
  • Sense of Dignity
  • Fraternity
  • Forgiveness
  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Cooperativeness
  • Commitment to Community
  • Humanity

Our Objectives

The college has formulated its objectives in consonance with its vision. When these objectives are realized, the learner would acquire proper physical and mental growth, develop moral and ethical qualities and acquire teaching skills. The Institution has the following objectives to be attained through academic as well as administrative interventions.

  •   To inculcate human, national, educational and spiritual values among the trainees.
  •   To realize that each teacher- trainee develops a powerful and dynamic personality with optimum emotional intelligence.

Our Vision and Mission

Our Vision:   To be a teacher education institution par excellence striving to professionally empower the prospective teachers in the art and science of teaching and be competent enough to synergize the challenges of the changing world.

Our Mission:   We are committed

  •  To the moulding of teachers excellent in quality and values prioritizing equity, ethics and devotion in service.
  • To equip the prospective teachers to meet academic challenges with openness, enthusiasm, and a willingness to solve problems.


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