Bosco B.Ed. College is a College of Teacher Education, Dimapur, Nagaland, is an educational institution of the Catholic Church, belonging to and managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco, Dimapur Province.The Don Bosco Educational Society is registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1890: No.50 SR/ITA/600/99 of 99. Bosco College of Teacher Education is affiliated to the Nagaland University.
The idea of starting B.Ed. College was conceived in the mind of Fr. Jose Kuruvachira in 1994, when he was the principal of Salesian College of Higher Education. The year 1994 was very for the state of Nagaland as far as educational sector is concerned. It was in this year, the Nagaland University Act was passed by the parliament of India, vide No.35, 1989 and established it as a Central University.
In 1996, Fr. Jose Kuruvachira left for Rome for Doctoral Studies. Fr. Cyprian who just completed his doctorate studies became the principal of Salesian College of Higher Education. All the paper work and movement of the file was promptly executed by Fr. Cyprian for the new B.Ed. college venture. In 2001 Fr. Augustine was entrusted with the responsibility of the final movement of the file and construction of the present B.Ed. building. On 8th March 2002, permission was given by the Nagaland University to open the college with 100 students. Finally National College of Teacher Education(BCTE), Bhubaneswar gave approval on 17th January 2003 and the B.Ed. classes started on lst of March2003.
Sr. Gertrude Rosa SABS was the first principal of Bosco College of Teacher Education. She had many years of teaching experience in B.Ed college and she is known for her steadfastness and strict discipline. The second principal was Fr. Augustine who was a man of vision, highly intellectual and philosopher. He is in USA at present. Fr. Jose Nellisseril was the third principal. He remained in the office till the end of 2008. Man of few words, soft spoken but systematic in his work. Statement like Silence speaks louder than words is applicable to him. During his time i.e. in 2007 college got all the ten ranks from 1 to 10 position of the Nagaland University B .Ed. Examination. Fr. Sabu Jose Joseph is the fourth principal of the college. He was appointed as the principal of the college in December 2008. Fr. C.T. Varghese is the first Rector of the Bosco College of Teacher Education. He is also assistant Professor of Education for last eight years and administrator of the college for the past five years.
Bosco B.Ed. College is a College of Teacher Education, Dimapur, Nagaland, is an educational institution of the Catholic church, belonging to and managed by the Salesians of Don Bosco. The main aim of the college is to mould young teachers into intellectually competent, morally upright, socially committed and spiritually inspired citizens at the service of North-East India by imparting holistic personalized education. Educators and teachers are the architects of the future generations and their responsibility as educators is a noble and dignified one. Unless educators and teachers are first educated in the full sense of their own mission, they will bear no effect on the generations to come. The college is affiliated to the Nagaland University and approved by the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) vide ERC/7-3 1 (ER-31.10.6)/ 2003/243 (1), and preparing for NAAC accreditation.
The college has the intake capacity of 100 students every year. The college has two – storey R.C C. building which has sufficient rooms, for offices, classrooms, laboratory, library, common rooms for both gents and ladies, and computer lab with 40 computers at students’ disposal. It also has a multi-purpose hall where cultural programmes are held and examinations are conducted. The college is blessed with talented, energetic and well qualified young faculty members. There are nine faculty members and five non-teaching staff