About Course

Post-Graduate Diploma in Early Childhood Education

A child learns more than just the basics such as the alphabet and numbers in pre-school. At that age, children get their first experience with the world that exists outside their previously small world consisting of their house. This is also the time that children develop their motor skills as well as their social skills by interacting with new things, toys and people. A teacher who aspires to be an early childhood educator must be skilled at managing children. However, it is equally important to be aware of the developmental needs of young children to provide the best education.

Aims of the Course

  • To inculcate robust beliefs and attitudes in the teacher trainees toward teachers, children and education in general
  • To provide enriching field experiences and exposure to new trends in education so that our trainees become reflective, innovative individuals
  • To provide learner-centric, reflective, quality teacher education
  • To create professional teacher communities for creation, transfer, and sharing of knowledge

Objectives of the Course

  • To encourage and enable teachers to develop the necessary skills required to become better and more effective Early Childhood Educators
  • To facilitate a deeper understanding of the developmental needs of children through the study of Early Childhood Education which is based on child psychology and paedogogy
  • To help trainees implement the early childhood methodology in classrooms by providing feedback and support