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 The superstructure of Education has made great qualitative progress in last forty years.  Before 1940 there were no educational service among the tribals”


The Government of Andhra Pradesh accorded the permission for opening of College of Teacher Education at Utnoor Dist. Adilabad for the tribal students under RIAD Programme vide the G.O.Ms.No.34 Edn (SE_TRG) Dept.Dt.23.02.2008. The NCTE Bangalore has granted recognition to College of Teacher Education Laltekdi, Utnoor of Adilabad District for conducting B.Ed., Course of one year duration with an annual intake of 100 from the academic session 2008-09 vide F.SRO/NCTE/B.Ed/2008-09/4086. Dt.22.08.2008. The Govt. of AP permission granted for admission of ST Candidates from the year 2008-09 vide G.O.Ms.No.111 Edn (SE-TRG) Dept. Dt.09.09.2008. The Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education Hyderabad permitted to fill up the seat by ST candidates vide Lr.No.APSCHE/ SEcty/ CETs/ Sep, Dt.18.09.2008.Mathematics-25, Bio. Science & Physics-30, Social Studies & English -45 Total intake capacity 100. Faculties are deputed from PETC K.B Complex Utnoor and from Ashram Schools working on deputations.

Adilabad which is one of the educationally backward district in the Andhra Pradesh State covering 75% of Maharastra State as boarder in three sides and  River Godavari in the south side.  Infact Geographically covered with forests and good environmental atmosphere with ecological balance.  Utnoor Division which is situated in Remote Agency area is one of the backward division in Adilabad Dist. To  literate and  improve the position of the Gonds, Pradhans and Kolams the first major educational experiment launched among tribal community of Andhra Pradesh was the Gond Educational scheme in Adilabad Distirct initiated by the Nizam’s Government in 1943. The first training centre established in Marlwai with literate Gonds of Marlwai to produce enough Gondi speaking teachers to make it possible to start within a few years a network of primary Gond schools  extending over greater part of the district.  By 1946 thirty primary Gond schools were functioning, and by 1949 their number had more than trebled.  In order to improve gradually the standard of the Gond teachers, all of  them were annually assembled at Marlwai for a course of instruction lasting one month .  In this way the level of competence was raised, and they were familiarized with new developments in the sphere of tribal welfare.


The success of this centre encouraged the social service Department to establish a second centre at Ginnedhari,  Gond village in Asifabad Taluk.  In 1972 the character of tribal schools was changed.  Many single schools were closed and staff and children grouped together in so called ashram schools. From  1975 on wards  the strength of Ashram schools raised enormously to the needs of students.  In 1988 Sub-Diet centre was opened at Laltekdi Utnoor to meet the training needs of the 1000 primary School Teachers appointed in 1987.


To develop teaching skills, there is strong focus on teacher training in order to build the capacities of the teachers in understanding the purpose and methodology of teaching.


In the field of education though there are (40) Govt. and Private Degree Colleges are functioning in Adilabad Dist. In agency area at Utnoor Revenue division headquarters no BEd college is available.  Every year approximately 1800 ST students are completing their Degree studies only 6% seats are allotted for STs in the BEd colleges. Due to non availability of admission to all STs in the BEd colleges most of the students are loosing their good opportunities  for further studies and  also discontinuing their studies. Govt.  BEd colleges are located in far away  places.  The ST students cannot offered their studies  in private BEd colleges by paying huge amounts as they are coming from poor families.  It is a long cherished but unfulfilled demand of the Tribals of Utnoor Division to   open a B.Ed college.


There is very essential to open B.Ed college to create educational opportunities among the Agency  tribes to bring radical changes in the tribal education scenario to promote quality of teacher education in the Tribal areas to provide academic guidance support and orientation in the fields of education to organize free coaching camps and  trainings to the tribals to provide quality of education and training needs of tribal teachers and also provide resource  support services to the tribal teachers.



·            To create educational opportunities among the Agency tribes.

·            To bring radical changes in the tribal education scenario.

·            To promote academic guidance, support and orientation in the field of education.

·            To organize free coaching camps and training needs of tribal teachers.

·            To provide quality of education and training needs of tribal teachers.

·            To provide resource support services to the tribal teachers.


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