Dadi Satyanarayana College of Education in Vishakhapatnam was established in 2001 The College offers Bachelor of Education subjects of arts. The college mission is to develop well qualified, globally accepted, world class technically sound professionals, capable of updating with cutting edge technologies, innovative research ideas with social commitments and highest ethical values as inner strength, for the upliftment of man kind, trained through high profiled experienced faculty, career oriented courses and interactive teaching-learning process.
Recognition And Affiliation
The DSNCE established in 2001 and was recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (N.C.T.E.), New Delhi, approved by Government of Andhra Pradesh and affiliated to Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
Admissions & Intake
The present intake of students into B.Ed. course of the college is 100, of which, 85 will be filled through Ed. CET counseling process and the remaining by the college under Management/ NRI quota with Ed. CET rankers as per the directions of the Government and the University.
Facts & Figures :-
|Affiliation||Andhra University - [AU], Vishakhapatnam|
|Campus Area||2681 Sq.Mts|
|Library Resources||2500 volumes of textbooks|
|Why to Join||One of the distinctive features of the DSNE is the teaching methods employed. Instead of relying heavily on traditional lecturing, the college is using Seminars, Group Discussions, Quiz, etc., to make the learning process more meaningful and result oriented|
|How to Reach||3.5 km away Railway Station and Bus Station Complex|
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The DSNCE is situated in a three-storied RCC block consisting of five class rooms, fine labs, spacious library cum reading room, a seminar hall, a Audio-Visual room, a faculty room, apart from the offices of the Principal, Governing Body, Administrative office, ladies waiting hall and toilets, etc.
The DSNCE is endowed with a spacious, value based library and information services. At present, there are 2500 volumes of textbooks in method subjects alone running into titles apart fro