The course is offered on both Regular and Correspondence basis. Our curriculum is the result of continuous evaluation and analysis of new techniques in Teaching. It establishes an ideal balance between theoretical and practical aspects of teaching. The curriculum also endeavors to adopt latest methods and techniques of modern teaching to improve the system and curriculum, as per the changing requirements of schools and other educational institutions. This is done to understand today’s pupils’ needs best and to prepare our trainees appropriately for the ever-evolving education industry.


There are 5 theoretical papers aggregating 500 marks and a practical exam of 500 marks. The break-up of marks is given below.

1. a) Child Psychology  
  b) Child Care & Health 100 marks
2. a) Educational Psychology  
  b) School Administration & Organization 100 marks
3. a) Sociology, Social Work & Guidance             100 marks
4. a) Principles of Education  
  b) Modern Methods of Child Education 100 marks
5. a) Methods of Teaching  
  b) Special Methods of Teaching 100 marks
      500 marks  
1. Lesson Plan 100 marks
2. Display of audio visual teaching aids 100 marks
3. Preparation of teaching aids  50 marks
4. Art  and Craft 50 marks
5. Action song 25 marks
6. Storytelling 25 marks
7. P.T. & Cultural Activities 25 marks
8. Behaviour & attendance 25 marks
9. Viva & speech making            100 marks
    500 marks  
Thousands of jobs await women who accomplish this versatile training programme as only well trained NTT teachers can handle primary and junior school classes (nursery to class 5) successfully.
This vocational training helps our students to become professional teachers for schools across India spanning all boards (ICSE, CBSE, State boards) and mediums (Hindi, English, Vernacular/Regional).
Merit of this course is recognized by the way of appointment of hundreds of our students at un-aided public schools of repute across India. Refer the Alumni list given on the Alumni page of this website.
Many students seek admissions in B.Ed. after graduation. Aspirants of B.Ed. are unaware of the fact of job opportunities. About 7% vacancies come up for B. Ed. as compared to 65% for NTT. In fact, many of our students in the past have joined our NTT institute, even after B.Ed. degree, for job opportunities.
The un-trained in-service teachers from various schools are also joining this course, as these days, NTT has become essential pre-requisite for teachers of primary schools and non-board classes (1 to 5) for sustenance as well as promotion.
We have a very qualified, capable and laborious staff to identify the needs of the students and to train them under guidelines of our organization. Being professionals themselves in the field of education for many years, they also play a vital role in spotting the current trends in hiring in the education sector which help in the overall employability of our students.
The course enables the trainees to tackle different types of children by understanding their psychology and rate of mental development.
The process of Lesson Planning helps the trainees to teach different subjects in a systematic and planned manner.
Through the practice teaching sessions, the trainees are able to get the feel of being a “teacher”. Our course is distinguished by this real-life practice teaching facility which no other Nursery Teachers Training Institute can boast of. This exercise is very important in today’s times because all schools put teachers on trial for a couple of months to see how they are able to manage a class before giving them the job finally. These practice teaching sessions in real classrooms immensely help our trainees at that time to bag the job by excelling over their competitors who haven’t benefited or learnt from such a real-life practice teaching experience and are managing a real class for the first time.
This is a job-oriented part-time Diploma course of 1 year.
Admission begins from 15th April and continues till the end of October. However, late admissions can be considered at the discretion of the management.
The course starts in the last week of July. The exact timings will be notified by the teacher/Branch in-charge.
Minimum qualification for the admission in the course is 10+2 in any stream from any board (ICSE, CBSE, Regional, etc).
Prospectus is available ONLY at the centers of the institution (not applicable for Home Branch or Kanpur Branch).
Candidate can do the course in either Regular or Correspondence mode.
This course is available in 2 mediums – Hindi and English. The medium of teaching will be in Hindi/English. The students are allowed to choose any medium for instruction and examination but it should be mentioned clearly in the admission and examination form.
Final examination is held in May every year. The certificates and mark sheets are issued to successful students on passing the examinations.
Practical examination is generally held in the month of April/May.

Theoretical examination is held in the month of May.

Results are declared at the end of June.

            Schedule may change as per circumstances after adequate prior notice.
All students (both regular and correspondence) must participate in all extra-curricular activities like craft etc. and attend the practice teaching sessions and exams in person. Same submission dates for projects and assignments will be applicable for all categories of students.
Incomplete form will not be accepted; especially forms without correct functional contact number will not be accepted.
Student will be penalized if the information provided is inaccurate/false.
Students are advised to keep a photocopy of the filled admission form before submitting it.
Management’s decision will be final on every issue.
For enquiries, contact: - Managing Head, Mrs. D. Sen
HOME BRANCH OFFICE – 16/96, Mall Road (S.N. Sen Inter College) - 4.30 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.
Residence – 25/5, Mall Road (opposite S.N. Sen Inter College), 1st Floor.
Contact No. – 9935862060, 9935411800

Home Branch (Kanpur):
      For details, visit the branch or call
     (Address and phone numbers are mentioned in the clause above and the ‘Contact Us’ page of the website)
Other Branches (anywhere outside Kanpur):
  • Regular – Rs. 7000 [Admission fee: Rs. 1000 + Tuition fee: Rs. 4800 (12 installments of Rs. 400 each) + Examination fee: Rs. 1200]
    For regular students, Rs. 1400(Admission fee Rs.1000 & first instalment of tuition fee Rs. 400) is payable at the time of admission.Examination fee is payable by the end of January.

  • Correspondence – Rs. 8000 [Admission fee: Rs. 1100 + Tuition fee: Rs.5400 (12 installments of Rs 450 each) + Examination fee: Rs. 1500]
    For correspondence students,Rs.1550(Admission fee Rs.1100 & first instalment of tuition fee Rs. 450) is payable at the time of admission.Examination fee is payable by the end of January.

    **All dues must be cleared before appearing for the final examination.
Correspondence students will be provided full printed class notes for all subjects at no additional cost. Postage charges extra, in case study material is sent by post to Correspondence students.
The fee will directly be deposited in the bank account of S. Sen Nursery Teachers Training by cash or account payee draft. The account number will be printed on the paying-in slips along with the amount payable.
Any amount including fees once paid will not be refunded by the institution regardless of whether the student joins or doesn’t join after having secured admission or discontinues the course during any term. Non-payment of fees will result in expulsion.
In case of change of status from Regular to Correspondence at any point during the term - Rs. 1,500 (Rs.1000-difference; Rs.500-penalty) will be charged. Fee structure of correspondence students will not be changed if they switch to regular category.
The students who migrate from one center/branch to another during the course will fill the migration form and pay Rs. 300/- as migration fees.
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