To mark the momentous occasion of the 77th Independence Day, the College organized a visit to Balidaan Stambh, Jammu. Around 31 students from the School of Education and the School of Social Sciences and Humanities enthusiastically participated with flags in their hands and tricolour badges pinned on their shoulders. Balidaan Stambh is a war memorial constructed by the Army to pay respect to the Army officers and Jawans who sacrificed their lives to protect the country during the 1947, 1965, 1971 and Kargil wars. During the visit, the students got the opportunity to witness the final parade rehearsal for Independence Day, paid homage to martyrs, read about war heroes and interacted with army officers who motivated the students to join the Indian army. The students’ roared slogans filled with the spirit of patriotism and love for our country.
August 16, 2023
To celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Jammu, the Co-Curricular Committee organized a photograph competition on the theme "Jammu: The Land of Cultural Heritage." The judges of the event were Dr. Bharti Tandon, Associate Professor and Mrs. Jyoti Sharma, Assistant Professor, MIER College of Education. More than eight students participated in the event. The students displayed their pictures through power point presentations focusing on traditional cuisines and dresses, temples, jewelry, and landmarks of the Jammu province.
Ms. Anjali Jain of B.Ed. semester II clinched the first position, Ms. Khushi Sharma of B.Ed. semester IV got the second position, and Ms. Shruti Bhasin of B.Ed. semester II secured the third position. All the winners and participants were honored with certificate of merit.
July 24, 2023
Representatives from the world's most influential countries gathered at the G-20 Cultural Event in Srinagar to honour the rich cultural traditions and artistic prowess of each participating nation.
Among the distinguished participants in the cultural showcase, four students from the College, namely Kriti Singh Thakur and Arti Thakur of B.Ed Sem IV, Sheetal Thapa of M.Ed Sem IV and Shavi Sharma of B.A. (Honours) Political Science, performed Gojri and Bhaderwahi folks dance forms organized by Natrang, Jammu. These students from the College made an exceptional contribution to the cultural event of the G-20, showcasing different dance forms from Jammu and Kashmir.
June 01, 2023
A picnic was organized for B.Ed. IV semester students to the scenic Blue Wave Water Park, Barhi Brahamana, Jammu on 6th May,2023. Blue wave park had amazing features of water play areas including six swimming pools of different depths for floating, swimming, water games ,bucket and water showers etc. It was a big change from the routine academic curriculum for the students.
May 08, 2023
FICCI FLO JKL in collaboration with MIER College of Education hosted the Hon’ble Mayor Mr. Rajinder Sharma for a talk on the pertinent issues of plastic waste management, drug trafficking, de-addiction and political reorientation. Also present were Mr. Akshay Sharma, Corporator Ward No.8,Jammu and Dr. Renu Gupta, Chairperson, MIER Group of Institutions, Mrs Varuna Anand, Chairperson FICCI FLO JKL and Mrs Ruchika Gupta, Sr. Vice Chairperson, FICCI FLO JKL and Joint Director, MIER. Mrs Komal Sharma, Asstt. Professor, MCE conducted the programme.
May 02, 2023
The Co-curricular Committee and Environment Unit of the College o in collaboration with the Department of Information and Public Relations organized a symposium and cultural event on the theme 'Cultural Practices for Sustainable Environment'. Mrs. Parul Khajuria (KAS), Cultural Officer, Department of Information, and Public Relations was the Chief Guest of the event. Around 10 students participated in the symposium. Based on the results given by the jury, Ms. Aditi Mahajan and Ms. Nandika Srivastava of BA Honours Psychology, Semester I clinched the first position and second position respectively whereas Ms. Naman Mansotra, BA Honours Psychology, Semester III secured the third position. All the participants were awarded with the certificates of merit and trophies. In addition to the symposium a lively cultural programme was presented by artists of cultural unit Jammu and students of the college.
March 03, 2023
Students from P.G. and U.G. departments enthusiastically participated in the Parakram Diwas and Republic Day celebrations by participating online in various competitions on the MyGovt.Portal. The students prepared colourful portraits of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, wrote essays on his contribution to the freedom struggle, composed poems to pay tribute to Netaji, created patriotic reels, clicked republic day memory photography, and participated in a quiz on women empowerment and participation in the Indian Armed Forces. The students received participation certificates. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College of Education, appreciated the efforts of the committee and urged the students to participate in these activities in the future too.
January 25, 2023
The College in collaboration with different colleges under MOU organized an inter-college symposium on the theme Constitutional Values in Contemporary Indian Politics through hybrid mode. The programme was held under the patronage of Dr. Adit Gupta, Director, and Principal MIER College. Students from ten colleges from within and outside of Jammu and Kashmir participated in the symposium. HoDs, Dy. HoDs and faculty of MIER College, St. Christopher College, Chennai and Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib attended the event. The participants comprehensively expressed their views about constitutional values such as sovereignty, fraternity, equality, secularism, democracy, liberty, justice etc. The judges for the competition were Dr. S.P Christopher Chandran, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Madras Christian College, Chennai and Mrs. Navneet Kaur, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Shri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab. The 1st prize was clinched by Ms. Grace. N. Shivani from Christopher College, Chennai, 2nd prize was bagged by Ms. Monali from Govt. College of Education, Jammu, and the 3 rd prize was secured by Ms. Falguni Pathak from K.C. College of Education. The consolation prize was given to Ms. Neha Sharma from MIER College of Education.
November 24, 2022
The College celebrated the ‘National Education Day 'as the Birth Anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, a great freedom fighter, eminent educationist and the first Union Minister of Education of India. The theme of the poster making competition was “Changing Course, Transforming Education”. More than 23 students from different departments of the college participated in the contest. The judges for the competition were Mrs. Sunaina Bakshi, PGT in Painting, Model Academy
School and Dr. Bharti Tandon, Associate Professor, PG Department, MIER College of Education.Ms. Shivali Singh and Ms. Khushi Sharma of B.Ed. bagged 1st and 2nd position respectively. Ms. Sheetal Thapa of M.Ed. clinched 3rd place whereas Ms.Vishali Rani of B.Ed. Special Education and Ms. Arti Thakur of B.Ed. were awarded consolation prize.
November 11, 2022
MIER college of Education organized a rich and colourful programme to commemorate the Teachers’ Day. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College of Education. HoDs, Deputy HoDs, faculty members and students of UG and PG Departments of the college attended the programme. Dr. Renu Gupta Chairperson, gave her blessings on best wishes to the faculty and students. It was followed by a melodious group song by B.Ed. students. B.A. Psychology Honours and B.Ed. students recited captivating self-composed poems to honour their teachers. A colourful Ladakhi and Hamachi folk dance performance was also presented by the students of B.Ed. department. The programme ended with foot tapping dances on Bollywood numbers by B.Ed. and B.A. Psychology Honours students. Dr. Adit Gupta, in his address congratulated the faculty members on the Teachers’ Day and expressed hope that the teachers will keep on enlightening the young minds. . The programme was jointly conducted by Ms. Muskaan Adlakha, Ms. Shreya Baru and Ms. Sarita Bandral and the vote of thanks was presented by Ms. Pooja Bhatt, from B.Ed. department.
September 06, 2022
Mr. Nirbahy Khajuria, a student of B.A. Psychology (Hon.) of MIER College of Education (Autonomous) has recently participated in 6th Indo-Nepal international championship and won a silver medal in the cricket tournament. This tournament is organised by the School Sports and Cultural Activities Federation-India, India Rural Olympic Association, Nepal Youth Sports Development council and Sidhartha Sports, Pokhra, Nepal. Indian Team settled for silver in the tournament. Mr. Nirbahy is a rising all-rounder of Jammu who performed very well in the matches played against Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. Principal and Director of the college, Dr. Adit Gupta along with HoD, Dr. Mool Raj congratulated and felicitated the player for his achievement.
August 23, 2022
A two-day trip was organized by MIER College of Education (Autonomous) for the students of U.G. and P.G. department to Wonderland Theme Park in Jalandhar. Over 50 students went to the trip with full zeal and enthusiasm. The trip was a relaxation for students in this scorching summer. Jalandhar is known for tourist its attractions. Besides being a shopping destination, it has some cool amusement and water parks. Wonderland Theme Park has two sections namely amusement park and water park. It is located just 6 kms from Jalandhar city. The students enjoyed various water slides, roller coaster, horror house, aqua dance, bumper cars, hill queen train and other fun activities in addition to appreciating the architecture of the park. During their stay, the students also visited the MBD Neopolis Mall. The faculty and students came back, rejuvenated and shared their experiences and talked about the places they visited with the faculty and students of the college. It was an exhilarating trip full of fun, adventure, thrill and a memorable day for all students
August 22, 2022
An inter-college debate competition on the theme “Impact of Social Media on Education” was organized by the Co-Curricular Committee of MIER College of Education. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College, Mrs. Rupa Gupta, Jt. Director MIER, Dr. Moolraj Sharma, HoD PG Department, Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HoD UG Department along with the faculty members and students of both UG and PG departments attended the event. Dr. Aksa Rao, Associate Professor, and Head Dept. of English, Govt. Degree College, Akhnoor and Dr. Sonia Khajuria, Associate Professor, Department of English, GCW Parade Ground, Jammu were the honorable jury members.
Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HOD U.G. Department extended a very warm welcome to the jury members, participants, dignitaries, and the audience. Ten students from five colleges of Jammu city participated in the debate competition. All the participants expressed their views either in favour or against the theme in a very succinct and impressive manner. The debate helped the students to think critically and share their views on the given topic. On the basis of the results given by the jury members, Ms.Muskaan Adhlakha, MIER College of Education and Mr. Prince Khajuria, Kawa College of Education bagged the first prize, Ms. Preet Uppal, MIER College of Education won the second prize, and Ms. Kokila Sharma, Govt. College of Education secured third position. All the winners were awarded with trophies and certificate of merit. Certificates were also distributed to all the participants.
August 17, 2022
To mark the momentous occasion of 75th Independence Day, the 150 students and 20 faculty members of UG and PG departments of MIER College of Education participated enthusiastically under the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ campaign by hoisting the flag in their home from 13th to 15th August 2022. Apart from this, they also ‘Pinned the Flag’ virtually and generated certificates, along with posting a ‘Selfie with Flag’ on site. Har Ghar Tiranga’ is a campaign under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav to encourage people to bring the Tiranga home and to hoist it to mark the 75th year of India’s independence. Our relationship with the flag has always been more formal and institutional than personal. Bringing the flag home collectively as a nation in the 75th year of independence thus becomes symbolic of not only an act of personal connection to the Tiranga but also an embodiment of our commitment to nation-building. The idea behind the initiative was to invoke the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of the people and to promote awareness about the Indian National Flag. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College of Education appreciated the efforts of the committee and encouraged the students by saying that Nationalism must be regarded as the ongoing process and not only one day event as it keeps all citizens connected to their cultural roots and country.
August 16, 2022
Co-Curricular Committee of MIER College of Education (Autonomous) organized an “I-Survive” Adventure camp at Patnitop, a picturesque hill station in Jammu and Kashmir UT. About 51 students. from B.Ed. and B.A Psychology ( Honours) along with two faculty members attended the camp. "I-Survive" is a unique initiative primarily targeted at the youth for attitude shaping and developing life skills. The idea is to take students out of their comfort zones and instil in them essential survival skills to succeed in today's competitive world in addition to developing personality, leadership qualities, team spirit, risk taking, collaboration and camaraderie through adventure activities.
The "I-Survive" camp provide participants a unique outdoor experience as well as gives a chance to see the scenic beauty of nature while understanding the biodiversity of the region.
Packaged in a fun format, the camp delivers important learnings through elaborate debriefing exercises by expert trainers, hence it is a novel academic initiative for today’s youth. The camp commenced with the students being briefed about the precautions to be taken during the camp and were then divided into three groups with instructors. Along with fun games the participants were exposed to adventure activities like Jumarian, flying fox and rope climbing, passing the Burma bridge, crawling under the net, double rope bridge, trekking etc. The instructors were very patient and helpful. All the Children enthusiastically participated in the activities Bonfire added warmth in the cool evening. The camp was flagged off by Dr Adit Gupta , Principal and Director, MIER.
May 23, 2022
A discussion and Interaction was organized by the Co-curricular Committee of MIER College on the theme was“ Models of Global Linkages eg. student and staff mobility, semester exchanges and dual degree programmes and their advantages and disadvantages” by Dr. Rekha Koul the Resource person of the event. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College of Education
chaired the lecture. Dr Mool Raj Sharma HoD PG Department, Dr. Rohinka Sharma HoD UG Department along with the faculty members and the students of both PG and UG Department of
semester fourth attended the event. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College of Education extended a warm welcome to the
resource person and the audience. .She has more than 50 research articles in the best journals in the world. She has guided many research scholars at MPhil and PhD levels and undertook state and nation level projects in addition to organizing workshops and conferences and has many accolades to his credit. Speaking on the occasion, Dr.Rekha Koul emphasized on the concept and importance of Global linkages in the field of education. She said that one of the key components of connectedness of higher education is student and staff mobility across regions or countries. She highlighted the reasons for why students decide to study abroad. She emphasized that living abroad and blending with local culture increases both cognitive flexibility and integrativeness of thought which are critical components of creativity. She added that she would like to see more students going from developed economies to developing economies, which will broaden the horizon of thinking in students of developed economies. Among the types of linkages she talked about
research linkages, articulated degrees of one country with other countries, mobility plan awareness like New Colombo Plan, scholarships for higher education, international degrees,
Joint HDRs etc. The students interacted with Dr. Rekha and settled their queries. Ms. Jyoti Sharma, a B.Ed Special Education semester forth conducted and programme. Mrs.Komal Sharma, Convener Co-Curricular Committee presented Formal Vote of Thanks .
May 18, 2022
To celebrate the festivities of Holi an Inter-Departmental Folk-Dance competition was organized by MIER College of Education. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal of MIER College presided over the event. Mrs. Rupa Gupta Joint Director MIER, HOD PG Department, Dr. Mool Raj Sharma, HOD UG Department, Dr. Rohnika Sharma, Deputy HOD UG Department, Dr. Monika Bajaj along with the faculty and students of both PG and UG Departments of the college attended the event. The programme commenced by a formal welcome by Ms. Shreya Baru, student of B.Ed. followed by Saraswati Vandana which brought a spiritual vibe to the place. The folk-dance performances were organized in groups by the students of UG and PG Departments showcasing diverse cultural legacy of the country such as, Dogri, Punjabi, Ladakhi, etc. The students participated with great alacrity. Dr. Adit Gupta appreciated the efforts of the committee and motivated the students to actively participate in the future events too.
March 16, 2022
An Online Inter-department Poetry Recitation competition on the theme “PATRIOTISM” was organized by Co- Curricular Committee,MIER College of Education. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director
and Principal of MIER College presided over the event. Mrs. Rupa Gupta Joint Director MIER, HOD PG department Dr. Mool Raj Sharma, HOD UG department Dr.Rohnika Sharma, Deputy HOD’s of PG and UG department Dr. Nishta Rana and Dr. Monika bajaj along with the faculty and students of both PG and UG department of the college attended the event. Judges of the event were Dr. Nishta Rana, Associate professor, PG department, Dr.Reeta Dwivedi , Assistant Professor UG department and Mrs. Suman Devi , Assistant Professor UG department. Nearly 13 students of both UG and PG department actively participated in the Patriotic Poetry Recitation competition showing their versatility and skills. The programme began with formal welcome by Shivali Sharma of M.Ed. Students came up with different poems on the theme “Patriotism” and recited them with great fondness and zeal for the country. Beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, rhyme, and music of words taking all these factors into consideration students expiated their talent and confidence with great vigor reciting poems such as- Safal Bhaarat ki Aur, Gantantra Bharat ka Nirmaan, Aaj Tiranga Faihraate Hain, Bharat ke Sainik, Hind ka Saar/ Gifts of India, Aazadi, Hai Naman Unko etc. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER college of Education appreciated the efforts of the Committee and encouraged the students with his motivational words. On the basis of result given by the jury Meenakshi Devi from M.Ed. 1 st Sem. got 1 st position, Neha Bagotra from M. Ed. 3rd sem. stood 2 nd ,Khushi Sharma from BEd 1 st sem and Naman B.A.Psychology Hons. came third. Students were judged on parameters such as relevance to the theme, voice and articulation, coherence of form & structure, harmony of words, presentation, clarity of imagery and language and presentation of poem with confidence, intonation and expression .Feeling of patriotism filled the air with affection and respect for our motherland ‘India’. Vote of thanks was presented by Miss. Sandeep of B. Ed 1 st sem and the program was ably conducted by Miss. Preet Uppal of B. A
Psychology Hons. The programme was organized by of Mrs. Komal Sharma , Convener Co-Curricular Committee and Miss. Ruchika Sharma Co-Convener of Co- Curricular Committee.
January 25, 2022
Book Review was organized by Co-Curricular committee of MIER College of Education. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal of MIER College, Mrs. Rupa Gupta Joint Director, HOD PG Department Dr. Mool Raj, HOD UG Department Dr. Rohnika Sharma, Deputy HOD’s of PG and UG department Dr. Nishta Rana and Dr. Monika Bajaj along with the faculty and students of both the departments of the college attended the event. Students of both UG and PG departments actively participated in the event. The students were divided into different groups according to their respective departments and presented their reviews and presentations.
December 09, 2021
MIER College of Education organized a three-day induction program for its incoming batch of M.Ed., B.Ed., B.Ed. Special Education, B.A. Honours in Psychology and Diploma in Guidance and Counselling students. Dr. Renu Gupta, Chairperson MIER Group of Institutions was the chief guest on this occasion. Other present were Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College, Mrs. Rupa Gupta, Jt. Director, Dr. N.R. Sharma, Dean Academics, Dr. H.R. Shan, Controller Examination, Dr. Mool Raj, HoD PG Department, Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HoD UG Department along with the Deputy HoDs, members of the IQAC team and faculty of different departments.
December 06, 2021
To commemorate the Teachers’ Day, MIER College of Education, virtually organized an inspiring and enthralling programme on the occasion. The Chief Guest of the event was Mrs. Rupa Gupta, Joint Director MIER. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director MIER and Principal MIER College, Dr. Mool Raj Sharma, HoD PG Department, Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HoD UG Department along with the faculty members and students attended the programme. Mrs. Komal Sharma, Convener Co-curricular Committee, extended a warm welcome to the Chief Guest, faculty members and the students. In her welcome address, Mrs. Sharma highlighted the history of the celebration of Teacher’s Day in India and said it is celebrated on the occasion of birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who himself was an outstanding teacher and a visionary. Teachers are considered as agents of change and help in nation building. The event was beautifully and ably conducted by Ms. Jyoti Sharma, student of B.Ed. department, whereas formal vote of thanks was presented by Mrs. Ruchika Sharma, Co-Convener, Co-curricular Committee, MIER College.
September 04, 2021
An online Collage Making Competition on the theme: “Incredible India,” was organized by the Co-Curricular Committee of the MIER College of Education. Students of the UG and PG departments actively participated in the collage making competition, projecting their innovative ideas. The judges of the event were Dr. Rohnika Sharma, HOD, UG Department and Ms.Ruchi Sharma, QAO, MIER.
Mr. Ashit Toppo of B.Ed. semester IV bagged the first position,Ms. Hemangi Aggarwal of M.Ed. Semester IV secured the second position and Ms.Shivali Sharmaof B.Ed. Semester IV secured the third place in the competition. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College appreciated the efforts of the unit. The students participated with full fervour and enthusiasm.The activity was coordinated by Mrs. Komal Sharma Convener and Mrs. Ruchika Sharma Co-Convener of the Co-Curricular Committee.
May 05, 2021
MIER College of Education organized a Teachers Day on 5th September 2020 in which different departments of UG and PG participated in the event. Dr. Mool Raj Sharma HOD PG Department, Dr. Rohinka Sharma HOD UG Department along with faculty members and the students of MIER College of Education attended the event. The students from undergraduate and postgraduate departments participated in the event with great enthusiasm and zeal. Mrs. Komal Sharma Convener, Co-Curricular Committee formally welcomed the gathering. Mrs. Ruchika Sharma co-Corricular convener presented a formal vote of thanks
September 05, 2020
An inter-departmental ‘Performance Poetry’ competition on a patriotic theme was organised on the Republic Day. The students from undergraduate and postgraduate departments participated in the event with great enthusiasm and zeal. Mr. Naresh Kumar and Virender Singh of M.Ed. Semester-IV bagged the first prize, Ms. Neha Bhardwaj and Ms. Mamta Dutta of B.Ed. Semester IV got the second prize and Ms. Meenakshi Devi of B.Ed. Special Education of Semester IV and Ms. Deepi Jamwal of B.Ed. Semester IV secured the third position. The programme was ably conducted by Ms. Bhupinder Kour and Ms. Isha Balgotra, M.Ed. students. Ms. Priyanka Sharma, from M.Ed department, presented a formal vote of thanks.. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal and Director, MIER appreciated the effort of the committee in successfully conducting the event.
January 25, 2020
An inter-section Kho-Kho match was organized by Sports unit. The Students of PG and UG department participated with great enthusiasm and commitment.
January 02, 2020
Ms. Neha Sharma and Ms. Sonali Gupta (B.Ed.) with their trophies and certificates won during National NSS camp at Jaipur
December 17, 2019
Ms. Pallavi Sharma(M.Ed.) won Silver Medal at the National Level Essay writing Competition held at Jaipur
November 28, 2019
Ms. Anuradha Bakshi(B.Ed.) participated in National Mountaineering Camp held at Dharmshala, HP
November 28, 2019
To commemorate the completion of 84 glorious years of committed service and excellence in the field of education, Model Institute of Education and Research (MIER) celebrated its Foundation Day today. On this occasion, an impressive programme on the theme “Anant Uday” was organised by the institute at its B.C. Road campus. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. Farooq Khan (IPS), Hon’ble Advisor to the Lt. Governor of Jammu and Kashmir.An impressive cultural programme was presented by the students of the school and the college. The programme commenced with paying rich tribute to Lord Ganesh in the form of ‘Ganesh Stuti’. The students also presented a phenomenal fusion dance performance blending Kathak and Hip Hop.
November 17, 2019
An inter-departmental symposium was organized on the theme “Professional Ethics” on the National Education Day. About 14 students from the UG and PG departments participated in the symposium. Mr. Ashit Toppo from B.Ed. semester I, Ms. Anjeshri from B.Ed semester I and Ms. Naeema from M.A. Education semester I were adjudged as 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners by the judges. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal in his address, said that professional ethics is a code of conduct applicable to different professions and is set up by the expert members of such profession or professional organizations. He further added that professional ethics for teachers include: mutual respect, dignity of teaching, accountability and develop collegiality. The programme was ably conducted by Ms. Shakshi Pathak, a student of M.Ed semester I.
November 11, 2019
An inter-section Tug of War match was organized by Sports unit. The Students of PG and UG department participated with great enthusiasm and commitment.
November 11, 2019
Students attended an innovative life skills training programme at out of the world camp site at Patnitop. They participated in the number of adventures activities with transformational outcomes under the Guidance of expert trainers. They received certificates of participation for attending the camp.
October 30, 2019
MIER College of Education organized a fresher’s meet to welcome its new B.Ed. general, B.Ed. Special Education, M.Ed., M. A. and M. Phil. Education students. In his welcome address, Dr. Adit Gupta said that there is no substitute for hard work, and it is the only key to success and as incoming students, they need to put their 100% and derive the maximum benefit out of it. The event saw many dazzling performances by both seniors and juniors. A panel of jury members selected Ms. Sakshi Pathak from M.Ed. and Ms. Samina Iqbal from B.Ed. as “Miss Fresher” and Mr. Ashit Toppo from B.Ed. and Mr. Ravi Kumar from B.Ed, Special Education as “Mr. Fresher”. Seniors shared their experiences and juniors also expressed their feelings about their new college. Ms. Bupinder Kour of M.Ed. semester third ably conducted the programme. Ms. Uma of B.Ed. Special third semester presented a formal vote of thanks.
October 11, 2019
MIER College of Education commemorated the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi by organizing a play on the theme ‘Ädalat Mein Gandhi’. The play was directed by Mr. Rajneesh Gupta, depicting the scenes of some of the untouched aspects of Mahatma Gandhi’s life. Ms. Karuna Bajaj was the guest speaker on the occasion. She highlighted the Swachh Bharat Mission launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make the country clean and green, Dr. Arun K. Gupta, Chairman, MIER exhorted on Gandhian philosophy and said that Gandhi Ji's mission was spiritual, cleansing of not only India but of the world, he was cleansing humanity of prejudices, hatred and violence. The programme was ably conducted by Ms. Anjeshree and Palak Srivastva, students of B.Ed. programme.
October 01, 2019
Intersection Carom Match was organized by the Sports Unit. The students form all wings participated in great numbers.
September 27, 2019
MIER College of Education (Autonomous) organized the Annual Sports Meet at its campus. The meet was inaugurated by Dr Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College of Education. Students from all the departments of the college took part in events which included Tug of War and Chess. The HoDs of different departments of the college along with all the faculty and students witnessed the sports meet and cheered the participants. In his inaugural speech, Dr. Adit Gupta encouraged the students to participate whole heartedly in the events. He said that proficiency in co-curricular activities including sports is an integral part of becoming an effective teacher and would help in developing a wholesome personality of the pupil teachers. Dr. Gupta declared the meet open and asked the players to compete with sportsman’s spirit and show zeal and enthusiasm.
Tug of war was held between two teams from the Under Graduate and Post Graduate departments
May 22, 2019
The Co-curricular Committee of MIER College of Education organized the Annual Prize Distribution function. Dr. Arun K. Gupta, Chairperson MIER Group of Institutions was the Chief Guest and Dr. Renu Gupta Vice Chairperson MIER was the Guest of Honor. Dr. Adit Gupta, Director and Principal MIER College, Dr. N.R. Sharma, Dean Academics College, Dr. H.R Shan Controller Examination MIER College, Dr. Mool Raj Sharma HoD PG Department, Dr. Rohinka Sharma HoD UG Department, Dr. Annie Koul Coordinator IQAC along with the faculty and the students of MIER College of Education attended the event.
May 03, 2019
A four day educational tour was organized for the students of UG and PG departments to Chandigarh from March 26 to 29, 2019 to get hands on experiences about the functioning of different educational institutions . 50 students along with 2 faculty members visited Punjab University, Chandigarh and interacted with faculty . in addition they visited Sukhna Lake , Rock Garden , Elante Mall etc.
March 29, 2019
An inter-college badminton championship was organized by the Sports Unit of MIER College of Education. Dr. Renu Gupta, Vice Chairperson MIER was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Dr. Adit Gupta, Principal MIER College, Dr. Mool Raj Sharma, HOD PG and Dr Rohnika Sharma, HoD UG Department along with the faculty and the students witnessed the sports event and encouraged the participants. The students along with their coaches from six colleges participated with great sportsmanship and enthusiasm.
January 01, 1900