I did not write an exam. I did an interview. I got the notification after the interview. It was a slow process I had wait in a line for hours.
The college does have a career guidance cell. I approached the career guidance cell when I was in my final year of my degree.The career guidance cell had a discussion with me regarding my job interests and skill areas. They recorded my areas of interests and said they will try their best to help me get the job I like.
St Joseph's Training College, Kottayam was started in the year 1957 as a Christian minority institution to train teachers for secondary schools. The college authority has tried to develop a value mindset in the minds of the people so that the marginalized are not deprived of their rights. The Josephine community tries to develop the liberal values for which Jesus Christ stood. It is pressing to take a step forward in the direction of humanity and St Joseph's Training College; Kottayam has proved to be a boon for the entire cause. It is a nurturing ground for the professional and skilled development of teacher-trainees that works through pursuit of excellence in the right area with proper vision.
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Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam
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Why to join St Joseph's Training College, Kottayam?
1. Infrastructure and other facilities: St Joseph's Training College, Kottayam has one of the best infrastructures in the entire region. There are a lot of additional labs and departments that help in the overall growth. There is a computer lab, science lab, psychology lab, mathematics lab, language lab, gymnasium, museum, library, hostel, etc. Thus, the college has a lot of resources invested in the infrastructure and it has helped the students in many ways indeed.
2. Unique museum: It is very rare that a college has a museum of its own. St Joseph's Training College, Kottayam has a grand museum which is significant in many ways. The college has a typical biology museum and it has specimen of different Human developmental stages, organs, Coelenterates, Nemetodes, Annelides, Athropdes, Molluscs, Echinodermates, fishes, amphibians, reptiles along with skeletal systems of different organisms, stuffed specimens and botanical specimens. Thus, the museum adds a lot to the value learning process.