Saturday, November 30, 2019

BMEMT Granted schorlarships to student-teachers

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Innocent Hearts College of Education won prizes in Inter-college competitions

The student-teachers of Innocent Hearts College of Education actively participated in Inter-College competitions at St. Soldier College of Education, Jalandhar. These Inter-College Competitions comprised of folk song, best out of waste, geet/gazal and poster making competition.
Prinkle Gandhi sang melodiously and strengthened the feeling of community bonding with the strains of her folk song. Gurjot Kaur creatively prepared a beautiful vase with waste material like newspaper,  plastic waste boxes, straws etc.
Gurjot Kaur and Prinkle Gandhi achieved trophies and all the participants were very happy to identify and enrich their hidden talent. The Members of Management and Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh appreciated the winners and congratulated them.                            


Friday, November 1, 2019


Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all love of what you are doing or learning. Learning never ends at any stage of life, it continues for everyone be it a student, an educator or a principal.
Dr. Arjinder Singh, Principal, Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandharattended two week workshop on “Flipped Learning and ICT-enabled Teaching and Learning”at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The workshop aimed at training teachers toset up flipped classrooms, to know about the various stages of video development and to participate in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) and Study Webs of Active learning for Young Aspiring Minds (SWAYAM) ecosystem.
In an interview with Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh, he explained that all participants were given training on the structure of cognitive process in flipped learning, pillars of flipped learning, creating virtual support system with modernizationand understanding digital initiative of Government of India in Higher Education.He further added that quality e-content and self-study is the need of the hour. The teaching-learning process is not sufficient for present day student’s needs.Teacher has to act as a resource manager and peer involvement is necessary in classroom. Structural teaching and exploratory, experiential, collaborative learning are very important for qualitative education.The Education system has to make a shift from traditional to flipped classrooms.In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home while engaging in concepts in the classroom under the guidance of a mentor. He emphasized the usage of IT tools in education and assured that Innocent Hearts College of Education will be implementingquality e-content delivery to the student-teachers from the upcoming session.

Friday, October 18, 2019


Innocent Hearts College of Education organized one week anti-cracker and anti-plastic campaign in the various teaching practice schools of Jalandhar district- Royal World School, R.K. Memorial School, Lyallpur Khalsa Senior Secondary School, Innocent Hearts School Loharan, Innocent Hearts School and the College campus at Green Model Town Jalandhar.
The theme of this campaign was to spread awareness about the ill-effects and health hazards caused by pollutants emitted from the bursting of crackers and burning plastic. Processions were taken out in the nearby villages to spread awareness of the harmful effects of crackers, student-teachers and school students uttered slogans conveying the message to Go Green.

The student-teachers also pledged that they would never make use of plastic bags which are the major source of pollution, instead they creatively prepared attractive Diwali gift packages with waste paper material. Various competitions like Diya/candle decoration, Rangoli competition and Gift bag preparation competitions were organized. The whole college campus sparkled with twinkling diyas and colourful floral designs. Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh encouraged the participants and said that the main motive of this one week campaign was to celebrate Eco-friendly and peaceful Diwali.

Saturday, October 5, 2019


Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organized Talent Hunt on 3rd& 4thOct, 2019 in order to bring out the hidden abilities of the student-teachers and help them realize their individual worth.
Rangoli, poster making, painting still life, slogan writing, collage making competitions were organized on 3rd Oct 2019. The college campus was nicely decorated with colour ful rangoli designs and aesthetic paintings.
On Oct 4, 2019 all the student-teachers actively participated in stage items –declamation, poetical symposium, costume parade, solo song, solo dance, group dance and group song in the college auditorium. The audience was spell bound with the energetic solo dance performances of the student-teachers. The atmosphere was filled with melody and rhythm during solo song performances. Group dance items added cultural flavour to the whole event. The judgement was done keeping in mind the rules and criteria set for each item.
Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh appreciated the student-teachers for making the event a memorable one and congratulated the winners.He further added that the purpose of this ‘Talent hunt’ was to enhance the sportsmanship spirit among the student-teachers and to develop their overall personality.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019


Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar organized Hawan Ceremony at the outset of the new academic session to seek the blessings of the almighty and to welcome the students with tranquil positive vibrations. Puja was performed devotedly by the members of Management, Principal, faculty members and students under divine fervour and spirituality.
An Orientation Programme was organized in which the new entrants were acquainted with the rules, regulations and curriculum of the B.Ed. Programme. They were reminded of the fact that great teaching is more than a handful of teaching tricks strung together with modest aims and sufficient expertise.
The members of Management bestowed their blessings on the students. Principal Dr. Arjinder Singh motivated the students and said that prayers help to refine our souls by warding off negativity, hatred, jealousy and the motive of these prayers was to let evils burn in the holy flames of fire. The message that spirituality and excellence go hand in hand was imparted.

Monday, September 9, 2019

Anti-Drug Campaign

NSS unit of Innocent Hearts College of Education organised Anti-Drug Campaign in the rural areas.
Story telling methods was used to spread awareness about the adverse effects of Drug Addiction.

Saturday, August 10, 2019


Innocent Hearts College of Education, Jalandhar has always focused on qualitative education since its inception and now it is incorporating digitalization. Principal of the college, Dr. Arjinder Singh has been recently certified with O grade for his active participation in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on ‘Gender Equality and Women Empowerment’. He said that education is a continuous life-long process. Online and distance education can be pursued by people of any age. Massive Open Online Courses are free online courses available for anyone to enroll. MOOC provides an affordable and flexible way to learn new skills and advance one’s career. He motivated the student-teachers and teacher-educators to pursue such courses and use digital resources in the teaching-learning process. The management and faculty members congratulated him for this recognition.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Innocent Hearts College of Education secured maximum university merit positions

                                                                            Amrit Arora
                                                                             Komal Shahi
                                                                           Ravneet Kaur
                                                                       Swati Verma
                                                                   Chandani Kapoor

                                                                         Diksha Trehan

Innocent Hearts College of Education has achieved 7 merit positions (Sem IV) at the University level which is the maximum number in Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The meritorious students –Ankita Khera and Amrit Arora achieved first position in the college with 80% marks, Komal Sahi bagged second position with 79.2% marks, Ravneet Kaur attained third position with 79.11% marks, Swati Verma stood fourth with 79.05% marks and Diksha Trehan as well as Chandni Kapoor bagged fifth position with 78.1% marks. 100% student-teachers grabbed First division and 33% student-teachers achieved distinctions.