Maa Omwati College of Education is established in Maa Omwati International Education City, at Hassanpur, (Palwal) with the objectives to provide excellent learning facility, educational assistance by experienced faculty and all other allied infrastructure to groom the youth and all round development of this area. We are also likely to start M.Ed course from the coming session. Our mission is “To see India as super power by 2020” bring up and develop the village talent by introducing excellence in the field of education. MAA OMWATI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (MOCE) a constituent unit of “MAA OMWATI EDUCATION TRUST”. It is established to promote quality education, research, training and consultation in teacher training with a global prospective to meet the challenges of the fast changing trends in the field of education. National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has approved the B.Ed programme offered by MOCE vide letter no. F.NRC/NCTE/HR-948/2008, dated 22/08/2008 and affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak. To keep pace with the changing trends and developments, the college of education aims at developing a new cadre of teaching professionals through a rigorous full time campus based program.
The MOCE is housed in magnificent building, which provides a neat, clean and very congenial working atmosphere for faculty, pupil teacher and staff. The environment is conductive to foster creative collaboration between the teacher and the taught. The lecture halls are equipped with most modern teaching aids like LCD projectors and OHP. The technology lab is well occupied with all the devices of information and communication technology .It takes over new challenges in the field of education. Together all these facilities contribute to the making of managers who will never fall short of knowledge and action, while managing their assigned tasks. The pupil teacher has also the privilege of receiving knowledge from a truly outstanding faculty.
Integrated Hostel facilities for Boys & Girls have been provided separately within the Campus