Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah Teachers Training College (KATTC)

Established by Dhaka Ahsania Mission in 1992, the aim of the college is to train up teachers in imparting quality education in the secondary school of our country. It is the first secondary education level teachers training college is the private sector in Bangladesh. The overall administration and management of the institution is conducted by a Governing Body comprising eminent educationists and educational administrators. The college has been maintaining a congenial and peaceful academic atmosphere and upholding a high standard of academic excellence since its inception and has earned a wide reputation in maintaining high academic discipline and functional efficiency.

There are 119 teachers training colleges in our country. Among them 14 are government run teachers training college and 105 are non-government. Recently the Ministry of Education of Bangladesh had surveyed on 119 teachers training colleges both government and non- government. According to the survey report only 17 teachers training colleges were classified as quality education institution. Out of these 17 colleges 14 are government and 3 are non- government managed. It is graceful to record that Khanbahadur Ahsanullah Teachers Training College has been listed in the first position among those 3 non-government T.T colleges that provide quality education.

KATTC campus is free of student politics and smoking atmosphere. In lieu of a students union, the students are organized into several groups under student leaders to engage themselves in different co-curricular activities. At the end of the education session, a cultural week is organized when competitions on various cultural activities are held and wall magazines are published by the groups and rewarded after evaluation.

B. Ed (Bachelor of Education) degree is offered in this college with the affiliation of the National University and M. Ed (Master of Education) degree offered under the auspices of Faculty of Education of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology (AUST). The B. Ed and M. Ed courses are being conducted with an aim of importing quality teaching and training to produce hardworking devoted and dedicated teachers imbued with ennobling ideals, zeal and enthusiasm for making worthwhile contribution for raising the standard of teaching at the secondary level of education which has been facing a setback for lack of adequately trained teachers.

During the year 2009-10, performance of the B. Ed and M. Ed courses are found quite encouraging. In 2009-10 academic sessions 125 trainees appeared at the B. Ed final examination under the National University. In follow-up that admission started in the B. Ed course for the academic session 2010-11.