Welcome To DMI College Of Education

DMI College of Education is a Christian Minority Institution which offers Bachelor of Education, approved by Government of Tamil Nadu and affiliated to Tamil Nadu Teachers Education University, Chennai. The College is promoted and managed by the Sisters of DMI, which was founded in the year 1984 by Rev. Fr.Dr.J.E.Arulraj, The Society manages several educational, technical, health, welfare and social development institutions. The vision of these Institutions is to provide a disciplined life with a spiritual base to remain fully alive and fully human. Further, it strives to achieve excellence among the most marginalized, oppressed and disadvantaged sections so as to mould persons in pursuance of making a better human life through Education. Simultaneously this enhances the core strength of the students and enables them to make significant contribution to the development of the society in particular and the nation at large.


Founder & Chairman

founderfatherRev. Fr. J.E. Arul Raj OMI, is the founder of Daughters of Mary Immaculate (DMI) and Collaborators established in 1984. The Charism of the society is, loving God is serving the poor to be fully human and fully alive. DMIs are trained to involve in the upliftment of the socially deprived. The founder of DMI has established Schools, Colleges, Technical Education Institutions, Hospitals to uplift the downtrodden and the poorest of the poor through a scheme “Study now, pay later.” Now, Social service of the society has started spreading all over world. – South Africa & America etc. Further it is taking steps to encounter the challenges of the world such as – Right to food, Global warming, Genetic engineering, Deforestation, Nano tech, Ozone depletion etc dedicating itself to the domain of science, technology and education. The ulterior motive of the society is to bring appropriate technology to the emancipation of the poor and enhancement of spirituality and humanity. It keeps marching towards the Father’s Kingdom.

Rev.Fr.Dr.J.E.Arul Raj


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Principal Message

Dr.V.Aruna

M.A., M.Com., M.Phil., M.Ed., M.Phil (Edu)., Ph.D., UGC – NET., MBA.,

Socially, politically and economically the world is changing at a dramatic rate. Hence, it is certainly not possible to foresee any slowing in the pace over the next decade. As the world has changed, so has the school, and so has what we mean by teaching and by learning.more...
Institutions of teacher education fulfill vital roles in the global education community; they have the potential to bring changes within educational systems that will shape the knowledge and skills of future generations. Often, education is described as the great hope for creating a more sustainable future; teacher-education institutions serve as key change agents in transforming education and society, so such a future is possible. Not only do teacher-education institutions educate new teachers, they update the knowledge and skills of in-service teachers, create teacher-education curriculum, provide professional development for practicing teachers, contribute to textbooks, consult with local schools, and often provide expert opinion to regional and national ministries of education. Institutions of teacher education also perform similar services for school principals who have significant impact on what occurs in schools. Because of this broad influence in curriculum design and implementation, as well as policy setting within educational institutions, faculty members of teacher-education institutions are perfectly poised to promote education for sustainable development (ESD). By working with the administrations and faculties of teacher education institutions, governments can bring about systematic, economically effective change.” (UNESCO, 2005)
All of this creates new challenges for teacher education and continuing professional development: the need to find ways of using existing resources differently, of expanding access to learning opportunities at affordable cost, of providing alternative pathways to initial teacher training, of drawing on new constituencies of the population to work as teachers, of using technologies appropriately to enrich a teacher’s context and support practice, of stimulating and supporting teachers’ active learning and of re-conceptualizing the traditional organization of initial teacher education and continuing development” (Perraton, Creed and Robinson, 2002). The future teachers-in-training will influence the shape of society well into the 21st century. However, although a teacher must serve certain universal needs of the individual, the school also has a responsibility to reflect cultural, economic and political goals for each society they represent.

Placement Cell

DMI College of Education follows a very simple and transparent placement policy. Companies are invited through e-mail messages, phone calls and faxes. Companies interested in recruiting students have to fill up the Job Announcement ...