Government Teacher Training Institute for Women

Government Teacher training Institute for women, chinnadharapuram, karur was established in 1960. The sole purpose of Teacher Training Instituteis to prepare successful teachers to meet the varying needs of the trainees from diverse backgrounds. This course is to increase the students’ capacity to receive the information and manipulate it in unanticipated situations. It also helps the teacher trainees to gain confidence in their abilities so that they will be better equipped to be successful teachers.

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GTTI Chinnadharapuram

We hope, Educated women are capable of bringing socio-economic changes. The constitution of almost all democratic countries, including India, guarantees equal rights to both men and women.

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Our Mission

To provide academic and resource support at the grass root level for the success of the various strategies and programmes being undertaken in the areas of elementary and adult education.


Our Vission

1.To be centre for excellence in elementary education and teacher education programme (Elementary and Secondary) in the State.
2.To organize Pre-service training for prospective teachers

About KARUR District

KarurTaluk, which was once a part of Coimbatore district, was merged with Tiruchirappalli district during 1910. A separate Karur district was formed on 30th September 1995 by trifurcating Tiruchirappalli district. Initially, Karur District was carved out of the composite Tiruchirapalli district, consisting of three taluks namely, Karur, Kulithalai and Manaparai. Subsequently ManaparaiTaluk was decoupled and MusiriTaluk was included in Karur District. Later MusiriTaluk was decoupled from Karur District.

Karur District, with headquarters at Karur, is the most centrally located district of Tamil Nadu. It’s about 371 km south west of Chennai (Madras), the capital of Tamil Nadu. Karur district is bounded by Namakkal District in the north, Dindigul District in the south, Tiruchirapalli District on the east and Erode District on the west. Karur district was formed through Government Order G.O.Ms.No.913, Revenue Dated 30.10.1995.