West Point Schhol of Education

West Point School of Education

West Point School of Education offers the course in Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Diploma in Elementary Education ( D.El.Ed ) The Teacher Education Program aims to train teachers for the schools in the government/private sector in India. The curriculum and evaluation systems adopted by the college are similar to those used in the typical Colleges of Education. Emphasis is given to the development of domain knowledge and teaching skills. They take foundational and experiential coursework to enable them to meet the students with linguistic, cultural, learning and behavioral diversity.

The institute is situated at Kesra village, that is adjoining to Bankura Municipality. The institute is approved by NCTE and affiliated to Burdwan University to run B.Ed course from the year 2014-15. The institute is also approved by NCTE and affiliated to West Bengal Board of Primary Education to run D.El.Ed course from the year 2017.

Details of Management of the Institution

Sl.No. Name of the
Designation Contact
Mobile No
1 Arabinda Majhi Secretary 9434101576 Katjuridanga, Kenduadihi, Bankura
2 Arindam Majhi Member 7001491487 Katjuridanga, Kenduadihi, Bankura
3 Pranab Kumar Dey Member 9564171136 J.C. Mallik Rd, Dhanbad, Jharkhand
4 Dr. Malay Kumar Mukhopadhyay Principal of the Institution 9474558656 Sanabandh , Bankura

Vision Statement

West Point School of Education assists candidates in developing knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary to become effective and caring teachers in an ever-changing society. Candidates are prepared to become reflective, lifelong learners.

Mission Statement

  • develop an understanding of subject matter areas and to create meaningful learning experiences based on this knowledge.
  • develop an understanding of students' cognitive, social, physical, and emotional development and to create learning opportunities that support student academic development.
  • recognize and value student diversity and the differences in how students learn and provide instruction to accommodate such diversity.
  • develop instructional plans based on students' needs, curricular goals and models, subject matter, and community.
  • develop pedagogical knowledge and skills and to use this expertise to encourage each student to develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • create a classroom environment that facilitates learning and a climate that
  • encourages fairness, positive social interactions, active learning, and self- motivation.
  • develop effective verbal, nonverbal, written, technological, and media communication skills to support and enhance student learning.
  • understand the role of assessment and the use of formal and informal assessment strategies to evaluate student learning.
  • develop skills necessary for self-reflection and to use this knowledge to analyze past experiences and to pursue professional development opportunities.
  • collaborate with students, candidates, parents, community members, and professional colleagues in order to support student learning and development.
  • demonstrate a sense of caring.