The History of ALL INDIA TALEEM GHAR is one of growth in service. The national
impact of this organisation and its mission of educating Indian is best appreciated
when we review its dynamic role as the first full fledged urdu teachers training
founded in U.P. It's goal is to sustain and strengthen in every area intellectual
quality commitment to service and to maintain the standards of education.
Founder of All India Taleem Ghar
Farangi Mahal, Lucknow.
A street Lamp post in Billochpura was Mr. ullah Ansari's staring place where
he with his colleague tought illiterates. The office began functioning on 1st May
1934 in a rental house.
BEGUM SULTANA HAYAT
Founder of BAZM-E-KHAWATIN
The woman wing of ALL INDIA TALEEM GHAR Bazme Khawateen started working
in Zanana Park Aminabad since 1934.
SIDRAT ULLAH ANSARI
Director cum Conntroller (Exams)
The AITG has been conceived as a major intervention for restructuring and strengthening
of teacher education, both pre-service an in –service .Its function is to provide
academic resource support to elementary education in the distinct concerned. Although
the major focus is on in – service education, the responsibility to provide per
services teacher education to a limited number of trainees has also been entrusted
to the AITGs. The matter relating to content of pre- service teacher training programme
in AITG has been engaging the attention of educationists for quite some time in
the past. In some states , the old JBT syllabus has been introduced either in to
or with minor modification .The elementary teacher education curriculum guidelines
and syllabi brought out by NCERT in 1991 have been introduced in the AITGs in some