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K.C. College of Education is located on Akhnoor Road Opposite BSF School Paloura which is about five kilometres from Jewel Chowk. It is housed in an independent building in 8 kanals of land with lush green surroundings and foliage free from dust and pollution and far from the madding crowd, noise and disturbance of the city. The atmosphere isserene and pleasing. It is run by the K.C. Educational Society registered under the Societies Act The college is recognised by the Jammu and Kashmir Government vide letter No.HE/Recog/KC/2001/dated 12.7.2002and affiliated to theUniversity of Jammu.
The Late Shri, Ram Chand Mahajan, a prominent citizen of Jammu, was a man of many parts, great vision and foresight. He had a firm conviction that a private sector is destined to play a very significant role in the development of the society. Social causes were, therefore , very dear to his heart.One of his dreams was to contribute substantially to the society through the medium of Educational Institutions. To give a concrete shape to his father's vision, Shri Sudershan Mahajan embarked upon the project of opening a College of Educationwherethe future builders of the nation would be trained. This cherished hope turned into a reality when the Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir and University of Jammu granted permission to the K.C. Educational Society to start the College with effect from the Academic Session 2001-2002. Thus the College has been named as K.C. College of Education.
The avowed objective of the College is to train dedicated, enlightened and skilful teachers who would in turn serve the society by ensuring the all-around development of young children entrusted to their charge. The country, at the present juncture, requires a large number of teachers with a missionary zeal who would help the society in shaping the bright future of its future citizens keeping in view the lofty ideals and high principles enshrined in our sacred constitution . The College will on its part try to achieve the highest standards of academic excellence envisaged by great thinkers, philosophers and Educationists such as Gandhi, Tagore, Aurobindo, John Dewey and others.