About us

Maha Bodhi Teacher's Training College under the Management and control by Lord BudhaWorld Education Trust at Tapowan, P.O. Tetar, Distt. Gaya, Bihar is a classic and specially designed institution to trained the students as a Teahcer widely required for the Nation. The institution imparting Teacher Education Programme covering all the norms and standards of B.Ed. courseand intending to other M.Ed., PTE, ETE, PhD and other various Teacher Education and Training Programme framed under the National Council for Teacher Education Act 1993 and regulationmade their under by NCTE, Govt. of India. The college has all modern facilities technology and infrastructure to impart teacher training course in Arts, Science and Commerce to the associated students with a vision to prepare such teachers who must be able to change the fate of the children by dedication in teaching methods.


The college has been established at a place known in the world from the date of creation of the earth namely Tapowan situated at Lord Budha Marg (Path of Budha) 15 Kms. From Wazirganj from Gaya- Nawada Road, 15 Kms. From Khijar Sarai from Patna-Gaya Road and 15 Kms. From Rajgir by Rajgir,Tapowan Road.
Tapowan is known as worship place where the four sons of God Bramha namely Sanak, Sanandan, Sanatan and Sanat Kumar performed Tapasaya here upon the direction of their father. They constructed four hot springs/kunds now available for taking bath to remove any skin diseases. Four hot springs/kunds have named in the name of sons of Brahma, the creator of the world. All the area are surrounded by high green mountains where people can take breath entirely pollution free. As per the Budh-History when Lord Budha started from Rajgrih for Bodh Gaya, he became ill at Jethinan and he came Tapowan to take bath for cure of his diseases and after taking bath for three days in the hot spring/kund at Tapowan, Lord Budha became free from all the diseases and proceeded for Bodh Gaya via Kundilpur-Wazirganj Gaya to Bodh Gaya and that is the reason that so many researchers from the Budhist countries, like Japan, Sri Lanka, Thailand spent their time at Tapowan and named the Rajgir-Tapowan-Wazirganj Road as Lord Budha Marg in their books.
Due to the backwardness, Tapowan could not get the proper space in the map of India for development. Now Tilaya Tapowan-Jethian Railway line is coming up shortly for operation and almost all the construction work of the Ministry of Railways has been completed and waiting for inauguration. The college is covered with four corner boundary wall in about 3-Acres of land with constructed building facilities.