MOUNT TABOR TRAINING COLLEGE

A Christian Minority Educational Institution
Estd. 1960 | Affiliated to University of Kerala
Recognized by UGC under 2(f)/12(B) of UGC Act 1956
Recognized by NCTE | Re accredited with A grade by NAAC

  • principaltabor@gmail.com
    tabor1960@rediff.com
  • 0475-2352323

MOUNT TABOR TRAINING COLLEGE PATHANAPURAM
KOLLAM DISTRICT KERALA STATE PIN - 689 695

Community Programmes

Our institution is located in a rural place and hence, it has significant role in the development of local community. Through the community oriented programmes we seek to empower our students by providing them with the skills they need to affect change in their own communities. These skills are created through the various programmes in which they form social groups working for a common agenda. The programmes help the students to understand both how to work with individuals and how to affect change within the context of larger social institutions. It also helps in the development of values like fellow concern, empathy, love co-operation etc.

We visit home for the destitute, rehabilitation centers located in the nearby districts and render them necessary financial and other help.

We also extend our guidance and counseling facilities to the nearby rural schools, provide training to the teachers of the schools and undertake various social service activities.In collaboration with the Panchayat and the various NGOs, we are involved in the developmental activities of the community


Thus we practice the motto - “Think globally and act locally”



  • Mount Tabor is the hillock of transfiguration of Jesus Christ. The vision of Mount Tabor Training College is to transform and transfigure the students to be empowered teachers who engage teaching as a service and a sacrifice to save the learner from the darkness of evil and lead towards the light of wisdom.
  • To equip the prospective teachers to become engaged citizens who are physically healthy, emotionally intelligent, personally effective, socially responsible, aesthetically sensitive, who have character, commitment and courage with global consciousness and local connectedness.
  •  To motivate student teachers to become transformative teachers who demonstrate faith in their thought, wisdom in words, courage in deeds and service as a symbol of their life.
  •  To mould the self to fully functioning personalities who integrate cognitive and affective talents in the classrooms to make learning a pleasant experience for the learners.
  •  Extending the teacher education services to the community for the well-being of the society
  •  Exploring the educational scenario to supplement, support and intervene in the educational sphere to make it more effective.
  •  Promoting quality of Teacher Education in the light of a Christian understanding of the world and society.
  • H. H. Moran Mar Baselios Marthoma Didimos I, Valiya Bava, (Patron)
  •  Very Rev. C.O. Joseph Remban, (Manager)
  •  Rev. Fr. K. V. Paul, (Secretary)
  •  Rev. Fr. Habeeb Joseph, (Bursar)
  •  Dr. Sunny Skariah, (Principal)
  • Members
  •  Very Rev. Gabriel Samuel Remban
  •  Very Rev. Younan Samuel Remban
  •  Very Rev. Peter Thomas Remban
  •  Rev. Fr. Benjamin Mathen
  •  Rev. Fr. Yohannan Thomas
  •  Rev. Fr. David Koshy
  •  Rev. Fr. Philip Mathew
  •  Rev. Fr. Markose Geevarghese
  •  Rev. Mother Superior, Mount Tabor Convent
  •  The Principal, St. Stephen’s College (Member Ex- officio)