B.Ed (Botany) is an undergraduate teacher training department in JKKN College of Education, designed to prepare individuals to become proficient Botany teachers. The course curriculum encompasses various subjects, including plant anatomy, physiology, taxonomy, and ecology, among others. The program provides a comprehensive learning experience that combines theoretical knowledge with practical teaching skills, enabling students to develop an in-depth understanding of Botany and the ability to impart the knowledge effectively to students. The faculty members are highly qualified and experienced, dedicated to providing quality education to the students. The college has excellent resources and facilities, including well-equipped labs and libraries, to support the learning process. Graduates of the B.Ed (Botany) course can pursue a career as Botany teachers in schools or opt for further education by pursuing a Master’s degree in Botany or Education. This course empowers students with the necessary skills to inspire an appreciation for the natural world while also enabling them to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills necessary for effective teaching.