It is an educational training institute, which conducts In-service and Pre-service training programme for teachers.
Culture of Barmer
Like all other districts in the desert region, Barmer is known for its folk music and dance
In the 18th century the name Barmer or Balmer was adopted by the British rulers of India and is derived from the name of the earlier 13th century ruler Bahada Rao Parmar (Panwar) or Bar Rao Parmar (Panwar), it was named Bahadamer ("The Hill Fort of Bahada")
In Service Training
@ DIET Barmer
Pre Service training
@ DIET Barmer
It is well reputed Institute of western rajasthan for Pre-Service training programme with intake capacity of 50.
Institute conducts various in service trainings, workshops, seminars and research activities during each academic session.
Welcome to BARMER
Barmer is located in the western part of the state forming a part of the THAR DESERT. The district borders JAISALMER district in the north, JALORE district in the south, PALI district and JODHPUR district in the east, and PAKISTAN in the west. The total area of the district is 28,387 square kilometre(10,960 square mile). After Jaisalmer district and Bikaner district, it is the third largest district of Rajasthan. It is also the fifth largest district in the country. The district is located between 24,58' to 26, 32'N Latitudes and 70, 05' to 72, 52' E Longitudes.
In earlier times, the district was known by the name Mallinath. Mallinath was the son of Rao Salkha and Mallinath is a God who is still worshiped by Rajputs.The whole area around the river LUNI was said to have Malani, derived from the name Mallinath.