The present book is an attempt to identify the occupational stress of B.Ed. college teachers and their stress coping strategies. Keeping the above in mind, the author of this book clearly explained the procedure in developing the rating scales to assess the occupational stress and stress coping strategies of B.Ed. college teachers. The author comprehensively reviewed the literature on OS and OS coping strategies of teachers working at different levels of education from Indian and Western perspectives. In addition, this book gives a clear cut picture about the different aspects or sources of occupational stress in teachers and the ways and means to manage the stress in their occupation. This book will serve as a good resource book to the students, research scholars, educationists, policy makers, managements of the B.Ed. colleges, principals and staff working in B.Ed. Colleges of Education. It is also a good guide to develop appropriate stress coping strategies to overcome stress in teachers through pre-service and in-service training programmes, thereby to provide better quality training in teacher education programmes.