Today’s fast-paced world is becoming increasingly characterized by technology driven communication, which has transformed the world into a large global connected community with ever increasing outreach of information and communication technology (ICT). Technology plays an increasingly important role in people’s lives, and it is envisaged that technological literacy will soon become a functional requirement for people’s work, social, and even personal lives. The aim of the study was to explore the ICT Literacy among B.Ed Teacher Trainees’. The investigator has used the survey method to collect the data. The investigator has selected 40 students studying in B.Ed., course at Sri Ragavendara College of Education in Dindigul district. Finding of the study revealed that, there was no significant difference between male and female B.Ed Student teachers on ICT Literacy. There was no significant difference between Tamil and English B.Ed student teachers on ICT Literacy. There was significant difference between Rural and Urban B.Ed student teachers on ICT Literacy. Hence, B.Ed student trainees’ had moderate level of ICT literacy and the urban B.Ed teacher trainees mean scores was higher than the rural.