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NCTE to shut down 'poor performing' BEd colleges, 1000 institutes under scrutiny

Even after over 5 lakh extra enrollment in BEd courses, hundreds of colleges fail to fill seats. The mindset of BEd increasing the matrimonial prospects of women is among the reasons behind the lack of quality education, says the chairperson.

NCTE to launch course for training school counselors

The course will be available from the coming academic year 2021. For those who have a BA in Psychology, a one-year diploma course would be available to make them trained counsellors.

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Tripura govt seeks relaxation of NCTE rules

"We have 12,222 posts of school teachers lying vacant. Even if we recruit all B.Ed trained candidates and those under training right now, the number would be 1,500, " Ratan Lal Nath said

Prakash Javadekar introduces bill to grant retrospective recognition to teacher training colleges

Prakash Javadekar has introduced a bill which will grant retrospective recognition to government-funded institutions conducting teacher education courses without NCTE's approval.

Cabinet okays Bill on one-time recognition to teacher-training institutes

“The retrospective recognition was being given as a one-time measure to ensure that the future of students who had passed or were currently enrolled was not jeopardised.”

Haryana education dept to meet VCs, look into complaints against B.Ed colleges

The meeting would be attended by vice-chancellors from various universities to which a number of B.Ed colleges are affiliated and would deliberate upon the formation of an inspection committee to visit these colleges.

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Exemption of TET for shiksha mitras: State awaits Law Dept’s assessment of NCTE order ‘accepting’ CM plea

The state wants the Centre to remove the necessary clause for appointment as government teachers which requires that the candidates clear the TET

School Service Commission can publish result,with rider

Calcutta High Court after several candidates challenged it on the grounds that several questions were out of the syllabus.

Apex court asks states to follow panel’s directives on teachers

Sub-committee was formed by the HRD ministry under court directives

SC-appointed panel recommends de-recognition of 249 DTEd colleges

OUT Of the 301 disputed colleges visited by committee members,only 44 met the criteria fixed by the NCTE.

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