BEd Vs BTC DElEd: Now there will be less and more jobs for DLED

BEd Vs BTC DElEd: Now there will be less and more jobs for DLED

Due to the decision of the Supreme Court, for the time being DLED trainees have a job guarantee in a way. At present, two batches of DLED are running in the DIETs of the state. Of these, 631 students of 2019-21 batch are going to pass out this year. This batch is running late. The second batch of around 550 students will pass out next year. While recruitment is to be done on about 3000 posts of basic teachers, the contenders will be around 1100 only.

Himanshu Joshi, former president of the two-year DLED trained association, said on Friday that the decision of the Supreme Court is welcome. There is no opposition to anyone in the job, but it is also necessary to know the reality. Actually DLED trained has only chance to become basic teacher. They cannot apply for any other post. He gets the D.El.Ed certificate after duly selection and two years of regular studies. After that he also has to pass TET-I, whereas it is not so in B.Ed. Ed degree holders are eligible for LT and Lecturer. They can also apply in higher education. In such a situation, only DLED trained should be considered eligible for basic teacher.

BPSC: Will the Bihar BEd BTC DElEd case affect the recruitment of 1.70 lakh teachers?

Something can be said on this subject only after getting the verified copy of the Supreme Court’s decision. It has to be seen in what perspective the court has ordered. What standards have been commented upon in it? -Ramakrishna UniyalDirector Basic Education

Shock to more than 85 thousand BEd trained in Uttarakhand

There is a lot of stir in Uttarakhand due to the Supreme Court’s decision to invalidate the B.Ed degree for basic teacher. This decision has shocked more than 85 thousand B.Ed trainees in Uttarakhand. On the other hand, there is a wave of happiness among the youth doing DLED. If this decision is implemented, for the time being, their job in the state will be guaranteed in a way.

In fact, at present recruitment on 800 posts of basic teachers is pending in the state. Along with this, the proposal for recruitment of 2350 more posts is under consideration of the government. Ed trained are afraid that with the implementation of the said decision in the state, they will lose their chance to join more than three thousand recruitments.

It may be known that earlier, while hearing the case regarding B.Ed degree, the Rajasthan High Court had declared B.Ed degree invalid for basic teacher. The Supreme Court also approved that decision on Friday.

The hope of B.Ed trained again shattered

This is the second time in basic teacher recruitment when B.Ed degree holders have got a setback. Earlier in the year 2010, the National Council of Teacher Educators (NCTE) had removed B.Ed from the eligibility of basic teacher. After this, after a long movement of B.Ed trained unemployed, in 2018 NCTE again gave concession to B.Ed. Now with the decision of the Supreme Court, BEd trained are once again deeply worried.

Arvind Rana, spokesperson of the BEd trained unemployed federation, says that all BEd unemployed are confused by this decision. In a way, the decision of the Supreme Court has raised questions on the notification of NCTE in 2018 itself. After getting the concession of B.Ed TET in 2018, there have been four recruitments of basic teachers in Uttarakhand. The fourth recruitment is currently underway, in which 800 posts are to be filled.

Rana said that the picture is not completely clear yet. All the unemployed are waiting for the attested copy of the Supreme Court order. However, the government should not let the interests of the unemployed people of the state come under fire. Service rules have been revised in the state in 2019. The government should try to maintain the same system for the future by keeping B.Ed TET valid in all the recruitments of 2018.

It is known that the number of BEd trained in the state is 85,574. These are the B.Ed trained, who passed the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) held from time to time during 2011 to 2022. If those who could not pass TET are also included, then this number becomes even higher.

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