Despite the Supreme Court order invalidating B.Ed in primary school teacher recruitment, 70,100 seats for Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) training 2023 session remained vacant. 2684 candidates got allotted college by paying fees of Rs 5,000 each, but did not take admission. Due to this indifference of the candidates, the government earned Rs 1.34 crore.
3,36,187 candidates had applied for admission on a total of 2,33,350 seats in 10600 seats of 67 District Education and Training Institutes (DIET) of the state and 2,22,750 seats of 2974 private colleges. After the Supreme Court order of August 11, such a large number of applications were received for the first time in the last five years. There was a lot of enthusiasm regarding this in private D.El.Ed colleges. However, till the last date of 20th November, only 1,63,250 candidates have taken admission. In Uttar Pradesh, teacher recruitment not starting in primary schools for five years is being said to be the main reason for low admissions.
The rule of allotment was changed this year
The Examination Regulatory Authority Office had changed the rules of college allotment this year. Earlier, allotment fee of Rs 10,000 was deposited directly in the college. This year, the examination regulator had directly taken Rs 5,000 from each candidate as allotment fee. The condition was that if admission is not taken, the fees will not be refunded. The college allotment was to 1,65,934 candidates but only 1,63,250 took admission. The government earned Rs 1,34,20,000 on the basis of Rs 5,000 each from 2684 candidates who did not take admission.
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Many colleges had deposited the money
Managers of many private colleges had deposited five thousand rupees each and got seats allotted to their colleges. After the order of the Supreme Court, he was hopeful that he would earn money after meeting the candidates later. But on the contrary, seats remained vacant in many colleges.