BEd vs DElEd: DElEd trainees adamant on removing BEd people from teacher recruitment

BEd vs DElEd: DElEd trainees adamant on removing BEd people from teacher recruitment

BEd vs DElEd in UP Teacher Recruitment: There is tension among DElEd and BEd candidates after the Supreme Court rejected the notification of National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) dated June 28, 2018, validating BEd in teacher recruitment of schools from classes one to five. Has increased. The petition of BTC (now D.El.Ed) 2015 batch trainee Rajvasu Arya of Sambhal was also included in the petition filed in the Supreme Court regarding the decision of Rajasthan High Court.

After the decision of the Supreme Court on August 11 last month, Rajvasu has written a letter to the officials of the Basic Education Department demanding the exclusion of the B.Ed selected candidates. In a letter sent to Director SCERT Lucknow and Secretary Basic Education Council Prayagraj, the Office of the Examination Regulatory Authority has demanded to cancel the advertisement issued on December 5, 2018 for 69000 recruitment. Rajavasu says that NCTE has sent information to all the states to comply with the Supreme Court order. But till now neither any official statement has come from the Uttar Pradesh government nor any action has been taken.

Petitions have been filed in High Court-Supreme Court

Petitions have been filed from the High Court to the Supreme Court demanding the exclusion of B.Ed candidates from the recruitment of 69,000 assistant teachers in council primary schools. In this recruitment, D.El.Ed (BTC) candidates, who were deprived of meager marks, had recently petitioned the High Court for not making the selected teachers holding B.Ed degree undergo a mandatory six-month bridge course. Before that, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of Shikshamitras.

28517 colleges allotted in the third round

The third round of college allotment for admission to D.El.Ed training 2023 was released on Saturday. 29890 candidates with ranks ranging from 1 to 1.5 lakh had given the option of college. Out of these, 28517 candidates were allotted colleges and the applications of 1373 were rejected. So far, in the three rounds of the first phase, a total of 60841 seats have been allotted, 9089 seats of District Education and Training Institute (DIET) and 51752 seats of private colleges. 22685 seats were allotted in the second round and 9639 seats were allotted in the first round.

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