B.ed diploma holder could not teach at primary schools now – SC.

Dehradun: After the decision of SC, in Elementary Education, not B.ed but DLED diploma holder will be eligible for teachers at primary schools now. The Supreme Court has given this decision on August 11 on the petition of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE).

The state government should give green signal to start DLED studies in private B.Ed colleges also, so that the youth do not migrate to other states in view of increasing demand for DLED, association of Self Finance Institute demanded.

NCTE filed a petition in the Supreme Court
On Thursday, President of the Association of Self Finance Institute, Dr. Sunil Aggarwal told that Supreme Court Justice Aniruddha Bose and Sudhanshu Dhulia’s bench gave an important decision on August 11, 2023, which will also affect Uttarakhand.
According to media report, Supreme Court said that only DLET degree holders will be valid to become primary teachers, not B.Ed holders. Told, the NCTE had filed a petition in the Supreme Court against a decision of the Rajasthan High Court, on which this order has come. Said, the Supreme Court has given a policy decision. From the point of view of Uttarakhand, DLED course is running in total 13 DIETs in 13 districts in the state, in which only 650 students get admission every year.

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