B.Ed : The will also be made mandatory in the recruitment of spokesperson in government and non-government aided schools. National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) to apply qualifications in secondary school teacher recruitment
B.Ed will also be made mandatory in the recruitment of spokesperson in government and non-government aided schools.The churning has intensified at the government level to implement the qualification of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) in secondary school teacher recruitment.In this regard, a high level meeting is going to be held in the government on Wednesday.
NCTE in its notification dated 16th December 2014 had made B.Ed with minimum 50 percent marks mandatory for the recruitment of spokesperson.
In Kendriya Vidyalayas also, B.Ed qualification is mandatory in PGT (Spokesman) recruitment.But almost eight years after the release of the NCTE notification, the spokesperson recruitment of state schools in UP by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission and the spokesperson (PGT) in secondary schools aided by the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Service Selection Board. B.Ed is not mandatory in recruitment.For this, amendments are being made in the rules of both the recruitments.It is worth mentioning that B.Ed is an essential qualification in Assistant Teacher (Trained Graduate or LT Grade Recruitment).
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