B.Ed Course: from 2-years to 4-years soon
B Ed Admission is here with the latest update regarding the B.Ed course changes (2-year b.ed course) which was announced on 1st Feb 2018 during the budget declaration. This also has been published in newspaper the information can be found here.
A big announcement was made by our Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley in the speech given by him for the Budget 2018 regarding the introduction of a 4-year Integrated Teacher Training Programme.
Now, it is officially confirmed via newspapers by NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) that the 2-year B.Ed course is going to be replaced by 4-year Integrated Teacher Training Programme from this coming session (2018).
Why the change?
As per HRD ministry, it is being done to make sure that only serious or interested students will opt to become a part of the teaching profession by making it similar to the B.Tech and MBBS programmes.
Who can apply?
The students after finishing class XII can apply for this 4-year Integrated Teacher Training Programme now.
The Big Question?
Though a good decision has been made by the centre government but the big question arise that what will become of those students who are either pursuing their graduation or has already completed it.
We are just hoping few years time will be provided for such students, so that they can fulfil their dreams of becoming a teacher otherwise they will only be left with 2 options i.e. either do the graduation again or make their career in different profession altogether.
B Ed Admission believes that admission for 2-year B.Ed. course will take place in 2018 session. According to the internal analysis conducted by our experts, 2-year B.Ed. course will be available for at least this session because:
- This change might create ‘Havoc’ among aspiring teachers. So, to subside that situation the Govt. will surely give time to those students who are either pursuing graduation or has already passed it.
- Also the Govt. can neither close the existing B.Ed. colleges nor they can upgrade them for new 4-year Integrated Programme all of a sudden.
Lets have our fingers crossed and hope for the best. This might be your last chance to fulfil your dream so get enrolled for 2018-20 session. We promise that if we are unable to get your admission done or the situation doesn’t go as predicted then B Ed Admission will refund the 100% of your registration fee paid.
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