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August 1, 2013 at 3:51 pm #69090AnonymousGuest
I am untrained Hons-Scale teacher. I have below 50% marks in graduation. If I do not get chance in ODL, then how can I pursue B.Ed?August 13, 2013 at 8:03 pm #78495AnonymousGuest
You will get chance in ODL, if your name is enlisted in NSOU, otherwise contact to your D.I.August 27, 2013 at 10:40 am #78582AnonymousGuest
It is notified by GOVT.through web and D.I.Offices that B.Ed in ODL mode is specially for upper primary and secondary teachers.Teachers of H.S.section are not included.
I am an assistant teacher appointed in H.S. Section on 27.08.2009 through S.S.C.
My H.M. and I also have repeatedly came across D.I.office several times but they have told that though any H.S.secton teacher took most of his classes in class 5 to class 8,he will not be eligible to undertake B.Ed in ODL.
But just imagine my condition that neither I possess 50% in either graduation or M.A. nor my name is enlisted in the ODL list due to being H.S. Section teacher.
D.I.office is repeatedly tellig that you have to pursue B.Ed in regular.But when they hears that who doesn’t have 50% ,he will not be able to apply for regular B.Ed course in any NCTE recognised university,they insisted on explaining that GOVT. will obviously think about us very soon.I was appointed in 27.08.2009.
I am about to complete my 5 years of continuous teaching and still I have not been able to undertake the course due to this biased,cruel decisions.
What will happen to my job ? Will it remain intact ?
And if it remains unhampered what all happen to my increment ?
Will there be any such provision in near future to pursue B.Ed course by H.S. Section. Teachers who doesn’teven possess 50%marks in graduation and M.A. simultaneously.
Is the Govt.really have any plans regarding this serious problem…
Or,If there is already any circular or G.O.regarding such problem,but we are all unaware about it ?
Please help me….Solve out my problem…Let me know the TRUTH in complete not partially….
Please…Please…..Please….August 27, 2013 at 11:50 am #78583AnonymousGuest
According to the instruction/ order of Act RTE-2009 , all the teachers of primary and upper primary shall have to trained between 31 st March, 2015.
To fulfill the criteria the Govt. has decided to improve the qualification ( Teachers’ Training) of such section, who are mainly engaged in primary and upper primary section by ODL mode.
When this target will fulfill, I think that the chance of the teachers of h.s. section, below 50 % of marks etc. may come. Other wise the Govt. must think about the teachers of h.s. section, below 50 % of marks etc. and their problems.
Please don’t worry. Thanks a lot.August 27, 2013 at 10:48 pm #78586AnonymousGuest
Who said teacher can not do BEd without 50%marks? Don’t you know NCTE amendment act 2010? KALYANI UNIVERSITY;NORTH BENGAL UNIVERSITY ARE TAKING ADMISSION of those teachers for the last 2year….September 1, 2013 at 9:53 am #78601AnonymousGuest
Are U sure that BELOW 50% teachers will get the chance to undergo B.Ed surely….?
What will b my status and my service’s status till then ?
If there is any rule of NCTE regarding THE TEACHERS below 50% ?September 1, 2013 at 1:31 pm #78602AnonymousGuest
Lots of below 50% teachers are doing BEd in kalyani and north bengal university…..for the last two years. You can check it out.September 1, 2013 at 1:33 pm #78603AnonymousGuest
Your status will b deputed…..September 2, 2013 at 9:38 am #78606AnonymousGuest
Are those universities (KALYANI & NORTH BENGAL) giving the chance to undergo B.Ed to the ” Below 50% teachers ” really ?
Is it legal & valid & NCTE approved ?
If it is valid,why other universities such as (BURDWAN,VIDYASAGAR,SIDHU KANU,CALCUTTA) are not giving chance to the deputed candidates to undergo the B.Ed course,below 50% ?
Why they are not following the NCTE amendment act 2010 which states that ” 50% is not a necessary eligibility for the deputed candidates employed before 2010 and they are allowed to pursue B.Ed in regular course ” ???September 2, 2013 at 1:31 pm #78607AnonymousGuest
Calcutta university gave chance below 50% teachers for admission this session. We can see their prospectus for admission. Other universities will b penalised if one goes to court.September 5, 2013 at 7:41 am #78619AnonymousGuest
Will Calcutta University give the chance to undergo the B.Ed course to the below 50% teachers also in the next session,I mean on 2013-2014 academic year…Please,can U assure me….September 5, 2013 at 3:55 pm #78625AnonymousGuest
We will be convinced if u go to sales counter college street campus.they will admit any teacher below 50% marks in the next session too
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