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New B.Ed Regulation

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  • #70354
    Anonymous

    in which subject a student of nutrition can do b.ed in the new 2 years b.ed curriculum? in the new curriculum there is no method paper in NUTRITION. IS IT POSSIBLE for a teacher doing b.ed in deputation in the current year in a private HIGH expensive institution to leave the course and start a fresh 2 year b.ed course in a less expensive govt b.ed institution in the next academic session due to financial problem. IS IT POSSIBLE for a student of NUTRITION to do B.ED in any other subject mentioned in the NEW 2 years uniform b.ed curriculum. IN the private institution mentioned above one has to get admitted in the 2 year b.ed course by giving 75 thousand .PLEASE PLEASE REPLY SOON ITS VERY URGENT.

    #81405
    Anonymous

    Acquiring the B.Ed. training in the concerned subject (method paper) is not mandatory. It can also be done in any of the subjects of the group of that a concerned teacher is appointed in. One can do it with a subject that belongs to the group of the subject. Follow the link for the concerned G.O.: Incremental Benefits after Training of School Teacher – WBXPress (Point 2 (c) )
    No, current Deputation Rules do not allow a teacher to do that. Once approved to acquire B.Ed. on deputation, one must pass the final exam (Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School) unless one fails to do that on health issues (Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School), or won’t be allowed deputation next time round.

    #81407
    Anonymous
    sourishjal, post: 15679, member: 2973 wrote:
    Acquiring the B.Ed. training in the concerned subject (method paper) is not mandatory. It can also be done in any of the subjects of the group of that a concerned teacher is appointed in. One can do it with a subject that belongs to the group of the subject. Follow the link for the concerned G.O.: Incremental Benefits after Training of School Teacher – WBXPress (Point 2 (c) )
    No, current Deputation Rules do not allow a teacher to do that. Once approved to acquire B.Ed. on deputation, one must pass the final exam (Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School) unless one fails to do that on health issues (Signing of Bond before going for B. Ed. Training from School), or won’t be allowed deputation next time round.

    THANKS A LOT. but if a teacher fails in the 1st year of the b.ed course or sight health problem in matter of continuing b.ed course can he/she be permitted to get fresh resolution to get admitted in the b.ed course in the next academic session

    #81409
    Anonymous
    suva, post: 15681, member: 5428 wrote:
    THANKS A LOT. but if a teacher fails in the 1st year of the b.ed course or sight health problem in matter of continuing b.ed course can he/she be permitted to get fresh resolution to get admitted in the b.ed course in the next academic session

    it is also heard that from next year b.ed will be again 1 year duration course . IS THERE ANY VALIDITY OF THIS NEWS. PLEASE REPLY SOON ITS VERY URGENT.

    #81410
    Anonymous
    suva, post: 15681, member: 5428 wrote:
    THANKS A LOT. but if a teacher fails in the 1st year of the b.ed course or sight health problem in matter of continuing b.ed course can he/she be permitted to get fresh resolution to get admitted in the b.ed course in the next academic session

    Yes. As per Memo No: 982 SC/G, dt. 07.03.1968 one can be allowed to do the said course on health issues or on unavoidable circumstances.

    #81411
    Anonymous
    suva, post: 15683, member: 5428 wrote:
    it is also heard that from next year b.ed will be again 1 year duration course . IS THERE ANY VALIDITY OF THIS NEWS. PLEASE REPLY SOON ITS VERY URGENT.

    As of now, no news as to the reimplementation of 1 year B.Ed. course has been authenticated.

    #81420
    Anonymous
    sourishjal, post: 15685, member: 2973 wrote:
    As of now, no news as to the reimplementation of 1 year B.Ed. course has been authenticated.

    THANKS A LOT. can u upload the memo

    #81424
    Anonymous
    suva, post: 15694, member: 5428 wrote:
    THANKS A LOT. can u upload the memo

    Here is the G.O. Go to Eligibility and then follow last the sentence of Clause (2).

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