High Court: Eligibility criteria for UP TET pass BEd degree holders


Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated Sat, 14 May 2022 12:33 AM IST

Summary

It was said in the court on behalf of the petitioner’s advocate Tanya Pandey that the Rajasthan High Court has set aside the order of NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) dated June 28, 2018, in which B.Ed degree holders are also considered eligible to teach in primary schools. has gone.

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The Allahabad High Court has stayed the issuance of eligibility certificates to B.Ed degree holders who have passed the UPTET. The court has sought information from the government in view of the decision of the Rajasthan High Court in the matter. Justice Siddhartha gave this order while hearing the petition of Prateek Mishra and four others.

It was said in the court on behalf of the petitioner’s advocate Tanya Pandey that the Rajasthan High Court has set aside the order of NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) dated June 28, 2018, in which B.Ed degree holders are also considered eligible to teach in primary schools. has gone. It was said that when the notification itself has been cancelled, the holders of B.Ed degree were no longer eligible to teach in primary schools. Therefore, the eligibility certificate of BEd degree holders who have passed TET 2021 should not be issued.

In view of the facts and circumstances, the court ordered not to issue eligibility certificates to BEd degree holders who qualify in TET 2021 till the next hearing. Along with this, the examination regulatory authority has been asked to give information. The court has fixed May 16 for hearing the matter.

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The Allahabad High Court has stayed the issuance of eligibility certificates to B.Ed degree holders who have passed the UPTET. The court has sought information from the government in view of the decision of the Rajasthan High Court in the matter. Justice Siddhartha gave this order while hearing the petition of Prateek Mishra and four others.

It was said in the court on behalf of the petitioner’s advocate Tanya Pandey that the Rajasthan High Court has set aside the order of NCTE (National Council for Teacher Education) dated June 28, 2018, in which B.Ed degree holders are also considered eligible to teach in primary schools. has gone. It was said that when the notification itself has been cancelled, the holders of B.Ed degree were no longer eligible to teach in primary schools. Therefore, the eligibility certificate of BEd degree holders who have passed TET 2021 should not be issued.

In view of the facts and circumstances, the court ordered not to issue eligibility certificates to BEd degree holders who qualify in TET 2021 till the next hearing. Along with this, the examination regulatory authority has been asked to give information. The court has fixed May 16 for hearing the matter.

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