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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Deputation of Teachers in B.ED Colleges



My young friends are seriously annoyed over the spreading news that they cannot be able to undergo B.ED on deputation. The root lies in these orders issued by Mr. V.Sen PS to SED & Brata Kr. Basu, AS, HED 

Just go through the orders and start a discussion here by posting comments... 

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Government of West Bengal
Higher Education Department
University Branch
Bikash Bhavan, Salt Lake, KoIkata- 91


No. 234(14)- Edn(U)/1U-23/12 Dated, Kolkata,            The 16th March, 2012

From: Shri Brata Kumar Das, Assistant Secretary to the Government of West Bengal.

To: The Vice-Chancellor, ....Calcutta...... University
Subject: Permission for doing B.Ed Training for deputed Teachers having below 50% marks.

Sir,

In forwarding herewith a copy of the Gazette of India bearing No. F No. 51 -1/2009/NCTE (N & S) dtd. 23.07.2010, I am directed to say that the requirement of fifty percent marks shall not apply for persons appointed as teachers prior to the commencement of the National Council for Teacher Education (Regulations Norms and procedure) Second Amendment Regulations, 2010 as laid down at para 8(i) of the aforesaid gazette and to request you to take necessary action accordingly.

Yours faithfully,
Sd/-
Assistant Secretary.



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Government of West Bengal
School Education Department
Bikash Bhawan, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700 091


No. : 232-SE (Pry)/PTTI-7/2011, dated 16.03.2012

From: V. Sen, Principal Secretary to the School Education.
To: Satish Chandra Tewari, Principal Secretary, Higher Education Department, Govt. of West Bengal.

Ref : This Deptt. No. 795-SE (Pry)/ PTTI-7/2011 dated 08.12.2011

Sir,

I would like to draw your kind attention as to the issue of training of untrained teachers which, you might be aware, is a burning problem of our State. This Deptt’s letter as above may kindly be recalled in this connection also (copy enclosed). We have already come in touch with West Bengal Board of Primary Education (WBBPE), National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) for imparting teacher training (2yrs Diploma in Elementary Education Course) to about 75000 untrained Pry. School Teachers through Open & Distance Learning (ODL) mode. But this Deptt. is not in the know as to the arrangement done in respect of training of untrained teachers attached to Upper Pry /Secondary schools. The number of such teachers is not very small. More or less they are 17000 in number.

As per stipulations of RTE, Act training of all such teachers is to be completed by 31.03.2015 from NCTE recognised Institutes. Now 3 (three) years are left in our hand only within which all backlog trainings are to be completed. A very good number of B.Ed. colleges are functioning in our State under your control and all of them are certainly NCTE recognised. It would be very much convenient if all the in-service untrained Upper Pry./Secondary teachers are covered through these institutions through ODL mode without disturbing their normal activities. You must appreciate that by such process of training through ODL mode we shall be able to make more rooms for freshers in regular B.Ed. Course which will be very helpful as to the availability of more number of trained teachers during future recruitments. It is mentionable in this connection that as per NCTE’s Regulations we are not permitted to recruit any untrained teacher after 31.03.2014.

Under this circumstance may I request you to kindly let this Deptt. know as to the actions initialed by you regarding training of untrained Upper Pry./ Secondary School teachers.

Yours faithfully,
Sd/-Principal Secretary.



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Government of West Bengal
Higher Education Department
University Branch
Bikash Bhavan, Salt Lake, Kolkata - 91


No. 456(14)-Edn(U)/1U-23/12, Dated, Kolkata, the 11th May, 2012.

From: Shri Brata Kumar Das, Assistant Secretary to the Government of West Bengal.

To: The Registrar, ............... University.
Sub: Permission for doing B. Ed. Training for deputed School Teachers.

Sir / Madam,

In continuation of this Department’s letter No. 234(14)-Edn(U) dated 16.03.2012 and enclosing memo no. 232-SE(Pry)/PTTI-7/2011 dated 16.03.2012 received from the Principal Secretary, School Education Department, I am directed to inform you that the guidelines as mentioned in para 8 of NCTE (Regulations Norms and Procedure) Second Amendment Regulations, 2010 are applicable only in the cases of getting B. Ed. Degree under Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode as per conditions laid down below :-

1. Graduation or Post-Graduation with fifty percent marks, Provided that the requirement of 50 % marks shall not apply to persons appointed as teachers prior to the commencement of the NCTE (Regulations Norms and Procedure) Second Amendment Regulations, 2010.

2. Two years’ teaching experience in a Govt, or Govt, recognized school.

3. A State University will admit only those candidates who are working in schools located in the territorial jurisdiction assigned to it by the University Act.

Against this backdrop your attention is invited to second para of the memo no. 232- SE(Pry)/PTTI-7/2011 dated 16.03.2012 wherein the School Education Department has requested this Department to cover all the in-service untrained Upper Primary / Secondary teachers through B. Ed. Colleges (NCTE recognized) of this state through Open and Distance Learning (ODL) mode so that their normal activities are not disturbed.

You are, therefore, requested to send suitable instructions to all the B. Ed. Colleges (NCTE recognized) affiliated to your University for admitting in-service untrained Upper Primary / Secondary teachers though ODL Mode, without disturbing their normal activities.

Yours faithfully,
Sd/- Brata Kumar Das
Assistant Secretary.

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