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Qualified but Excluded: BED and DLED Graduates Speak Out Against National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Teachers Rule

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2 Lakh BED and DLED Graduates Barred from Jharkhand Teacher Recruitment

Ranchi, July 21: In a recent development, approximately 2 lakh candidates holding qualifications in Bachelor of Education (BED) and Diploma in Elementary Education (DLED) will not be allowed to participate in the upcoming teacher recruitment drive in Jharkhand.

The state government has taken the decision to exclusively recruit teachers based on their performance in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test for Teachers. Consequently, candidates possessing BED or DLED credentials but lacking a National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Testqualification will be deemed ineligible to apply for teaching positions.

The decision has sparked vehement protests from associations representing BED and DLED teachers. They argue that this move by the government is unjust and will deprive thousands of qualified educators of their opportunities for employment.

Defending its stance, the government asserts that National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test is the only impartial criterion for selecting teachers. According to them, the level of BED and DLED courses does not match the standards set by National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test, and candidates who have passed National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test are better suited and qualified for teaching roles.

Nevertheless, this decision has raised serious concerns about the future of BED and DLED courses. By prohibiting candidates with these qualifications from participating in teacher recruitment, the demand for these programs is expected to dwindle, potentially leading to the closure of numerous BED and DLED colleges across the state.

As per government statements, the decision will be reviewed once the teacher recruitment process concludes, although it remains uncertain whether any changes will be made.

In the interim, the BED and DLED teachers’ associations are vowing to continue their protests against the government’s decision. They firmly declare that they will not allow the government to deny thousands of qualified teachers the chance to secure employment.

some possible implications of the decision:

  • The decision could lead to the closure of many BED and DLED colleges in the state.
  • The demand for BED and DLED courses could decline.
  • The quality of education in government schools could suffer.
  • The government could face legal challenges from the BED and DLED teachers’ associations.

some possible reactions to the decision:

  • The BED and DLED teachers’ associations could continue to protest against the decision.
  • The government could face legal challenges from the BED and DLED teachers’ associations.
  • The public could demand that the government reconsider the decision.
  • The government could change the decision after the teacher recruitment is over.

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