The Madhya Pradesh High Court, giving final time to the state government, directed it to file its response to the challenge of appointing B.Ed degree holders to the post of primary school teachers.
Publication date: Tue, Nov 21, 2023 10:59 PM (IST)
Date Updated: Tue Nov 21, 2023 10:59 PM (IST)
- The High Court gave a deadline and gave instructions to submit a reply under any circumstances.
- The case of contesting the appointment of graduate teachers to the position of classroom teacher
- D.El.Ed students challenged the 2018 appointments
Naiduniya Representative, Jabalpur. The High Court directed the state government to file a reply under all circumstances to the petitions challenging the appointment of graduate teachers to the post of primary school teachers. The high court gave a final deadline to the state government and directed that it has until next week to submit its reply. Administrative Judge Sheel Nagu and Justice Dev Narayan Mishra A pair of Peeths The court scheduled the next hearing for December 15.
D.El.Ed students contested the meetings
It is important to note that in the last hearing, the High Court said that if the state government does not respond, disciplinary action will be taken against the OIC. During the hearing on Tuesday, the state government sought additional time citing code of conduct and electoral duty. In fact, many D.El.Ed students have filed petitions in the High Court challenging the appointments made under the 2018 Primary Teacher Eligibility Test. Accordingly, now hundreds of candidates with B.Ed degree have also applied for intervention.
The NCTE notification was challenged. Dozens of D.El.Ed students from different districts of the state, including Rohit Chaudhary, a resident of Jabalpur, have filed a petition challenging the notification issued by NCTE on August 26, 2018, according to which the B.Sc. carriers are also considered eligible.
A prerequisite for teachers to attend a bridge course
Advocates Rameshwar Singh Thakur and Vinayak Prasad Shah, on behalf of the petitioners, said that this requirement for B.Ed degree holders was met that such teachers would have to undergo a bridging course within two years of appointment. It has been claimed that hundreds of BE degree holders have been named under the Primary Teacher Eligibility Test 2018 in the state, while NCTE is yet to determine the syllabus of the bridging course.