PROS AND CONS : TWO YEAR B.ED. PROGRAMME FOR IN-SERVICE TEACHERS ON DEPUTATION BASIS INSTEAD OF ODL MODE BED WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WEST BENGAL ( INDIA )
Keywords:B.Ed., New Regulation-2014, NCERT & NCTE Curriculum & Constructive Knowledge
The present work deals with necessity or futility of implementation of Two years B.ED programme for In-service teachers in India . A Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) is an undergraduate professional degree which prepares students to work as a teacher in schools . Before NCTE regulations, 2014 , the duration of BEd programme was one year on regular mode and two years through distance mode , the teachers who have not done BEd , can go for the above said course after completion of two years of teaching but now all the teachers' training colleges affiliated to different universities in the state have switched over to two-year Bachelor of Education (BEd) course as per the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) regulations, 2014, from the current academic session itself. Colleges under different Universities will have common syllabi and uniform fee structure. In the present article , we try to find out the pros and cons over implementation of two year BEd programme for In-service Teachers on deputation basis instead of ODL mode BEd programme with special reference to West Bengal , India .
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