In a bid to maintain the standard of B.Ed. courses in Bihar, NCTE has cancelled the accreditation of B.Ed. course at Rajendra Mishra College, Saharsa. About this, NCTE says, the college is failed to meet the standards of Building and Teachers and that’s why the college has been banned to take admissions in B.Ed. course from the next session. Against NCTE decision, the college administration has said to go to the High Court.
Dr. Anil Kant Mishra, The Principal of R.M. College, Sahara has said, Letter has been received from NCTE for withdrawal of B.Ed. course. Will go to court against NCTE decision.
10 Months ago, the NCTE had issued a notice regarding shortage of teachers in the B.Ed. department of the college. Responding to the same notice, the college appointed some teachers but none of them was passed the NET examination. Beside appointing teachers, The NCTE also ask the college to appoint a separate building for the B.Ed. course. However, the college administration said, the B.Ed. course was started in the old building at the behest of the Government. A map of the same building was also made available to the NCTE. Despite this, the council revoked the course recognition.
The College administration also urged NCTE to reconsider but they did not accept the request. Now, in the session 2020-21, as per the order of NCTE, there will be no enrolment in the B.Ed. course of the college. But the NCTE order will soon be challenged in the High Court. Those of you who don’t know, every year R.M. College enrols hundreds of students in the B.Ed. course.