88 B.Ed colleges excluded from online admission process 2021
NEW DELHI [Maha Media]: After failing to follow NCTE guidelines and fee regulation from AFRC, a total of 88 B.Ed colleges have been denied to include in admission 2021.
Department of Higher Education (DHE) has excluded around 10,000 seats of 88 colleges for session 2021-22. This year admission in B.Ed colleges will be held against 53,000 seats.
However, department has provided chance to the college for fulfilling norms of National Council for Teachers’ Education (NCTE) and decide their fee by Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (AFRC) so that college participate the admission counselling from second phase.
First round of counselling for admission in B.Ed and other NCTEA affiliated programme has begun on August 1. AFRC has also started fee regulation process of colleges after receiving their application.
DHE has found 1,264 colleges as per parameters due to which they have been included in first round of online counselling. For current session, DHE received 54 new proposals out of which 35 were approved. Proposals of 19 colleges were rejected. In Bhopal there were proposal for ten colleges out of which four were rejected and 6 were approved. Higher Education Department has started online counselling for traditional courses.
Colleges that have failed to get final nod for counselling have been asked to prepare their profile after getting approvals and then they will be allowed to participate the counselling from second round.