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Government. To Honor Patna High Court order on NIOS D.EL.Ed Teachers

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Government. To Honor Patna High Court order on NIOS D.EL.Ed Teachers: HRD Minister: Government Will Respect Patna High Court Order On NIOS D.EL.Ed Teachers: Education Ministry. Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Thursday said the government would abide by the Patna High Court order issued on NIOS DEL.Ed teachers. The Minister was responding to the complaints of candidates who had qualified for the NIOS D.EL.Ed course during his interaction with teachers across the country through a webinar in New Delhi.

Govt. To Respect Patna High Court Order On NIOS D.EL.Ed Teacher: HRD Minister

Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank recently reiterated that the Central Government will honor the order of Patna High Court with NIOS DELD teachers. He was responding to complaints made by candidates passing the NIOS D.EL.Ed course, during a webinar #EducationMinisterGoesLive, during a conversation with teachers across the country.

The Patna High Court has quashed an order of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) saying that in-service teachers do not hold the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.) of the National Inaugural School (NIOS). Valid for regular recruitment as a primary school teacher.

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Government. To Honor Patna High Court order on NIOS D.EL.Ed Teachers

The online D.El.Ed. course was started from October 3, 2017 and as on March 2018, 13,78,979 untrained in-service teachers have confirmed admissions at NIOS portal.

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After completing the course, the NIOS D.El.Ed teachers, who have been left in the lurch after several recruitment agencies not included their qualification as an eligibility criterion, were fighting for their cause online and offline for parity with other teacher training programmes.

“MHRD to respect the orders of Honourable High Court of Patna issued with respect to NIOS DLEd teachers,” the minister said in his address.

In January this year, the Patna High Court passed the judgement in favour of the NIOS D.El.Ed. candidates and asked the Bihar government to consider their candidature for the teacher recruitment exam. The 18-month duration diploma obtained by these candidates was not considered eligible for teacher recruitment by various governments including Bihar.

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