Haryana JBT, D.ELD Admission Start 2021-22, Eligibility Criteria & Last Date.

Haryana JBT, D.ELD Admission Start 2021-22, Eligibility Criteria & Last Date.

Relief: The state government gave information in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

Admission in DElEd in self finance private institutions from 01/10/2021

The state government has decided to release the admission process for Diploma in Elementary Education (DElEd) courses in self-financed private institutions from October 1. In this regard, the government has given information in the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Tuesday. Additional Advocate General Deepak Balyan on behalf of Haryana’s Primary Education Department Sent from the State Council of Educational Research and Training along with the schedule of admission process a letter was placed on record. According to this letter the admission process will start from October 1.

The government gave this information

The government told the High Court that notices have been issued in July/August 2024 in the adjoining states of Punjab, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh for admission to DElEd. But Haryana has started the process there. The petitioners had sent a demand letter to the Director State Council of Educational Research, Training and Education Minister on 29 July and 7 September to start the admission process in DElEd. This submission was made by the petitioner that the non-introduction of admission in DElEd by the Government is contrary to the NCTE Act 1993 and the rules made thereunder. Therefore, the High Court should issue directions to the government.

Petition was filed in High Court

The Association of NCTE Approved College Trusts had filed a petition in the High Court seeking a direction to the government to immediately start the admission process for the DElEd course for the session 2021-23. According to the petition, DElEd is a primary teacher’s course, also known as Junior Basic Training (JBT) teacher’s course. According to the petitioners, in accordance with the provisions of the NCTE Act 1993, the National Council for Teacher Education has framed rules, known as the National Council for Teacher Education.

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