Bangalore College has determined to not renew affiliation of eight B.Ed. faculties within the metropolis for the 2020-21 tutorial yr. The college took this determination after the Nationwide Council for Trainer Training (NCTE) withdrew its recognition of those faculties.
BU registrar Okay. Jyothi issued a notice earlier this week stating that college students had been suggested to not take admission in these faculties. “In case they get admitted, the college isn’t answerable for the admissions,” the notice said.
The admissions for the 2020-21 tutorial yr have been delayed as a result of COVID 19 pandemic.
Sources mentioned that the universities misplaced the popularity as they didn’t have sufficient infrastructure or certified lecturers. Lots of the faculties had allegedly produced pretend or false certificates to get recognition from NCTE, and the council had taken notice of those discrepancies.
The college determined to concern this discover as many of those faculties proceed to enrol college students regardless of shedding recognition from NCTE. In response to sources, the establishments proceed to lure college students to join their programmes.
“On their web sites, many proceed to assert that they’re affiliated to BU and are recognised by NCTE. Though B.Ed. is a full-time two-year course, many of those faculties inform college students, significantly these from different States, that they’ll pursue this programme with out attending the lessons and might acquire their diploma by simply showing for the examinations,” a senior professor of BU mentioned.