B.Ed to become a school teacher. Not mandatory
B.Ed to teach primary classes. This is reinforced by the National Council for Teaching Education (NCTE) which has said that qualified candidates must complete one teaching-related course within two years of appointment if selected. This decision has nothing to do
with the Right to Education Act, which is designed to provide free, compulsory and quality education to children. B.Ed to become a primary school teacher. Supreme Court quashed the notification issued by NCTE on June 28, 2018 that should be fixed as a qualification.
Teachers need teaching skills: Government has violated the constitution and laws by prescribing B.Ed as qualification to become a primary school teacher. Teaching skills are very important as far as teachers are
concerned. B.Ed. The justification given by the government for prescribing it as a qualification is that it is a superior qualification. The Supreme Court said that even though it was considered a policy decision, it was not the right move.
Supreme Court abolished B.ED compulsory
New Delhi: The Supreme Court quashed the notification issued by the Central Government on June 28 making BED qualification mandatory for primary school teachers.
This conclusion is illogical. It is a violation of the constitution and law that the government has fixed the qualification of B.ED. The only justification given by the government for fixing the B.ED qualification is that it is a
higher qualification. The bench opined that although this is a policy decision, it is not adequate for the primary school level. The Right to Education Act, which is designed to provide free, compulsory and quality education to children, has
nothing to do with the need for teachers to have a B.ED degree and for primary class teaching B.A bench comprising Justices Aniruddha Bose and Sudhanshu Dhulia opined that ED qualification is not necessary