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Q. Admission Policies and Organizational Problems and Constraints in in improving quality
of Teacher Education. Comment
Introduction:
The Teacher Education Policy in India has evolved over time and is based on
recommendations contained in various Reports of Committees/Commissions on Education, the
important ones being
 the Kothari Commission (1966),
 the Chattopadyay Committee (1985),
 the National Policy on Education (NPE 1986/92),
 Acharya Ramamurthi Committee (1990),
 Yashpal Committee (1993),
 the National Curriculum Framework (NCF, 2005).
 The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009, which became
operational from 1st April, 2010, has important implications for teacher education in the
country.
Within the federal structure of the country, while broad policy and legal framework on teacher
education is provided by the Central Government, implementation of various programmes and
schemes are undertaken largely by state governments. Within the broad objective of improving the
learning achievements of school children, the twin strategy is to
 prepare teachers for the school system (pre-service training).
 improve capacity of existing school teachers (in-service training).
For pre-service training, the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE), a statutory body of
the Central Government, is responsible for planned and coordinated development of teacher
education in the country.
The NCTE lays down norms and standards for various teacher education courses, minimum
qualifications for teacher educators, course and content and duration and minimum qualification
for entry of student-teachers for the various courses. It also grants recognition to institutions
(government, government-aided and self-financing) interested in undertaking such courses and has
in-built mechanism to regulate and monitor their standards and quality.
Following are the guidelines by NCTE for Admission to various Teacher Education
Program:
1. Pre-School Teacher Education Programme
 This programme is meant for the preparation of Pre-school teachers for teaching children
in the age group of 4-6 years. This will enable creation of cadre of teachers for pre-school
education of children. As pre-school education has not yet been integrated with the primary
school education and it is being run generally as private initiative, it needs to be recognised
as different from nursery teacher training which is for children for age group 4-8 years.
 Duration and Intake: The programme shall be of a duration of one academic year.There
shall be a unit of 50 students to ensure optimum utilisation of physical and instructional
infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff.
 Eligibility
i)Secondary Examination (Class X) or its equivalent.
ii)Admission shall be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying
examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the state government as per the
policy of the state government.
iii) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/Handicapped/Women etc., as per
the policy of the concerned state government.
2. Diploma Teacher Education Programme
The diploma teacher education programme is meant for preparing teachers for elementary
schools (primary and upper primary/middle).
The dioploma teacher education programme shall be of a duration of two academic years.
For effective curriculum transaction and for ensuring optimum utilisation of physical and
instructional infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff, there shall be be a unit of
50 students for intake each year.
Eligibility
a) Candidates with at least 45% marks in the senior secondary examination (+2), or its equivalent,
are eligible for admission.
b) Admission should be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination
or in the entrance examination conducted by the State Government, as per the policy of the
State Government.
c) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc. as per the rules
of the concerned State Government.
3. Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed).
Duration of the Course
(a) The integrated Elementary Teacher Education Degree Programme, henceforth, called the
Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed.), shall be of a minimum duration of four
academic years, including an Internship of a minimum of 16 working weeks in the
fourth/final year of study.
(b) Candidates admitted in this Programme shall complete the final year examination within
6 years from the year of admission.
Admission Criteria
(a) Candidates seeking admission to the four-year degree programme in Teacher Education
shall have to qualify in the prescribed Centralised Entrance Test (CET), especially
designed to assess the candidate’s potential.
Reservation of seats may be provided in accordance with the constitutional/ legislative
provisions.
(b) Qualification for admission
(i) The minimum qualification for admission to the B.EI.Ed. shall be a pass in the 10+2
Senior Secondary Examination or any other examination recognised as equivalent thereto
with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks.
(ii) Candidate seeking admission to this programme must have completed the age of 17 years
on or before the commencement of admission as per University Calendar.
4. Secondary Teacher Education Programme (B.Ed.)
The secondary teacher education programme, commonly known as B.Ed., is meant
for preparing teachers for secondary/senior secondary schools.
Duration and Intake
a) The B.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of at least one academic year.
b) There shall be a unit of 100 students for ensuring optimum utilisation of physical
and instructional infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff. Division into
appropriate batches may be done at the institutional level for effective curriculum
transaction.
Eligibility
a) Candidates with at least 45% marks in the Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree with at
least two school subjects at the graduation level are eligible for admission.
b) Admission should be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the
qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the
University/State Government, as per the policy of the State
Government/University, to which the institution is affiliated.
c)There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc.
as per the rules of the concerned State Government.
5. Master of Education Programme (M.Ed.)
The Master of Education (M.Ed.) programme, which may be general or specialised,
is meant for candidates desirous of pursuing post-graduate programme in teacher
education, on full-time basis, and for preparing a professional cadre of teacher
educators.
Only University Departments or institutions running B.Ed. programme are eligible
to offer M.Ed. course.
Duration and Intake
a) The M.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of one academic year, after B.Ed.
b) The intake of students shall not exceed 40.
Eligibility
a) Candidates who have obtained at least 55% in the B.Ed. Degree , are eligible for
admission.
b) Admission shall be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying
examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the University/State
Government, as per the policy of the State Government/University, to which the
institution is affiliated.
c) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc.
as per the rules of the State/Central Government as the case may be.
Organizational Problems and Constraints in improving quality of Teacher education
Comment:
Intro:
According to the Government of India estimates while 82 per cent of the 20 crore children of the
5-14 age group were in school as per enrolment, nearly 50 per cent of these children drop out
before completing class VIII. In order that every child is included into the education process the
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was passed in 2002. To envision this
Act into reality, India needs 10,00,000 new teachers to be trained every year for the next 15 years,
such that every Indian child receives basic education by 2030.
 Gap between demand and supply:
To meet this growing demand, there has been an unprecedented expansion of teacher education
institutions and programmes during the past few years characterizes the teacher education
scenario of today. With increasing school enrolments and the launch of pan- Indian primary
education development programmes such as the SSA (2002) to achieve UEE, the Operation
Blackboard (OB) 1986, and the District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) 1995, there
was an increase in the demand for teachers.
 Backlog of untrained teachers:
There is backlog of nearly 33% of in-service teachers not having qualifications are per NCTE
guideline within the system and the essential requirement of pre-service teacher certification
for appointment as a teacher has led to mounting pressure on existing institutional capacity.
 Variation in Teacher Education Programs at different levels, lack of consistency and
uniformity of execution
The number of courses offered at different stages – pre-primary, elementary and secondary – face-
to-face and distance modes of teacher education; programmes of M.Ed, face-to-face and distance
modes, C.P.Ed., B.P.Ed. and M.P. Ed. have increased from 3,489 courses in 3,199 institutions in
March, 2004 to a whopping 14,428 courses in 11,861 institutions in March 2009. The student
intake has likewise increased from 2,74,072 to 10,96,673 during this period. This expansion has
taken a heavy toll on quality parameters of infrastructural provision, faculty qualification, learning
resources and student profile.
Till December 2009, as many as 31 Institutes of Advanced Studies in Education (IASEs) and 104
Colleges of Teacher Education (CTEs) were sanctioned and all of these were functional. Of the
599 districts in the country, District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs) were set up in
571 districts, of which only 529 are functional. Thus, 42 DIETs are yet to become functional.
 Non-availability of qualified faculty.
Presently, the faculty appointed does not possess qualifications or experience in elementary
teacher education. A good number of CTEs face faculty shortage, poor library facilities, spend
more time on initial teacher education while research, development and innovative activities
are yet to take concrete shape. The same is the case with IASEs. The capacity of both CTEs
and IASEs in performing their mandated roles has more recently come under serious scrutiny.
 School teaching not being a preferred option among students and the dilution of emphasis on
public investment in initial teacher education.
Post 1990s, the dilution of emphasis on public investment in initial teacher education, has led
to a large scale recruitment of unqualified and under-qualified persons in the formal school
system. Growth of IT and MNC has made School teaching not a preferred option among
students especially in Urban India.
 An attitude of resignation
An attitude of resignation towards initial teacher education and piecemeal in-service training
courses have become an integral part of state provisioning for elementary education. This has
led to further degradation of the status of school teachers and diluted the identity of teacher as
a professional.
 Divide between pre-service and in-service teacher education.
Major initiatives during the mid-1990s including the DPEP were focussed only on in-service
training of teachers. This has accentuated the divide between pre-service and in-service teacher
education. School teachers continue to be isolated from centres of higher learning and their
professional development needs remain unaddressed.
 Non-teaching official duties
Absence/ Leave due to Non-teaching official duties such as election-related responsibilities
should not be allowed to interfere with the teaching process. Forums that allow and encourage
teachers to exchange ideas, information and experiences including a web-based portal should
be developed. At the same time, there should be transparent systems for ensuring
accountability of school teachers.
 Poor Management of Teacher Training Institution
The training of teachers is a major area of concern at present as both pre-service and in-service
training of school teachers are extremely inadequate and poorly managed in most states. Pre-
service training needs to be improved and differently regulated both in public and private
institutions, while systems for in-service training require expansion and major reform that
allow for greater flexibility.
 Variation in the status of teachers
It is important to develop a broad framework that can address some of the crucial issues
common to teacher education across different levels with a view to enable states to respond to
needs specific to their contexts.
 Commercialization of Teacher Education
State institutions, university-based institutions and private institutions that provide teacher
Education have grown enormously in number in the recent past, contributing to the
commercialization of the process of teacher education. With the demand far exceeding supply,
market forces have taken over causing unprecedented rise in the number of teacher education
institutions in most parts of the country. The escalating demand for trained teachers and the belief
that a training certificate acts as collateral against future unemployment has made teacher
education a lucrative business proposition. It has also led to a large scale mushrooming of teacher
education institutions.
Conclusion:
The National Knowledge Commission (NKC) has observed that teachers are the single most
important element of the school system and the country is already facing a severe shortage of
qualified and motivated school teachers at different levels. It is urgent to restore the dignity of
school teaching as a profession and provide more incentives for qualified and committed teachers.

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M.Ed Teacher Eduction's Topic -Admission policies to teacher education & problems constraint

  • 1. Q. Admission Policies and Organizational Problems and Constraints in in improving quality of Teacher Education. Comment Introduction: The Teacher Education Policy in India has evolved over time and is based on recommendations contained in various Reports of Committees/Commissions on Education, the important ones being  the Kothari Commission (1966),  the Chattopadyay Committee (1985),  the National Policy on Education (NPE 1986/92),  Acharya Ramamurthi Committee (1990),  Yashpal Committee (1993),  the National Curriculum Framework (NCF, 2005).  The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009, which became operational from 1st April, 2010, has important implications for teacher education in the country. Within the federal structure of the country, while broad policy and legal framework on teacher education is provided by the Central Government, implementation of various programmes and schemes are undertaken largely by state governments. Within the broad objective of improving the learning achievements of school children, the twin strategy is to  prepare teachers for the school system (pre-service training).  improve capacity of existing school teachers (in-service training). For pre-service training, the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE), a statutory body of the Central Government, is responsible for planned and coordinated development of teacher education in the country. The NCTE lays down norms and standards for various teacher education courses, minimum qualifications for teacher educators, course and content and duration and minimum qualification for entry of student-teachers for the various courses. It also grants recognition to institutions (government, government-aided and self-financing) interested in undertaking such courses and has in-built mechanism to regulate and monitor their standards and quality. Following are the guidelines by NCTE for Admission to various Teacher Education Program: 1. Pre-School Teacher Education Programme  This programme is meant for the preparation of Pre-school teachers for teaching children in the age group of 4-6 years. This will enable creation of cadre of teachers for pre-school education of children. As pre-school education has not yet been integrated with the primary school education and it is being run generally as private initiative, it needs to be recognised as different from nursery teacher training which is for children for age group 4-8 years.
  • 2.  Duration and Intake: The programme shall be of a duration of one academic year.There shall be a unit of 50 students to ensure optimum utilisation of physical and instructional infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff.  Eligibility i)Secondary Examination (Class X) or its equivalent. ii)Admission shall be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the state government as per the policy of the state government. iii) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC/Handicapped/Women etc., as per the policy of the concerned state government. 2. Diploma Teacher Education Programme The diploma teacher education programme is meant for preparing teachers for elementary schools (primary and upper primary/middle). The dioploma teacher education programme shall be of a duration of two academic years. For effective curriculum transaction and for ensuring optimum utilisation of physical and instructional infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff, there shall be be a unit of 50 students for intake each year. Eligibility a) Candidates with at least 45% marks in the senior secondary examination (+2), or its equivalent, are eligible for admission. b) Admission should be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the State Government, as per the policy of the State Government. c) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc. as per the rules of the concerned State Government. 3. Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed). Duration of the Course (a) The integrated Elementary Teacher Education Degree Programme, henceforth, called the Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.EI.Ed.), shall be of a minimum duration of four academic years, including an Internship of a minimum of 16 working weeks in the fourth/final year of study. (b) Candidates admitted in this Programme shall complete the final year examination within 6 years from the year of admission. Admission Criteria
  • 3. (a) Candidates seeking admission to the four-year degree programme in Teacher Education shall have to qualify in the prescribed Centralised Entrance Test (CET), especially designed to assess the candidate’s potential. Reservation of seats may be provided in accordance with the constitutional/ legislative provisions. (b) Qualification for admission (i) The minimum qualification for admission to the B.EI.Ed. shall be a pass in the 10+2 Senior Secondary Examination or any other examination recognised as equivalent thereto with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks. (ii) Candidate seeking admission to this programme must have completed the age of 17 years on or before the commencement of admission as per University Calendar. 4. Secondary Teacher Education Programme (B.Ed.) The secondary teacher education programme, commonly known as B.Ed., is meant for preparing teachers for secondary/senior secondary schools. Duration and Intake a) The B.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of at least one academic year. b) There shall be a unit of 100 students for ensuring optimum utilisation of physical and instructional infrastructure and expertise of the teaching staff. Division into appropriate batches may be done at the institutional level for effective curriculum transaction. Eligibility a) Candidates with at least 45% marks in the Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree with at least two school subjects at the graduation level are eligible for admission. b) Admission should be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the University/State Government, as per the policy of the State Government/University, to which the institution is affiliated. c)There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc. as per the rules of the concerned State Government. 5. Master of Education Programme (M.Ed.) The Master of Education (M.Ed.) programme, which may be general or specialised, is meant for candidates desirous of pursuing post-graduate programme in teacher education, on full-time basis, and for preparing a professional cadre of teacher educators. Only University Departments or institutions running B.Ed. programme are eligible to offer M.Ed. course. Duration and Intake
  • 4. a) The M.Ed. programme shall be of a duration of one academic year, after B.Ed. b) The intake of students shall not exceed 40. Eligibility a) Candidates who have obtained at least 55% in the B.Ed. Degree , are eligible for admission. b) Admission shall be made either on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination or in the entrance examination conducted by the University/State Government, as per the policy of the State Government/University, to which the institution is affiliated. c) There shall be reservation of seats for SC/ST/OBC, Handicapped, Women, etc. as per the rules of the State/Central Government as the case may be. Organizational Problems and Constraints in improving quality of Teacher education Comment: Intro: According to the Government of India estimates while 82 per cent of the 20 crore children of the 5-14 age group were in school as per enrolment, nearly 50 per cent of these children drop out before completing class VIII. In order that every child is included into the education process the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was passed in 2002. To envision this Act into reality, India needs 10,00,000 new teachers to be trained every year for the next 15 years, such that every Indian child receives basic education by 2030.  Gap between demand and supply: To meet this growing demand, there has been an unprecedented expansion of teacher education institutions and programmes during the past few years characterizes the teacher education scenario of today. With increasing school enrolments and the launch of pan- Indian primary education development programmes such as the SSA (2002) to achieve UEE, the Operation Blackboard (OB) 1986, and the District Primary Education Programme (DPEP) 1995, there was an increase in the demand for teachers.  Backlog of untrained teachers: There is backlog of nearly 33% of in-service teachers not having qualifications are per NCTE guideline within the system and the essential requirement of pre-service teacher certification for appointment as a teacher has led to mounting pressure on existing institutional capacity.  Variation in Teacher Education Programs at different levels, lack of consistency and uniformity of execution
  • 5. The number of courses offered at different stages – pre-primary, elementary and secondary – face- to-face and distance modes of teacher education; programmes of M.Ed, face-to-face and distance modes, C.P.Ed., B.P.Ed. and M.P. Ed. have increased from 3,489 courses in 3,199 institutions in March, 2004 to a whopping 14,428 courses in 11,861 institutions in March 2009. The student intake has likewise increased from 2,74,072 to 10,96,673 during this period. This expansion has taken a heavy toll on quality parameters of infrastructural provision, faculty qualification, learning resources and student profile. Till December 2009, as many as 31 Institutes of Advanced Studies in Education (IASEs) and 104 Colleges of Teacher Education (CTEs) were sanctioned and all of these were functional. Of the 599 districts in the country, District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs) were set up in 571 districts, of which only 529 are functional. Thus, 42 DIETs are yet to become functional.  Non-availability of qualified faculty. Presently, the faculty appointed does not possess qualifications or experience in elementary teacher education. A good number of CTEs face faculty shortage, poor library facilities, spend more time on initial teacher education while research, development and innovative activities are yet to take concrete shape. The same is the case with IASEs. The capacity of both CTEs and IASEs in performing their mandated roles has more recently come under serious scrutiny.  School teaching not being a preferred option among students and the dilution of emphasis on public investment in initial teacher education. Post 1990s, the dilution of emphasis on public investment in initial teacher education, has led to a large scale recruitment of unqualified and under-qualified persons in the formal school system. Growth of IT and MNC has made School teaching not a preferred option among students especially in Urban India.  An attitude of resignation An attitude of resignation towards initial teacher education and piecemeal in-service training courses have become an integral part of state provisioning for elementary education. This has led to further degradation of the status of school teachers and diluted the identity of teacher as a professional.  Divide between pre-service and in-service teacher education. Major initiatives during the mid-1990s including the DPEP were focussed only on in-service training of teachers. This has accentuated the divide between pre-service and in-service teacher education. School teachers continue to be isolated from centres of higher learning and their professional development needs remain unaddressed.
  • 6.  Non-teaching official duties Absence/ Leave due to Non-teaching official duties such as election-related responsibilities should not be allowed to interfere with the teaching process. Forums that allow and encourage teachers to exchange ideas, information and experiences including a web-based portal should be developed. At the same time, there should be transparent systems for ensuring accountability of school teachers.  Poor Management of Teacher Training Institution The training of teachers is a major area of concern at present as both pre-service and in-service training of school teachers are extremely inadequate and poorly managed in most states. Pre- service training needs to be improved and differently regulated both in public and private institutions, while systems for in-service training require expansion and major reform that allow for greater flexibility.  Variation in the status of teachers It is important to develop a broad framework that can address some of the crucial issues common to teacher education across different levels with a view to enable states to respond to needs specific to their contexts.  Commercialization of Teacher Education State institutions, university-based institutions and private institutions that provide teacher Education have grown enormously in number in the recent past, contributing to the commercialization of the process of teacher education. With the demand far exceeding supply, market forces have taken over causing unprecedented rise in the number of teacher education institutions in most parts of the country. The escalating demand for trained teachers and the belief that a training certificate acts as collateral against future unemployment has made teacher education a lucrative business proposition. It has also led to a large scale mushrooming of teacher education institutions. Conclusion: The National Knowledge Commission (NKC) has observed that teachers are the single most important element of the school system and the country is already facing a severe shortage of qualified and motivated school teachers at different levels. It is urgent to restore the dignity of school teaching as a profession and provide more incentives for qualified and committed teachers.