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    If new teachers are being trained with basic qualification as Intermediate ,then quality of studies

    NDA government has made it compulsory for the government and private schools that from next academic year there must be DED qualified teachers and nothing less than that. For that the government has advised the present teachers with even Intermediate as their qualification to go for teacher training through NIOS and thus get qualified as trained teachers without loosing their present job. Can we expect good trained teachers with just Intermediate as their basic qualification and will that work out for future ?
  • #619525
    DED is for Intermediate qualified people only. B.Ed is for graduates. Earlier during the 1950s the students who passed 5th class are getting teacher training and getting placements as Higher grade teachers to teach only up to 5th class. Then Secondary grade training to people who passed SSLC. They are teaching up to 7th class. Then comes graduates and B.Ed to teach up to 10th class. Slowly this higher grade and secondary grade were discontinued and only B.Ed is continued. As such all graduated only are teaching to all classes. To get a number of teachers the government decided to revive that secondary grade training as DED. The course is of two years duration. They will be posted only in primary and upper primary schools only. These people can definitely do good in primary schools. Many private schools are appointing untrained teachers. To avoid this now the government is insisting to appoint only trained candidates.
    always confident

  • #619560
    But once they qualified as DED teachers, they are restricted to limited source of knowledge and that was my notion.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

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