Patna Women’s College’s will take admission in B.Ed course this year. Students can choose this college in the spot round. Admission has begun in B.Ed course under the Spot Round from June 12.
Significantly, the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has approved the college’s B.Ed course. Dr. SP Sinha, Registrar of Nedal Officer and the Nalanda Open University of BEd CET informed that since the recognition of the BEd course of the college has been restored and the spat round has started now. In this case, the college will be included in enrollment. 50% of the college seats will be reserved for students of the Christian community.
The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has restored recognition of the BEd course run by the education department of Patna Women’s College (PWC). It has, however, derecognized the B.Ed programmes of Government Teachers’ Training College-Samastipur and Dr Jagannath Mishra College-Muzaffarpur.
As many as 14 colleges, including PWC’s education department, had been derecognized in April. PWC reportedly had only nine teachers for the BEd course against the mandatory requirement of 16. “We had not furnished our reply in the prescribed format,” said the principal.
This time, Government Teachers’ Training College has been derecognized because it did not furnish the required information regarding the strength of teachers. It sent a list of only nine teachers against the requirement of 16. Similarly, the Muzaffarpur college failed to reply to the queries of the NCTE.