(NCTE) introduces Special Education course for B.Ed & M.Ed:- Today We Sharing Wtj You Latest News From Education The News Is National Council For Traning For teacer Eduacation Introduce Special Education Course For B.ED And M.ED. In January this year, the NCTE decided to go back to the two year format for B.Ed and M.Ed, starting from the 2015-16 academic year. In accordance with this change, the RCI has agreed to increase the duration of special education courses from one year to two years. “The National Council for Teachers Education is working on a refresher programme. This is being done to ensure that teachers are navigated through a huge maze of knowledge and information developing in this fast changing world,” School Education Secretary Vrinda Sarup said at an event today.
Government to start refresher courses for teachers
Government to start refresher courses for teachers A special committee has been set up by NCTE and RCI for this purpose. Headed by Professor N.K. Jangira, of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), this committee will prepare the curriculum for the two years’ special education course. It will also put forward recommendations for the special education examinations in B.Ed and M.Ed. In addition, the RCI has declared that out of the 17,000 B.Ed and M.Ed courses that run across the country, it will coach at least one teacher in special education every session. The NCTE is set to introduce three more courses this academic session, apart from the special education course. These are gender studies, yoga and information and communications technology
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