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The students who want to pursue B.Ed and make their career as teachers are these days a troubled lot. This can be substantiated from the fact that there are some 14,000 seats lying vacant in B.Ed colleges across the state. These vacant seats were to be filled by Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia University, Faizabad through a pool system but recently Supreme Court has given a stay and stopped the process of filling the vacant B.Ed seats.
Now, the students are a worried lot who want to take admission against these vacant seats but are unable to do so. There are 1053 B.Ed colleges in the state. In the first round of counseling, around one lakh B.Ed seats were filled. The counselling was held between 2nd to 26th June. But even after the counselling, 14,000 seats could not be filled. This gave students a chance to occupy the vacant seats during the second round of counseling; however, Faizabad University devised a pool system for taking admissions instead of conducting second counselling.
To recall, around 80 B.Ed colleges in the state received B.Ed affiliation for National Council For Teachers Education but these colleges have yet not received affiliation from the state government. The management of 14 such B.Ed colleges filed a writ with SC. On 26th July, SC put a stay on the pool system of filling the vacant seats. Meanwhile, classes for the students who have taken admission in the first round of counselling this year have already started from 2nd July. Even if SC lifts the stay and students get an opportunity to lock the seats, their academic session would be delayed.
Courtesy: Times of India
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