NCTE New Norms on New Teacher Education Courses 2015-16

NCTE New Norms, Standards and Procedure on Teacher Education Courses

A Country's future depends on the youth in that country. Tomorrow's youth is today's children. So, Children should be educated in right manner i.e., they should be educated in curricular and Co-curricular sides all round development should be done. They should be educated in problem solving manner and not in Question answer method they should be ready for creations, inventions, responding in accurate manner for some critical incidents. Education should be in this manner and make children ready to face all these emotions. This happens only when they are educated by well trained teachers.  Now teacher education is modified according to the usage of new generation.


New Teacher Education Courses Details

Central Government has taken many steps in 15 types of courses of teachers education in its period and its curriculum. many new instructions are going to come in to existence. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has given new norms, standards and procedures on teacher education courses
Central Government has taken many steps in 15 types of courses of teachers education in its period and its curriculum. many new instructions are going to come in to existence. The National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has given new norms, standards and procedures on teacher education courses i.e.,  DPSE., D.El.Ed., B.El.Ed., B.Ed., M.Ed., D.P.Ed., B.P.Ed., M.P.Ed., Open and Distance D.El.Ed and B.Ed,  Visual Arts, Performing Arts, 4-year Integrated B.A.B.Ed./B.Sc.B.Ed, Part Time B.Ed, 3 years integrated B.Ed and M.Ed Courses

The Period of B.Ed., M.Ed., B.P.ed., M.P.Ed are raised to 2 years from 1 year.  The Integrated courses B.A-B.Ed., B.Sc-B.Ed., B.El.Ed are going to be start, for this central govt released Gazette notification. These will be implemented from the date of Notification released. These will be implemented from next year because counselling has completed.

Duration and Working Days of Teacher Education Courses as per NCTE Norms 2014

S.No.Course NameDurationWorking Days
1Diploma in early childhood education programme leading to Diploma in Preschool Education (DPSE)2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
2Elementary teacher education programme leading to Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.).2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
3Bachelor of elementary teacher education programme leading to Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) degree.4 Years
4Bachelor of education programme leading to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree.2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
5Master of education programme leading to Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree.2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
6Diploma in physical education programme leading to Diploma in Physical Education (D.P.Ed.).2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
7Bachelor of physical education programme leading to Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.) degree2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days
8Master of physical education programme leading to Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.) degree2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
9Diploma in elementary education programme through Open and Distance Learning System leading to Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.)2 Years
10Bachelor of education programme through Open and Distance Learning System leading to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) degree.2 Years
11Diploma in arts education (Visual Arts) programme leading to Diploma in Arts Education (Visual Arts)2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
12Diploma in arts education (Performing Arts) programme leading to Diploma in Arts Eduction (Performing Arts)2 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
134-year Integrated programme leading to B.A.B.Ed./B.Sc.B.Ed. degree.4 YearsAtleast 200 Working Days each year
14Bachelor of education programme (Part Time) leading to Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree.3 Years120 Working Days each year each year
15B.Ed. M.Ed (3 years integrated) programme leading to B.Ed. M.Ed (Integrated) degree.3 Years215 Working Days each year each year

Weightage for Internals and practicals
candidates who are pursuing their courses will be given 20 to 30 percent marks for project work, practicals etc., declares by the affiliated govt. institutions for the rest of 70 to 80 percent of marks written test will be conducted. Grading will be given for total scores (Internal + Written Test). Attendance of students and Lecturers should be 80 percent and for teaching practice 90 percent of attendance should be maintained.

1. 200 working days are compulsory.
2. 36 hours classes should be conducted in a week.
3. 40 days of school internship is raised up to 140 days.
First year--4 weeks.
Second Year - 16 weeks.

New Courses:
1. Diploma in early child hood education (D.El.Ed) 2 years course , BTC, JBT, D.Ed is now named as (D.El.Ed).
2. The new course B.El.Ed is four year professional degree course. Students who completes Inter are eligible to study this course.
3. These are eligible to teach I to VIII where B.Ed students are not eligible.
4. Marks are given as follows:
    60 percent for Written test.
    40 percent for Internals (20% Internship + 20% Innovation, Feild work, Research, Practicals)
5. The period of B.Ed is raised for 2 years from 1 year syllabus is also completely changed.
6. M.Ed is also changed for 2 years course and 4 weeks of field level research is additional.
7. D.P.Ed is 2 year course from now on onwards who completed this course are eligible for P.E.T posts.
8. B.P.Ed and M.P.Ed courses are also changed as two year courses.

Integrated courses:
1. The new integrated courses B.Sc B.Ed , B.A.-B.Ed are implemented. These have 8 semesters. Its period is 4 years and can completed in 6 years. It should have 250 working days.
2. Computer, Gender, Yoga, Education are the subjects. Internship will be in 3rd and 4th Years.
3. Internals :20% to 40% marks and Written Test: 60% to 80% marks.
4. Integrated B.A - M.Ed is a new course of 3 years. It should 215 working days. College should be work/function 107 weeks. PG holders are eligible for this course. More details on NCTE Website.

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