In the petition, a demand has been made on behalf of the petitioner to ban the release of results of B.Ed degree holders in the Central Eligibility Test. Petitioner advocates Tanya Pandey told the court that the Rajasthan High Court has quashed the June 28, 2018 notification of the National Teachers Council for Education (NCTE). NCTE, in its notification dated June 28, had also included B.Ed degree holders in CTET (Elementary Level).
This was challenged in the Rajasthan High Court. The Rajasthan High Court canceled the notification of NCTE after the hearing. Despite this, the Central Teacher Eligibility Test conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education included B.Ed degree holders at the primary level, which is wrong.
It was replied on behalf of the parties that NCTE has challenged the order of the Rajasthan High Court in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court reserved the verdict after the hearing. The petitioner advocate said that the Supreme Court has not put any stay on the order of the Rajasthan High Court.
If the results of B.Ed degree holders are released by the party then it will be beneficial to some people. On this, the court has passed an order to CBSE not to release the result till the order of the Supreme Court in this matter. Said that if the result is released, it will be subject to the order of the Supreme Court.
Earlier, only DELED Candidates were allowed to apply for CTET Paper and BEd Candidates were to apply for CTET Paper II. With the release of the NCTE Notification in 2018, DELED holders felt the strain of rising competition and the unfairness in the matter. According to them, any recruitment body would prefer a CTET Qualified candidate with BEd Degree in comparison to DELED Degree.
Now, that the Court Case is still ongoing, the Bed candidates who have passed the CTET Paper I Exam will not be considered qualified and they will have to wait for the final verdict of the Supreme Court and consequently the Allahabad High Court verdict.
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