Bill introduced in Delhi Assembly for the education of teachers, Manish Sisodia told these special things
Employment News-Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia introduced the Delhi Teachers University Bill in the Assembly on Monday. The bill seeks to establish an institution that will run a four-year integrated teacher education program. Let us inform that the campus of Delhi Teachers University is coming up in Bakkarwala in East Delhi and the government has said that it will enroll 5000 students from this year. The university will offer four year integrated teacher education programs like BA-BEd, BSc-BEd etc.
This institute will be of best standard
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said the university would focus on producing quality teachers through world-class performance and set new standards of teacher education in India. He said that Delhi Teachers University will not be just B.Ed or any other teacher education institution but it will set new standards in the field of teacher education like IIMs have set standards for management education, IITs for engineering education and for medical education. AIIMS. Sisodia said that there is a shortage of teacher training institute and the upcoming university will fill this gap. At the same time, he told that the blueprint of the new university has been made in accordance with the National Education Policy.
Diploma will be run for people who have passion for education
Manish Sisodia told that the government plans to increase the seats in the university every year. He also said that here the best parameters will be created for pre-service as well as in-service teacher training. Along with regular teacher education programmes, one year diploma program will also be started for those professionals who have passion for teaching but are not able to pursue it as a profession due to degree restrictions.