ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Business of Teacher Education in Haryana

It seems that the National Council for Teacher Education has failed to maintain the required standards of teacher education after promoting self-financed teacher-education institutions to meet the demand for and supply of teachers at primary, upper primary and secondary levels. A study conducted in Haryana shows how such institutions are a threat to the entire education system. Haryana has become a hub for getting degrees without attending classes in the privately-managed teacher-education colleges. The study also reviews various issues such as violation of rules and regulations, corruption, non-existing resources, poor teaching–learning process, etc.

Teachers are expected not only to impart knowledge and skills, but also help to develop among students understanding of a whole range of social topics. (UNESCO 1996)

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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