Delhi Teachers’ University Bill Introduced at Assembly Session | Latest Delhi News



The Delhi Teachers University campus arrives in Bakkarwala, east Delhi, and the government has announced it will enroll 5,000 students starting this year.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday introduced the Delhi Teachers’ University Bill to the assembly to establish an institution that will offer integrated teacher training programs over four years.

The Delhi Teachers University campus arrives in Bakkarwala, east Delhi, and the government has announced it will enroll 5,000 students starting this year. The university will offer four-year integrated teacher training programs such as BA-BEd, BSc-BEd, among others.

Sisodia, which also holds the education portfolio, said the university will focus on preparing quality teachers through world-class exposure and setting new standards for teacher education in India.

“Delhi Teachers University will focus on preparing teachers to such a standard. It won’t just be a B.Ed. or any other teacher training institution. It will set new standards in the field of teacher training, as IIMs set standards for management training, IITs for engineering training and AIIMS for medical training, ”Sisodia said.

He said there was a lack of teacher training institutions, and added that the future university will fill this gap. Sisodia said the plan for the new university was drawn up in accordance with the national education policy.

He added that the government plans to increase the number of university seats every year. “Here excellent parameters will be created for the initial and in-service training of teachers. Along with the regular teacher training programs, a one-year diploma program will also be introduced for professionals who are passionate about teaching but who are not able to practice as a profession due to degree restrictions. “, did he declare.

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