Bridge Course NIOS D.El.Ed
Bridge Course NIOS The graduate degree holder teachers who are studying upto 5th standard across the country, will now have to compulsorily compile six months of compulsory bridge course. Without this, they will be considered untrained. The Central Government has entrusted the responsibility of conducting Bridge Course to NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling).
Actually, the Central Government had amended the Right to Information Act (RTE) in the past. After this, untrained teachers studying in government, aided and private schools have given their last chance till March 31, 2019 for training. More than 14 lakh untrained teachers are employed in different states of the country. Out of this there are more than two lakh teachers who are studying up to fifth students after B.Ed. As the B.Ed degree holder teacher can teach only students from class VIII, in this way the teachers who are studying upto 5th standard have come under the category of untrained teachers.
Now NIOS D.El.Ed (Diploma in Elementary Education) will be done to completely untrained teachers. While B.Ed. degree holders have to make the Bridge Development Program (Professional Development Program). Registration will start from October 9: Bridge Course NIOS D.El.Ed Bridge Course NIOS The registration process for B.Ed degree holders in NIOS will start from October 9. Candidates can register on NIOS website by October 30. Reading lessons will start from the first week of November. Course fees have been kept for five thousand rupees.
Validation of PDPET:
The PDPET course, which is being done by NIOS, has full validity. According to the advertisement issued in newspapers by NIOS “This course is approved by NCTE and anyone can apply for job anywhere in the country with this merit.”