Bad news for students taking admission in B.Ed, read the news

Ajmer : Registration for admission in B.Ed colleges of Rajasthan has started. Vardhman Mahaveer Open University, Kota, the nodal agency for B.Ed colleges, has started this process from July 6. VMOU has released the list of 939 B.Ed colleges running across the state for 2-year B.Ed course. But the names of two colleges are not included in this list. Although one college has been given NOC, one has not received NOC yet.

You will have to pay 5 thousand rupees for registration

The registration process for admission in B.Ed. College has started from 6th July. The last date for which is 12th July. Candidates seeking admission in B.Ed. will get admission only through online counseling. For this, registration has to be done by depositing a fee of 5 thousand rupees by the prescribed date. VMOU has released the list of 939 B.Ed. colleges running across the state for 2-year B.Ed. course. But the name of the government B.Ed. college located in Ajmer is not included in this list.

The names of these two colleges are not in the list

There are only two government B.Ed colleges in the state. One of them is in Bikaner and the other is run in Ajmer. The National Council for Teacher Education-NCTE has cancelled the recognition of both these colleges. NOC was not given to both the colleges. Due to this, the B.Ed college of Ajmer was not included in the counseling.

However, the B.Ed. college operating in Bikaner got a stay order from the court. After which the state government issued it an NOC. Under the NOC received after the stay order from the court, Maharaja Ganga Singh University sent the name of the college to the nodal agency Vardhman Mahavir Open University, Kota. It is worth mentioning that in Rajasthan, two B.Ed. colleges are run by the government in Bikaner and Ajmer. Both the colleges have 150-150 seats for two-year B.Ed. Since the name of the government college of Ajmer is not in the counseling, students will not get admission in it. On the other hand, since the case of Bikaner B.Ed. college is also in court, students are confused about admission. Dr. Bitthal Bissa, Additional Registrar of Maharaja Ganga Singh University, Bikaner, says that the B.Ed. college of Bikaner has received a stay from the court. At the same time, the NOC received from the state government has been issued. On this basis, the name of the B.Ed. college has been sent to the nodal agency.