Bhopal: With just one everlasting school, Barkatullah College has been operating the bodily schooling division for the previous a number of years. Consequently, the Nationwide Council of Lecturers Schooling (NCTE) has discontinued put up graduate programs (M.PEd). BU’s incharge registrar Ajeet Shrivastava admitted that there are issues.
Whereas the state authorities is attempting to enhance sports activities services within the state, MP’s one of many oldest universities, Barkatullah College, fails to even save its sports activities division. BU’s bodily schooling division misplaced the affiliation to run an essential post-graduate course M.Ped. It was additionally not allowed to run the B.Ped course. Nonetheless, it was added within the second spherical of the counselling.
A senior school of the college instructed TOI that the college is enjoying with the way forward for the scholars. “There’s a have to have 6-8 everlasting academics within the division. Nonetheless, it has been operating with solely a educating school Prof Alok Mishra. This is sufficient to gauge the extent of schooling being imparted within the college,” mentioned the college with out quoting his identify.
NCTE recognised the B.PEd and M.Ped course for the college and schools. A senior educating school with out quoting his identify mentioned that NCTE was not blissful the best way BU was operating the course. “BU had confronted the identical drawback final 12 months additionally. Once more, the identical drawback surfaced this 12 months. That is humorous that regardless of understanding all the pieces in regards to the situation nothing was finished on this regard,” mentioned the college.
He even questioned what sort of college students BU will get on the finish of the counselling. “All of the top-quality college students went to the universities affiliated to BU. The college won’t get good college students. This isn’t finished. BU ought to assume significantly about it,” mentioned one other school.
Even college students mentioned that they have been at a loss within the absence of any PG course within the college. “I come from a humble background. I can’t pay the heavy payment charged by the personal schools. I went to the college however they instructed me that they weren’t allowed to provide admission as M.PEd was not given recognition by the NCTE. It is a huge loss to the scholars who want to pursue a profession on this self-discipline,” mentioned a scholar Vikas Sharma.
When contacted, BU’s incharge registrar, Ajeet Shrivastava accepted that there have been issues.
“Jo bhee hai sabke saamne hai (No matter is the difficulty, it’s for everybody to see). We are attempting to recruit extra,” mentioned Shrivastava.