B.Ed degree holders will not lose their jobs, the Supreme Court decided!



B.Ed degree holders will not be considered for appointment as primary school teachers, as clarified by the Supreme Court. The Court has specified the possible applications and services of the teachers involved in cases where the B.Ed. Was mentioned in the advertisement will be included. The jobs of all such candidates will remain intact. This order of the Supreme Court is applicable across the country.

Apart from this, the Court clarified in its decision dated August 11, 2023, that the previous recruitments done before this decision will not be affected. Supreme Court B.Ed. In its decision dated August 11, 2023, degree holders have been declared ineligible for primary teacher posts. Now the court has made it clear that the B.Ed. Degree holders previously appointed as primary school teachers will not be affected by this decision.

There will be no impact on their job and they will remain on the job. The Supreme Court also said that candidates who were appointed without fulfilling the eligibility criteria laid down by any court and who were regular appointees were not eligible for B.Ed. Qualification as specified in the advertisement will not be affected by this decision.

The order was issued by a bench of Justices Aniruddha Bose and Sudhanshu Dhulia of the Madhya Pradesh High Court while hearing a clarification petition filed by the State of Madhya Pradesh. Senior advocate Vikas Singh requested clarification, and the bench orally remarked that its order would apply not only to the state of Madhya Pradesh but to the entire country.

The NCTE 2018 notification was quashed by the Supreme Court in its August 2023 order, where the B.Ed. Degree holders were considered eligible for primary school teachers. The court had said that B.Ed. Degree holders are not eligible for primary school teachers. Along with this, the court also said that BTC and D.El.Ed. Candidates with. Are eligible for primary school teacher posts.