B Ed colleges of Haryana to be affiliated to Ch. Ranbir singh university

B.Ed from CRSU
B.Ed Admission in CRSU

B Ed from crsu

On the lines of recommendations made by the committee, the govt. of Haryana has decided to have a separate university for education courses.  Ch. Ranbir singh university, also known as CRS university or jind university has been accorded the responsibility of running the B Ed  from CRSU and M.Ed. courses in Haryana.  The same procedure was followed few years back, when all the colleges providing MBBS or pharmacy were brought under the ambit of  PT. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak.

2016 Onwards all colleges of haryana will get B Ed from CRSU

Similarly for all education courses the affiliating body will be  Ch. Ranbir singh university. Department of higher education Haryana has already given a notification in this regard

The one question that comes to every body’s mind is – how will it affect the student. Truly speaking it does not matter much. The council ie NCTE maintains  the quality and standards as it being a technical course. That means NCTE decides the norms and regulations, syllabi etc. The university plays the role of an administrator. More so it can be in the favour of the students as it will become a specialized university, thus will become more efficient in delivering the quality education. so from session 2015-2016 onwards students will do B Ed from crsu.

Finally, the VC office  of the university has already announced the measures it plans to take in order to improve the quality and standard in B.Ed colleges.

University has not yet given the formal notification to the colleges of Education , B Ed  colleges. Before the commencement of the new session the university will affiliate all the B Ed  colleges. Thus   B ED  Admission 2016 will happen only in   Ch. Ranbir singh university and not thru other state universities of Haryana like MD University or KU.

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