The Haryana government today said that it plans to introduce courses for untrained teachers working in the state's government and private schools.
These courses also include B.Ed and D.Ed degrees, Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said after a grievance redressal meeting in Bhiwani district.
Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar informed all education ministers and secretaries through video-conferencing last month that the Centre would provide training to untrained teachers in government and private schools, he said.
For this training, teachers would have to apply online and get registered on the 'Swayam' portal, the minister said.
When told that the last date for getting registered was nearing and the option of B.Ed was not available, Sharma said that the matter would be taken up in the cabinet meeting on September 13.
The minister said that action would be taken against those private schools which violate rules and regulations. The state government is committed towards the future of students and directions have been issued to schools for compliance of norms.
The meeting was organised by the District Public Relations and Grievances Redressal Committee, Bhiwani.
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