249 D.ED Colleges in Maharashtra declared illegal

NAGPUR Updated Sat, 15 Dec 2012 09:53 AM IST
As many as 249 D.ED colleges in Maharashtra were found to be illegal by a Supreme Court- appointed committee, Legislative Council was informed today.

School Education Minister Rajendra Darda, in reply to a question in the Upper House, said the issue of illegal D.ED colleges came to light in September this year.

A total of 304 D.ED colleges were opened without taking permission from the State Government or the consent of National Council for Teachers Education (NCET), he said.After verification, the SC-appointed panel declared 249 of them as illegal, Darda said, replying to a query from Jaiprakash Chhajed (Congress).

About action against these institutes, Darda said “since the matter is pending before the Supreme Court the State Government is awaiting the court''s directive”.


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