9 lakh candidates of B.Ed were out of REET Level 1, Rajasthan High Court considered only BSTC candidates eligible for REET Level 1, Rajasthan High Court order said that B.Ed holders will be eligible only for 2, Around 9 lakh candidates were out of REET Level 1.
Ever since the announcement of the REET exam, for some reason or the other, this exam has been in the news due to controversies. The REET exam was to be conducted in 2019 but due to some reason or the other, this exam was postponed 5 times in a row. When this examination was to be held then at that time the B.Ed candidates had filed a petition in the Rajasthan High Court that they should also be allowed to appear in the REET Level 1 examination.
Then on the decision of the High Court, 9 lakh candidates of B.Ed were ordered to appear in the REET Level 1 examination. When the result of REET examination came, the results of all these were stopped and on demanding the answers of B.Ed candidates, where did it go that until the High Court will not give its decision in this matter, the result will not be released.
The B.Ed candidates were waiting for the court’s decision. Meanwhile, after hearing in the Jodhpur High Court, the final verdict was given on the matter. The Jodhpur High Court has considered B.Ed holders not eligible for level-1. As per the court only BSTC candidates will be eligible for REET Level 1.
B.Ed candidates will be able to apply for teacher recruitment only in level-2
- B.Ed candidates will be able to apply for teacher recruitment only in level-2
- A total of 12.69 lakh candidates had applied for REET Level 1
- What will be the way forward for the candidates of B.Ed included in REET Level 1
- Rajasthan Employment Federation said that injustice is being done to BEd degree holders
- According to the decision of the High Court, the candidates of B.Ed will now be able to apply only in Level-2. Some time ago, the candidates of B.Ed made their basis on the notification of National Council for Teacher Education and demanded to join the Level 1. Had it. On his demand, the High Court had ordered him to join Level 1, but the government did not challenge the decision in the Supreme Court at that time. At present, about 9.13 lakh B.Ed candidates have appeared for REET Level 1. But after giving the exam, the High Court has canceled the notification itself, so B.Ed candidates are out of REET Level 1 recruitment.
- Hearing the matter for 3 consecutive days on the Division Bench of Chief Justice Akil Qureshi and Suresh Bansal of the High Court, this decision was pronounced on 25 November 2021. After the COURT ORDER, all the B.Ed candidates are very disappointed.
A total of 12.69 lakh candidates had applied for REET Level 1
A total of 12.69 lakh candidates had applied for the REET Level 1 exam out of which a total of 10.19 lakh candidates appeared for the REET exam. In this examination, a total of 3.30 lakh candidates of BSTC have passed the Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test. According to the order of the High Court, the result of the registered B.Ed candidates in REET Level 1 has been withheld.
What will be the way forward for the candidates of B.Ed included in REET Level 1
Well, now there are way for the interested B.Ed candidates to appear in REET Level 1. If he wants, he can now challenge in the Supreme Court, but if the matter goes to the Supreme Court, there may be a delay in the recruitment of Third Grade Teacher. Unless the case of B.Ed – BSTC is completely resolved, then the recruitment of REET Level 1 is also not possible. If the government wants, it can take out the recruitment of REET level 2 because there is no dispute in the recruitment of REET level 2.
Rajasthan Employment Federation said that injustice is being done to BEd degree holders
Aslam Chobdar, who is the State President of Rajasthan Employment Federation, has said that only one-sided lobbying has been done by the government against B.Ed degree holders. B.Ed degree holders were not thought of by the government. That’s why B.Ed candidates should now challenge the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court so that they can get justice.