Soon, IITs will be offering BEd courses, says Edu minister Dharmendra Pradhan

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The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) may soon offer a four-year Integrated Teacher Education Program or Bachelor in Education (BEd) course on their campus, said Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

The head said that the levels of many BEd colleges in the country are not as marked and this initiative will help in enhancing the skills of teachers.

While attending the inauguration ceremony of a new Kendriya Vidyalaya at IIT Bhubaneswar, the Education Minister further said that Prime Minister Shri schools would be set up across India to prepare students for the future.

The chief said 15,000 PM schools would be set up in the country, while more than 500-600 PM schools would be set up in Orissa.

The new KV campus will be completed in two years at a cost 325 crore, which will provide quality education to the children and local students of IIT teaching and non-teaching faculty of Jatni assembly constituency. The new KV campus will teach students in classes 1 through 12.

Recently, the Minister of Education said that higher education institutions should build a workforce ready for the future and see significant growth in taking advantage of technology to make education more colonized.

The growing number of Indian start-ups at the main Unicorn Club is cited by an emerging entrepreneur as an indicator of the ecosystem and urges students to prepare to become employers, not just job seekers.

The Union Education Minister called for further efforts to strengthen the alumni network and for the internationalization of education in India, including study programs in India.

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