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CT College of Education, Jalandhar, Punjab
CT College of Education, Jalandhar, Punjab
Address:Greater Kailash, G.T.Road,
Jalandhar (District Jalandhar)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 144008
CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is a recognised institute / college. CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab was established on / in 1997.
Principal of CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is S. Surjit Singh Walia.
CT College of Education is situated in Jalandhar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jalandhar comes under Jalandhar Tehsil, Jalandhar District.
Fax # of CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is +91-0181-2672316, 2254779.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab are 99145-04904, 98555-72477, 9464637944.
email ID(s) is
Website of CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is www.ctgroup.in.
Contact Details of CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab are : Telephone: +91-181-5544808, 2672316-18
Principal: S. Surjit Singh Walia, 77-Windsor Park, Gulab Devi Road, Jalandhar.
DOB : 9-10-1939, Res :0181-2200077
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CoursesNumber of seats in CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is 100.
CT College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
Profile of CT College of EducationThe dream of touching the horizon of prosperity and advancement can be viewed only with the eye of education. Education holding the banner of 'Quality' in its hand, where else can you find this wonderful glimpse than that of CT College of Education. Going back to its historical legacy, it came into being in the year of 2003 under the benign and gracious guidance of S. Charanjit Singh Channi, the chairman CT Educational Society. He is a man of great vision whose endless dedication and hard toil has established this institution as an educational empire.
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NCTE appeal order for CT College of Education JalandharF.No.89-905/2010-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002
O R D E R
WHEREAS the appeal of C.T. College of Education, Jhalandhar, Punjab dated 19/07/2010 is against the Order No. NRC/NCTE/F-3/PB-518/142 Meeting/2009 dated 06/07/2009 of the Northern Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting B.Ed, Addl. course on the grounds Deficiencies communicated to the institution in the show cause notice have not been replied to within stipulated time .
AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, C.T. College of Education (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 19/07/2010 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.
AND WHEREAS the appellant institution also forwarded a copy of order dated 29.06.2010 passed by the Hon ble High Court of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh in Writ Petition No.14448 of 2009 filed by the institution against the NRC s order dated 06.07.09 directing the NCTE to dispose the pending appeal filed by the institution within one week. This direction was given by the Hon ble High Court after taking into consideration the submission made by the institution in the writ petition that an appeal filed by the institution was pending with the NCTE.
AND WHEREAS in compliance with direction of the Hon ble High Court the appeal was heard on 20-07-10. Dr. Ashwani Kansra, Director and Shri. Angrej Singh, A.O, C.T. College of Education, Jhalandhar, Punjab presented the case of the appellant institution. In the appeal and during personal presentation, it was submitted that the reply to the show cause notice was furnished well in time on 06- 06-09 and that the matter was sub-judice as the institution had filed a writ petition in the Hon ble High Court of Punjab and Haryana against the State Govt. of Punjab and the NCTE. It was also submitted that the NRC vide its letter dated 29-05-09 allowed 21 days time for submission of reply but before expiry of the 21 days allowed, the NRC took decision to refuse recognition to the institution in its 142nd meeting held on 14th to 16th June, 2009.
AND WHEREAS the Council noted that letter of Intent prior to recognition was issued to the institution on 26-02-08 for additional intake in B. Ed course asking the institution to appoint qualified staff selected through duly constituted selection committee as per the prescribed norms of NCTE/Affiliating University.
As no reply was received from the institution, the NRC, vide its letter dated 29-05-09, asked the institution to furnish requisite documents within 21 days. The institution, vide its reply dated 06-06-09 informed the NRC that after getting LOI prior to recognition dated 26-02-08, it had approached the affiliating university namely the Guru Nanak Dev University for grant of affiliation for the additional intake of 100 students but the University initially denied affiliation for additional intake on the ground of noncompliance of conditions and subsequently asked for copy of unconditional recognition order for consideration of the request of the institution for affiliation. The NRC in its 142nd meeting held on 14-16th July 2009 considered the matter and decided to refuse recognition to the institution for additional intake of 100 students for B.Ed course and accordingly refused recognition for additional intake vide order dated 06-07-09. the Council also noted that on receipt of the Letter of Intent prior to recognition dated 26.02.08, as per the provisions in the NCTE Regulations, the institution was required to appoint qualified staff selected through duly constituted Selection Committee as per the norms of the NCTE/affiliating university and submit requisite documents to the NRC for issuance of formal recognition order to the institution. An institution was eligible to admit students only after obtaining formal recognition from the Regional Committee and thereafter, affiliation from the affiliating university/examining body. Section 16 of the NCTE Act, 1993 stipulated that no examining body shall grant affiliation or hold examination, whether provisional or otherwise, to any institution unless the institution has obtained recognition for the course or training from the Regional Committee concerned under Section 14/Section15. But the institution, instead of approaching the affiliating university to get nomination of expert to the selection committee, appointing qualified faculty selected through the Selection Committee duly constituted and obtaining formal recognition order from the NRC as per the prescribed procedure after receipt of the Letter of Intent prior to recognition dated 26.02.08, chose to seek affiliation from the affiliating university although the university could grant affiliation only after issue of formal recognition to the institution under section 14 or section15 of the NCTE Act.
The institution actually applied to the affiliating university for nomination of expert to the Selection Committee only on 26-02-09 i.e. after a period of about one year from the dated of issue of Letter of Intent prior to recognition dated 26.02.08. However, the university declined to grant affiliation and insisted on submission of formal recognition order from the NRC. Also, the institution did not comply with the requirements of LOI. The Council was of the view that the institution was not eligible for recognition for additional intake in B. Ed course. The Council further noted that while the institution, in its writ petition filed before the Hon ble High Court of Punjab and Haryana, stated that appeal filed by the institution against the Northern Regional Committee s order dated 06-07-09 was pending before the NCTE, in fact
no such appeal was filed by the institution to the Council. It filed appeal to the Council only on 19-07-10.
Thus, the institution mislead the Hon ble High Court.
AND WHEREAS it however noted that since the decision to refuse recognition was taken by the NRC in its 142nd meeting held on 14-16 June 2009 i.e. before expiry of the period of 21 days allowed for furnishing reply to letter dated 29-05-09, which was not in order. Therefore, the Council was of the view that there was adequate ground to accept the appeal, set aside the NRC s order dated 06-07-09 with direction to the NRC for considering the reply submitted by the institution and take appropriate decision thereafter.
AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT Report and after considering oral arguments advanced during the hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was adequate ground to set aside NRC s order dated 06-07-09 and remand back the case to NRC for reconsideration of the case. Accordingly, NRC s order dated 06-07-09 was set-aside with direction to the NRC for considering the reply submitted by the institution and take appropriate decision thereafter.
NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby remands back the case of C.T. College of Education, Jhalandhar, Punjab to the NRC, NCTE, for necessary action as indicated above.
1. The Chairman, C.T. College of Education, Greater Kailash,G.T.Road, Maqsudan Chowk, Jalandhar, , Jhalandhar - 144008, Punjab
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education & Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Northern Regional Committee, A-46, Shantipath, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur - 302004, Rajasthan.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Punjab, Chandigarh.
Bhagat Singh rememberedThe Department of Youth Services, Punjab, and CT College of Education Organised a joint function in connection with the 74th Martyrdom Day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh at CT Public School here today.
A blood donation camp was also organised on the occasion, in which 22 students of the college and members of PALS International Organisation, Citizen Welfare and Protection Council, Jalandhar cantonment, donated blood.
Mr Bhupinder Singh, SDM, the chief guest, said Bhagat Singh had made greatest contribution to the freedom movement by sacrificing his life.
Mr Charanjit Singh, Chairman of the college, said youngsters should make Bhagat Singh their role model and serve the country and its people with total dedication.
Mr Harmanjot Singh, who has already been nominated by the Punjab Government for his services in the field of youth welfare, was honoured along with Mr Kunal Mehta on the occasion. A colourful cultural event was also organised on the occasion.
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