National Council for Teacher Education Recruitment 2017
Latest notification named as NCTE Recruitment 2017 has been recently proposed by National Council for Teacher Education for the year 2017-18. The board has 14 vacancies for Deputy Secretary, & Other vacancies to be filled by intrested and deserving aspirants. All the job seekers can apply for NCTE India vacancies 2017 from 25th October 2017 through offline mode. The Last date to apply for These job openings to submit your applications forms for NCTE Delhi Vacancy 2017 is December 2017. Know for further details, Please visit about NCTE vacancies 2017 @ ncte-india.org. Stay connected with our page for more latest information on Central Government vacancies.
NCTE Recruitment 2017-18
|Name of the Organization||National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)|
|Post Name||Deputy Secretary, & Others|
|Starting date to apply||25-10-2017|
|Closing date to apply||December 2017|
|Job Category||Central Government vacancies|
|Location of the Job Location||India|
|official website of the organisation||ncte-india.org|
NCTE India vacancies 2017 Vacancy Details
|Sl.No||Name of the Post||No of Vacancy|
|1.||Deputy Secretary/Regional Director||04|
|2.||Section Officer/Program Officer||02|
|4.||CPPMO (computer Programmer cum Planning & Monitoring Officer)||01|
|5.||LDPO (Librarian cum Documentation Officer)||01|
|6.||JAO (Junior Accounts Officer)||05|
Required elligibility for above mentioned vacancies for NCTE Delhi Notification 2017
- Applicants must have completed UG/PG in relevant field with minimum marks form the recognized institution.
Personnel Selection Process:
- Deputy Secretary/Regional Director: Rs15,600/- to 39,100/-.
- Others: Rs.9,300/- to Rs.34,800/-.
- Refer Official Notification.
Procedure To apply for These vacancies:
- Applicants can Apply for NCTE Recruitment 2017-18 @ ncte-india.org
- Read the notification carefully.
- Download the application form and take a print out of it.
- Fill all the necessary details.
- Paste Photograph and enclose xerox copy of necessary certificates.
- Submit the duly filled application form to the postal address provided below.
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
New Delhi – 110002.
Other Links to Consider:
National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) is a statutory body of Indian government set up under the National Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 (#73, 1993) in 1995 is to formally oversee standards, procedures, and processes in the Indian education system. This council function for the center as well as state governments on all matter with regards to the Teacher Education and its Secretariat is located in the Department of Teacher Education and National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Despite the successful functioning in terms of educational field, it is facing difficulties in ensuring the maintenance of the standards of teacher education and preventing the increase in the number of substandard teacher education institutions in the country.
Before 1995, the NCTE had existed since 1973 as a government advisory body (and not as a separate institution) to look after development and progress of “teacher education”. The NCTE was then only a department of the National Council of Educational Research and Training. As per the NCTE’s own admission, it failed in its objective of overlooking and, to an extent, regularising norms and processes in teachers’ education in India because of lack of formal jurisdiction. To that effect, the National Policy on Education, 1986 allowed the setting up of a government authorized institution with formal powers.