Supreme Court upholds Uttarakhand government's decision to not recognise new B.Ed colleges in State

The Court noted that as against the need of 2,500 teachers annually, approximately 13,000 students would be passing out every year, resulting in unemployment for many graduates.
Justice MR Shah and Justice MM Sundresh
Justice MR Shah and Justice MM Sundresh

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the decision of the Uttarakhand government not to grant recognition to new colleges offering Bachelor's of Education (B.Ed) courses on the ground that it would lead to large-scale unemployment in the State [State of Uttarakhand v. Nalanda College of Education].

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