Inspection Divison | NCTE : National Council For Teacher Education
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Inspection Division


Introduction

The Section 13 of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) Act, 1993 empowers the Council to cause inspections of the recognised Teacher Educations Institutions (TEIs) to find out if they are functioning in accordance with the Regulations and Norms and standards prescribed by the NCTE for the teacher education programme (s) offered by the concerned TEI.

Objectives

The main purpose of the inspection is to intimate the observed deficiencies to the TEIs and to provide them the an opportunity to make up the deficiencies in order to improve their functioning. The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has directed the NCTE to continuously monitor the functioning of all recognised TEIs by conducting inspection of each TEI once in a cycle of 3-5 years, The NCTE is developing an Action Plan to implement the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.

Activities

  1. Procedure of conducting inspections
    • Selection of Institutions

      At the beginning of an academic session a list of Teacher Education institutions for inspection in drawn. The institutions are identified in accordance with the criteria evolved for the selection of institutions. The criteria include the time gap after the precious inspection and inspections conducted by other organisations like NAAC. The institutional Database giving detail of the Courses offered in a TEI, sanctioned intake for various programmes and inspections conducted in the past is in the process of development.

    • Visiting Teams for Conducting inspections

      A team of two experts is appointed to cause inspection of a TEI. The NCTE maintains a Panel of Teacher Education experts, educational administrators and
      educationists for this purpose the applications are invited from the experts interested in the inspection work and the experts who fulfil the prescribed
      conditions are included in the Panel.

    • Orientation of selected visiting Team Members

      The experts selected for Conducting inspections are given orientation through various means such as face to face interaction in a formal situation with the
      officers of the NCTE or with the Academic members of the inspection Committee Constituted by the NCTE.

    • Inspection Manual

      The NCTE has developed inspection Manual for the reference and guidance of visiting Team members. Besides the purpose and objectives of the inspection
      under Section 13 of the NCTE Act, the manual explains the various processes involved in the conduct of inspection, such as scrutiny of the necessary
      records, perusal of the website, assessment of physical and instructional resources, interaction with students and teachers, etc.

    • Intimation to the institutions

      As per the Rules framed under Section 13 of the Act, the institutions are given prior intimation of the intended inspection alongwith the self Appraisal
      format. They are further directed to keep certain records ready for the perusal of the visiting Team members.

    • Conducting of inspections and submission of Report

      The Visiting Team members reach the institution on the appointed day the NCTE provided them a copy of the prescribed inspection proforma and a copy of the
      inspection manual. On the basis of their Assessment, the visiting Teams submit their reports to the NCTE.

    • Analysis of VT Reports

      The VT reports are analysed by the inspection Division with the help of an expert Group. The group prepares Appraisal respect of each institution against
      the pre-defined parameters like infrastructure, instructional facilities, staff, management of academic affairs, etc. Besides, enumeration of conclusion,
      the Group, also makes certain recommendations for the consideration of the Council.

  2. Intimation of outcome of inspection to the TEIs

    On the basis of the Appraisal Reports prepared by the experts Group, the NCTE Communicates the outcome of inspection to the concerned TEIs and directs them
    to submit the compliance report for perusal and consideration

  3. Examination of Compliance Reports

    The Compliance Reports submitted by the TEIs are processed by the inspection Division with the help of an expert Group and if necessary, further advisory
    Communication is sent to the institutions. In case, Contravention of the prescribed Norms or violation of the conditions of recognition is observed, the
    matter is referred to the concerned Regional Committee for necessary action under the relevant Section of the NCTE Act.

  4. Special Inspections

    Besides regular inspections as part of under Annual Plan, Special inspection in Compliance the orders of High Courts or as per the decision of the NCTE’s Appeal Committee. For example, in the year 2012, in compliance to the orders of the Hon’ble High Court of Jharkhand, inspection of 95 B.Ed. Colleges in the state of Jharkhand were conducted. Likewise, in compliance to the order of Hon’ble High Court of Madhya Pradesh passed in the month of June, 2014, inspection of 392 B.Ed. Colleges is being conducted. The inspection of approximately 280 institutions has already been completed. The inspections are being conducted under the overall guidance and supervision of Prof G.L. Arora, Former Head, Department of Teacher Education, National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi

Staff

Name Post Email Phone
Sh. N.K. Sharma Under Secretary inspection@ncte-india.org 011-23370175
Mrs. Jojiana Lakra Section Officer inspection@ncte-india.org 011-23370132

Combined VT members list of five phases’ inspection in Madhya Pradesh

(i) Jabalpur
1. Prof. D. BhaskaraRao
D-43 (1-22-10), S.V.N. Colony North Side of SVN Colony Park, Pattabhipuram Post, Guntur-522006, Andhra Pradesh
2. Dr. R.D. Singh
29/89, NariyalKothi, Dayalband, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh- 495001, (C.G.)
3. Prof. Puran Chand
C-283 DDA, SFS Flats, Triveni Apartments, Sheikh Sarai Phase-I,
New Delhi- 110017
4. Dr. Swaranlata Harichandan
Warden’s Residence, J.S. Hall University hosel, “B” Road, Churchgate, Mumbai- 400020, Maharashtra
5. Dr. Venita Singh
Kalpana Colony, DAV Campus, Abohar-152116 (P.B)
6. Dr. Ranveer Pratap Asija
Backside, D.A.V. Campus, New Suraj Nagar, St. No. 7, Chowk-11, Abohar – 152116 (Punjab)
7. Dr. Amitkauts
52 GF, Saraswati vihar, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar, Punjab
8. Dr. Ashok Kumar Sidana
28, Visveshvariya Nagar, Near Kalptaru Restaurant, Gopalpura Bypass, Jaipur-18, Rajasthan
9. Prof. Prem Narayan Singh
No. 19, New Teachers Colony, Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varansi – 221002 (U.P)
10. Dr. Pradeep Kumar
7, Chitranjali Colony, SwarnJayanti Nagar, Ramghat Road, Aligarh-202001 (U.P)
11. Dr. S.D. Singh
10A/4, Radha Nagar, P.O. – Krishna Nagar, Mathura-281004 (U.P.)
12. Professor R.D. Sharma
Sharma Niwas, 43, NirmalGali, Devpura, Haridwar-249404, U.P.
13. Dr. Balwant Singh
Pratap College of Education, Hambran road, Ludhiana-141008, Punjab
14. Dr. Veera Gupta
C-380, Yojana Vihar, New Delhi-92
15. Prof. Parmanand Singh
Banaras Hindu University Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Faculty of Education Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
16. Prof. G.C. Bhattacharya
Banaras Hindu University Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, Faculty of Education Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
17. Prof. R.R. Sharma
Kanpur University, Kanpur.
18. Prof. Sharad Sinha
RIE, Ajmer (Rajasthan)
19. Dr. Suresh Chandra Yadav
C-123, BITS Campus, Vidya Vihar Pilani-333023, Rajasthan
20. Pincipal Shreenath M. Yadav
M.C.E.S. College of Education and Research, Thane-400612, Maharashtra
21. Prof. R.S. Patel
Department of Education, University School of Psychology, Education & Philosophy, Gujarat University, Ahmadabad- 380009
22. Prof. R.C. Patel
Department of Education (CASE) Faculty of Education and Psychology, The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadadara-390002
23. Prof. Girijesh Kumar
58, Madhu Bani, Civil Lines Moradabad- 244001, Uttar Pradesh
24. Prof. Ajit Singh
New Delhi- 110058,
House 68, Block A3, Janakpuri
25. Prof. SurinderjitKaurBawa
86, Salaria Vihar, Urban Estate Phase 1, Patiala, Punjab
26. Dr. Neelima M. Mehta
New Kusum Society, 1/7, opposite Anand park, Gultekadi, pune-411037, Maharashtra
27. M. VaniSubramanyam
D-23, Hospital Sector Bhilai-490009, Chhattisgarh
28. Dr. P.K. Naik
National Apartment, aviyantaMarg, Magarpara Road, jharabhata, Bilaspur- 495001
29. Prof. K.S. Likhia
C-12 University Staff Colony, Vallabh Vidyanagar-388120, Dist.-Anand (Gujarat)
30. Dr. RanveerPratap Asija
Backside, D.A.V. Campus, New Suraj Nagar, St. No. -7, Chowk-11, Abohar-152116 (Punjab)
31. Dr. Shashi Chittora
11, KushalBagh, St. Gregories School Marg, Udaipur-313001 (Rajasthan)
32. Dr. Daya
Nehru College of Education, Bayana Road, Hindaun city, Distt.-Karauli-322230, Rajasthan

(ii) Sagar

33. Prof. Paramanand Singh
Faculty of Education Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
34. Dr. Rathod Lobbha
N-8, P-4 Plot No. 5 Gajrajnagar, CIDCO Aurangabad- 431003
35. Prof. H. Narender Rao Khatri
Govt. College of Teacher Education,
Mahabubnagar A.P.- 508203
36. Prof. V. Daya Kara Reddy
IASE, S.V. University
Triupati- 517502 Andhra Pradesh
37. Prof. Pushpalata Sharma
78/9 Nehru Nagar East. Bhilai, Dist) Durg), Chattisgarh-49
38. Dr. Manjula Sharma
D-1/K-5, Krishna Colony Jharkhand Mod, Khatipura-Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan
39. Prof. P.M. Mohitkar
Govt. College of Education Opposite Kothari Metals Station Road, Bhandara
40. Prof. H.J. Patadia
Centre of Advanced Study in Education (CASE), Faculty of Education and Psychology The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara- 390002,
41. Dr. Chaturbhai P. Patel
B-6, Purohit Park, Opp. Sabarmati Vas, Nana Bazar V.V. Nagar- 388120, Anand
42. Prof. R.S. Yadav
Rajender Nagar, Yadav Gali Near Hero Honda Showroom Bilaspur- 495001
43. Prof. Harender Singh
778(B)/7, Jagriti Vihar, Meerut- 250004 (Uttar Pradesh)
44. Prof. Kavita Joshi
Lingayat College of Education Deemed University
45. Prof. Digambar Kalna Ambhore
Govt. College of Education Prachani Maharashtra- 431401
46. Prof. Shashi Agarwal
C/o Dr. R.P. Gutpa, 260MIG Tatibandh Raipur Chattisgarh
47. Prof. G.C. Bhattarcharya
Faculty of Education Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
48. Prof. Madhu Kapani
M: 09440610336 Sri Sathya Sai University Vidyagiri Prasanthinilayam-515134 Anantapur Andhra Pradesh

(iii) Gwalior

49. Prof. J.L. Pandey
NCERT, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016
50. Prof. R.L. Phutela
CIET of NCERT, New Delhi C-1510, IInd Floor, Sushant Lok-1, Gurgaon-122002
51. Prof. C.B. Sharma
School of Education, IGNOU, New Delhi
52. Dr. B.B. Singh
RBS College of Education, Agra H.No. 216, Sector-IIB, Avas Vikas Colony, Sikandra Yojana, Agra-7 (UP)
53. Prof. A.P. Behra
CIET of NCERT, New Delhi Type IB-17 NCERT, Staff Quarter, Shri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi-16
54. Prof. N.S. Mavi
Department of Education, Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra
55. Prof. Najama Amin
JMI, New Delhi
56. Dr. Rajendra Pal
Division of Research, NCERT, New Delhi B-10/4, Indra Enclave, NEB Sarai, Near IGNOU, New Delhi-68
57. Prof. Shusma Sharma
Department of Education, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

List of VT members Inspection in the state of Jharkhand

Name of the Experts and Address
1. Dr. N.K, Bansal
(Former Principal, Hindu College of Education) 22-1, Model Town, Rotak-124001, Haryana
2. Dr.Swapna Ghosh
Prinicipal, DIET North 24 Pgn, WB
3. Prof. D.R. Sing
Professor, Faculty of Education Allahabad University
4. Sri, Somenath Roy
Principal, DIET Nadia, WB
5. Prof. N.N. Pandey
Dept. of Education MJP Rohitkhand University, Bareily, U.P.-243660
6. Prof. Jayante Mete
Kalyani University Nadia, West Bengal-741234
7. Dt. Sandhya Das
Principal, DIET, South 24 Pgn. WB
8. Prof. R.S. Yadav
Professor (Retd.), College of Education, Bilaspur
9. Dr. Bappa Mullick
Director of Youth Welfare, Jadarpur University, Calcutta-32
10. Dr.Swarma Laha Das
Proffessor, Dept. of Education, Gauhati University, Guwahati-781014, Assam
11. Sri Sunanda Roy
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, South 24 Pgn, WBB
12. Shri Ajit Kumar Saha
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, Cooch Behar, WB
13. Dr. Praveen Doshi
(Former Principal) Lakmanya Tilak College of Teacher Education No. 20, ANKUR Technocrat Society Bedla Road, Udaipur-313001 Rajasthan
14. Shri Uttam Kumar
Jena Sr. Lecturer, DIET, Burdwan
15. Prof. J.C. Soni
Department of Education, Rajiv Gandhi University (Formerly Arunachal Pradesh University), Itanagar-791112
16. Smt. Nandita Dutta
Sr. Lecturer, DIET South 24 Pgn. WB
17. Dr. Dhillon J.S.
Dean, Faculty of Education, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amirtsar-143002
18. Dr. K A Sadat
Principal, DIET Hoogly
19. Shri Palan Biswas
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, Dinapur
20. Prof. S. Gaur
Reader, Faculty of Education (IASE) Kalyani University
21. Sri Janajit Chakraborty
Sr. Lecturer, DIET Hoogly
22. Prof. Mridula Bhadauria
Dean, Faculty of Advanced studies in Social Sciences, Professor& Head, Deptt. Of Education, CSJM University, Kanpur-208024
23. Sri Jogendranath Barma
DIET, Cooch-Behar, P.O. Cooch Behar, Distt: Cooch Behar West Bengal-736101
24. Dr. Jai Prakash
Principal, Jan Nayak Ch. Devi Lal (PG) College of Education, PBNo. 81m Barnala Road, Sirsa-125055
25. Dr. Biswaranjan Manna
Principal DIET Howrah
26. Shri SaswataSamanta
Research Fellow SCERT, WB
27. Prof. Lokesh Kumar Verma
Dean& Head, Dept of Education, University of Jammu, Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, New Campus, Jammu, Tawi-180006, Jammu & Kashmir
28. Tapan Kumar Mallick
Principal, DIET, Burdwan, WB
29. Pradeep Kumar Goshal
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, Howrah, WB
30. Prof. Ch. Vijayalakshmi
Prof. of Education, MIG II, Block-24, Flat-14, A.P.H.B Bagh Lingaupally, Hyderabad-500044
31. Sri Bikas Samanta
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, Uttar Dinajpur, WB
32. Shri Gautam Bhattacharya
Research Fellow SCERT, WB
33. Dr. Adelaide Vaz
Principal, St. Xavier’s Institute of Education, #40-A, New Marine Lines, Opp. State Bank, Churchgate Branch, Mumbai-400020
34. Sri Ranjit Samanta
Principal DIET, Paschimmedinipur, WB
35. Smt. SuklaSalkar
Sr. Lecturer, DIET, WB
36. Dr. Harish C.S. Rathore
Prof. Dept. of Education, Banras Hindu University, Kamachha, Varnasi-221010, Uttar Pradesh.
Res. A-5, Principal Colony Banaras, Hindu University (B.H.U0 Campus, Varanasi-221005
37. Shri Milan Kumar Saha
Principal DIET, Dinapur
38. Sr. Dipak Mandal
Sr. Lecturer DIET Paschimmedinipur, WB
39. Prof. Avinash Grewal
Former Prof. & Dean RIE, Bhopal NCERT 155, Aradhna Nagar, Kotra, Sultanabad, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh-462003
40. Prof. G.N.P. Srivastava
Prof. (Retd), RIE, Bhopal NCERT H.No. E-7, Fortune Prestige E-8 Ext, Bawaria Kala, Bhopal-462039 MP
41. Prof. Sridhar Vashishtha
Prof. & Head (Retd) Lal Bahadur Shastri Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, H.No. 429/7, URBAAN Estate, Gurgoan-122001
42. Prof. C.B. Sharma
Professor School of Education IGNOU New Delhi-110068
43. Dr. Pranab Kr. Choudhary
Principal, D.H.T. College, Disper College of Education Bompass Town, Deoghar Jharkand- 814114
44. Prof. R.R. Singh
2/128, Vinay Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow-226010