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Supreme Court: No rational for NCTE to deny recognition

Facts

The facts in the petition have been decided by this common judgment. The petitioners are not granted recognition for Academic Year 2021-22 but instead granted recognition for 2022­-2023.

Observations

  1. It could thus be seen that recognition has been granted by NCTE or its Regional Committees on scrutiny of the applications submitted by the institutions, the documents attached therewith, the affidavits submitted and the reports received from Visiting Teams and videography
  2. It also mentions that the Committee was satisfied that the applicant(s) fulfills the requirement under the provisions of NCTE Act, rules and relevant Regulations, after considering the certificates issued from the affiliating bodies.
  3. The order also records its satisfaction with regard to Norms and Standards for the teacher education programme such as instructional facilities,
    infrastructural facilities, financial resources, etc. for running the programme.

Judgment

Allowed.

Link to the official Judgment

https://main.sci.gov.in/supremecourt/2021/11182/11182_2021_32_1502_29166_Judgement_11-Aug-2021.pdf

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