Indian National Education Policy 2020: Teacher Education as Part of University System, and Stand-Alone Institutions

Authors

  • Santosh Panda Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

Keywords:

Teacher education, Indian national education policy, stand-alone teacher education, composite teacher education

Abstract

At the backdrop on the recent National Education Policy-2020 in India, this paper takes stock of university-based teacher education globally, reflects on the proposition of all teacher education to come under higher education, analyses the position of stand-alone/ composite teacher education institutions, and outlines the latest teacher educator curriculum and the role of teacher educators in this changing scenario.

Author Biography

Santosh Panda, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

Professor Santosh Panda is a professor of distance education at Indira Gandhi National Open University; and former Director of Association of Indian Universities (AIU); former Director of Flexible Learning, University of South Pacific; former Fulbright Scholar, University of New Mexico, USA; and former Chairperson of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), Government of India 2013-16 during which the reformative NCTE Regulation 2014 was drafted and gazette notified.

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Published

2021-10-01

How to Cite

Panda, S. . (2021). Indian National Education Policy 2020: Teacher Education as Part of University System, and Stand-Alone Institutions. Staff and Educational Development International, 24(2), 51-65. Retrieved from http://journal.netsed.net/index.php/sedi/article/view/88