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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 1026-1030

Keywords : Privatisation Quality Teacher Education.;

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The thirst for quality in teacher education has been a developmental agenda of all developed and developing countries of the world as teacher education plays vital role in reforming and strengthening the education system of any country. Since government has failed to respond quickly to the demand of changing society and aspirations of individuals and learners, there has been a mushroom growth of private teacher education institutions to meet such needs and aspirations. In the last one decade the number of teacher education colleges has enormously expanded. However in the name of quality education, those institutions collects heavy capitation fee from the students, studies conducted by Ravi, 2015; Shankar, 2016: Mahanwar and Rajavi (2012) support this proposition. As there is a high demand of teacher education courses in India and since the government has failed to provide teacher education to the needy learner, many deserving students are not able to enrolled themselves in private teacher education colleges due to heavy capitation fee and non-deserving students are enrolled themselves to get a certificate for the purpose of job only. This paper aim to examine the impact of privatisation with its factors, challenges and major concern of teacher education by analysing different research studies, books, reports, policies, programmes and practices of teacher education in India.

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