Candidates for teaching positions have substantially decreased.

In the current academic session, 75% of the candidates for the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) have been admitted . D.

In the current academic session, the number of applicants for the once-coveted Teachers Education courses, especially the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed), has decreased dramatically.According to the organization, 75% of the candidates for the Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) have been admitted.Ed has been vacant at colleges in the Indore division, with about 2000 seats available, out of which about 95% were filled each year until a few years ago.In the academic year 2019-20, 90% of the seats for the two-year diploma program for pre-primary and lower primary school teachers were filled with a 10% drop.According to educationists, the number of admissions had decreased to 50% at certain colleges of the division in the academic year 2020-21, and only 25% of seats were filled by candidates in the current academic year, according to Girdhar Nagar, one of the office bearers of the Malwaanchal Education Colleges Owners Association.The state's education hub was unable to attract a large number of applicants from other states due to the absence of government job opportunities.

There was a decline in enrollments when considering that B. Ed Teachers were being offered for elementary classes in Rajasthan.Now that the court decision supports D. El.v. Alderson, it is time to consider the implications of the legal review.For Ed students, we are hoping for a good turnout this year.

Rambabu Sharma, the chairman of the Malwaanchal Education Colleges Owners Association, told Ed too.