The Tripura Teacher Recruitment Board has informed the candidates for trainer recruitment that the Diploma in Elementary Education (DLEd) obtained from the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) is absolutely legitimate. The board stated that this determination has been taken in view of the choice of the Tripura High Court. The board stated "necessary steps will be taken after the lockdown is over".
The NIOS D.El.Ed diploma was awarded to candidates who accomplished the NIOS coaching program for untrained lecturers.
However, some states have refused to simply accept this diploma as unlawful.
In 2019, the DLED holders of Bihar have been disqualified for trainer recruitment. The 18-month DLAD program was organized for hundreds of thousands of lecturers who have been untrained and threatened to go away their jobs as a result of Right to Education Act. . <! –
In 2017, NIOS had achieved this course to about 13-14 lakh lecturers. For this, particular approval was obtained by passing a legislation in Parliament.
However, after doing this course, when the lecturers finding out in non-public colleges of Bihar utilized for presidency recruitment, the Bihar authorities requested the NCTE about whether or not these lecturers are eligible for recruitment. In response, the NCTE termed the 18-month DLAD program as invalid. The interval of 18 months was stated to be six months lower than the interval required for trainer recruitment. In January 2020, the Patna High Court dominated in favor of the candidates.