Present Scenario of Secondary Teacher Education in North Eastern States of India

Author Name : Chaitali Kundu
Volume : II, Issue :X,June - 2017
Published on : 2017-06-29 , By : IRJI Publication

Abstract :

India is a land with full of cultural and social diversities, though a uniformity is observed in the basic structure of education as well as teacher education. The North Eastern part of India comprises of a large number of States: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura. Geographically, politically, economically, educationally and socially this particular part of India is different from rest of the country, where the process of development in all sectors of public life has been slow and disturbed. From the last few years, this region has gained special attention of Government of India and various measures have been taken for educational development of this region. As a part of educational development, the teacher education sector has also been taken into account, as teacher education is the back bone for qualitative improvement in school education. All the States of this region have its own cultural heritage, a historical background of teache