The supreme court of India has stayed the order on the decision of Patna High court in which the combined entrance examination for admission in B.Ed College of the state was justified .The High court had had ordered the state government including the Universities to take combined admission test within one month .
Islamia TT B.Ed College ( Phulwari) , TakshaShila B.Ed College and another minorities B.Ed college had filed a Special Leave Petition (SLP) in the Supreme court in the against of the decision of the High court . Whose was heard by the bench of Justice Dipak Mishra and justice Amitabh Rai . The bench ordered to file an affidavit to National Council for Teachers Education (NCTE) and all Universities of Bihar within a month .The stayed will be till the completion of hearing by the Supreme Court.
After the decision of Supreme Court , the situation has become uncertain for the examination of 40,000 students of 300 B.Ed colleges in Bihar .The majority of affected students are of session 2015 and 2018. It is worth to mention that Patna High court had freed those minorities B.Ed colleges from CAT which were operating according to rules since the last 25 years .
The Colleges had fixed maximum fees Rs 95,000 for admission in B.Ed .But which had been termed wrong by the court .The court said that the decision of supreme court was not taken into consideration at the time of fixing fees for admission .
While the governor had brought regulations and ordinance for admission for two years B.Ed under the University of Bihar . The main reason for this ordinance was to bring equality in the education of B.Ed curriculum and preparation of merit list all-together..