Choudhary, Babu Rao. (2003). Teacher Education: A Study of DIETs, CTEs and IASEs with Special Reference to NPE 1986: A Descriptive Study. Unpublished. Ph.D., Education. Andhra University.
The objectives of study were: (1)
To study the Structural and Functional aspects of IASE s and CTE s. (2) To
study whether the objectives of NPE are realized though DIET s, CTE s and
IASE s. (3) To find out the Quality concerns of the courses organized by IASE s
and DIET s. (4) To find out whether the fund made available to these institutions
is spent for which it is meant. (5) To study the status of these institutions
in Andhra Pradesh in terms of grants receive, building, equipment, staff and
programmes. (6) To study the participants perceived training needs. (7) To
compare the B.Ed. trainees and in service teachers under various variables.
Sample comprised of 500 teachers. Out of which,
300 were pre - service and 200 in - service teachers and head of secondary and primary schools. Investigator developed Questionnaire and Check
Lists for data collection.The present study was Normative Survey in
The data were analyzed by
computing Mean, Median, Skewness, Kurtosis and CR.
The findings of study were: (1)
All the DIET s, CTE s and IASE s have received grants for the construction of
building and the purchase of equipment. But IASE, Kakateeya University
has not purchased equipment. (2) The staff position of IASE s is the major
problem and recruitments are made on ad-hoc basis. (3) The programmes conducted
are not adequate, but average in the case of IASE, Osmania, Government IASE, Rajahmundry and IASE, Andhra University.
Where as, the programmes are described to be below average in the case of S.V. University
and Government IASE, Kurnool.
IASE of Kakateeya University mentioned that 25 in service programmes were
planned but not orgranised. (4) All most all the DIET s have full- fledge
staff on regular basis where as teaching staff of IASEâ€™s University are
recruited on consolidated pay and their appointment being reviewed every year.
(5) The CTE of Warangal has no hostel facility and building was not completed
in CTE of Nagarjuna Sagar. Both CTEs, Warngal and Mehaboob Nagar appear to have
better equipment than that of Nagarjuna Sagar. The staff position appears to be
inadequate in all the three CTE s and IASE s The programmes organized by CTEâ€™s
are considered to be average in the case of Warangal and Mehaboob Nagar and below average
in the case of Nagarjuna Sagar. (6) Whatever may be the number of programmes,
for most of the programmes most of the participants mentioned that the
programmes are useful, need based and also satisfactory.
Keyword(s): Teacher Education, DIETs, NPE 1986, Descriptive Study, NPE 1986