The latest notification was issued by the Higher Education Commission, Government of Pakistan Islamabad, on 30th December 2022, in relation to the implementation of HEC Revised Teacher Education RoadMap 20,23. The letter was issued by the Office of the Deputy Director (Curriculum).
Development and review of academic standards at the undergraduate and graduate levels are one of the major functions of the Higher Education Commission (HEC). According to the National Curriculum Review Committee recommendations in the discipline ‘Education,’ the Teacher Education Roadmap was revised and sent for implementation.
Revised HEC Teacher Education Roadmap 2023 Key Points Below
HEC Teacher Education Roadmap 2023 Notification
Teacher Education Roadmap 2023 Key Points By HEC
- Candidates who have earned an Associate Degree in Education (ADE), will be permitted to enroll in the fifth semester or third year in a four-year B.Ed. program. Get AIOU B.ed Admission 2023 Prospectus
- Candidates who have an Associate Degree in a discipline other than Education, or two-year-old BA/BSc degrees (now obsolete) will be admitted to the fifth semester or third year in a four-year B.Ed. After completing the required courses (15-18 credit hours), the admissions university will admit you to the bridging semester.
- MA Education, M.Ed., and BS Education will be considered equivalent to B.Ed. 4 years/B.Ed. (Hons), B.Ed. 2.5 after 14 years of qualification, and B.Ed.1.5 following 16 years of qualification.
- Graduates with 16 years of experience or equivalent qualification in a discipline other than education and who are interested in pursuing a B.Ed. The degree can be used to enroll in B.Ed.1.5, which consists of 45-54 credit hours of coursework.
- Non-relevant graduates with 16 years of experience will need to take 18 credit hours of deficiency courses as part of their MS/MPhil Education program. This is determined by the admission university on a case-to-case basis.
- Teacher Education Degrees will be referred to as “Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.).” From Fall 2023, the only acceptable nomenclature for teacher education degrees is “Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)”
- There are strands such as Early Childhood Education, Elementary, Secondary Education, etc., and specializations such as Curriculum, Assessment, and Academic planning. Only transcripts will be accepted and not degrees.
- This information has been sent to all heads of universities, public and private, as well as the degree-awarding institutions via an official letter.