CBSE Issues Notice To 5 Schools In Delhi Over Violation Of Norms
In another measure to regulate schools which are violating norms issued by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the board has issued notice to five schools in Delhi and nineteen other located in Haryana. These schools have been asked to reply as to why their affiliation should not be cancelled. These schools have been found violating various CBSE norms including implementation of safety measures, menthol of students as per the sanctioned strength and uploading prescribe data on their websites. The schools have been asked to submit their replies within 15 days.
A senior officer from CBSE told PTI, "The schools in Delhi which have been issued show-cause notices are Spring Fields Convent school, Ring Midyways Senior Secondary Public School, Gyanodaya Public School, Modern International School and New Sainik Public School."
The schools from Haryana which have been issued notice are from various districts such as Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Sonepat, Bhiwani, and Jhajjar.
PTI tried to contact the schools on the phone numbers provided on their website but could not reach them for a comment.
Earlier in April, CBSE had issued show-cause notice to 40 schools. Last week, the board cancelled the affiliation of three private schools in Uttar Pradesh and downgraded affiliation of two others after complaints of irregularities in the administration and functioning of the schools.
Another school in Kanpur has been debarred from admitting students to class 11 and class 12 following an inspection by CBSE officials in which they found that the school was admitting students without necessary sanction.
(With Inputs from PTI)
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