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CBSE asked its schools to frame service rules for the teachers CBSE asked its schools to frame service rules for the teachers Recently, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) directed all its affiliated schools to frame the service rules for the teachers. CBSE asked the schools to do so because it has received various complaints regarding the violation of the norms.A communication sent to schools by the CBSE stated, "It has been noticed that in spite of provisions under the Right To Education (RTE) Act, 2009, and affiliation bye- laws, the appointment of teachers with prescribed procedures and qualifications, service condition of the teachers, their professional development and mechanism for redressal of their grievance are not adhered to by some schools." "A number of complaints have been received against affiliated schools alleging payment of partial salary, delay in disbursement of salary and allowances, promotion and non-availability of welfare measures for teachers, retaining the teachers after schools hours, engaging them in the non-education activities.
More than 150 schools in Delhi are refunding excess fees More than 150 schools in Delhi are refunding excess fees Few weeks ago, in order to protect the interest of the children and their parents Delhi government issued a show cause notice to 449 schools in Delhi and gave them two weeks to refund the extra fees they have charged. As a result of this many schools issued public notices in the newspapers in which they asked the parents to come and take the refund. "These schools have been sent notices in the past, yet they are not complying. We have two options as per rules. Either take over the school or de-recognize them.
Delhi High Court directed private and unaided schools to return excess fee Delhi High Court directed private and unaided schools to return excess fee In its recent order, Delhi High Court directed 98 private and unaided schools to refund excess fee (75 percent) and deposit the fee as cash/FDR/ bank guarantee with registrar within 10 days of time.According to government officials the collective amount owned by schools in terms of excess fee is INR 300 crore. Last month, the Delhi government's proposal to take over the 449 private and unaided schools if they don’t return the excess fee got official nod from L-G Anil Balaji.
For better security, Directorate of Education direct schools to install CCTV cameras For better security, Directorate of Education direct schools to install CCTV cameras For the better safety of children in the schools, Directorate of Education has asked all the schools to install CCTV cameras for the 360 degree view of the school.“In exercise of powers delegated under Rule 43 of the Delhi School Education Rules, 1973, all private unaided recognized schools are directed to install sufficient number of CCTV cameras and cover all classrooms, labs, corridors, parking, library, vacant rooms, areas outside washrooms, and all isolated areas.
Four schools of Chandigarh ranked among the top 10 in India Chandigarh, September 12: Chandigarh is one of the beautiful cities and is now emerging as an education hub too. Four schools of Chandigarh have been ranked amongst the top 10 in India in various categories in the latest Education World India School Rankings 2017. Notably, Education World India School Rankings 2017 is an annual nationwide survey of the top 1000 schools across India. In the Girls Day Schools category, Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh was ranked No. 2, an improvement in last year when it was ranked at No.4.
CBSE amends order, allows schools to run shops to sell books New Delhi Amending its April directive, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now allowed schools to open shops on premises to sell NCERT books, stationery and other material required by students. 
CBSE asks schools to conduct psychometric evaluation of staff The board has asked schools to complete the evaluation process within two months and implement the other guidelines, failing which they would face derecognition. 
CBSE school fees should follow state govt's norms: Chairman R K Chaturvedi Gandhinagar: Fees charged by the schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education should be as per the norms fixed by the state government, CBSE chairman R K Chaturvedi said on Saturday.
Education System in India Should be Totally Autonomous: Narayana Murthy New Delhi, Aug 29: Infosys co-founder N R Narayana Murthy has said schools and colleges in India need to be made autonomous to ensure students can think "independently" and find scientific solutions to the country's problems. ".children have to be encouraged and equipped to become contributors to solving huge problems that confront us everyday. India probably has more problems facing its citizens than any other country in the world, " Murthy said while delivering the first Professor MGK Menon Memorial Lecture last evening.
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