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How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

I have seen different books being used to teach students of class 6th and 7th in two different CBSE schools, how is that explainable?... Read More


Trust vs Society vs Section 8 Company,Which suits best to school starters?

Trusts, Societies and Section 8 companies are non-proprietary organizations, which means that they are set up to provide service to the community and not with a profit motive. In India, educational institutions are mandatorily established by a Trust or Society or a Section 8 company. This rule obvio... Read More


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

Is it possible for a private school to apply only CTET qualified teachers or use CTET scores to employ teachers?... Read More


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

I wish to open a CBSE school in Bangalore. We are at the stage of forming the non-proprietary organization—trust , society or company. Which of the three is most suitable as far as the running of a CBSE school is concerned?... Read More


How to Start a New School in India?

How long a school should run before applying for CBSE affiliation? I have opened a school in chennai last year... Read More


CBSE still mulling over the matter of promotion of students

The remainder of current class 10 and 12 has been postponed by the CBSE officially, however, a notification with regards to class 1 to 9 and 11 is yet to come. In view of the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 situation, many state boards have declared to promote students, except for those in 10 and... Read More


School Education Quality Index of Niti Aayog puts Delhi in third place among UTs

The UTS of Chandigarh and Dadar and Nagar Haveli have outranked Delhi. The rankings are based on the school education quality index released by NITI Aayog.The school quality index used in the assessment is the first of its kind.... Read More


Artificial Intelligence to be introduced in CBSE Schools

Making the year 2018 eventful with changes that really altered the state of affairs, Central Board of Secondary Education is not seeming complacent.  Come January, the schools start applying... Read More


CBSE expresses reservations on the draft NEP’s recommendation for 24 subject multiple board exam

CBSE has voiced its concern over the recommendations made in the draft national education policy rooting for multiple board exams and inclusion of 24 subjects for the board exams. The NEP which is to come into effect since 2020 for next 20 years have made several provisions that have raised question... Read More


Manuals Released for the Improvement of CBSE Schools

The board has issued a circular for the principals of the affiliated schools wherein it has directed that the manuals be downloaded and discussions on them be organized before they are adopted for implementation.... Read More


Failing two qualification exams would mean retirement for M.P. school teachers

It was stated by the minister that “After failing to crack the first test, these teachers again underwent training and given opportunity to appear in the exam. Those who have failed in both the tests will be given the compulsory retirement.”... Read More


A look at important developments in school education in the decade

As the decade nears its end, we try and look back to find out how these past years have contributed to the evolution of education in the country.... Read More


6 Things to Keep in Mind Before Choosing Classroom Projectors

Today classroom projectors are the key components of the top digital educational spaces. A portal to engage media where every student can be focused and can actively participate.... Read More


21 KV buildings are judged as unsafe to be housing schools, in an audit

The infrastructure of the government schools has been reported to be in a dismal state. This state of affairs does not merely apply to the primary schools in rural India as evidenced by the report regarding Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV) or Central Schools. It has been reported that in excess of 20 KVs ar... Read More


Delhi schools’ happiness classes are busters of stress

Delhi schools have apparently find the way to dispel stress in children with the aid of what are aptly called Happiness Class. The anatomy of a typical happiness class contain simple playful exercises including rubbing of hands and putting them on the eyes to relax, motivational talks and meditation... Read More


Does change in CBSE bye laws affect affiliated schools?

Over the last week, there has been a volley of questions from the school management of CBSE affiliated schools we helped establish as well as management of upcoming CBSE schools. It is critical to bring clarity about the affects of the change in CBSE bye laws, hence this article.... Read More


Policies to Enhance Quality in Government Sector

In a country, education is the foremost and dominant sector which needs proper emphasis for the growth of the nation. The government both central and state plays a significant role in looking after the quality of education which is being provided in all the educational institutions.... Read More


Bravery at its Best, Inspiring Stories of Young Children

Bravery can be defined as a state of mind, a daring act of showing selfless service to those who gets trapped in perilous situations. In 2019, the government decided to distance itself from the ICCW after they had been put under the scanner by the Delhi high court over financial integrity. Every ... Read More


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