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How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

is there a law under RTE to accommodate students even if they show up in middle of the academic year?... Read More


How to Start a New School in India?

I want to open a high school in Chennai and enroll students though an entrance exam, do reservations apply?... Read More


How to establish a boarding school in India

Is the prohibition of corporal punishment (RTE 2009) apply to the wardens of the residential schools?... Read More


Question of Vacant RTE seats and Loss of School’s Revenue—case of Maharashtra

The number of RTE quota seats filled stand at 46,900 while the total number of seats in the Maharashtra is as high as 2.44 lacs. Faced with a deadlock, or at least a bottleneck, there are suggestions coming in from various quarters, notably from the schools themselves.... Read More


Schools cannot force non-NCERT, non-SCERT books on students in the name of “value addition”

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), in a bid to facilitate affordable and quality education, has asked the state education department and the education board to curtail the need of students for amassing books other than the ones prescribed or published by the National Cou... Read More


Corporal Punishment in Schools and teacher culture

While going through Right to Education act one comes across a relatively less talked about the provision which is corporal punishment. I have tried to share information and insights on the subject in this article based not only on what the act itself states but also how it is perceived and to what e... Read More


National Independent School Alliance questions the exclusion of the mention of Direct Benefit Transfer in the NEP draft

National Education Policy is posed as a democratic and inclusive draft, however, there are issues which have found vocal detractors. The fiercest opposition that erupted in the wake of NEP promulgation was against the imposition of Hindi as a compulsory subject. The order was rescinded eventually.... Read More


Delhi HC grants interim relief to EWS school students facing expulsion

In yet another instance of ambiguity highlighted in the provisions for the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) in school education, a school in Delhi has instigated expulsion of 10 class IX students for non-payment of fee.... Read More


Use of CSR Budget to Improve Early Childhood Education in India

Educationists opine that elementary education plays a vital role in charting the development of an individual. Through preschools, children get exposure to the world around and develop an affinity for learning. Social statistics demonstrate that children who had the opportunity to complete elementar... Read More


Policy Changes Warranted to Ease Opening Private Schools

Private Schools in India are non-proprietary enterprises. Procedures to open a school in India must be eased to the highest possible degree to excel in the global developmental race, given that school promoters are committing their resources to educate children of India and contributing to the most ... Read More


How is India beating gender inequality through girls’ education

With gender equality being considered as a sine qua non for attainment of the development goals, the urgency attached to the question of girls’ education in India and across the world is gaining importance. Gender roles have substantially shifted but it can hardly be contested that opportunities for... Read More


Reopening of 4,000 schools likely in Rajasthan

Several decisions pertaining to education in the state of Rajasthan taken by the last BJP dispensation are being revisited and reviewed by the ruling Congress government. This includes the revision of the textbooks nullifying the changes made under the BJP government and revisiting the merger of 4,0... Read More


How Experts Reacted to the Congress' Election Promise to Bring School Education under State List?

The election manifesto of the Congress party reflects what its leaders envisage for the school education in India. The agenda includes shifting of school education to State List besides allocating greater share of GDP to school education. There is hope as well as skepticism regarding the stance of t... Read More


CSR Spending for Improvement of School Education

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) contributions has been mandated by Government of India for all companies meeting specified financial thresholds. Certain areas of socioeconomic development have been specified as well, school education being one of them.... 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


Strategies to Consider for CSR in School Education

If you are thinking to commit CSR funds for improvement of a school and want to go beyond upgrading the infrastructure and add value to the educational ecosystem it is very essential to understand in detail how those who have secured such educational systems in the world actually did it.... Read More


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