CBSE Takes Action: Cancels Registrations of 26 Bihar Schools, Including Major Ones in Patna and Gaya
Major Schools in Patna and Gaya Affected
The Reason for CBSE’s Drastic Step
These schools were reportedly charging high fees for admissions and regular expenses while failing to provide the necessary facilities. This discrepancy prompted the CBSE to cancel their registrations, and the list of these schools is now available on the CBSE website. Parents are advised against admitting their children to these schools.
Impact on Current Students
Temporary Relief for Board Exam Candidates
Approximately 7,000 students enrolled in these institutions, who are set to appear in upcoming board exams, have been given a one-time exemption to continue their exams. However, future registrations from these schools will not be recognized after the current academic session.
Wider Impact: 36 Schools Affected
Full List Of Schools Whose Registration withdrawn
Ashwini Public School, AVN English School, AVN School, Denobili Mission School, Digdarshan Secondary School, Doon Public School, Holy Faith International Public School, Kiddy Convent High School, Model St Michael High School, National Convent High School, New Delhi Public School, Nizamia Public School, Patna Muslim High School, Plazma Pathways School, SDV Public School, Sharon’s Public School, Sherwood School, Sindhu Public School, and T. Raza High School in Patna district.
Jharkhand Schools Also Impacted
This cancellation extends beyond Bihar, affecting 10 schools in Jharkhand. Over 7,000 students from these schools, preparing for the CBSE board exam 2024, have also been granted a one-time exemption. CBSE has clarified that new registrations from a total of 36 schools, including those in Bihar and Jharkhand, will not be valid moving forward.
School List of Gaya And Munger And Darbhanga
IQRA Academy, Darbhanga, RD Public School, Hajipur, Takshila School, Muzaffarpur, Rise High Public School, Aurangabad, Takshila School, Gaya, Arya Bal Shanti Niketan, Munger, and Ramashray Roy Public School, Darbhanga, have had their cbse registrations cancelled.
Persistent Facility Issues
Despite CBSE’s efforts to get these schools to improve their amenities, they have continually failed to do so, all while imposing higher fees on students.
CBSE Action on Schools:
CBSE Board Exam 2024 Schedule Announced
Setting the Stage for Upcoming Exams
Amidst these developments, CBSE has released the timetable for the 2024 board exams for classes 10 and 12. The theory exams for the academic year 2023-24 are scheduled from February 15 to April 10, 2024. The practical exams for regular regions are slated to take place between January 1 and February 15, 2024.
In conclusion, CBSE’s cancellation of registrations for these schools is a strong message about the importance of maintaining educational standards and ensuring the well-being of students. This decision highlights the board’s commitment to quality education and adherence to guidelines.
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