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CBSE News: CBSE Board has canceled the recognition of 20 schools from different states of the country. These include Siddharth Public School of Delhi, Bharat Mata Saraswati Bal Mandir, National Public School, Chand Ram Public Senior Secondary School and …

CBSE Canceled The Recognition of Schools: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has canceled the recognition of 20 schools. These include five schools of the capital Delhi. CBSE Board Secretary Himanshu Gupta gave this information. The board has also reduced the grade levels of three schools. Gupta said, “During a surprise inspection conducted in CBSE schools across the country to find out whether CBSE schools are being run as per the provisions and norms contained in the Affiliation and Examination Bye-Laws, it was found that some schools were using dummy students. And the ineligible candidates were committing various types of malpractices in getting admission in them and the records were not rectified,” he said. “The decision to cancel the recognition of 20 schools and reduce the grade of three was taken after a thorough investigation,” he said. Has been taken.”

Five schools of Delhi

Out of the unaffiliated schools of CBSE board, five schools are from Delhi. These include Delhi’s Siddharth Public School, Bharat Mata Saraswati Bal Mandir, National Public School, Chand Ram Public Senior Secondary School and Marigold Public School, while Uttar Pradesh’s Loyal Public School (Bulandshahr), Trinity World School (Gautam Buddh Nagar), Crescent Convent. School (Ghazipur). In the list of unaffiliated schools, there are three in Uttar Pradesh, two each in Kerala, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra and one each in Jammu and Kashmir, Uttarakhand, Assam and Madhya Pradesh. Let us tell you that the ‘downgraded’ schools include schools in Delhi, Punjab and Assam. This also includes Prince UCH Secondary School located in Sikar, Rajasthan and Global Indian International School located in Jodhpur.

These schools of Chhattisgarh

Dronacharya Public School and Vicon School in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Rahul International School (Thane) and Pioneer Public School (Pune) in Maharashtra, PVS Public School (Malappuram) and Mother Teresa Memorial Central School (Thiruvananthapuram) in Kerala, SAI in Guwahati, Assam. RNS Academy, Sardar Patel Public School (Bhopal) in Madhya Pradesh, Kartar Public School (Kathua) in Jammu and Kashmir and Gyan Einstein International School (Dehradun) in Uttarakhand are also in the list.

The grades of these schools decreased

The schools downgraded include Vivekananda School in Delhi, Shri Dashmesh Senior Secondary Public School in Bathinda, Punjab and Shri Ram Academy in Barpeta, Assam. Crores of students preparing for engineering and medical entrance exams prefer to take admission in dummy schools, so that they can completely focus on preparing for competitive exams. They do not attend classes and directly appear for the board exams. Recently, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan had said in an interview to ‘PTI-Bhasha’ that the issue of dummy schools can no longer be ignored. Pradhan had said that although the number of such students is not very high compared to the total number of students…but the time has come for serious discussion and deliberation on this subject.

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