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CBSE School Admission: New age limit for admission in class 1 upsets parents, know details

CBSE School Admission: The academic session of CBSE Board is starting from next month. Meanwhile, admissions are also going on in CBSE schools. CBSE schools have implemented new age limit rules for admission in Class I.

New Delhi: CBSE School Admission: CBSE Board i.e. Central Board of Secondary Education is a national education board, which has more than 24 thousand schools in the country. Every year lakhs of children appear for CBSE 10th and 12th board exams from this board. At present, CBSE Board examinations are continuing to end and the wait for CBSE Board Result 2024 has begun. This time between CBSE Board Exams 2024 and CBSE Result 2024 is also for admission from class 1 onwards. In the latest update, there is an uproar regarding the admission of children in CBSE schools in Hyderabad. Actually, CBSE schools in Hyderabad have increased the admission fees by implementing the new limit rule for admission in class 1, due to which parents are confused. This is because there is no regulation on school fees in the state.

CBSE school authorities have implemented a new age limit rule for admission to Class I along with a 10% increase in admission fees. According to a report by the Tirupati Reddy Committee, admission fees in some schools have been increased by 10-30%, with fees for Class I ranging from Rs 70,000 to Rs 80,000. There is a discrepancy in the age limit between CBSE and State Board (SSC) schools in Hyderabad. CBSE has set the minimum age for Class I at six years compared to five for SSC.

Parents in Hyderabad argue that the six-year age limit for admission to Class 1 in CBSE schools is not a new rule, but has been implemented recently by schools. Parents say that the age limit rules should be the same in CBSE board and SSC schools. Parents urge the education department to resolve this issue immediately.

Hyderabad Parents Association said that most private schools, especially those with CBSE board, complete admissions by November or December and the chances for later are very slim, The Pioneer reported. Despite millions of protests and complaints from parents, there has been no government intervention regarding fees.

Shyamu Maurya
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