CBSE Cancels Registration of 26 Schools, Know List of Schools BLACKLISTED by CBSE Here

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Cancels Registration of 26 Schools 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled the registration of 26 schools in Bihar for failing to comply with its parameters. The CBSE’s monitoring body was keeping a lens on these schools for the last few years and had urged them, from time to time, to improve their facilities but they did not heed it.

Sources have said that the schools were taking higher charges in terms of annual fee, monthly fee, and admission fee but not providing the adequate facilities in the schools. Eventually, the board has taken the decision to cancel the registration.

LIST OF SCHOOLS BLACKLISTED BY CBSE

Those schools are Patna Muslim High School, AVN English School, Kiddy Convent High School, New Delhi Public School, Sherwood School, Doon Public School, Digdarshan Secondary School, Nizamia Public School, AVN School, Sindhu Public School, National Convent High School, Denobili Mission School, Sharon’s Public School, T. Raza High School, SDV Public School, Ashwini Public School, Model St Michael High School, Plazma Pathways School and Holy Faith International Public School in Patna district.

Besides, the 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 registration cancelled.

The CBSE has advised parents against admitting their children into these rejected institutions in light of this cancellation. Furthermore, as a compassionate measure, approximately 7,000 students preparing for upcoming board examinations have been granted special consideration to proceed with their exams. However, any fresh registrations from these schools for the current academic session will be deemed invalid.

IMPLICATIONS AND WARNING TO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

This decisive action by the CBSE serves as a stern warning to educational institutions, emphasising the imperative nature of maintaining requisite standards for the benefit and welfare of students.

(With inputs from Agencies)

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