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This category will include all the schools affiliated provisionally on the date of notification of these bye laws.
Schools already affiliated with other Boards of School/Secondary education to the Central Board of Secondary Education are granted affiliation under this category.
One time regular Affiliation will be granted to the categories of schools under clauses 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 2.1.3 and 2.1.4.
Every affiliated school will develop their own website containing comprehensive information such as Affiliation status, details of infrastructure, details of teachers including qualifications, number of students, address-postal and e-mail, telephone nos., copies of transfer certificates issued, etc. as may be directed by the Board from time to time. The website so created should also have information with regard to fees charged.
Every school should appoint Physical Education Teacher in the prescribed grade with PET to pupil ratio of 1:500 at each stage i.e. Primary Level/Secondary Level and Sr. Secondary level and they should be designated as PRT (Physical Education) , TGT (Physical Education) and PGT (Physical Education).
Every Secondary and Senior Secondary school should appoint a person on full time basis for performing the duties of Special Educator. The appointment and qualifications of Special Educator shall be in accordance with guidelines laid down by the Board and the minimum requirements laid down by Rehabilitation Council of India in this regard.
Every Secondary and Senior Secondary school shall appoint a person on full time basis for performing the duties of Counselor & Wellness Teacher.
The person appointed as Counselor and wellness teacher shall be either a Graduate/Post Graduate in psychology or Post Graduate in Child Development or Graduate/Post Graduate with Diploma in Career Guidance and Counseling.
Schools having enrolment of less than 300 students in classes from IX to XII can appoint a Counselor & Wellness Teacher on part-time basis.
A school affiliated with the Board is not allowed to have dual affiliation i.e. simultaneous affiliation with two boards with the same set of infrastructure and land.
In case the affiliation has been granted under switch over category, the school is required to withdraw its students from the classes of the board, to which it was earlier affiliated, in a phased manner.
The Board shall require the school to submit commencement certificate in the prescribed manner and format to the effect that the school has complied with all the conditions imposed in the grant letter and the provisions contained in clause 2.4 and sub-clause thereto and shall start class VI or IX or XI on confirmation of affiliation. The format of commencement certificate is given at Appendix-VIII.
The schools will submit No Objection Certificate (NOC) issued after due diligence by High Commission/Consulate/Embassy of India in the concerned country clearly stating that the school has been established within the legal and administrative framework of the respective country by an entity permitted to establish and run school in that country. The NOC shall clearly mention that the school fulfills all the conditions required for establishing and opening a school including land requirements in the respective country.
The school situated in foreign country shall have qualified teachers as per the qualifications prescribed in the respective country for teachers at various levels.
The school situated in foreign country shall pay salary and allowances to teachers and staff as per the prescribed norms of the respective country.
The school situated in foreign country shall constitute a School Management Committee (SMC) if the local laws of the respective country provides/mandates for the same. In case, the local laws does not provides/mandates for constitution of School Management Committee (SMC), the school shall submit a declaration/affidavit stating the same.
The school situated in foreign country shall procure and submit the Building, Fire, Water and Hygiene Safety Certificates if issued by concerned department/s in the respective country. In case, these certificates are not being issued in the respective country, the school shall submit a declaration/affidavit stating the same.
The school situated in foreign country shall maintain its accounts in accordance with applicable laws in the respective country.
Schools which fulfill all the requirements of the Affiliation Bye-Laws shall be granted affiliation for an initial period of Three Years even if not expressly mentioned in the grant letter.
Adequate ground to create outdoor facilities for at least 200-meter Athletics Track. Facilities for Kabbadi, Kho-Kho, Volleyball, basketball etc.
The school will maintain a reserve fund if the laws/regulations of the Appropriate Government so stipulates in the manner prescribed under such laws/ rules.
In case not otherwise provided by the Appropriate Government, in the event of a student discontinuing the studies or wishing to migrate to some other School, dues shall be collected only up to the month of discontinuance or migration and not up to the month in which the transfer certificate is applied for. This shall apply to all Heads of fee.
However in case of senior secondary schools offering vocational subject additional member(s) (subject expert(s) as per subject offered may be appointed.
All applications shall be submitted online only. Applications sent by handle-mail/post or any other means will not be accepted and/or processed.
Offline applications or the applications in hard copies shall not be entertained by the board.
The Board may prescribe a different procedure, format and mode of application for regular affiliation of schools mentioned in clause 2.2.6 of these bye-laws.
The Board may prescribe provisions and procedures for calling and processing applications, under various categories in this chapter, under 'ON DEMAND' category and prescribe fee for such applications accordingly.
The Board may any time get an affiliated school inspected by a committee of one or more members without giving any notice to the school.
The Board may get an affiliated school inspected by a committee of one or more members to decide on the applications of the school received as per provisions contained in Chapter-15 or for any other purpose deemed necessary by the Board.
To help in establishing a level of acceptable quality in all aspects of school functioning, the Board may decide quality assessment criterion and accordingly make it mandatory for the schools to undergo the process of quality assessment in a manner prescribed by the Board.
On any question as to the interpretation of any provision of these Bye-laws, the decision of Chairman shall be final.