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Monthly Newsletter |September 2019 | Volume 05


Dear readers,

 

I am happy to present before you the newsletter for the month of September.

 

CBSE remained in news as it directed the affiliated schools to adhere to the SOP while dealing with subject of change of subjects in class 10 and 12 and for stopping coaching classes in the school premises. The registration fee of board examinations was revised earlier. These regulatory notices were in the pipeline for several months prior to their announcement in August. Other things that transpired and caught our attention include the launching of a digital database of academicians and survey of security standards in Bangalore schools besides the introduction of student feedback recording system for teacher assessment that was introduced in the state of Odisha.

 

With the hope that you are finding the newsletter handy and informative, I reiterate my appeal for participation in discussion and your valuable comments to enrich School Serv initiatives further.

 

Happy Schooling !

Vinod Kakumanu


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