Search Results For : Boarding-School-Set-Up

How to Start School and get IGCSE affiliation?

Can a state board school become an IGCSE school?... Read More

CBSE Completes 90 years, HRD to release coffee table book Chronicling them

The board’s journey from its initiation as the Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana in 1929 to one of the biggest school education boards in world has been chronicled in the said coffee-table book.... Read More

Land and Infrastructure needed for CBSE affiliation

Hello Vinod I am Payal from Gujarat. I am planning to start a school in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat (Dhrangadhra). I need support in setting it up starting from board requirements. I would like to understand how do you work & what will be your consultation fee. Thanks... Read More

Defence Ministry Approves 21 New Sainik Schools

It was recently announced by the Indian Ministry of Defence that it has approved the setting up of 21 new Sainik Schools in the country. This is being done in partnership with NGOs, private schools and state governments.... Read More

A New Regulation by the Government: Uniformity in Board Exam Scores

With the aim of bringing about ‘uniformity’ across the state and central boards, central authorities are planning for a ‘benchmark framework’ to assess secondary and higher secondary students. At present the boards follow different set up of evaluations, leading to disparity in results.... Read More

India’s First National Assessment Regulator - PARAKH

India's first national assessment regulator PARAKH (Performance Assessment, Review and Analysis of Knowledge for Holistic Development), is tasked to work on establishing standards and guidelines for student assessment and evaluation. This will be applicable to all recognized school boards in the cou... Read More

CBSE to Launch PMKVY 4.0 under Skill Hub Initiative to Empower Students

In a proactive move towards enhancing students' employability, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed all affiliated schools to launch Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) 4.0 under the Skill Hub initiative. This directive underscores CBSE's commitment to equipping stude... Read More

CBSE to regulate class 9, 11 admissions of its affiliated schools

As per the recent announcement made on the behalf of the CBSE, the board will now regulate the admissions for class IX and XI in all the schools affiliated to the board. The move is unprecedented as the board has never been directly involved in the admission process.... Read More

How to establish a boarding school in India

Promoters looking to start a boarding school have certain choices, The school can either be an exclusive residential school or it can be day school with facility of hostel for students as well. There are residential schools affiliated to every educational board including the CBSE, CISCE, state bo... Read More

interviews for TGT aspirants in government-aided schools scrapped

Procedural regulations regarding the appointment of the trained graduate teachers (TGT) are set to be amended in Uttar Pradesh. After the amendment, the interview stage of the selection procedure of TGT will be omitted and the selection will be based on the merit list which will be prepared based on... Read More

Low attendance cases not to go unreported, CBSE seeks regular update from schools

A recent directive from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) directs schools to report all cases in which student’s attendance in the class is short to CBSE. The reports must accompany supporting documents. The call with regard to the eligibility of the students with inadequate attendance... Read More

NEP 2020: Systems to Reform School Education

The NEP has a precursor in the form of the comprehensive National Curricular Framework, as far as school education is concerned. The timeline for the conceptualization, creation and implementation was originally set as 2020-21.... Read More

12 Schools of Applied Learning to be Set Up by Delhi Government

After "Schools of Specialised Excellence," Delhi will soon have 12 "Schools of Applied Learning," where the emphasis will be on the practical application of academic abilities rather than rote memorization, according to Delhi Education Minister, Atishi.... Read More

Metaverse in the Indian Education Sector

Meta (formerly Facebook) has announced its plan to expand partnership with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India’s largest school board. This partnership includes training in augmented reality (AR) to millions of students and about a million teachers over the coming three years. As ... Read More

Major Changes Expected in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws

CBSE affiliation bye-laws are set for an overhaul. The proposals containing guidelines for far-reaching changes in the examination policy and affiliation bye-laws have been drafted and sent for consideration to Ministry of Human Resource and Development for approval. The proposal that is being const... Read More

Comparing CBSE and ICSE Boards

Which board of education to choose? That is a question that occurs to every parent who happens to have a choice. Now as the nation is developing the numbers of parents with such choice is bound to grow. There are various opinions that end up shaping the choice of the parents with regard to the educa... Read More

Importance of Planning While Starting a New School

Education is one of the basic requirements for the growth and prosperity of any society. With the growth in population, the need for new schools is ever-growing and provides immense opportunities for people interested to undertake the responsibility of becoming school owners or school promotors. To ... Read More

Page 1 - 3 of 52 Results