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How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

Is it possible for a private school to apply only CTET qualified teachers or use CTET scores to employ teachers?... Read More


In a first, NCTE launces Teacher Training Programme with +2 minimum Qualification

The aspiring teachers have new horizons opening for them with the news that now they would be able to train as teachers after completing class higher secondary schooling. The ravages of unemployment in the outback of conventional education spawns modest aspirations which include teaching as a career... Read More


How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?

I have been working for the education of the deprived through a NPO. my question was why cant CBSE take primary education under it’s wings rather than conducting exams like TET for just 3 to 4 years in which,i assure you, picture will change.... Read More


Evaluating the progress made in the decade in the arena of teacher-development

The said teacher training program was initiated for the training of the teachers who are in-service. The program was initiated in October 2017 by MHRD with the objective to impart training and award Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed.).... Read More


CBSE plans syllabus rationalization for class 9-12 after taking stock of the disruption caused by COVID-19 lockdown

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has hinted that the rationalization of the syllabus for classes 9-12 is on the cards. The rationalization is to compensate for the school time that will be lost as COVID-19 runs its course. Currently, the situation is being assessed and the time loss i... Read More


Does change in CBSE bye laws affect affiliated schools?

Over the last week, there has been a volley of questions from the school management of CBSE affiliated schools we helped establish as well as management of upcoming CBSE schools. It is critical to bring clarity about the affects of the change in CBSE bye laws, hence this article.... Read More


Hows and Whys of the National Educational Policy 2020

Education in India is aimed at improving the socio-economic framework which delineates a community with diverse demands. The government has chiefly concentrated its efforts on improving the literacy rate of India since independence by introducing free and compulsory education from six to fourteen ye... Read More


How is India beating gender inequality through girls’ education

With gender equality being considered as a sine qua non for attainment of the development goals, the urgency attached to the question of girls’ education in India and across the world is gaining importance. Gender roles have substantially shifted but it can hardly be contested that opportunities for... 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


How to Start School and get IGCSE affiliation?

To become an IGCSE school in India, a school has to first establish itself conventionally. It has to be run by a Trust /Society / Section 8 company. Such Trust/Society/Company has to be a non-proprietary organization. There must be a School Managing Committee set up by the Trust/Society. For details... Read More


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