With the new session of the schools beginning in the country, CBSE has tightened its screws on the schools not fulfilling the necessary criteria for affiliation. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has disaffiliated three schools in Tamil Nadu. While 91 schools the nation over have been disaffiliated, eight fall under the Chennai district.
Slope View Public School, Chitlipakkam, Chennai, Karur Public School, Karur, and Siddhartha Senior Secondary School in Vellore are three schools in the state that have gotten disaffiliation from CBSE. Aside from these three schools in Tamil Nadu, one school in Kerala, two in Karnataka, one in Maharashtra and a Kendriya Vidyalaya in Andaman & Nicobar Islands have been disaffiliated by the board.
As indicated by a CBSE authority, schools the nation over that did not fulfil the CBSE standards were issued show cause sees early this year. "The schools were asked to clarify for what reason they had not held fast to the CBSE standards. Those that neglected to present an acceptable clarification were disaffiliated by the board," said the authority.
A source in the CBSE said that the essential explanation behind the disaffiliation is absence of no-protest endorsement from the state government. As per the standards, if a private administration wishes to build up a CBSE school, it needs to get a no-protest authentication from the state government. Additionally, if a private registration school needs to change over to CBSE, it needs to illuminate the state. On the off chance that the state government does not question inside of 60 days of the hint, the school is honored CBSE connection. Else it needs to get the no-protest testament from the state government.
Sources in the board affirmed that Hill View Public School in Chennai had not acquired the no-protest endorsement from the state government while changing over its alliance to CBSE. Then again, there was no clarity on the other two schools.
While these three CBSE schools have been disaffiliated, there is no clarity on what might happen to their understudies. At the point when school powers were reached, they were not accessible for input. CBSE provincial officer K Srinivasan declined to remark on the matter. The schools need to either shut down or look for connection from the state school training division. A private CBSE school journalist said, "If the schools switch to Samacheer Kalvi syllabus, folks may dissent. In the event that there are procurements, the schools ought to anticipate recovering their association with the CBSE."
As per a 2014 state government lead, all schools, regardless of the board they are partnered to, ought to have looked for acknowledgment from the state school training office. On the off chance that these schools had acquired acknowledgment from the school instruction office, it could help them get re-associated to Samacheer Kalvi once more. "On the off chance that they are remembered they can request the alliance, and if all the standards have been fulfilled, they would be recompensed the association," said the authority.