NEW DELHI: Delhi Government has decided to conduct random inspections in private schools. About 300 schools failed to share the status over EWS admissions are identified as defaulters by Delhi government. For the Academic session 2016-17, The 24 Teams has formed by the Directorate of Education(DOE). Each team comprises three members has to inspect schools and verify the record of admissions under disadvantaged group and economically weaker section categories in entry level classes.
The reports have to be submitted by the teams within two days of inspection .Despite repetitive reminders by the government, the defaulter schools have not submitted the data of admissions, due to which the entire admission process has been delayed.
The 306 schools have been identified as defaulters as they were unsuccessful to upload the admission details by April 8, on the department's website under the computerised draw. For which they have to face the action under the provisions of Delhi school Education Act and Rules.
DOE is powered with the right to conduct a special inspection of private aided schools on any special phases of the working of an institution. The director or appropriate authority is allowed to authorise any officer to inspect the detail records of the school, said in communication to school heads.
"All private schools are under commitment to admit 25 per cent students belonging to EWS and DG categories. To guarantee the transparency in the process, online applications has been invited by the government, conduct computerized draw of lots, and the selected candidates list was sent to the schools for admission formality completion in a timely manner."
It has been decided that Private schools are obligatory to be inspected randomly by several teams comprising of directorate representatives.