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CBSE asks Schools to go Transparent about Fees and Teachers' Salaries

Jul 26, 2013 12:51 IST

    In an effort to bring more transparency in the functioning of schools, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made it mandatory for schools to create their websites where details like fee structure for all classes, salaries of teachers, list of members of the school management committee along with their addresses and other important public information about the school campus must be available.
    And that, those schools which already have websites are required to update their sites with all such information.  CBSE seeks schools to have this done before the end of the ongoing session.
    As per the circular sent by CBSE to the principals of all affiliated schools on June 17, in case a school fails to comply with the stated direction, CBSE will restrain the registration of its students in Classes IX and X for the board exams, and that the school management would be considered responsible for it.
    According to the circular, some schools have not developed their websites in spite of repetitive reminders sent to them. Therefore, the board is bound to act tough, and has linked their non-compliance with the future of their students.
    The CBSE had given a deadline of 17 July to schools to create their own websites with all the required update about the school campus. Though several schools are failed to do so, the board will take necessary action against them, said a CBSE official.

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