According to a recent circular issued by the CBSE, school will not require a No Objection Certificate from the state government to get affiliated. This latest move of CBSE spread relief to the schools that are waiting approval from the state government to get affiliated.
K R Nandhaa Kumaar, State General Secretary of Tamilnadu Nursery, Primary, Matriculation, Higher Secondary and CBSE School’s association, said “This is really a good news for the schools. Approximately, 654 schools are still waiting for a NOC from the state government. This step not only speed up the process of affiliation but also restrict the demand of bribe between official and politicians. Next year, many more schools will move to CBSE. ”
Senior principal of Bhavan’s Rajaji Vidyashram, Ajeeth Prasad Jain said that the state government can send objections to the school about providing the affiliation to the schools but the monotony of the process might make the state government selective regarding this. However it has to be recognized the reaction of the state government. If the response of the state government will be positive than more school will indulge in affiliation procedure.
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