Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to take stern steps against its schools which fail to build up its respective website and upload the yearly reports by September 15th. A CBSE official stated, in the school website, following information needs to be provided by schools:
The fulfillment of board guidelines will be ascertaining whether the schools have taken a Non Objection Certificate from the state government. In the CBSE proforma, every school has to provide details of the facilities provided by the school. This will facilitate parents prefer the best schools for their children. Furthermore, as per the CBSE official, following information should be available on the website:
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