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Education department solicited a school in Nagpur to close its CBSE wing

Jul 25, 2014 12:38 IST

    A notice has been issued by the education department to Bishop Cotton Primary School (BCS), Nagpur soliciting it to close its CBSE wing right away. The primary education officer flung the notice on 17th July stating the Bishop Cotton Primary School didn’t have the requisite acquiescence from state government & therefore its newly commenced CBSE wing became an unlawful unit.  Asking for the closing, the administrator has stated that after 25th July the school will be imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh and thereafter Rs 10,000 per day it remains open.

    The school principal stated, "We have trailed all lawful steps implicated. The application for Non Objection Certificate was made with state government & thereafter a request was filed for provisional affiliation with Central Board of Secondary Education on 29th May 2014. Board has given us the registration number.

    Concerning Non Objection Certificate, the Central Board of Secondary Education has relinquished this condition in a circular in which it states schools only need to pertain for NOC, thereafter the state can unswervingly take up the subject if any, with the central board. CBSE appends that if no grievance is acknowledged then it will be assumed the state has no objection to affiliation being approved." Queries are being hoisted about the pace in which the inquiry progressed. On 17th July, a 3 member team from education division visited Bishop Cotton Primary School and within hours they filed a comprehensive report.

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