The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cautioned all the affiliated schools to obey the website policy. The board has clearly mentioned that the students fail to provide the obligatory data on their website latest by 15 September 2013, will be excluded from attending the board examination. According to the CBSE notice released earlier, Schools have to mention some mandatory information including teachers' salary scales, infrastructure available, enrollment status for each class, on their website.
According to the letter issued by the affiliation department of CBSE, “The board has noticed that despite of the CBSE circular, most of the schools have not uploaded the complete information on their website even some of them do not have a website of their own. Failing in providing all the mandatory data can effect on the registration of the Class IX and Class XI students for Board Exam. The student of the respective school may not be able to appear in the board examination.”
Every CBSE school of Nagpur has their own website or has a sub-page on the main website of the main website multi-branch school group. According to the survey it has been noticed that common data is not available on these websites including teacher’s salary structure. However, one week is remaining to complete the information.
All Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) of Nagpur, except KV CRPF, has accomplished the formalities. Only staff salary of KV CRPF is remaining to update on the website.
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