Central Board of secondary education on Monday warned all the affiliated school that it would not register class 9th and 11th students if they fail to build their schools website.
In October 2010, CBSE has asked all the affiliated schools to develop their websites and to update all the information about the school and its management on the website. However it was told by Rama Sharma, CBSE's public relation manager “As some schools are still to implement the direction of the board, we have linked the compliance by the school with the registration of Class 9 and Class 11 students' registration,"
CBSE has asked all the schools to provide detail information on the website which would include affiliation status, infrastructure details, names and designations of teachers and their salaries, class-wise enrolment of students and details of the school management committee.
Sharma also added, “If students are denied registration, the school and the management will be solely held responsible”.
CBSE has both public and private schools under its affiliation and conducts final examinations for class 10th and class 12th. All India Engineering Examination (AIEEE) and All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) exam for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering, architecture and medical colleges respectively are also conducted by CBSE every year.
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