Association of unaided CBSE schools has denied the directions of CBSE for revealing the information of teachers online. CBSE has extended the deadline for this purpose till 30 November.
CBSE has asked all the schools to disclose the information of its teachers (including fees and expenses) on their online portal. In response to this order of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), association of unaided CBSE schools has stood against it.
The Association has claimed that revealing the confidential information like salary, is something that no one likes. It has also given an alternate suggestion in this regard to the Board. The schools can display the salary of teachers as per the classes taught by them.
Earlier all the schools under CBSE were updating the Board with all the information about the teachers. Even they don’t have issues in displaying the information on the website. However revealing salary details is something that has made many uncomfortable.
The President of Association of unaided CBSE schools has further stated that though CBSE has been intimated about it, still if the Board makes it compulsory, all the schools have to follow it.