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Parents fumed over reformed CBSE rules
The revised CBSE rules fumed parents of the state for giving more power to the state education department in getting affiliation
The revised CBSE rules fumed parents of the state for giving more power to the state education department in getting affiliation.
Minister for Human Resources Prakash Javadekar on Thursday announced the new regulations for CBSE schools to get affiliation which eased the process.
The schools have to get certified from the state education department after a thorough inspection of infrastructure and other necessary elements and have to produce certified documents to the centre through online mode, according to new by-laws.
Parents in the state are upset with the centre move fearing of the academic quality, outcome and the fees.
The power of regulating the school fees is also given to the state school education department.