CBSE schools can reg­is­ter 45 stu­dents per class, for now

The Times of India (Mumbai edition) - - TIMES NATION -

New Delhi: Schools fac­ing dif­fi­culty while reg­is­ter­ing stu­dents in classes IX and XI for the 2018-19 ses­sion are be­ing asked to con­tact the re­gional of­fices of Cen­tral Board of Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion (CBSE).

The Board has, as a tem­po­rary re­lief for this year, al­lowed the schools to reg­is­ter up to 45 stu­dents per sec­tion in­stead of 40 as per the rules. How­ever, pri­vate schools will have to pay the penalty to be le- vied against the school for vi­o­la­tion of the stip­u­lated stu­dent to sec­tion ra­tio. Schools hav­ing stu­dents in ex­cess of data en­tered by the school in the On­line Af­fil­i­ated School In­for­ma­tion Sys­tem (OA­SIS) are fac­ing dif­fi­culty. Ac­cord­ing to a se­nior CBSE of­fi­cial, “The Board has asked the schools to re­quest the re­gional of­fices. But they have to give jus­ti­fi­ca­tion about the ex­cess stu­dents for seek­ing per­mis­sion for their reg­is­tra­tion. The on­line sys­tem will be opened for them and they can up­date (edit) the data in OA­SIS, but that must be sup­ported by ev­i­dence of on ground changes made as per the af­fil­i­a­tion and ex­am­i­na­tion by­laws .”

While the last date for reg­is­tra­tion with­out late fee is Oc­to­ber 22 the schools can reg­is­ter till Novem­ber 28with late fee. “If the schools have the in­fra­struc­ture and space, they can add new sec­tions and sub­mit the de­tails seek­ing per­mis­sion for the ad­di­tional sec­tion,” said the of­fi­cial.

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