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RC 163 Dt.23.4.16.Closure of un-recognized schools and prohibiting talent tests

RC 163 Dt.23.4.16.Closure of un-recognized schools and prohibiting talent tests
Rc.No.163/PS-1 /2015 Dated:23-04-2016
Sub: School Education - Un-Aided Private Educational Institution - Permission and recognition - closure of un-recognized schools and prohibiting talent tests - instructions Issued - Regarding.
The District Educational Officers and Regional Joint Directors of School Education are aware that the permission for establishment of schools under private managements and their regulations are governed as per the rules issued in the G.Os 1st and 2ndread above.
In the rules, it was made clear that all the educational institutions should necessarily have proper permission (recognition) from the competent authority. No educational society should be allowed to function without permission to start from the appropriate authority.
Further, there is also an opportunity to make an application with penalty up to the encl of April of the academic year, in. which the educational society wishes to start a school.
However, it is noticed that several un-recognized educational institutions under private managements are mushrooming in certain areas of the state, pointing• to the lack of proper surveillance. Such unrecognised schools are admitting children with connived propaganda. The District wise list of such unrecognised schools as per U-DISE 2015- 16 is attached herewith.
The Right to Education Act-2009 too prohibits the existence of un• recognized schools. Keeping in view the welfare of the students, existence of such schools is a need to be curtailed instantaneously. Existence of such schools may, ostensibly, mar the academics of ignoramus students and educational system.
They are further• informed that in accordance with the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 the screening procedures/tests in terms of interviews/tests conducted for admission to any class from Pre-primary in any school under any management or any Syllabus (State syllabus/CBSE/ICSE/any other) shall be dispensed with. Any deviations in this regard are punishable under the Section 13(2)(b) of the RTE Act with fine, which may extend to Rs.25,000/- for the first contravention and Rs.50,000/- for each subsequent contravening admission.
RC 163 Dt.23.4.16.Closure of un-recognized schools and prohibiting talent tests

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