Violations may invite Rs 50,000 penalty for principals
Practical examinations conducted by any examiner not appointed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be cancelled, the board has told all affiliated schools.
All such exams will be conducted again by the board, according to a notice issued by the board.
Any violation may even result in the CBSE not declaring the board results and the respective school principals facing a personal penalty of Rs 50,000 each.
The notice issued to the principals of all CBSE-affiliated schools stated that schools must update teacher information in the Online Affiliated Schools Information System (OASIS) by April 10. “Quality teachers in sufficient quantity are required to complete both the activities qualitatively and successfully,” the board notification dated April 3, 2021, stated.
“All the principals are directed to update teachers’ data in the OASIS within schedule. CBSE will compare both the data ie. before updation and after updation,” the board said in a statement.
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