19 Haryana schools get CBSE notice for violating bylaws

Story By: Rajesh Sharma
Tuesday, April, 25 2017 - 14:30

As many as19 schools in Haryana were issued CBSE notice (Central Board of Secondary Education) for violating bylaws.

As per reports, Haryana is at the top of the list, followed by Delhi with seven. Six schools from Rajasthan, three from Uttar Pradesh, two each from Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, and one each from West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Karnataka and Maharashtra are also on the list.

The CBSE has issued 44 showcause notices in March-April and either withdrawn or downgraded affiliations of 12 schools since December 2016.

Showcause notices were issued for allowing "sponsored" students to attend coaching classes during school hours, declaring holidays during working days, permitting commercial activities on the premises and inadequate and ill-maintained infrastructure.

A school has also been served a showcause notice for shortening the National Anthem.CBSE has started disclosing these information since last week. 

Some other schools have been pulled up for lack of or non-maintenance of infrastructure.

A school has also been show-caused for using its premises, including laboratories and the library, for running international board classes.

Another has been pulled up for allowing installation of a cellphone tower on the premises.

A couple of notices have also served on complaints of sexual and physical harassment as well.



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