CBSE mulls stringent actions against schools!
Ludhiana: With an aim to maintain a proper teacher student ratio in the class, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has come up with a regulation to monitor and maintain required (40) student-teacher ratio in classes.
A software called “OASIS” has been developed through which the CBSE-affiliated schools will provide the details of all the students to the board. Thus the school cannot provide wrong information and figures as the information about the teachers, infrastructures and several other details are needed to be updated.
Reportedly, several CBSE-affiliated schools in the district were found violating the rule where the number of students in a class is more than 50. The board has also served show cause notice to the schools where the number of students in the class is 50 or more.
As per sources, CBSE will also carry out regular inspections and stringent action will be taken against the violators.