Madhya Pradesh Board to revoke recognition of private schools if they don’t fulfil the eligibility criteria

 

 

 

Private schools will be at risk of losing their recognition from the MP Board if they are running without qualified D.Ed, B.Ed teachers. All information regarding private school teachers and their qualifications has been sought out by the District Education Officer (DEO) regarding this issue.

Higher secondary school teachers should have a B.Ed qualification while middle school teachers should have a D.Ed qualification as stated under the Right to Education (RTE).

For all private higher secondary schools, a new process of recognition and extension for recognition online had been made by the school education department. The new system in the academic session of 2015-16 has come into effect.

Information from principals of all 68 cluster schools has been collected as said by KPS Tomar the District Education Officer (DEO).

He then added that June 30 is the last date for all private schools and higher secondary schools to apply for a new registration or renewal of registration.

Legitimate documents and information on official letterheads have to be provided for User IDs which will be available to all high schools and higher secondary schools from the District Education Officer (DEO).

Three types of information will be required to be provided to the department which will include the school’s name and code, principal’s name and mobile number and school management committee’s secretary’s name and mobile number etc. to extend recognition from the state board.

After this information is submitted, the District Education Officer (DEO) will process the same online and after the processing is completed a user ID and password would be sent automatically through an SMS to the principal’s number which would be required to complete the online recognition extension process

 

 

 

 

 

[“Source-indiatoday.intoday.in”]

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