Attention Aspirants, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has changed the rules for admission in class 9 and 11. Under the new set of laws introduced by the board, if students wish to take admission in a CBSE-affiliated school in class 9 and 11, they will have to clarify the reasons behind the shift.
The CBSE has taken the admission process directly into its hands, while earlier schools enjoyed autonomy. As per the new set of rules, If a student is moving to another school for prospects of ‘better education’, they will have to provide a record of the past five years of their previous as well as the new school they are applying to. Obtaining such data will be the purview of the ward and their parents.
The New Set of rules will be implemented from the academic year 2020 for those students who want to change in school can do so in the current year as per the present rules. The CBSE Examination Controller, Sanyam Bhardwaj is said, “The last-minute shifting of schools does not provide a conducive educational environment to students, as they are not well-acquainted with new classmates and teachers.”
Further, In case a student is shifting schools due to a change in the business of parents, then the parents will have to submit an old and new business address and bank records to the school. Also, the parents will have to submit a copy of the appointment letter attested by the organisation where the parent(s) of student joined.
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