Pvt Schools Face Registration Bottlenecks  

SRINAGAR — The private schools are facing bottlenecks in the registrations.

The matter was brought to the notice of Secretary school education, Ajeet Kumar Sahu, by the Private Schools Coordination Committee (PSCC) here in a meeting.

Sahu told the Private School Association members that the management of private schools is partner and “contributor of the government in imparting education to the students.”

Director School Education Kashmir and Jammu, Special Secretary school education department and Director Samagra Shiksha were also present on the occasion.

A detailed discussion was held on the “memorandum of demands submitted by the Committee related to fee structure, registration/ affiliation, state education policy, educational calendar, quality of books, exchange of resources and imparting training of the teaching staff of private schools through State Institute of Education and DIETS.”

On the demand of PSCC to make the registration system hassle-free, the Secretary said that all efforts shall be made to ease out the “bottle-necks in terms of formalities wherever required.”

He appealed the PSCC to adhere to the laid down norms and also actively participate in giving their inputs for developing a vibrant educational system.


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