NISA Demands CBSE Must Take the Total Responsibility of the Result

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NISA Demands CBSE Must Take the Total Responsibility of the Result
NISA Demands CBSE Must Take the Total Responsibility of the Result

National Independent Schools Alliance: – Private Schools Leaders demonstration at CBSE Head Quarter to seek justice on tabulation policy and safety of the teachers.

  • CBSE should take complete responsibility for the announced results of the 10th and 12th classes.
  • CBSE should do an immediate press conference to inform Students, Parents and Local administration about the evaluation process adopted as per the tabulation policy
  • CBSE should have two private school owners as a governing body member in all regional offices from all the state

Kulbhushan Sharma, President NISA said that NISA has been flagging the problems to CBSE and submitted many representations as well but we didn’t get any response and finally we decided to meet the Chairman and submit our representation to him to consider the situation and take some initiative to control the non safety environment against teachers, principals and school owner. After the CBSE 10th and 12th classes results announcement, many places have reported that the CBSE teachers, principals and school owners were brutally attacked by parents and some politically aligned groups. School owners committed suicide due to the pressure of post results impacts. CBSE should take complete responsibility for the tabulation policy and it should organize national level press conference. The reality of the tabulation policy should reach the public as soon as possible to control this non safety environment against het teachers and school leader. We also demand CBSE should have two private school owners as a governing body member in all regional offices from all the state. Right now CBSE have private school member only from Delhi, as a National Board it should have representative from all over India to understand the concerns of Private Schools.

Dilip Modi, Campaign Convenor said that the schools were expressly directed by the CBSE to moderate the marks as per the formula they had put forward, leading to the schools having to necessarily decrease and deliberately reduce some marks, without which the upload wasn’t being accepted by the system. Schools had to comply with this, despite not being comfortable with this process and making this known to the CBSE. All the States board are given the mark generously, most of the state board schools given the maximum marks to many of the students. In this situation, CBSE result with the unclarity marks to the students are creating chaos in both students and parent’s community. CBSE should immediately organise the national level press conference to make the public aware about the tabulation process and it should take complete responsibility of the results declared according to the tabulation policy.

NISA represents over 64,400 BPS, from 23 states, which cater to the needs of 1.4 crore children at an average of 250 children per school.