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    Published On : Mon, Jun 19th, 2017
    Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Many CBSE schools defy directives, reopen before June 27

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    Nagpur: In defiance of directives, many of the schools affiliated to CBSE, ICSE and ISC Board have reopened even before the summer vacations are over. Students have started attending these schools amid protests by parents. Some of the aggrieved parents have lodged complaints with the Education Officer who in turn notified the District Collector about the erring schools. The summer vacations are up to June 27.

    Taking serious note of the matter, the District Collector issued notices to managements of those schools that reopened before the scheduled summer vacation date. In the notice, the District Collector had directed that schools should not reopen before June 27. But still some reputed schools including Civil Lines-based Bhavans and Sadar-based Seventh Day Adventist High School disregarded the directives. These schools are affiliated to CBSE, ICSE and ISC Board.

    Talking to Nagpur Today, the Education Officer (Middle Schools) Satish Mendhe said that the State Board rules do not apply to schools of CBSE, ICSE and ISC Board. Rules of these schools are framed in accordance with Delhi directives. Principals of most of CBSE schools skip the meetings of English medium schools whenever they are held. Except some rules, the CBSE schools are not bound by the State Board rules. Hence any action could not be initiated against the erring schools in haste, Mendhe stated.

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