According to CBSE norms, schools cannot register more than forty students per section. However, several top schools have come under the radar of Online Affiliated School Information System (OASIS).
Due to the infringements, the board will be penalizing close to 1,700 private school across India with a show-cause notice for withdrawal of affiliation. Also, a fine of Rs. 500 or more will be levied per extra student.
This move is also a crackdown against “renting of seats” by private schools, wherein students are enrolled in schools while they take private coaching, and their attendance is marked under absentia.
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