Govt in India Releases Revised CBSE Affiliation Byelaws

Union Minister for HRD Prakash Javadekar (file photo)
Union Minister for HRD Prakash Javadekar (file photo)

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The Union Minister for Human Resource Development (HRD) Prakash Javadekar released Thursday the new Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) affiliation byelaws.

The minister said that the affiliation byelaws of CBSE have been completely revamped to ensure speed, transparency, hassle-free procedures, and ease of doing business with CBSE.

While highlighting the main changes, Prakash Javadekar said that the new byelaws denote a major shift from the highly complex procedures followed earlier, to a simplified system based on preventing duplication of processes.

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CBSE is a national level Board conducting examinations for Classes X and XII. It affiliates schools across India and abroad upon fulfillment of various conditions as prescribed in its affiliation byelaws.

At present 20,783 schools are affiliated with the Board. The affiliation byelaws were first made in the year 1988 and were last modified in the year 2012.

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