Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is one of the oldest and the most popular examination boards of India. It supports various schools in imparting knowledge and maintaining uniform standards. Besides this, it is a self-financing body which is responsible for developing the curriculum for schools that are affiliated to it. Moreover, the board has established certain norms that need to be followed by these schools.
However, opening a CBSE school anywhere in India demands a lot of commitment and a large amount of investment. However, the unending demand for more schools has paved way for budding entrepreneurs to start their own venture.
The following essentials need to be taken care of, while opening a CBSE school:
Finance/capital – Investment is the first pre-requisite for opening a school anywhere in India. This investment should accommodate all the necessary infrastructure & furniture, teaching & sports equipment, laboratory apparatuses, stationary etc. Typically, an investment of around 2 to 3 Crores is required. This can be arranged by approaching financial institutions or banks that provide loans for this purpose.
Registration – Registration of the school committee under a Trust/Society is the next important step. It is essential to get a proper guidance related to all the rules & regulations for the proper running of the school.
Site & land – The minimum land area for opening a CBSE school in a metropolitan city with a population exceeding 25 lakhs is approximately 1 acre which can further vary in accordance with the type of school and the location you choose. The land requirement is almost the same in hilly areas also. However, in all the other places, the land area should not be less than 2 acres. The land can either be leased (with a rental agreement of minimum 30 years) or can be your own property. Further, the site chosen should be such that it provides easy accessibility from all modes of transport.
Procurement of NOC – The NOC (No-Objection Certificate) needs to be obtained from the government of the state where you are planning to open a CBSE school because then only you will be able to start the construction of your school.
Construction – On one part of the land, a proper school building should be constructed depending upon the number of students to be accommodated in the school. Besides this, a playground big enough to accommodate all the necessary sports and extra-curricular facilities should be maintained on the remaining part of the land.
CBSE affiliation – For obtaining CBSE affiliation, a list of documents namely, the NOC obtained from the State Government, approval from the Municipal Corporation of the state and clearance from the Health department needs to be submitted to the board authority.
Recruitment – Recruiting a qualified and experienced staff is essential to create & maintain excellent education system in the school.
Promotion – Finally, marketing and advertising your school in the neighbouring areas is important for the successful establishment of your school. This will further help you to attract more number of admissions.
A number of schools in North India are affiliated to CBSE board of education because CBSE is one of the most trusted boards in India which aims at providing quality education to students. However, opening a CBSE school is not just about setting up the infrastructure but also involves attaining permissions at various levels. So, instead of opening a school on your own, opting for a SHEMFORD franchise is a better option. SHEMFORD Futuristic School is a CBSE school with 24 years of experience in the education sector. It offers beneficial school franchise opportunities in various states of India. So, click here to fill the simple franchise application form to become a franchisee of the most renowned brand in the education fraternity.
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