Process of Primary School Registration in India

The increasing demand for quality elementary education in India has led to expansion of pre-primary and primary schools. The primary schools help to nurture the young minds and prepare them to face the competitive world. So, if you plan to set up an educational institution then, opt for a primary school because investment in this recession free sector is undoubtedly a wise decision. Hence, to ensure smooth and hassle-free functioning in your educational institution, consider the steps mentioned below to get your school registered.

 

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    • First and foremost, form a society or a trust comprising of five or six members with a president, chairperson and a secretary who will monitor its operations and get it registered under the Societies Registration Act,1860 or the Indian Trust Act,1882, respectively.
    • After the society is registered, the next step is to look for the land. The land could belong to the society/ trust or could be bought from the Government. So, ensure that you obtain the No Objection Certificate (NOC) duly signed and stamped by the Department of Education (DoE) which shall certify the school requirements in that area.
    • Once you obtain the NOC, submit it to the concerned land authorities of the area, following which you can start with the construction process of the school.
    • After the construction of the school building is over, you will have to apply for its recognition. In case of primary schools, the State government approves the recognition, issued by the municipality.
    • Thereafter, you are free to seek affiliation from CBSE or ISCE Board which implies the school will have to follow the guidelines of the Board to which the affiliation is sought to.
    • In addition, you should retain the details of land and building, auditor’s statement, bank statements of the governing body and their members for future use.
    • Also, make sure that you obtain consent for hygiene, water and other basic amenities from the concerned authorities.

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Process of ICSE School Accreditation in India

Quality Council of India (QCI) and National Accreditation Board of Education & Training (NABET) are the agencies that provide accreditation to schools in India. School accreditation enhances & improves the quality of management and stimulates the growth and development throughout the school. However, it is not mandatory to get a school accredited.

The approval of the accreditation depends upon the score that the agency allots to the school on the basis of the following parameters:

 

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    • Education Quality Management
    • Resource Management
    • Governance and Management

The basic procedure for ICSE school accreditation involves the following steps:

    • The school seeking accreditation needs to submit the application for the same to the agency along with the application fees.
    • This is followed by an inspection and assessment carried out by a team of experts from the agency. So, the school must be prepared for the same.
    • Further, the school needs to submit a letter of compliance, agreeing to act upon the suggestions given (if any) by the team after inspection and assessment.
    • These actions are further reviewed by the accreditation committee and if the report is OK, the school is awarded accreditation by the respective agency.
    • Once the school is accredited, it needs to adhere to the accreditation standard and indulge in continual improvement.
    • The school is supposed to submit application for continuance of accreditation at the end of four years.

NOTE: The accreditation is valid for four years, after which it needs to be renewed again by paying annual accreditation fees to the agency only after satisfied yearly progress review visits by the agency. 

 

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Getting Accreditation for English Medium Schools

Accreditation indicates the ongoing development in a school and its adherence to authorized standards. It is a guarantee that a school provides quality education to the students. Although, it is not obligatory to accredit a school, but accreditation helps in identifying the well governed schools by providing them uniform standards.

Who grants accreditation?

In India, there are various agencies that provide accreditation to the schools, if the school conforms to the standards established by them. These agencies are also recognized by the concerned governmental authority. Some of the agencies who have developed specific procedures for the accreditation of schools are QCI (Quality Council of India), NABET (National Accreditation Board of Education and Training) and NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling).

Criteria for accreditation

A school cannot get accreditation merely by applying for the same and paying a fee. The school must conform to the norms laid down by the agency in order to get accredited. The school needs to fulfill the following requirements:

    • The school must be affiliated to a recognized board for which accreditation is required. It can be CBSE, ICSE or any other state board which grants affiliation to English medium schools.
    • The affiliated school must be driven by a registered trust/society and should be in existence for a minimum of three years.
    • The school must have well-ventilated classrooms, a library having 5 books per student, provisions for separate and well-equipped laboratories for different subjects, proper equipment for sports and other extra-curricular activities.
    • A secondary school must have a trained graduate teacher for each subject and a senior secondary school is supposed to have PGTs in the respective subjects.

These are some basic requirements that the school needs to fulfill to obtain accreditation.

Procedure for schools seeking accreditation

    • The school has to submit the completely filled application form, providing the correct information and all the necessary documents as mentioned in the form. Besides this, application fee of Rs.5000 has to be paid, without which the application form will not be accepted.
    • Next, the administration will verify the completeness of the necessary documents following which the agency will appoint a professional team for the inspection & assessment of the school.
    • Once the inspection is over, the team will submit a report to the governing agency along with their recommendations.
    • Further, this report and recommendations will be considered by the accreditation committee on the basis of which the committee will decide whether to grant accreditation or not.
    • If accreditation is granted, the school will be adhered to the norms and the standards set by the accrediting agency.  In case the school fails to comply with the standards of the agency, the agency may initiate proceedings for the withdrawal of accreditation.

However, school accreditation is not permanent. The school needs to prove to the regular review visit of the agency that it is growing & developing as per the standards established by the agency. The accreditation is applicable for a period of four years. Thereafter, renewal of the same is sought by the agency. So, get associated with the most trusted brand click here to fill the Franchise Application Form.

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Christmas

Story

The word “Christmas” means “Christ’s Mass”. Christmas Day or X-Mas Day is celebrated on the 25th of December across the world to mark the birth of Jesus Christ, the founder of the Christianity religion. Baby Jesus and Mary mother of Jesus are the central figures of the Christmas story. Luke’s biography of Jesus records how Mary and her betrothed husband Joseph left their home in Nazareth to travel to Joseph’s ancestral home, Bethlehem. Finding no place to stay in the town, Mary gave birth to Jesus in the primitive lodgings of an animal stable, referred to as Jesus manger. Jesus and Mary were visited by shepherds and wise men who travelled long distances to witness Jesus born and greet Jesus mother. It is the most sacred and auspicious festival of the Christian community. Lord Jesus was the messiah of mankind and his message of love, peace and harmony is quite significant. Some of the most popular Christmas traditions are the Christmas tree (the pine tree), Santa Claus and Christmas gifts. The tradition of giving gifts has a great significance in the celebrations of Christmas, as it is believed that Lord Jesus himself used to give away presents. The occasion is all about giving and sharing gifts and presents with each other.

Christmas Celebrations

On the Christmas day, people make special preparations. Every individual indulges in making the preparations on this special occasion. The most important part of this festival is planting the Christmas tree in one corner of the house. Once it is planted, its branches are decorated with Christmas tree ornaments such as dolls, birds, flowers etc. At night, the Christmas tree is illuminated with electric bulbs. Following the decorations, all the family and friends gather to offer prayers to the God who sent his Son, Jesus Christ, to earth to remove all the sins and sufferings. They all sing along Christmas carols & jingle and make merry.

How to celebrate Christmas at home?

  • Dress up your children in new clothes and offer the prayers at the Church. Attend the midnight mass on the Christmas Eve.
  • To keep up the celebration mood in full swing, invite your friends and relatives at your place, to celebrate the festival of Christmas together.
  • Light up your home with bright and colourful Christmas lights.
  • Keep the little ones engaged in decorating the Christmas tree with ornaments, ribbons and lights.
  • Sing the Christmas carols such as “Jingle bell jingle bell”, “Joy to the world”, “Silent night” etc. along with your children.
  • Involve your children to prepare the Christmas cake with you.
  • Tell your children to keep their best socks/stockings under their pillows, to receive presents from the Santa Claus. Present your children with their favourite game or toy. Keep the present in their socks/stockings on the Christmas Eve.

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Since the festival is round the corner, so, use the tips give above to celebrate Christmas day with your friends and family with pomp and show.

Merry Christmas!!

Process of CBSE School Accreditation in India

Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE is considered to set a benchmark in the education sector in India.  Being a school affiliated to CBSE is a key factor for assured growth in coming years. But, to seek CBSE affiliation is a time consuming and tedious process. However, once a school gets affiliation from the CBSE, it needs to be accredited. Through School Quality Assessment and Accreditation (SQAA), CBSE has decided to conduct a thorough assessment of the quality of schools and measure the level of functions performed in the schools. It has also been decided that the schools be accredited once in every three years.

How to get CBSE Accreditation?

When a school is accredited by CBSE, this assures that the school can get the quality of education as well as confidence in its financial resources, human resources, performances and purposes which will ensure that the mission of the school gets accomplished. By September 2012, all CBSE schools will have to undergo a compulsory accreditation process. The aim of this process is not to compare or rank the schools but to provide quality education and implement effective systems. At the end of the assessment, each school shall receive the report containing the shortcomings on which the school will have to work upon.

 

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The Process for Recognition is as follows:

    • Firstly, it is important for all the schools to refer to the CBSE website from time to time to keep themselves updated with the policies, schemes, amendments made such as implementation of SQAA along with list of agencies approved for accreditation process etc.
    • Apart from this, the schools intending to get accredited must ensure that they have a website with an ‘Accreditation Corner’ as prescribed by the CBSE and upload the ‘Mandatory Disclosure Form’ on their website before 31st December, 2012, which is available on the CBSE website.
    • Now, the schools should form a School Assessment Committee (SAC) with the Principal as the head of the committee. The schools intending to undergo accreditation should fill-in the ‘Form of Intent’ and submit it to the CBSE after which it would receive a confirmation letter to gain accreditation.
    • Once, the school receives an acknowledgement from the CBSE/agency, it should then fill-in the online SQAA Instruments after going through the SQAA Manual and submit it to the authorized agency.
    • After completing the formalities, the schools should make arrangements as per the Peer Assessment Team (PAT) visit schedule for coordinating the availability of students, teachers etc. apart from access to physical infrastructure, documents etc. to be produced for verification to the team members.
    • Also, the schools should act in a professional manner and not resort to any unwanted actions like concealing vital facts and figures and should use the visit of PAT members as a learning visit for improving the school quality irrespective of the result of SQAA.
    • After the visit, the schools would be given a ‘School Quality Enhancement Report’ (SQER) which should be thoroughly gone through and necessary action should be taken accordingly for improving the quality of teaching and learning.
    • A school which gets a score of 75 % or above (overall) and minimum 50 % shall be declared ‘Accredited’ by CBSE. The school’s name shall be then listed on the CBSE website under the list of accredited schools. The schools may use the terminology ‘affiliated and accredited CBSE School’ instead of only using “affiliated to CBSE”. The schools should not make any other false claim.
    • The validity period of SQAA accreditation is three years. A fresh application for renewal should be made before the expiry of the three year period to enjoy the privilege of being an ‘Accredited School of CBSE’ in a continuous manner.

 

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Permits for Schools

Education is an indispensable part of every individual’s life. Amongst all the educational institutions, schools play the most important role as they aim to nurture children for their holistic development. Even though there are a number of schools in India, still, there is an unending demand for more schools. This has paved way for the aspiring investors to enter this noble profession and serve the society. Moreover, starting a school in India can turn out to be a lucrative and fruitful venture if you have the right knowledge and aptitude to work in this field. However, starting a school involves a lot of legal formalities and procedures, acquiring licenses and permits at almost every stage.

 

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So, if you want to open a school then you must be well-versed with all the permits required for starting a school:

    • Every school operates under a Society/Trust. So, you need to obtain the Memorandum of Association (MoA), a document required at every stage. It is a document that includes the names and other important details of all the members of your association.
    • Further, you must obtain the No Objection Certificate (NOC) also known as the Essentiality Certificate (EC). As the name suggest, it is mandatory to obtain the EC from the State Department of Education. For this, you need to submit the following documents, along with the prescribed application fee. The list of documents is as follows:
      1. Memorandum of Association
      2. Undertaking regarding fee structure
      3. Enrolment of students
      4. Document regarding ownership of land (in case of personal property)
    • In addition to this, you also need to acquire the “Letter of Intent” from the Department of Education, on the basis of which you will be allotted the land and then you need to forward it to the concerned land owning authorities of the state.
    • Also, during the construction process you can simultaneously obtain other secondary documents such as sanctioned building plan, water testing report, health certificate, permit from the fire department etc.
    • Further, you need to seek permission and recognition to operate your school. For this, you need to approach the state’s Municipal Corporation. It grants recognition to primary schools (up to class Vth) whereas, recognition for secondary schools (up to class IXth) is granted by DoE. You can further apply for recognition up to X and XII grades from the DoE only after a gap of at least 2 years. Along with the application of recognition you need to submit a set of 17 documents which includes all the aforementioned certificates too.
    • Lastly, you need to seek affiliation from a recognized board of education. Seeking affiliation means that your school will adhere to the norms and guidelines laid down by the board of education. You can seek affiliation to CBSE, CISCE or State board of education.

 

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Norms for Opening a CBSE School

The Central Board of Secondary Education abbreviated as the CBSE is the apex board of education that grants affiliation to Government aided, private and public schools across the country. It is a recognized board of education that affiliates international schools as well. The schools affiliated to CBSE are considered amongst the most reputed and preferred schools. Hence, it has become essential for the new schools to seek affiliation under this board. However, CBSE grants three types of affiliation depending upon the time period involved. They are-

 

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    1. Provisional affiliation (for a period of 3 years, subject to fulfillment of the norms)
    2. Regular affiliation (just one time if the school satisfies all the norms) &
    3. Permanent affiliation (to those schools which have been provisionally affiliated for a period of 10 years or more)

Being the apex board of education, the CBSE board has laid down various norms which have to be adhered to, to seek its affiliation. Various norms to be fulfilled to open a CBSE school are listed as follows:

    • Society/Trust running the school
      The Society/Trust running the school should be registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 or the Indian Trust Act, 1882 respectively which will ensure the non-proprietary nature of the school. Also, the formation of the Society/Trust should conform to the rules laid down by the State Government where the school is located.
    • School Managing CommitteeEvery school which is affiliated to CBSE should necessarily have a School Managing Committee (except for schools that are directly run by the Education Department of the Government of the State/U.T.)
    • Financial Resources The school should possess sufficient funds to ensure smooth functioning and for stability in the long run. The school should have a permanent source of income to incur the running expenses. Also, no part of the income from the school should be used by the Society/Trust or the management or any other individual for any personal purpose.
    • Infrastructural Facilities The school should have basic infrastructural facilities such as spacious classrooms with suitable furniture, hygienic sanitation conditions, a huge playground, a library with sufficient reading and study material, Science labs, computer rooms etc. Apart from this, a school should also have a medical room to safeguard the health of the students.
    • Admission of Students The students should be enrolled without any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed, colour or religion. However, the admission regarding SC/ST/OBC students may vary depending upon the location of the school.
    • Staff and Service ConditionsEvery school should have adequate teaching staff having necessary qualifications laid down for various posts by the CBSE board. It must be ensured that the student teacher ratio does not exceed 30. Also, the school should have well-defined conditions service as per the norms of State/U.T. Government and should issue letters of appointment to the employees at the time of joining service.
    • Fees Structure The fee charged by the school should be nominal and under the heads prescribed by the Department of Education of the State/U.T. and as per the facilities provided by the school. Also, the acts of attaining voluntary donations for gaining admissions in the school or for any other purpose must be discouraged. In case of such malpractices, the Board may take strict actions which may lead to disaffiliation of the school.

The Board reserves the right to inspect the school premises, without any prior intimation. Therefore, the school seeking affiliation to the CBSE board should furnish unaltered facts and figures. However, there is one name in the education sector that is SHEMFORD Futuristic School that abides by the Board’s norms and guidelines. So, join SHEMFORD Futuristic Schools– a leading chain of 10+2 schools with over 75+ branches in India. Click here to Fill the Franchise Application Form  and be a part of the leading chain of schools.

 

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Norms for ICSE School Affiliation

The private, non-governmental institution, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) conducts three types of examinations, one of which is the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), exams for class 10. The governing body for ICSE was established by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate in 1958.

The ICSE board provides examinations of general education through medium of English and the standard of examination is a course of 10 years duration, i.e. classes I to X.

In case you are seeking affiliation from the ICSE board, you can opt for either provisional or permanent affiliation as per your requirements. However, your school needs to fulfill certain conditions as per the guidelines of the council, in order to get the affiliation.

Conditions to get provisional affiliation are:

 

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    • The school must obtain a No-Objection Certificate (NOC) from the State Government.
    • The governing body of the school must be registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act,1860 to prove its non-profit motive.
    • The medium of instruction in your school must be English as ICSE grants affiliation only to the English medium schools.
    • The land area for senior secondary schools must not be less than 4,000 sq.mt. and for secondary schools it should be approximately 2,000 sq.mt., with a suitable building constructed on one part of the land and a proper playground on the remaining part.
    • The school must have a well-equipped library with a minimum of 2,500 books.
    • There must be separate labs for Physics, Chemistry and Biology, each equipped with all the necessary apparatus & equipment.
    • The school must appoint the teachers in accordance with the minimum qualifications laid down by the council.
    • The pay scale and other allowances must not be less than those of other schools in the state and employees must be entitled to other benefits like provident fund, medical, gratuity etc.
    • The fee charged by the school should be equivalent to the facilities provided by the school.
    • The schools must not accept donations or capitation fees for the purpose of admissions of students.
    • The school must maintain a proper record of the attendance of the students and this record must be signed by the principal.

Conditions to get permanent affiliation are:

    • The school must successfully fulfill all the undertakings given to council at the time of provisional affiliation.
    • The school must be ready for a special inspection arranged by the chief executive, who will further make a recommendation for the permanent affiliation to the executive committee of the council.

Only after the approval of the executive committee, you will be granted permanent affiliation by the chief executive.

So, these are certain conditions that the school needs to fulfill to be able to get the affiliation from the board. Affiliation not only provides quality education for your school but also defines the standard of education in India.

However, merely getting ICSE affiliation is not enough to run a school. To become the most preferred school in the society, you need to maintain the quality of education by continuously exploring the resources of teaching methods and learning environment.

We, at SHEMFORD have been successful in upgrading the education standards, not just in India but also abroad. SHEMFORD – country’s leading Senior Secondary Chain of Schools is affiliated with ICSE board. So, it is advised to go for the SHEMFORD franchise instead of opening your own school.

 

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Norms for CBSE School Affiliation

A school is an educational institution that provides the appropriate platform for further studies. Seeking affiliation from a recognized board of education becomes the primary objective while you think of setting up a formal school. In India, there are various boards of education such as CBSE, ICSE, State Boards etc. that lay down the guidelines on how to operate or run a school. Amongst the aforesaid names, the CBSE board is the most popular and preferred board of education in India. Various norms laid down by the CBSE to seek its affiliation are as follows:

 

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  1. Types of schools that are eligible to seek affiliation with the CBSE are –
    • Government or Government aided schools;
    • Schools run by autonomous organizations under the Government like Kendriya
      Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS), Central Tibetan Schools
      Organisation (CTSO), Sainik Schools Society etc.;
    • Schools run by Government Departments directly like defence, railways etc.
    • Schools managed directly by Public Sector Undertakings(PSU’s) or by reputed societies for
      PSU’s under the financial control of such PSU’s or by Societies formed by such undertakings.
    • Private, unaided schools established by Societies registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 of the Government of India or under Acts of the State Governments as educational, charitable or religious societies having non-proprietary character or by Trusts.
  2. Kinds of Affiliation granted by CBSE
    Affiliation through CBSE can be categorized into three types, depending upon the time period involved. They are provisional (for a period of 3 years subject to fulfillment of the norms), regular (just one time if the school satisfies the fulfillment of the norms) and permanent (to those schools which have been provisionally affiliated for a period of 10 years or more).
  3. Norms regarding the Society or Trust running the school
    The Society/Trust so formed should be registered and non-proprietary in nature. Formation of the society or trust should also conform to the rules laid down by the State government where the school is located.
  4. School Managing Committee
    Every affiliated school except schools run directly by the Education Department of the Government of the State/ U.T., should have a management committee approved by the Board.
  5. Financial Resources
    The school should possess sufficient finance to ensure smooth functioning and for stability in the long run. It should have a permanent source of income for the running expenses. Also, no part of the income from the institution should be utilised by the Society/ Trust or the management committee or any other individual for any purpose.
  6. Infrastructural Facilities
    The school should possess basic necessities like spacious classrooms with suitable furniture, hygienic sanitation facilities, a playground for physical activities and sports, a library with sufficient reading material, computer rooms, science laboratories etc. Apart from these, a school should also have a medical room to safeguard student’s health.
  7. Staff and Service Conditions
    Also, the school should have adequate teaching staff that should possess the necessary qualifications laid down for various posts by the Board. Try to ensure that the student teacher ratio should not exceed 30. In addition to this, the school should have well defined conditions of service as per the norms of the State/U.T. Government and should issue letters of appointment to the employees at the time of joining service and should also sign a contract of service.
  8. Fee Structure
    Fees should normally be charged under the heads prescribed by the Department of Education of the State/U.T. for schools of different categories according to the facilities provided by the institution. Acts of attaining voluntary donations for gaining admission in the school or for any other purpose should be discouraged. In case of such malpractices, the Board may take drastic action leading to disaffiliation of the school.
  9. Admission of Students
    Admission in schools affiliated to the CBSE will be made without any distinction of religion, caste, creed etc. The admissions regarding SC/ST/OBC students shall vary according to the location of the school.

Board reserves the right to inspect the school premises any time without prior intimation. The school seeking CBSE affiliation should furnish unaltered facts and figures failure to which will lead to strict action against that institution. But, there is one name in the education sector that is SHEMFORD Futuristic Schools that abides by the Board’s guidelines. So, join SHEMFORD Group of Schools– a leading chain of 10+2 schools in India which is affiliated to CBSE board and completely adheres to the prescribed norms to ensure smooth functioning in the organisation.

 

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