Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
17-December-2018 17:43 IST
Process of filing applications for affiliation to CBSE made entirely online under new revamped system

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has informed that as per Rule-11.1 of  their revamped affiliation Bye-Laws, no School shall be affiliated to the Board without inspection by an  inspection committee, of not less than two members, at least one of whom has to be an academician. The following are the broad heads which will be covered during the inspection by the inspection committee:


1.         Available infrastructural facilities.

2.         Actual enrolment of teachers and their qualifications.

3.         Academic standards.

4.         The process of teaching in the classes.

5.         Record keeping

6.         Books of Accounts to ensure whether school is maintaining its accounts separately from the society /trust/company running the school.

7.         Provisions related to safety and security of children.

8.         Implementation of the policies of inclusion in relation to the persons with disabilities.

9.         Interaction with the members of the School Management Committee.

10.       Any other areas specifically informed by the Board.

The applications for affiliation will take less time for disposal under new revamped process, which is entirely online from application to final decision.

This information was given by the Minister of State (HRD), Dr. Satya Pal Singh today in a written reply to a Lok Sabha question.