EDUCARE INSIGHTS

EDUCARE INSIGHTS

Rejection of Affiliation Application by CBSE

Rejection of Affiliation Application by CBSE
When applying online there are a number of documents that need to be scanned and mailed to CBSE. On the basis of these documents, the CBSE takes a decision and forms the Inspection Committee, for physical verification. But if the documents uploaded or scanned are not satisfactory the CBSE rejects the application. The application for affiliation may be rejected in the following circumstances: 1. Land Size: The minimum land size, in general, all over India is1.5 acres. But in certain cases, specified in the CBSE Bye Laws, smaller size is accepted. If the size is smaller than the specified ...
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Stages of Turnkey Consultancy Projects

Stages of Turnkey Consultancy Projects
Turnkey Education Consulting means providing solutions for all aspects of a school from one single source, thus Schools are hand-held right from the Idea stage. From the selection of a suitable site for a school everything is offered. The Idea Stage: Once the site is located for a school, it has to be ascertained whether the school at the selected site would attract students or not. Thus, the feasibility report generated after a thorough study of the area by Educare India the edupreneur is equipped with the knowledge of the status of the population, the paying capacity, and, the approximat...
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What is the On-Demand CBSE Affiliation?

What is the On-Demand CBSE Affiliation?
Private schools or Government schools need to be affiliated to any of the prevalent education boards in the country. The three boards in India are the Central Board of Secondary Education, The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, and the State Boards. The on-demand Affiliation is a fast track method of affiliation, against payment, the amount stipulated by the Board. The on-demand affiliation request is usually made by those schools that had not filled the online affiliation form by the last date. The on-line CBSE portal for applying for normal affiliation opens on Janua...
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Introducing Artificial Intelligence soon

To keep pace with the needs of the new generation, that is exposed to a lot of knowledge through a myriad of sources, CBSE has introduced Artificial Intelligence as a sixth subject in Classes IX & X, to be introduced in the IX from the session 2019-20. The CBSE also suggests that to sensitize the students to AI, 12 hours may be allotted in class VIII. This article tries to introduce Artificial Intelligence to the readers. The study of how to invent computers which would ably mimic human intelligence is Artificial Intelligence (AI). The English dictionary explains AI as the theory and develo...
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What is New in CBSE (2019-20)?

What is New in CBSE (2019-20)?
The CBSE is the most popular Board of education in India. This has been possible because the CBSE has always been researching and reinventing new methods and standards of education. If the focal point of CBSE is to be explained in a nutshell then it is to take education to the highest level compared to the best in the world. Towards this end, the board constantly improves and improvises on the myriad aspects of school education. The latest major decisions effected by the CBSE are: 1. Learning outcomes: Special impetus is being given to Learning Outcomes, so that a child's progress can ...
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The Malady Called Tuitions

The Malady Called Tuitions
It has become a common practice to send children to tuitions so that they score better. In some cases, it is a matter of pride if one has secured admission in this institute or that, almost as if the child has got admission in some prestigious IIT! Even children as young as 4 years old are sent for tuitions especially in the metros, where the parents are too busy climbing the corporate ladder or too involved in their social whirlpool. Rarely is it because they are not literate or having some health issues. Our education system has given rise to a parallel system which sometimes threatens to ov...
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Franchise Management

Franchise Management
Buying a franchise is a life-changing experience that should only be done, after plenty of research and planning. In addition to due diligence is the need for guidance, because the reality is no research can take the place of experience. The franchise consultant team has been through the process of buying a franchise many times and they will be able to help you avoid all the common mistakes that often mean the difference between success and failure. WHY BUYING A FRANCHISE IS WISE Having the option of buying into a franchise business opportunity has really encouraged more and more peop...
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New Rules For Board Examinations-2019

New Rules For Board Examinations-2019
The CBSE has announced 4 new rules that will be implemented from the Board Exams 2019. The Board Exams of the Central Board of Secondary Education for classes 10 and 12 have started from February 15. To enable stress free examination for the students, CBSE has posted the new rules for aiding the students and their parents. These are: 1. School Uniform Mandatory Regular students must, compulsorily, arrive for their exams in Complete School Uniforms. If students don't wear the complete uniform then they can be stopped for entry to the exam centre. Schools too have been told about this so th...
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The School Management Committee and its Role

The School Management Committee and its Role
The School Management Committee of a private unaided school, affiliated to the CBSE shall be formed according to the stipulations laid down in the RTE Act 2009. The total number of members should not be more than 21. The composition of the SMC: The Head of the School will be a Member Secretary, 2 parents of students studying in the school, One mother and one father, Two teachers of the school, Two other persons who are teachers,or have been teachers, of another affiliated school or college, no,inmates by the the Trust/Society/ Company, Two members to be nominated by the Board, The r...
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How to Start a Primary School in India

How to Start a Primary School in India
Land and Infrastructure Select a land for your school which is at least of 1 acre. The land may be owned or may be leased with a rental agreement for 15 years. You would require at least Eight Classrooms, Two Activity rooms, Indoor playroom, Two Administration rooms, an Audiovisual room, a Reading Library, Computer Lab, Mathematics Lab, Language Lab, Science Demonstration Lab, and an Outdoor play area. The rooms must be bright and airy. Colorful walls, suitable furniture, pictures, toys and teaching aids too are required. Safety measures must be carefully installed in and out of the buildin...
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Primary Education

Primary Education
The aim of education is to bring desirable changes in the behaviours of the learner. It helps in the all round development of a child’s personality and inclusion of healthy attitudes and good values. Since education changes according to the changing needs of the society, the aims of education also varies from time to time in the same society. The aims and objectives are not uniform for all stages of education. There are differences in aims and objectives of primary, secondary and higher education due to variance of age and maturity, experiences, physical, mental and emotional growth of t...
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How to Start an ICSE School in India?

How to Start an ICSE School in India?
The process to start ICSE school in India includes plenty of norms and procedures to be followed with proper documentation to get the sanction for starting a school in India. Every school is associated with a prior board of education. ICSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is an established and well-known board of Indian Education System. Every board requires dedicated efforts to maintain and run a school. In general, opening a primary school on the first attempt to understand the norms and procedures critically proves to be beneficial. "How to open ICSE school" is a challenging task ...
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How to Start an IB School in India?

How to Start an IB School in India?
The process to start an IB school includes plenty of norms and procedures to be followed with proper documentation to get the sanction for starting a school in India. Every school is associated with a prior board of education. IB (Central Board of Secondary Education) is an established and well-known board of Indian Education System. Every board requires dedicated efforts to maintain and run a school. In general, opening a primary school on the first attempt to understand the norms and procedures critically proves to be beneficial. "How to open IB school" is a challenging task requiring sk...
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How to get IB Affiliation in India?

How to get IB Affiliation in India?
The affiliation of a school with a prior board of education is required whether it is for opening a school or running a school already. The procedure of getting the affiliation is necessary for every school in order to provide quality education. IB (International Baccalaureate) is the most preferred board depending on the area. Associating with the IB board of education helps us in the inner course of action and raises the academic standards. [includeme file="enquiries/instant_enquiry.php"] The minimum requirement to get IB affiliation in India is a school in running status as the ap...
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How to get ICSE Affiliation in India?

How to get ICSE Affiliation in India?
The affiliation of a school with a prior board of education is required whether it is for opening a school or running a school already. The procedure of getting the affiliation is necessary for every school in order to provide quality education. CISCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examination) is the most preferred board depending on the area. Associating with the ICSE board of education, helps us in the inner course of action and raises the academic standards. [includeme file="enquiries/instant_enquiry.php"] The minimum requirement to get ICSE affiliation in India is a scho...
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Challenges of Edu-Startup

Challenges of Edu-Startup
The Education Arena poses a continuous challenge to think creatively and to find financially sustainable ways in the new informal, formal and corporate educational processes, especially considering the incorporation of new Technologies. Institutions and citizens have been seeking information and communication technologies defying the established teaching cultures. [includeme file="enquiries/instant_enquiry.php"] An increasing number of startups have generated new solutions enabling, for instance, a greater interaction between teacher and students, content access in multiple platforms and...
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K12 schools of India in 2025

K12 schools of India in 2025
Educational methods are continuously evolving and will continue to do so at a rapid pace. The advent of information technology in schools has accelerated the changes in our education system even further. Schools will face amazing changes in the years to come. [includeme file="enquiries/instant_enquiry.php"] So what are the changes we can expect in schools in another 7 years? 1. Classes will no longer exist: ‘The multi - age concept is based on the assumption that children learn best in active ways through the interaction with the environment and with different people and allows for eac...
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Learning through Technology

Learning through Technology
A mix of modern, traditional and all the other methods of teaching like Technology/Activity based/play-way method/Project based Learning can be used by teachers in every classroom. All it requires is for a teacher to be well planned with the curriculum and the learning objectives. A well trained teacher technically sound with command over the teaching language can incorporate different methods to make learning an enriching experience. [includeme file="enquiries/instant_enquiry.php"] Many teachers have a general awareness that the Internet offers a rich source of potential learning resour...
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Major changes that can be seen in the K12 schools of India by 2025

Major changes that can be seen in the K12 schools of India by 2025
Educational methods are continuously evolved and will continue to do so at a rapid pace. The advent of information technology in schools has accelerated the changes in our education system even further. Schools will face amazing changes in the years to come. So what are the changes that can be expected in schools in another 7 years? 1. Classes will no longer exist: ‘The multi-age concept is based on the assumption that children learn best in active ways through the interaction with the environment and with different people and allows for each child to progress at their own pace. There wil...
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How to understand Genius and Unique Minds?

How to understand Genius and Unique Minds?
Each and every child is a genius to his or her parent, but not every parent is equipped with the knowledge or confidence to develop their child's creative, intellectual potential to its fullest extent. All parents compare their children with each other or with other children at some point or another. It is a natural human tendency to do so. However, this does not imply that comparing children is a healthy practice. As they say – Comparison is the thief of pure joy! Each child is unique and has his own set of strength and weaknesses, thus, parents must never indulge in comparing their offspring...
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The Role Of The School Management Committee

The Role Of The School Management Committee
Education is a three-pronged activity, one is the school, second the student and, third the parents/ community. Where the participation of the parents or community is negligent or absent, education remains a supply model and not a demand model. The progress of a country largely depends on the growth of the education system, a system that is dynamic and matches the best practices in the world. The Right To Education Act of 2009, which ensures free and compulsory education to children of the country, has been lauded as a landmark in the history of India. The Act also enumerates the role of th...
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Physical Infrastructure for a CBSE School

Physical Infrastructure for a CBSE School
In the Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018, the Central Board of Secondary Education has changed a few norms for affiliation particularly in the infrastructure of the school. In the latest Affiliation Bye-Laws the Board has expressed with clarity on all issues regarding affiliation. The new bye-laws shift away from the complex procedures to a simplified one. These have been affected so that there is no duplication and making the affiliation process fast. The affiliation process will be completely online. A new school seeking CBSE affiliation must satisfy certain conditions. These are: 1. Classrooms: ...
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Staff Recruitment and Service Rules in CBSE Schools

Staff Recruitment and Service Rules in CBSE Schools
Not many changes have been made to the existing Staff Recruitment and Service Rules in the newly released Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018. To protect the rights and interests of the staff, whether teaching or non-teaching, the CBSE has defined the recruitment process and service rules in the Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018. Qualifications of Teaching Staff: *To determine the minimum qualifications the guidelines notified by the NCTE shall be followed. *The Recruitment rules laid down by the State Government, KVS or JNVS May also be followed. Principal, Vice Principal, Post Graduate Teachers: Mast...
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