It is a good thing for those doing business in the education sector that the demand for high quality private schools is increasing, but it is also important to understand that the process of starting a school in India is not as easy as 'Do Dooni Char' ... More than 22 crore children in India are studying in schools. Even more important is that despite this 14 crore children are deprived of education. According to a general survey, India currently needs 2,00,000 more schools
Schools in India come under the Non-Prot Organizations and are registered under the section 8 of the Companies Act 2013. One can also open a school under the Societies Act of 1860.Opening a school in India depends on various laws regulated both by the center and the state. It also depends where you are starting your school and which board of education you are adopting. Here is a brief guide on how to start a school and its cost estimation in India. Make a Brief Blueprint of Your School There are various factors involved in the opening of a school in India
No instruction, education, entertainment, recreation or activity of any kind which, in the opinion of the Permanent Secretary for Education , is in any way prejudicial to the welfare of the students or to their education generally shall be permitted on any school premises or on the occasion of any school or classroom activity
offering optional studies, and adopting diverse learning, teaching and assessment strategies. Hence, when developing a school-based curriculum, apart from adopting the guidelines from the CDC, schools should also take into account teachers’ professional views when making school-based adaptations, and strike a balance between such considerations.
This is an online application for provisional affiliation with CISCE that is to be filed electronically. Please read the instructions provided below carefully, before you start filling the application form. Prior to submitting the application, study CISCE’s Guidelines for Affiliation.