CBSE cites resource crunch behind mammoth fee hike

  • | Wednesday | 14th August, 2019

New Delhi, August 13A deficit of over Rs 200 crore in conducting board examination for class X and XII forced the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to hike fees, according to officials. Early board results, measures to make examination leak proof and error-free evaluation have imposed a financial burden on the CBSE, they said. The CBSE last week notified an increase in the examination fees for class X and XII, registration fees for class IX and XI migration fees. The CBSE spends around Rs 500 crore annually to conduct examinations for class X and XII, according to him. There has been an increase in expenses due to the introduction of technological interventions in conducting examinations as well as evaluation, he said.

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