After 94 students miss board exams, CBSE notice to Ghaziabad school

  • By TOI
  • | Saturday | 14th April, 2018

Providing details, Ranveer Singh, regional officer, Dehradun, CBSE said, “The school misguided the parents by saying that their students’ names had been deleted by CBSE during school inspection. The students alleged that they were not given admit cards when they reached Holy Angel’s. The school, however, denied knowledge of having any agreement with the students' schools.An inquiry was subsequently done by the CBSE in the matter. I have dispatched a notice to the said school and they have to reply within 30 days. DEHRADUN: CBSE’s regional office in Dehradun has sent a show-cause notice to a school in Ghaziabad which had allegedly promised schools not affiliated to CBSE to register their students for their CBSE board exams, resulting in 94 students missing the exams.The notice asked why Holy Angel’s Public School’s “provisional affiliation for its secondary and senior secondary certificate level” to the CBSE should not be cancelled for violation of affiliation bye-laws of the board.


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