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These 20 Schools Disaffiliated by CBSE for Malpractices

In a bold move against malpractices in education, CBSE has disaffiliated 20 schools in India, among which 5 are in Delhi. Let's delve into the details of this crucial development:
Complete List of Unaffiliated Schools: Part 1 
- Prince UCH Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Sikar

 - Global Indian International School, Jodhpur

- Dronacharya Public School, Raipur

 -  Vicon School, Vidhan Sabha Road, Raipur

 - Kartar Public School, Kathua
Complete List of Unaffiliated Schools: Part 2
- Rahul International School, Thane

 - Pioneer Public School, Pune

- Sai RNS Academy, Dispur

- Sardar Patel Public School, Misrod Hujur

- Loyal Public School, Bulandshahar
Complete List of Unaffiliated Schools: Part 3
- Trinity World School, Gautam Buddha Nagar

- Crescent Convent School, Ghazipur

- Peevees Public School, Malappuram

- Mother Theresa Memorial Central School, Thiruvananthapuram

- Gyan Einstein International School, Dehradun
Complete List of Unaffiliated Schools: Part 4
- Sidhhartha Public School, Delhi

- Bharat Mata Saraswati Bal Mandir, Delhi

- National Public School, Delhi

- Chand Ram Public Sr. Sec School, Delhi

- Marigold Public School, Delhi
Unveiling Malpractices
- CBSE takes a stand against malpractices in education.

- 20 schools in Delhi face disaffiliation due to various violations.
Breach of Standards
- Schools found guilty of administrative irregularities and academic dishonesty.

- CBSE officials uncover discrepancies in infrastructure and teaching standards.
Affiliation-by Laws
CBSE affiliation rules say schools can only recommend students for exams who are enrolled and attend classes regularly (75% attendance).
Reason Behind Revoking Affiliations
Many schools were seen sponsoring dummy students in exams who don’t attend school and focus on coaching, hurting proper learning and violating CBSE rules.
Upholding Integrity
- CBSE emphasises the importance of transparency and accountability.

- The disaffiliation serves as a warning to educational institutions nationwide.
Ensuring Fairness
- Parents and students are urged to prioritise institutions with ethical conduct.

- CBSE vows to maintain fairness and quality in education.
Supporting Affected Students
- CBSE assures support to affected students to minimise academic disruption.

- The board reaffirms its commitment to providing quality education opportunities.
Setting a Precedent
- CBSE's actions set a precedent for other educational boards.

- The need for stringent regulatory measures and periodic audits highlighted.
CBSE's decisive action against malpractices is a beacon of hope for the education sector.