As per the norms laid by Government, a school can only be managed and run by a proper society, which is registered as well. So, before starting a school, we need to make a group of people and form a society.
After the formation of society, the foremost requirement is to have a land. M.P. Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal has detailed out minimum land required. This land requirement varies with the city and area and is depend on number of sections planned.
After this, the next step is to start the affiliation process in consultation with the District Education Officer (DEO) and BRC. The DEO will issue an Essentiality Certificate, which is very important to ensure hassle-free workings in your school.
The next step is to decide the curriculum for your school as per the guidelines issued by the board. After this, the next step is to recruit teaching faculty. Because a school is as good as its teachers, so, it’s very important to recruit teachers who have a good knowledge of their subject, are well qualified and have the desired teaching experience. Apart from the teaching staff, you will have to hire well-trained non-teaching staff as well.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is an International level board of education in India, which acts as an examining body for secondary and senior secondary education in various government and private schools.
The board comes under Ministry of HRD, under the Central Government of India and has its headquarters in Preet Vihar, New Delhi.
The first education board to be set up in India in 1921. It was the “Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education”. This board was formed under the jurisdiction of Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior. In 1929, the government of India set up a joint board named "Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana". This included Ajmer, Merwara, Central India and Gwalior. Later it was confuted to Ajmer, Bhopal. In 1952, it became the "Central Board of Secondary Education".
As on date, there are about 21,000 schools in India and 250 schools in 28 foreign countries affiliated to the CBSE. The board has 10 Regional Offices, spread across the country, which are responsible for conducting AISSE (Class X exams) and AISSCE (Class XII exams). The board has a very high reputation not only within India, but even outside India.
To start a school, the first requirement is to form a society because according to norms made by government, a school can only be run by a society. Once the society is formed, the foremost requirement is of the land on which school will be established. Depending upon the geographic location of the school, and number of sections desired, CBSE has detailed out the minimum size of land. After, this, the next step is to get affiliation from state board of the respective state. Once this affiliations is received, to get CBSE affiliation, we need a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the state board.
We need to decide the curriculum for the school as per the guideline given by the board. The next step is to identify and hire teaching and non-teaching staff as per the CBSE norms. The teaching staff has to undergo compulsory training by the CBSE, the expenses for which are borne by the school. The board, first gives affiliation up to secondary level (Class 10). After 2 years, you may apply for affiliation up to Senior Secondary level (Class XII).
1. CBSE schools are approved by Central Government of India and its certificate is valid all over the world.
2. CBSE is lot more student-friendly than State Boards. Its course structure is designed to ensure that students do not face a lot of pressure and books are interactive and interesting. Also, lots of fun activities are included in between the chapters to help students learn in a playful way. It makes the whole process of conveying knowledge to the students efficient and healthy.
3. CBSE exams are also very conducive to a positive environment for students. All efforts are taken to ensure that the students actually learn from the entire process. They don't need to mug up things to pass the exams. The papers are designed in such a way that they test how much the students have learnt. The results are mostly favorable and very few students fail in CBSE exams.
4. CBSE has syllabus that useful for the students to connect with the world's latest technologies.
5. CBSE has provided objective knowledge which is most helpful for the competitive examination.
6. The CBSE curriculum will definitely help you a lot if you are planning to pursue future studies from a centralized institution like an IIT or AIIMS. The preliminary exams for these institutions are organised by CBSE only and therefore you all can get an edge over others if you have done your primary and secondary education in CBSE board.
7. CBSE not only imparts quality knowledge to the students but also ensures overall physical and mental growth. It encourages students to pursue sports alongside studies, and a lot of emphasis is given on the physical growth of the children. It also teaches the students to be good citizens of the country and above all good humans.
8. CBSE offers a lot of flexibility to the students to pursue their field of interest. At each stage of education, students are given a choice to study in their field of interest and there is no compulsion to pick a certain stream. This primarily instills a sense of confidence in the students and eventually helps them to believe in the system.
9. Extra-curricular activities are also included in the syllabus of the board.
10. It organizes various types of competition and seminar for both the students as well as the mentor to promote the all round education which helps the students in their future.
With our vast experience in this field, we can help you at every stage of the process. Right from guiding you to make the Detailed Project Report, to designing and constructing the school building. We can also help you in deciding the course curriculum and recruiting the staff. Finally, we can help you in getting the affiliation. We can guide you on the finer point of the affiliation process, which are very critical during the inspection.
At the outset, we work in such a way, that there are no ‘deficiencies’ pointed out by the inspection team. But, in the rare situation, if there is any deficiency, we help you remove that and get the final affiliation.
Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education, Bhopal (commonly known as MP Board or MPBSE) was established under “Madhya Pradesh secondary Education Act, 1965”. The M.P. Board is the sole authority for conducting the Class X and Class XII Board level exams for all its affiliated schools within the state of Madhya Pradesh. The main exams are conducted in the month of March-April every year and supplementary exams are conducted in the month of June-July of the same year.