The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to
remodel its some laws and rules to help ensure greater affiliation transparency.
CBSE chairman Rajesh Chaturvedi was quoted saying “We will work to update our by-laws to better tune them to
government policies that affect education to ensure better regulation and compliance.”
He said that there are wide range of concerns to which we have to pay attention.
Earlier times, disabled children have to attend special schools but now CBSE is trying to ensure that schools develop the infrastructure and resources to cater to children with special needs.
For the purpose CBSE is organising a two-day national conference on inclusive
education on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Not only this there will also be an attempt to ensure that children up to Class-2 do not have homework to do or schoolbags to carry.
CBSE will not only pass these laws but give proper attention to it’s implementation.