10,000 Schools across Karnataka may not get renewal of recognition this year

10,000 Schools across Karnataka may not get renewal of recognition this year


Last updated: 24 Jan 2022


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The Department of Secondary Education Board of Government of Karnataka has recently relaxed norms for one year for equipping the fire and building safety norms for the schools according to the latest standards across the state. The private school associations are unhappy with this decision as they claim that they still require some time to equip their schools due to lack of funds caused due to covid pandemic.  

The department of public instruction recently ordered the school administrations to submit an affidavit that they will provide building and fire safety documents from departments by the next academic year for recognition/renewal. 

The RUPSA stated that schools had to face a lot of technical hurdles due to Covid 19 pandemic in the past 2-years, and it may not be practically possible to get renewal approval for building and fire safety measures within a short time. The RUPSA stated that nearly 10,000 of its member schools may not be in a position to apply for renewal due to unexpected challenges faced by them in the past 2-years due to pandemic restrictions.

The RUPSA quoted that the process is very much simple in case of other boards when compared to Karnataka State Board and it is time consuming. Hence,the RUPSA stated that nearly 10,000 member schools may miss the renewal process for this year.

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