Karnataka education dept notice to 700 schools for running CBSE, ICSE syllabus in violation of rules
The MS Dhoni school in Bengaluru has also been issued a notice in connection to this
The Karnataka Education department has issued notices to 700 schools in the state for registering under the Karnataka Education Act but running CBSE and ICSE syllabi.
The MS Dhoni school in Bengaluru has also been issued a notice in connection to this.
According to the department, the MS Dhoni school has also been running other boards’ syllabi but is registered under the Karnataka government.
The procedure is to apply for a Non-Objection Certificate from the Education Department and then apply for CBSE or ICSE certification.
The MS Dhoni school has allegedly been running CBSE and ICSE syllabi without the registration of the respective boards.
Earlier, in January, Bengaluru's Orchids International School came under scrutiny after an FIR was filed against the Nagarbhavi branch for violating the Karnataka Education Act.
The school allegedly admitted Class 9 and 10 students and held classes as per the syllabus prescribed by CBSE.
The FIR named Ralph Andrade, president of St Teresa Education, Cultural and Development Society, Sanjay L's authorized secretary, Manjula B, principal of Orchids school, and the managing partner of K12 Techno Services as accused in the case.
They were booked under sections 420 (cheating) and 34 (acts by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).