CBSE School setup process
To start a school is a very huge task that involves large amount of capital and risks associated with it. There are different boards to which each and every school is affiliated. Among these boards, one of the well established, popular and one of the oldest board in the system of education is CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).
As every board has certain norms and rules, in the same manner CBSE has also made few norms that one has to follow to while applying for affiliation.
CBSE offers the benefits of a self financing board that puts a lot of efforts to develop and manage a consistent curriculum through all the schools.
To get the affiliation from CBSE board one has to abide by various compliances like licenses, approvals and acceptances from education authorities as well as it also requires the basic pre-requisites like infrastructure, site, furniture and other set up. The complete process of affiliation demands dedicated efforts and perfection.
Below are some points that will help you the get an idea about the opening of a new CBSE board school in India:
Eligibility: schools that can apply for affiliation are government schools, private & unaided schools, schools run by public sector undertakings and by government departments, schools run by autonomous organizations. The further details are available on the website.
Capital: as every business requires some capital to start up, same is the case with the schools. To set up a new school, one must have capital to set up its infrastructure and completing all the procedures for its set up. But the first step where the capital is required is the procurement of land either by lease or by purchasing followed by setting up infrastructural components. The capital can be arranged though loan but there must be a minimum capital available to you.
Registration of Society or Trust: every school must be supported by government organization or NGO but if the school is an unaided school then you have to form a society or Trust under the Societies Registration Act 1860 of the Government of India or under Acts of the State Governments as educational, charitable or religious societies having non-proprietary character and the purchased land must be on the name of the society or trust.
Land and Construction: after the formation of the trust or society, required land has to be purchased and NOC has to be obtained from state government to start the school followed by construction as per the CBSE norms.
Apart from these procedures you have to obtain certain approvals like from health departments, Municipal Corporation and many other approvals.
Once these formalities are dealt with, you can then start the staff recruitment, branding and promotions for admissions and enjoy a goodwill of a CBSE affiliated school.
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