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Land Requirement for CBSE Affiliation/Land Ownership Norms for CBSE Affiliation/Affiliation Bye Laws 2018

Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018

(Notification Date:-18th October 2018)

Land Requirement

 (Chapter 3) (Page no. 10, 11, 12/69)

 

Land requirement for a CBSE school

Land requirement for starting a CBSE school in Municipal Authorities of cities with a population exceeding 15 lakhs

Land requirement for starting a CBSE school Municipal Authorities of Ghaziabad, Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram cities only of National Capital Region

Land requirement for starting a CBSE School in Hill stations

Land requirement for a starting CBSE school in Sikkim/Arunachal Pradesh/ Jammu and Kashmir

What is the minimum requirement of land area to start a CBSE school?

How much land is required to establish a school in rural area?

How much land is required to establish a CBSE school in rural area?

What is the minimum land requirement to start a CBSE school?

How much land is required to open a CBSE school in Uttar Pradesh?

How much land is required to open a CBSE school in Metropolitan city?

Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018 mentioned clearly on page number (10, 11, 12/69) chapter 3 “ Land Requirement” under section  3.1 to 3.9 that applications for affiliation may be considered If:-

 The School or Society/Trust/Company managing the school must have land as per the following norms:

3.1 Requirements with Respect to Land

The following conditions should be satisfied in respect of the land:

3.1.1 The land on which the school is located should necessarily be a contiguous single plot of land. If there are more than two survey numbers etc. all the survey numbers/plots should be adjacent/touching each other and shall make a single plot of land on the whole.

3.1.2 A suitable building should be constructed on a part of the land mentioned in the 3.1.1 above.

3.1.3 A proper playground should exist on the remaining part of the land mentioned in the 3.1.1 above.

3.1.4 Other facilities as prescribed by the board from time to time should exist on a part of the land mentioned in the 3.1.1 above.

3.1.5 The land mentioned in the 3.1.1 above should be surrounded on all sides by a pucca boundary wall of sufficient and adequate height.

3.2 The school affiliated or seeking affiliation with the Board shall have a minimum of 8000 Square meters of land in general subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of section given in Appendix-V

3.3 The school not fulfilling the minimum requirement of 8000 square meters but having land not less than 6000 square meters many be granted affiliation, subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of sections given in the Appendix –V.

3.4 The land requirement will be of minimum 4000 square meters in case of the following, subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of sections given in the Appendix –V.

3.4.1 School located in limits of Municipal Authorities of cities with a population exceeding 15 lakhs.

3.4.2 School located in hilly areas. The norms as prescribed by the Planning commission (Niti Ayog) shall be applicable for determining the hilly areas.

3.4.4 School located in the North Eastern States

3.4.5 School located in the state of Jammu Kashmir

3.4.6 School located within the limits of Municipal Authorities of Ghaziabad, Noida, Faridabad and Gurugram cities only of National Capital Region

3.4.7. School located within the limits of Municipal Authorities of Panchkula (Haryana) and Mohali/SAS Nagar (Punjab), the satellite cities of Chandigarh

3.5 For the schools located within the limits of Municipal Authority of the cities classified as Class-X (at present Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Pune) by the Government of India the minimum land requirement will be 2000 square meters for a Secondary School and 3000 (4000 square) meters for a Senior Secondary School subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of sections given in the Appendix –V.

3.6 For the school mentioned in sub-clauses to this clause, the minimum land requirement will be 1600 square meters for a Secondary School and 2400 (or 3200) square meters for a Senior Secondary School subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of sections given in the Appendix –V.

3.6.1 For the school located in the limits of Municipal Authorities of 4 metropolitan cities of Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.

3.6.2 For the schools located in the state of Arunachal Pradesh

3.6.3 For the schools located in the State of Sikkim

3.6.4 For the school located on the Islands.

3.7 For the school situated on the Hill Stations, the minimum land requirement will be 2000 square meters for a Senior Secondary School and 3000 (or 4000) square meters for a Senior Secondary School subject to the restriction of optimum enrollment and number of sections given in the Appendix –V.

3.7.1 The institution should have an arrangement for sports and extracurricular activities with the nearby schools/collages or any other institution for a minimum period of 15 years

3.7.2 In case the arrangement in respect of 3.7.1 is with a private institution, a copy of the resolution passed by the management of the institution as its managing committee meeting may also be submitted to the board

3.7.3 In case the arrangement in respect of 3.7.1 is with a government institution, a copy of the letter issued by the head of the institution may also be submitted to the Board.

3.7.4 The number of students should be restricted in such institutions on the basis of constructed covered area of school building by following the norms of 1 sq. meter floor area per child.

3.8 LAND OWNERSHIP

All the land title documents should be in the name of the School/Society/Trust/Company which has established the school.

3.8.1 In case of ownership, the land title documents should be a Sale Deed/Conveyance Deed/Gift Deed/Lease Deed/ Allotment Letter etc. duly registered before the Registration Authority concerned of the State as per rules.

3.8.2 In case of lease, the Lease Deed of the land/building should be duly registered before the Registration Authority of the State and should be for a minimum effective term of 15 years.

3.8.3 A lease executed by a government or any agency of government may be accepted even if it is for a term of less than 15 years but the lease should specifically be for running school.

3.8.4 The lease deed shall be operational at the time of application for affiliation/upgradation/extension.

3.8.5 The period of validity of lease or any other documents of property should be such that it guarantees the enjoyment of lawful rights over the land for a continuous period of five years or more from the session for which the application for initial affiliation has been submitted.

3.8.5 It shall be responsibility of the school to renew the lease or allotment etc. during the period of affiliation to ensure lawful rights over the land on which the school is situated.

3.8.7 Period of lease will further be subject to the rules and policy of the State/UT Government.

3.8.8 In case of schools mentioned in 2.1.5, 2.1.6, 2.1.7, the land may be accepted if the same is under the ownership or legal possession of the (Central or State) Public Sector Undertakings, Statutory Bodies and Autonomous Body, Government Department etc. and has been allotted by the said (Central or State) Public Sector Undertaking, Statutory Bodies and Autonomous Body, Government Department etc. for running of school.

3.8.9 In case of schools established by or in large scale industries projects, the land may be accepted if the same is under the ownership or legal possession of the industrial project and has been allotted by the said industrial project for running of school.

3.9 For the purpose of Upgradation to Secondary Level Stage in respect of the schools which were granted Affiliation up to Secondary Level on or before the year 1996 under the relaxed condition of land requirement may be considered for Upgradation to 10 + 2stage provided that they should have at least 4000 square meters of land.

 

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Rajeev Ranjan

Land Requirement cbse affiliation bye-laws 2018

Reference/For More update i.e. Amendments –Kindly Visits the CBSE OFFICIAL WEBSITE

http://cbseaff.nic.in/cbse_aff/welcome.aspx

http://cbse.nic.in/attach/Affiliation_Bye_Laws_2018-pages-3-74.pdf

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