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School/CBSE/State Education Department Guidelines to Reduce Weight of School Bag in the Schools Affiliated to CBSE

School/CBSE/State Education Department Guidelines to Reduce Weight of School Bag in the Schools Affiliated to CBSE

Reducing the Weight of School Bags 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed schools affiliated to it to ensure that students do not carry school bags till Class II. In its latest circular dated 12th September, 2016, it has advised all its affiliated schools to take all possible measures to keep the weight of school bag under control.

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has recommended only two books (Language and Mathematics) for classes I & II and three books for Classes III to V (Language, Environmental Studies and Mathematics). NCERT has also made available all their textbooks for free access through the web (epathshala.nic.in) and mobile devices.

http://cbseacademic.nic.in/web_material/Circulars/2016/35_Cir_on_reduction_on_School_Bag.pdf

http://www.edudel.nic.in/upload_2013_14/556_558_dt_06052014.pdf

What are the adverse effects on health of growing children and if a child carries heavy bag for a long time?

Young children whose spine is at a crucial stage of growth are the most susceptible ones to hazards such as back pain, muscle pain, shoulder pain, fatigue and in extreme cases the distortion of spinal cord or shoulders that may most plausibly be attributed to heavy school bags.

  •         Frozen  Shoulder syndrome- Scarring or inflammation of muscles in the shoulder
  •         Compensatory deposit on spine—calcium deposits in the ligaments around the invertebral discs
  •         Spinal deformity
  •         Bad posture
  •         Chronic muscle pain in shoulder and arm

“This issue can be alarming as such children tend to have bad postures as they grow and can have permanent bent in their spinal cords in extreme cases,”  An orthopaedician R C Meena said “I have seen school children with issues like cold shoulder syndrome, compensatory deposit on spine and poor postures and on detailed probing it emerged that they had been carrying bags of over 20 per cent of their body weight,”

Who can play crucial role ?

Education being a subject in the Concurrent List of the Constitution and the majority of schools are under the jurisdiction of the State Governments, it is for the respective State/Union Territory Government to take appropriate measures to reduce the weight of schools bags of the children studying in their schools. Schools can play a significant role by sensitizing students, parents and teachers. It can be implemented thorough combined awareness and efforts  by taking  some feasible measures by schools, teachers and parents. 

 

Suggestions for Schools (CBSE Circular 12th September, 2016)

 Schools may exhort students to abide strictly by the timetable and relate the adverse effects of fatigue caused due to heavy bags on their day to day performance in class. This may either be done by integrating this knowledge across scholastic or co-scholastic areas or by sharing it during school assemblies. The theme such as Adverse Effects of Heavy School Bags may be included in various activities and functions conducted in school.

Students should be encouraged to repack their bags on daily basis and to avoid carrying unnecessary articles, textbooks, workbooks that are not needed.

Schools may check school bags randomly to ensure the proper weight of school bags. This will have deterrent effect for future.

Schools may ensure the adequate supply of potable and safe drinking water for everybody and counsel students not to bring the heavy water bottle to school. This may be possible if all the teachers including principal consume the same water that is taken by their students. Regular quality checks of water may also be ensured.

Schools should design weekly timetable in such a way that minimum number of textbooks and workbooks are required each day. It should be evenly spread over to the entire week. Schools may take extra care to preclude the possibility of carrying large number of books/workbooks, atlas, drawing board etc. or other article by students.

Students need not carry extra pair of sportswear throughout the day rather they may be allowed to wear it for the entire day.

Timetable could also have separate provision for students to complete their assignments/projects during the school hours under direct supervision of teachers.

It is reiterated once again that all the tasks related to projects and activities can be done as group activities during the school hours. It should not be prescribed as home work as it leads to getting the school bag bigger.

Textbooks for classes I-VIII, apart from their academic worth, should be light weighted. Schools should not prescribe too many additional and supplementary textbooks which are at times voluminous, costly and designed in a pedagogically unsound manner. Kindly see the guidelines issued by CBSE in this regard. Textbooks and workbooks may not be hard bound.

There should not be any homework assigned to students of classes I-II and they need not bring their school bag.

Suggestions for teachers (CBSE Circular 12th September, 2016)

Teachers may also be counselled by the principals to provide unambiguous instructions for bringing textbooks beforehand and not to penalise students in any way for not bringing textbooks/workbooks. The fear of such measures may compel many students to bring most of the books/workbooks making their bags heavy.

Teachers may be encouraged to use alternative methods of teaching like the ones based on ICT to alleviate the dependence on textbooks.

Teachers may be asked to use loose sheets for the workbooks as it reduces the weight of school bag and facilitate the checking by teachers as well. Teachers would also require to carry less test copies.

Teachers may make pairs of children and these pairs may be allowed to share textbooks. One of the students in a pair may be asked to bring half of the textbooks required for the day and the remaining textbooks will be brought by the other student.

 

Suggestion for parents (CBSE Circular 12th September, 2016)

During PTM parents may be advised to be mindful of the health concerns of their wards and purchase lighter school backpack with two taut stripes.

For primary classes, parents may be told to remind and supervise children in repacking their bags everyday as per the timetable and ensure that their wards do not carry unnecessary items such as story books, playthings etc. to school.

Children are often in the habit of storing things in their school bags, therefore regular cleaning of the school bag is essential.

The bag should be put on tightly to the child’s back, rather than hanging off her shoulders.

 

 

Rajeev Ranjan

http://cbseacademic.nic.in/

http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=168903

http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2018/jun/07/pil-in-the-supreme-court-for-reducing-weight-of-ncert-books-1825059.html

CBSE Affiliation Norms/Essential conditions for affiliation of schools/CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018

CBSE Affiliation Norms/What is Composite Affiliation/CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018

CBSE Affiliation Norms/Period  of Affiliation Granted for a CBSE School/CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018

CBSE Affiliation Norms/Categories of Affiliation/Affiliation Bye-Laws 2018

 

 

 

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The Uttar Pradesh Self Financed Independent School (Fixation of Fees) Ordinance -2018

The Uttar Pradesh Self Financed Independent School (Fixation of Fees) Ordinance -2018

An “ORDINANCE” to provide for fixation of fees in self-financed independent schools in the State of Uttar Pradesh.

 

The Uttar Pradesh Self Financed Independent School (Fixation of Fees) Ordinance -2018

                                                                   Excerpt & Summary

                                                    Important Points to Remember

Uttar Pradesh Self Financed Independent School (Fixation of Fees) Ordinance -2018 Pdf

 https://cdn.s3waas.gov.in/s36883966fd8f918a4aa29be29d2c386fb/uploads/2018/04/2018041727.pdf

It is applicable for the state of Uttar Pradesh. It applied to all Self –financed Independent Schools of  Pre-primary, Primary, Upper Primary, High School and Intermediate Colleges granted recognition/affiliation by boards defined under clause (d) of section 2 by Uttar Pradesh Basic Shiksha Parishad, Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Uttar Pradesh, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Indian Council of Secondary Education (ICSE), International Baccalaureate (IB) and International General Certificate of Secondary Education(IGCSE), or any other Board notified by the Government from time to time in which total payable possible fee of any student is more than Rupees Twenty Thousand Per Annum. It shall also be applicable to Minority Institutions recognized/affiliated by any of the said board. It shall not be applicable to independent Pre-Primary Schools.

Chapter II of Ordinance discusses rules and regulation in details under the title “Admission to Schools and Fees. Fixation of Fees under section 4.1 and 4.2 discusses most crucial aspect of this ordinance i.e. “Procedure of Fixing School Fees” under different categories which has been briefly mentioned in below paragraph under the title Fixation of Fees.

Fixation of Fee:-

  1. 1 –Permitted fee increase for existing students- A recognized school may revise its fee annually for its existing students by itself for each grade/class/level of school equivalent to average percentage per capita increase of monthly salary of teaching staff of previous year provided fee increase shall not exceed latest available yearly percentage increase in consumer price index +five percent of the feerealized from the student.

2- Permitted fee fixation for new student:- The school shall be free to determine its fee for the new students for any class/grade/level seeking fresh admissions, in a particular academic year subject to guidelines, if any , notified by the government. Increase in fee for subsequent years for these students shall be in accordance with sub-section (1)

Admission and School Fees

Procedure of collecting fees in a school shall be open, transparent and accountable.

The fees to be charged shall be classified as: – Possible Fees Components

  1. Prospectus and Registration Fees: – It shall be payable only at the time of registration by the students.
  2. Admission Fees: – At the first time of new admission to the school.
  3. Examination Fees: – For conducting different examinations in the school.
  4. Composite Annual Fees:– Single head annual recurring fee payable each year, provided that , upon commencement of this Ordinance, any recognized school charging recurring fee under different heads, shall, from the ensuring academic year, be required to club all such heads into a single head recurring fee as provided.
  5. Optional Fees Component: Various fee payable for optional activities and facilities provided by the school, including:-
  1. Transport
  2. Boarding
  3. Mess or dining
  4. Excursions
  5. Any other similar activities
  1. Refundable Charge-Security money/caution money shall be returned to the students on clearing all applicable dues at the time of leaving the school by the student.
  1. Security money/caution money will be refunded with interest for the duration of the deposit with the school, at prevalent rate of SBI saving account.
  2. Security money/caution money shall be refunded by the school within thirty days from the issuing date of transfer certificate through e-payment.
  1. Head of the school principal/manager/chairperson of recognized school shall file with the appropriate authority, a full statement of the fees to be levied by such school for one academic year before the commencement of new session.
  2. School will upload statement of fees on its websites sixty days prior to commencement of each academic year.
  3. School shall collect fees on monthly, or quarterly, or half yearly installments. School will not collect fees on annual basis.
  4. School will not increase fees without prior approval of the appropriate authority
  5.  School will not charge capitation fee.
  6. School will issue “receipt” for every fee or charge levied on the student
  7.  No students shall be compelled to purchase books, shoes, socks and uniform etc from a particular shop.
  8. School Uniform: – School dress shall not be changed by the school within five consecutive academic years.
  9. All Self –financed Independent Schools of  Pre-primary, Primary, Upper Primary, High School and Intermediate Colleges recognized/affiliated by different boards

The Divisional Fee Regulatory Committee shall impose fine Rupees 1 lac for the first time violation of  the Uttar Pradesh Self Financed Independent School (Fixation of Fees) Ordinance -2018, 2nd time fine will be 5 lacs and violation of ordinance in 3rd time may lead to de-affiliation of organization/institutes. Self –financed independent schools need to display all essential information on school websites for ensuring open, transparent and accountable system for the students, parents and appropriate Government officials.

Indian Educationist

Rajeev Ranjan

uttar pradesh self financed independent schools fixation of fees ordinance 2018

uttar pradesh self financed independent schools regulation of fees bill 2018

 

Reference:-

https://cdn.s3waas.gov.in/s36883966fd8f918a4aa29be29d2c386fb/uploads/2018/04/2018041727.pdf

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https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics-and-nation/relief-for-parents-up-brings-law-to-restrict-private-schools-from-raising-fees-beyond-8/articleshow/63607419.cms

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JEE Main and JEE Advanced Result for Admission in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) India

JEE Main and JEE Advanced Result for Admission in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) India

Joint Entrance Examination (Main) and Advanced – 2018

Indian Institute of Technology is premier organization of India. Alumni of Indian IITs have been constructively contributing their innovative ideas for making 21st century world citizen’s life easy. A number of IITs alumni work in different corners of the world and in different fields.

IITs established by government of India Institute of Technology Act, 1961 to impart standard technical education in India. IITs are great institutes of national importance. Presently, 23 IITs are fully functioning in India. Qualifying in JEE Main and JEE Advanced entrance test are matter of great importance of a student, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE, New Delhi) conducts JEE Main entrance test in all over India including a few examination center in foreign countries to fetch Indian as well as foreign students to this premier institutes.

The JEE (Main) secretariat/CBSE is only an examination conducting body. After declaration of result the data is handed over to SEAT ALLOCATION BOARD or the concerned state government/institute for Seat Allocation Process and admission procedure. The JEE (Main) Secretariat/CBSE does not collect the information regarding total number of seats available in the institutions and reservation criteria followed by the institutions. (JEE Main Information Bulletin)

Only the All India Rank (AIR) is used for admissions through Central Seat Allocation Board to NITs/IIITs/CFTIs/SFIs/Others, while other ranks are for information purposes. Eligibility for Admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating through SEAT ALLOCATION BOARD Admission to NITs, IIITs and CFTIs participating though Central Seat Allocation Board will be based on All India Rank as explained above in section 2.10 subject to the condition that the candidate should have secured at least 75% marks in the 12thclass examination, or be in the top 20 percentile in the 12th class examination conducted by the respective Boards. For SC/ST candidates the qualifying marks would be 65% in the 12thclass examination. (JEE Main Information Bulletin)

Admission criteria to Undergraduate Engineering Programs at NITs, IIITs, Other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions, Institutions funded by participating State Governments, and other Institutions shall include the performance in the class 12/equivalent qualifying Examination and in the Joint Entrance Examination, JEE (Main). The Paper-1 (B. E./B. Tech.) of JEE (Main) will also be an eligibility test for the JEE (Advanced), which the candidate has to take if he/she is aspiring for admission to the undergraduate programmes offered by the IITs. The States of Madhya Pradesh, Nagaland and Odisha have joined JEE (Main) system. Therefore, the candidates seeking admission to the institutions in these states, which were earlier admitting based on their State Level Examination, are also advised to fill in the JEE (Main) – 2018 application form online.

IIT-JEE was renamed JEE-Advanced in 2013.  JEE-Advanced is the gateway to securing admission to any one of the 23 IITs. To appear for this test, an aspirant has to first qualify JEE (Main) and figure in the top two lakh candidates. Those who qualify JEE (Advanced), but do not find a seat in the engineering branch of their choice at an IIT, usually opt for National Institutes of Technology (NITs), which admit students based on all-India ranks of JEE (Main).

Admissions to IITs are conducted in two stages. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) first conducts Joint Entrance Examination (Mains). Thereafter, candidates who secure all-India rank up to 2, 24,000 appear for JEE (Advanced), which is conducted by one of the IITs. The mains exams are held in a single day over two paper, with each paper being of 180 marks, containing 60 marks for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. This year, IIT Kanpur conducted JEE (Advanced).

Students work hard day and night to score good marks. In fact, an examination is not final destination for students; however it leads towards a goal to live a respectful life during the result time. Good result is a symbol of self respect. Good result boosts up student’s confidence. It is indeed a reward for his/her hard work and consistent attitude. Good result is instant energy for students, parents, schools, teachers and other society members. It is in fact positive rays for all other stakeholders. Life never ends after an examination but surely its positive and negative results have long lasting impact for students and other stakeholders.

JEE Main and JEE Advanced Result for Admission in Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) India

 

Basically there is no alternative to hard work. Proper time management and proper practice help an individual to feel the beauty of being a successful person. He insisted that there is no need to study so many hours for scoring the highest marks only we need to study with full focus and concentration. We can score high marks with consistent efforts. Self study is the best method of learning. It is complete one to one interaction with the help of textbook. Self study helps us to develop an insight for the self and syllabus. Dedicating his success to his parents’ sacrifices, Pranav said that his mother helped him form his base and his father motivated him. The topper further said, “If you focus well, your study hours won’t really matter. Stay focused and calm. Have faith in your teachers and their guidance, and always ensure that your knowledge is conceptually sound.”

Kalash Gupta, a student of Amity International School, Saket, on Sunday secured the third rank in the IIT-JEE Advanced results. Gupta, who scored 97.6 per cent in his Class 12 exams, secured 325 out of 360 marks in the IIT JEE Advanced exam, the results of which were declared on Sunday. “Instead of slogging in the last few days, I made sure to study a few hours every day. During this time, I also made sure that I keep some time for my hobbies which helped me de-stress,” Gupta said (Indian Express)

Develop a habit for reading consistently for whole year; no matter even if only one hour in a day. I never find a miraculous person in my life who has achieved great result in an academic field by working hard at 11th hours of examination. Working very hard before an examination is completely destroying one’s self because magic happens with once and at once in millions of people, otherwise a person who studies consistently for whole academic year; s/he only creates wonder in life. A wise student studies rationally and practice well before an examination for a better result

Learning part and portion of a syllabus is incomplete way for an examination preparation. Syllabus is designed to cover in a certain period. Proper planning and execution of planning with the help of good study materials can help students to achieve good score. Good students study complete prescribed syllabus. They try to develop better understanding of complete syllabus. 

Nature wise, each student cares his/her future and wants to do well in studies, but conversion of thinking into action on real ground makes all the differences****** There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning. (Jiddu Krishnamurti) So what is next?

Rajeev Ranjan

Indian Educationist 

References:-

Exam Preparation Tips: 15 best ideas and techniques for getting high grades/score in an examination

Exam Preparation: Study Tips and Guidelines

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-NEET Result Assessment

7 Tips and strategies by CBSE Toppers for scoring more than 90 percent in Class 10th and 12th-How?

CBSE Class 10 Result- Detailed Evaluation & Assessment for Parents, Teachers and School

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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-NEET Result Assessment

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Result

 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG) , 2018 (NEET UG -2018) under the Indian Medical Council Act -1956 as amended in 2018 and the Dentists Act-1948 as amended in 2018, for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in India in Medical/Dental Colleges run with the approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare , Government of India except for the institutions established through an Act of  Parliament  i.e. AIIMS and JIPMER Pudhucherry. The responsibility of the CBSE is limited to the conduct of the entrance examination, declaration of result and providing All India Rank to the Directorate General Health Services, Government of India for the conduct of counselling for 15% All India Quota Seats and for supplying the result to state/other Counselling Authorities. (Source:- https://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/Welcome.aspx)

 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Result 2017 & 2018

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is one of the most prestigious examinations in the field of medical science for getting admission in various medical courses in various medical colleges from Indian Union Territory and states. It is great door to enter into the field of medical sciences.

Students work hard day and night to score good marks. In fact, an examination is not final destination for students; however it leads towards a goal to live a respectful life during the result time. Good result is a symbol of self respect. Good result boosts up student’s confidence. It is indeed a reward for his/her hard work and consistent attitude. Good result is instant energy for students, parents, schools, teachers and other society members. It is in fact positive rays for all other stakeholders. Life never ends after an examination but surely its positive and negative results have long lasting impact for students and other stakeholders.

Give equal weightage to Physics, Chemistry and Biology

NEET aspirants work very hard to qualify the entrance test. Thousands of students take coaching from reputed institutions in India. When we talk about the success story of entrance exam qualifiers and rank holders, we find a common characteristic among all from last 20 years that they equally give weightage  for three main subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Al three subjects are equally difficult and complex. When a student makes a great poise among three, they qualify entrance examination. When a student give importance to any two subjects for various reason and complete 3rd subject half heartedly then it becomes hard to qualify entrance test because no one know which one subject questions become difficult to solve easily. Since all subjects have same question numbers so focus should be through preparation of all three subjects.

Learn Complete Syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Learning part and portion of a syllabus is incomplete way for an examination preparation. Syllabus is designed to cover in a certain period. Proper planning and execution of planning with the help of good study materials can help students to achieve good score. Good students study complete prescribed syllabus. They try to develop better understanding of complete syllabus.

Key facts and figures of (2018, 2017) National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Result CBSE New Delhi


Self Study Right Approach for Qualifying the Entrance Test

Basically there is no alternative to hard work. Proper time management and proper practice help an individual to feel the beauty of being a successful person. Self study is the best method of learning. It is complete one to one interaction with the help of textbook. Self study helps us to develop an insight for the self and syllabus. Several students shared that a student can surely qualify the entrance test with the help of honest self study, however further they added that if we wish to secure good ranks i.e. top 500 hundreds students, coaching institute really helps students in terms of rational preparation. Coaching institutes have their own well designed study materials, tips and techniques for students, well developed examination mock test offline and online for better preparation of students. Coaching institutes help students mentally as well as psychologically i.e. how to solve questions, how to distribute times and how to handle exam pressures etc. The real fact lies in the capability and capacity of students to consistently work hard for qualifying the test.

Develop a habit for reading consistently for whole year

Develop a habit for reading consistently for whole year; no matter even if only one hour in a day. I never find a miraculous person in my life who has achieved great result in an academic field by working hard at 11th hours of examination. Working very hard before an examination is completely destroying one’s self because magic happens with once and at once in millions of people, otherwise a person who studies consistently for whole academic year; s/he only creates wonder in life. A wise student studies rationally and practice well before an examination for a better result.

Solving Previous Years of Question Paper and Appearing for Mock Test at an Interval

Solving previous years of question papers is a game changing activity for qualifying an entrance test. Previous years question paper provides an insight for each and every aspirant. We get confidence while practicing. Solving previous year question paper is real assessment of our learning and hard work. We evaluate ourselves and re-plan our learning and learning methodology well in advanced before the final examination. We consult our mentor and subject expert. We discuss our problems with them to sort out. We work hard on the basis of subject expert assessment and our own evaluation. Solving previous years of question papers is authenticating our learning for the final examination.

Each individual is unique in this world. No one is similar to anyone. Learning is also a unique and complex phenomenon. Magic seldom occurs in a life of warrior. Warrior believes in preparing, planning and executing everything at right time and at right place. Warrior works very hard consistently for getting his desired goal. Wise student believes in himself. No barriers and no difficult circumstances stop a warrior to win the battle. Be a warrior! Just execute your planning in a right direction to achieve your target. You Can!

 Rajeev Ranjan

Indian Educationist

 

References:-

Exam Preparation Tips: 15 best ideas and techniques for getting high grades/score in an examination

 

Exam Preparation: Study Tips and Guidelines

7 Tips and strategies by CBSE Toppers for scoring more than 90 percent in Class 10th and 12th-How?

CBSE Class 10 Result- Detailed Evaluation & Assessment for Parents, Teachers and School

 

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