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Principles of Early Learning and Development and its Implications for Practice -Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Curriculum Framework

Principles of Early Learning and Development and its Implications for Practice

Principles of Early Learning and Development and its Implications for Practice -Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Curriculum Framework

The principles and practices relevant for learning and development in the early years are based on the insights and observations of thinkers and evidences from researches. Each of the principle elaborates specific ideas and at the same time they are all interconnected like the domains of development. The practical implications for each of the principle will also be influenced by the culture and individual prerequisites.

3.1 Development and learning takes place in all domains, development in one domain influences the other domain:

Children are thinking, feeling and interacting human beings and it is important to address all domains for their development. Changes or development in one domain facilitates or hinders the development of another domain.

3.2 Children’s development and learning follows a sequence in which later acquired abilities (skills and concepts) build upon what children already know and apply.

In the first few years of life the growth, change and development mostly follow a predictable pattern; however the way these changes are demonstrated varies in different context and culture. Knowledge of known sequence of development enables in developing early stimulation activities and curricular planning for children.

3.3 Child Development and Learning are characterized by individual variation:

While learning and development follows a predictable pattern there may be individual variation in the normative course of development as well as uniqueness of each child as an individual. No two children, even within the same family are the same. Each child has an individual pattern and timing of growth and development as well as individual styles of learning. Each individual child has his/her own strengths.

3.4 Children develop holistically and benefit from experiential learning:

This simply means that children learn best through active exploration using the senses such as touch, taste, smell and manipulation to build perceptual skills. Children should be actively interested and engaged in their learning with a high sense of motivation and positive disposition to explore and build skills across various domains.

3.5 Learning begins from birth:

From birth onwards children are mentally and physically active. They learn through all their senses and stimulations. Early care and stimulations whether positive or negative have a cumulative impact on children’s development. Since care and early stimulation promotes brain development and leads to the forming neural connections, it is imperative that children are provided with optimal stimulation in the early years and prevent cumulative deficit in the long run.

3.6 Development and learning result from a continuous interaction of biological maturation and experience.

A child has genetic endowments which may predict healthy growth, but inadequate nutrition in the early years of life will keep this potential from being fulfilled. On the other hand if the child is suffering from an inherent condition, then the detrimental impact learning and development can be minimized through systematic, individualized intervention. With this perspective in mind, it is important for early childhood educators to maintain high expectations and employ all their knowledge, ingenuity, and persistence to find ways to help every child succeed.

3.7 There are critical periods in development:

Research evidences reveal that some aspects of development occur most efficiently at certain points in the life span. For example the optimal period for oral language development in children is in the first three years of life, peer social skills are developed effectively during 3-5 years of life etc. Thus it is important to use these “windows of opportunity” and ensure that the children get the needed environmental inputs and supports for a particular kind of learning and development at its “prime time” for desired outcomes.

3.8 Children’s learning reflects a recurring spiral that begins in awareness, and moves to exploration, to inquiry, and finally, to application:

Any new learning by children begins with awareness, which is generated from their experiences with objects, events, or people and ends with utilization, where children are able to use what they have learnt for multiple purposes and apply their learning to new situations. At this stage children start exploring the next level of information and the spiral continues. Children with disabilities show a great degree of individual variations and the curriculum should make suitable adaptations to ensure that children are provided developmentally appropriate materials and experiences.

3.9 Children learn and develop in a stimulating/nurturing/supportive/protective environment:

During the early years of life, children move from sensory or behavioural responses to symbolic or representational knowledge. They learn within a social context and from meaningful interactions with other children, adults and materials around them. Throughout the early years, adults must provide a nurturing environment and play significant roles in helping children learn to develop empathy and cooperation, cultural socialization and self-regulation, language acquisition and communication, peer relationships, self- concept and identity formations.

3.10. Development and learning is largely influenced by the social and cultural context of the children.

Development and learning of children happens hand in hand and it largely depends on the influence of the child’s family, immediate environment, the community and at a broader level the society. Every culture has its own norms, structures and behaviours and more so each culture has its own way of interpreting children’s behaviour and development in its own way. Educators must be sensitive how their own culture has shaped their thinking and also consider the multiple environments in which different children live and how they need to be considered while making decision for children’s development and learning.

3.11 Children’s have curiosity and desire to learn:

Children are curious and have an innate desire to learn. Children observe what happens, talk, discuss and reflecting on their findings, stretch their imagination for possibilities, ask questions, and formulate answers. While exploring and learning young children construct their knowledge and understanding of the world, they learn as well as from teachers, family members, peers and older children, and from books and other media. To enable these ECCE teachers/caregivers must use multiple teaching strategies in meeting children’s different learning needs.

3.12 Children learn through play:

 Play is central to the child’s well-being and development. Children’s spontaneous play provides opportunities for exploration, experimentation, manipulation and problem solving that are essential for constructing knowledge. Play contributes to the development of representational as well as abstract thought. Children engage in various kinds of play, such as physical play, language play, object play, pretend or dramatic play, constructive play, and games with rules. This further influences their motivation, disposition and approaches to learning. Developing positive approaches to learning goes a long way to determine later academic success in life. Adults must provide opportunities for children to explore play and apply.

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ECCE-Objectives of Early Childhood Care and Education-National ECCE Curriculum Framework

Early Childhood Care and Education


Early Childhood Care and Education

Objectives of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)

The aim of Early Childhood Care and Education is to facilitate optimum development of the child’s full potential and lay the foundation for all round development and lifelong learning. While parents and home have the main responsibility of the welfare of the child, a strong partnership between the community and the ECCE centres is important for the well-being of the child and in achieving the following objectives.

Broad objectives of the Early Childhood Care and Education programme are to:

  1. Ensure each child is valued, respected, feels safe and secure and develops a positive self-concept
  2. Enable a sound foundation for physical and motor development of each child- as per each child’s potential
  3. Imbibe good nutrition routines, health habits, hygiene practices and self-help skills
  4. Enable children for effective communication and foster both receptive and expressive language
  5. Promote development and integration of the senses
  6. Stimulate intellectual curiosity and develop conceptual understanding of the world around by
  7. providing opportunities to explore, investigate and experiment
  8. Enhance development of pro-social skills, social competence and emotional well being
  9. Develop sense of aesthetic appreciation and stimulate creative learning processes.
  10. Imbibe culturally and developmentally appropriate behaviour and core human values of respect and love for fellow human beings.
  11. Enable a smooth transition from home to ECCE centre to formal schooling
  12. Enhance scope for overall personality development

The purpose of this framework is to promote quality and excellence in early childhood care and education by providing guidelines for child care and early educational practices.

Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) encompass the inseparable elements of care, health, nutrition, play and early learning within a protective and enabling environment. It is an indispensable foundation for lifelong development and learning, and has lasting impact on early childhood development.

Children also differ in their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive capacities. Each child requires a safe and nurturing environment to develop optimally.

Regardless of income, social status, geographic isolation, and other potential barriers, all children deserve and have a right to inclusive and equitable opportunities to build on their unique strengths.



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What are qualities of a good leader?   What are the characteristics of a good leader? What is leadership ?

We are unique individuals. We possess unique leadership quality to lead oneself, family and professional life, however conscience, clear vision, self confidence, strong determination  and  strong will power to take a wise decision at right time and at right place are core essential qualities of a leader. Rajeev Ranjan

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How to overcome fear simple and effective steps to change our life

How to overcome fear simple and effective ideas to change our life

In life-

Afraid people ask!

How it will happen?

Valiant people ask!

How it will not happen?

That brings a big difference

Fear gives a clear indication and invitation for you, win me otherwise I will  ensure your defeat……Would you like to be defeated by fear or ——–Will you defeat  fear with your great valor?

Valiant and scared men are frightened in same intensity. Frightened man is trapped with his fear and valiant man takes a courageous step forward to win over the fearful situation. Read more—————————————————

Paridhi – a baby girl – 18  months old –enjoying bathing in the Ganga River –fearless- wanted to bath all alone





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CBSE Affiliation Guidelines to Schools and Inspection Committees for Inspection for Provisional Affiliation

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Central Board of Secondary Education

CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws



CBSE Affiliation up to Secondary School/ Senior Secondary

Appendix I- (Page no: 69-70)


 CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws is the main document for the CBSE affiliated school. CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws mentioned Guidelines to Schools and Inspection Committees for Inspection for Provisional Affiliation” etc. in Appendix I- (Page no: 69-70). School management and principal of upcoming schools/newly operated schools should take utmost care for preparing these essentials documents for ensuring CBSE affiliation for their schools. They should frequently visit on CBSE Official website  and e-affiliation websites for updated information regarding preparing necessary documents for proceeding affiliation process.

Appendix I

  1. The schools awaiting inspection for approval of middle class syllabus /provisional affiliation/upgradation should make available the following information/ records /documents duly completed for Inspection Committee they will mention about these aspects in their Inspection Report.
  2. The Constitution of the Society /Trust/# Company Registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 running the school copy; of the certificate of registration; names of the members of the Society / Trust/# Company Registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1956 with occupation and address (Affidavit regarding relationship among the members).
  3. Composition of the School Managing Committee, names of the members of the School Managing Committee with occupations and addresses and its formation should be as per guidelines given in Chapter VI. Affidavits etc. with regard to relation of the members of the School Managing Committee. with each other be obtained and verified.
  4. Statement of income and expenditure of the school, and the balance sheet; copy of the audited accounts of the past three years, sources of income (regular or otherwise) for development or expansion of existing facilities ,library , laboratories, play fields etc.
  5. An up to date statement showing the names and qualifications, date of birth of the Principal and teachers and allotment of teaching work in the Secondary/ Senior Secondary Classes. In the case of unaided privately managed schools, the degrees, diplomas or certificates, in original of the members of the staff must be shown to the Inspection Committee. The Inspection Committee should certify of having seen the original certificates / degrees etc. carefully for each member of the staff.
  6. Proof in respect of subjects offered for graduation in respect of trained graduate teachers teaching classes IX-X and post graduate teachers teaching classes XI-XII with preferably original mark sheet from the Universities from which they got their degrees. A statement should be obtained in the prescribed proforma.
  7. Service agreement with employees: salaries paid to the staff: scale of pay and allowances which should at least be at par with corresponding categories of teachers employed in Government institutions; disbursement of salaries to be made by cheques at the beginning of the month, but not later than 10th of each month; provision of the Provident Fund and other benefits to the employees be verified. The service agreement should be as per Board’s norms / State or U.T. Government norms:
# Rule amended in the Affiliation committee’s meeting held on 16th May 2007 and approved by the Governing Body at its meeting held on 29th June 2007.
  1. Reserve Fund: whether this has been maintained and its details or whether the school has funds to maintain the same, if affiliation is granted.
  2. Building and class rooms: Proof regarding possessing 2 acres of land, general suitability of the land and building for school purposes; adequacy of class-rooms: availability of spare rooms for co-curricular activities as per norms prescribed.
  3. Library facilities: dimensions of the stack room and of the reading room; number of books with details regarding the cost of books, indicating also the different categories of books; annual budgets for the library; number of the magazines subscribed to etc. as per norms prescribed in these Bye-laws.
  4. Laboratories: dimensions and number of laboratories for the different science subjects; equipment; apparatus and chemicals as prescribed by the Board; annual budget for expansion of facilities in the laboratories.
  5. Physical and Health Education: details of play grounds available; other recreational facilities; provision for medical check-up; availability of a school doctor.
  6. Recognition of the Middle School by the Education Department: approval of syllabus of Middle Classes; copy of certificate of recognition /approval; no objection certificate.
  7. Statement of number of pupils: class and section-wise enrollment separately of boys and girls and total enrollment with pupil teacher ratio.
  8. Record of internal assessment: record of third language results in Class-VIII/ X; record of Work Experience, Art Education, Physical and Health Education activities etc.
  9. Health and sanitary conditions: health and sanitary conditions certificate from the municipal authorities, fire safety and safe drinking water certificates.
  10. Prospective plans: in case school is expanding from class VIII to become a Secondary School’ or from Secondary to Senior Secondary; plans detailed information on sources of finance and availability of additional land etc.
  11. ! Fulfillment of conditions laid down by the Board earlier, evidence to be provided to the Inspection Committee (applicable in the case of subsequent inspections only)
Note: The information regarding the above items should be prepared and certified by the Manager/Correspondent and the Principal for handing over to the Inspection Committee (two folders) which will forward a copy of the same along with its report in duplicate to the Board.


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Code of Conduct – Employees of CBSE Affiliated Schools- Affiliation Bye Laws

Code of Conduct for Employees”


CBSE Affiliated Senior Secondary or Secondary School

CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws

Chapter- VII- Service Rules for Employees

(Section 42)

Code of Conduct for employees–CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws Chapter-VII Service Rules for Employees (Section 42)

 CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws is the main document for the CBSE affiliated school. In chapter VII “Service Rules for Employees” under section 42 “Code of Conduct for employees” mentioned in CBSE Affiliation Bye- Laws. Basically, CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws mentioned 22 “Code of Conduct for employees” for the CBSE Affiliated Schools. These are following:-Every employee shall be governed by the Code of Conduct. The following acts shall constitute breach of code of conduct:

i) Habitual late coming and negligence of duty.

ii) Use of abusive language, quarrelsome and riotous behavior.

iii) Insubordination and defiance of lawful order.

iv) Disrespectful behaviour, rumour mongering and character assassination.

 v) Making false accusations or assault either provoked or otherwise.

 vi) Use of liquor or narcotics on the school premises.

vii) Embezzlement of funds or misappropriation of school property or theft or fraud.

viii) Mutilation/destruction of school records and property.

ix) Conviction by a court of law for criminal offence.

x) Possession in school premises of weapons, explosives, and other objectionable materials. 

xi) Indulging in or encouraging any form of malpractice connected with examination or other school activities.

xii) Divulging confidential matters relating to school.

xiii) Obstructing other members of the staff from lawful duties and indulging in any sort of agitation to coerce or embarrass the school authorities.

xiv) Carrying on personal monetary transactions among themselves, with the student and/or with the parents.

xv) Taking active part in politics.

xvi) Propagating through teaching lessons or otherwise communal or sectarian outlook or inciting or allowing any student to indulge in communal or sectarian activity.

xvii) Making sustained neglect in correcting class work or home work.

xviii) Taking private tuitions without permission of school authorities.

xix) Organizing or attending any meeting during school hours except when he is required or permitted by the Head of the school to do so.

xx) Absenting from work even though present in the school premises or absent without leave.

xxi) Preparing or publishing any book or books commonly known as keys or assist whether directly or indirectly in their publication or as a selling agent or canvasser for any publishing firm or trader.

xxii) Asking for or accept, except with the previous sanction of the society, any contribution or otherwise associate himself with the raising of funds of any kind or make any collection whether in cash or in kind, in pursuance of any object whatsoever, except subscription from the members of any association of teachers.

  1. All the teachers are expected to be exemplary in their public and private life. Their loyalty, sense of dedication and integrity of character at all times should be an inspiration of the youth committee to their care. The teacher shall attend to his duties with care and commitment, be punctual in attendance and dutiful in respect of class room and also for any other work connected with the duties assigned to him by the Head of the school or the Board. He shall abide by the rules and regulations of the school and carry out the lawful orders and also show due respect to the constituted authorities. 

3. The following shall not be deemed as a breach of the Code of Conduct. 

i) To appear at an examination to improve his qualifications with the Permission of

the employer.

ii) To become, or to continue to be a member of any religious, literary, scientific or professional organization or cooperative society.

iii) To organize or attend any meeting outside the school hours subject to the condition that such meeting is held outside the school premises.

iv) To make any representation to the management for the redressal of any bonafide grievance, subject to the condition that such representation is not made in rude or indecorous language.

We expect rational behavior from each and every employee of an organization. ‘Code of Conduct’ of an organization guides its employees to work decently for smooth functioning of the system. ‘Code of Conduct’ is essential ethos of an organization. Employee enjoys his/her different individual rights as well as shows same respect for the dignity and integrity of other individual.  

All the stakeholders of CBSE affiliated schools should frequently visit CBSE official website for latest update.

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Duties and Responsibilities of a School Teacher

Duties and Responsibilities of a School Teacher

The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery…….Mark Van Doren

Position Function Reporting Officer
Teacher Teaching Principal

The teachers’ entire personality is a reflection on the minds of the students. If the teacher is honest, leads a balanced and disciplined life, the children adopt these virtues as an ideal conduct unconsciously.

Duties of Teacher in—————–

  1. Detailing every student
  1. Build one to one relationship with students
  2. Know everything about your students’ i.e. family background, learning habits, merits and demerits, special qualities(physical skills, language skills, emotional skills, social skills, cognitive skills and spiritual skills )
  3. Make students aware of realities of life
  4. Inspire students to face problems with braveness
  5. Aware them how to behave with strangers
  1. Teaching Techniques
  1. Provide important information in both oral and written formats
  2. Keep instructions brief and uncomplicated. Repeat them word to word
  3. Announce the dates of examination/tests well in advance
  4. When teaching a lesson ;state objective of lesson, review previous lesson and summarize periodically
  5. Use more than one way to demonstrate or explain information
  6. Use school digital board. Correlate/Associate textbook content/information with the best material audio/video/you tube. Online material must be relevant to age/class/subject
  7. Prepare topic worksheet/holiday worksheet in own subject which is supervised and checked by the Principal
  8. Keeping records of Unit Test/Class Test/Saturday Test/Internal Examination
  9. Keeping records of students’ extracurricular activity (Various competitions i.e. dance, song, drawing and painting, debate and speech, sports and games etc )
  10. Checking Student’s diary on daily basis
  11. Keeping his/her copy of books of subject/subjects he/she teaches for each class from store
  12. Correcting Exercise book/Notebook of each student regularly and according to school guidelines
  13. Reach classroom on time(note more than 3 minutes)during changing over period
  1. Zero Periods: – Work on your own way of English Speaking. Provide enough practice for each student to speak in English. More focus will be given to academic challenged student(weak student)
  2. Lesson Plan: – Prepare your lesson/topic plan well in advanced. Teacher has to carry lesson/topic plan in each class. (Compulsory). Submit your lesson plan on Saturday without fail. Feel free to prepare lesson/topic plan in advance according to your convenience. Divide a big lesson into different main topics and prepare lesson plan ahead. 
  3. Remedial Period:- Ensure proper seating arrangement for the weak students near by the teacher (i)Help weak students (ii) teach weak student like a tuition teacher (iii)ensure equal level of learning for one and all

 Other Essential Duties

  1. Participating in the co-curricular and extracurricular activities in the school
  2. Assisting in the planning and organizing of school events and functions (Inter house Competitions, Inter- school competitions, concerts, plays, prize day, etc)
  3. Undertake professional duties and organizational tasks as reasonable delegated by the principal
  1. Non Academic Responsibility

  1. Ensure that electric fans/bulbs are not on if the students are not in the class or before leaving any classroom
  2. Ensure that classroom is neat and clean if not then inform concern person to do it
  3. Ensure that the classroom items like chalks, duster, charts etc. must be written in demand register placed on reception counter in at least one week advance
  4. Ensure that students are maintaining discipline during going to water point/washroom/playground/returning to class/ eating in mess/maintain silence
  5. Ensure that your suggestion for improvement of academic and non-academic environment of school must be written in teacher’s suggestion register placed on reception counter.
  1. School rules :-

 (1) Kindly avoid carrying mobile phone in the classroom. Keep your mobile at safe place. School will not be responsible for lose/steal/damage of mobile

(2) Please avoid notebook correction in the classroom. It is strictly prohibited; however you may check/review given class work for a while (according to teacher need)

 (3) Teacher will send only one student at a time for washroom/drinking water/other task (along with out pass)

 (4) Teacher will join assembly on daily basis.

(5) Kindly keep your stationary or articles/belongings at safe place.

  1. Physical punishment is strictly prohibited in school campus/classroom. Kindly avoid it. In case of incompleteness of home work/class work/, kindly write notice in the diary. If it is repeated, immediately bring the case into principal’ notice.
  2. Student’s Leave Application: – Collect leave application from absent student duly signed by parent/guardian and maintain its record. (Duty of Class teacher)
  3. Teacher’s Leave Application: – Kindly take prior permission of CL or Leave on school leave register.
  4. Teacher’s School Uniform: – Wear school uniform and identity card on regular basis.
  5. Personal Care
  • Always wear school uniform prescribed by management
  • Always wear employee I Card
  • Always wear helmet if you ride motorbike and always carry your driving license.
  • We wish a fruitful stays at school. We firmly believe that you will contribute your 100% whole heartedly for the growth of organization. We are looking forward for your cooperation for the growth of your professionalism itself as well as for the organization.

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CBSE affiliation school inspection committee members duties and responsibilities


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi



CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws is most important documents for further proceeding for CBSE Affiliation. The principal and the school manager should read “CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws” thoroughly before going for the CBSE affiliation process. CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws and CBSE Online School Affiliation & Monitoring System have clearly mentioned all essential process and procedure regarding its affiliation process.

CBSE New Delhi developed a transparent online affiliation system to conduct fair inspection process before giving affiliation number.  Inspection committee members play crucial role for imparting comprehensive inspection process for imparting quality education system in India.  Inspection committee examine school’s building including laboratories, library, classroom, games and sports facilities, process of teaching learning in a few classes and other facilities thoroughly to assess its eligibility as well as suitability for the affiliation with the (CBSE) board. In fact board lays total stress on quality education, observance of rules mentioned in the Affiliation Bye-Laws, provisions of infrastructure, payment of full salaries as per as the scale of pay, D.A and other admissible allowances prescribed by the State Government. Inspection committee examines the service benefits to teachers, staff and justifiable rationalization of the fee structure vis-a vis the facilities provided to the students.

Inspection committee members examine physical features available in school, employees empowerment plan, facilities for imparting quality education, and several other CBSE norms prescribed in  “CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws”. Inspection committee members physically verify all essential documents prescribed in “CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws” and on CBSE Online School Affiliation & Monitoring System. Inspection committee members can demand each and every document related to school systems for physical verification.  School authorities have to present all documents before the inspection committee members. 


CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws and CBSE Online School Affiliation & Monitoring System ( ) have discussed in details about the essential documents and conditions for school affiliation with CBSE, New Delhi. Broadly Inspection committee members examine and verify all necessary documents in details which are mentioned in CBSE Affiliation Bye-Laws and on CBSE Online School Affiliation & Monitoring System for CBSE Affiliations. These are as follows:-

  1. No Objection Certificate AND Formal prior Recognition letter. It is mandatory to upload both NOC and Recognition letter. Both have to be scanned as a single pdf file and uploaded. OR Recommendation from Embassy of India (if applicable)
  2. Copy of Registration letter of the Trust/Society Management Committee
  3. Land Certificate from concerned authority (As per enclosed proforma).
  4. Affidavit(As per enclosed proforma) of :
  1. Non Proprietary Character of society from First Class Magistrate.
  2. No relation amongst the School Managing Committee members.
  3. That society/school is not part of any franchise arrangement as per clause 19.1(i) (ii) and clause 7.2
  4. That without Affiliation school will not start class 9th/11th otherwise liable for suitable action as per clause 15.9 of Affiliation bye laws of the Board.
  1. Infrastructure detail photographs
  2. Fire safety certificate
  3. Health & Sanitation certificate
  4. Safe drinking water certificate
  5. Building Safety Certificate
  6. Staff EPF deduction certificate
  7. Reserve funds proof (Only in case of upgradation)
  8. Balance sheet/Financial status certified by CA for last 3 years
  9. Salary paid through ECS/Cheque (Certificate issued by the associated bank)
  10. Staff Salary Certificate issued by District Education Officer
  11. In case of switch over,
  1. Affidavit for closure of classes in phased manner along with
  2. 3 years State board result in gazette issued by state board
  1. Land registration and/or lease documents

In order to bring more transparency in the process of affiliation, CBSE made it mandatory that the process of inspection will be video- graphed and a 5 minute clip will be prepared for uploading the clip on youtube. CBSE clearly mentioned that the videographer shall be arranged by the school. The following will be covered in the videography:

    1. Building including labs, library, classrooms and other facilities.
    2. Games & sports facilities.
    3. Process of teaching learning in a few classes.
    4. Group photo of staff.
  1. School has to upload a 5 minutes compact video of school inspection on you tube and you tube link will be shared with online inspection report.
  2. Inspection committee members verify basic information related to school, trust, trustee members, school management committee members in details etc.
  3. Inspection committee members verify “staff and service conditions” provided by the school in details. They basically check qualifications and experience of the principal, librarian, physical education teacher (PTI), special education, staff nurse etc. Inspection committee members examine “documents related to educational qualifications and experience of the head of institution/staff working in the school thoroughly”.
  4. Inspection committee members verify “the original land documents of the school”. They ensure that the address in land documents is same as the address of the school mentioned in NOC and recognition certificate. They examine whether the school is running from the same site as mentioned in the land documents, recognition certificate and NOC
  5. Inspection committee members verify “whether the area of campus is the same as in order and school land is in a single compact plot. If the school land is not in a single plot, area of different plots and distance between plots along with the information on which of these plots the school building is situated may clearly be given in the report.
  6. Inspection committee members specifically verify “whether the school has started classes IX, X, XI or XII (as the case may be) or not without prior permission from CBSE”
  7. Inspection committee members examine “whether the school management is running another school/institution in the same premises with different name and submit its details”.
  8. Inspection committee members examine “whether the name of the staff members published in the school prospectus and school diary are same as in the acquaintance roll of the school”.
    1. IC Members may check employees bank account/passbook issued by bank
  9. Inspection committee members examine “documents related to educational qualifications and experience of the head of institution/staff working in the school may be thoroughly checked”.
    1. Qualification details of all teachers/staffs
  10. The Inspection Committee members ensure that the documents mentioned in or related to “Note for Principal” may check specifically and upload at the relevant place in the online report. The committee may upload all the documents again if the same are not properly scanned, illegible, expired, incomplete etc.
  11. In case the application is for affiliation to Senior Secondary Level, the inspection committee is also identify the subjects in consultation with the school authorities as per syllabus/guidelines for the senior school certificate examination which are to be introduced by the school and verify the facilities available for each subject and submit recommendations carefully along with list of subjects. (CBSE Guidelines for School and Inspection Committee Members)

Inspection committee members have authority to investigate all necessary elements which are responsible for bringing quality education in the school. In fact, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi ensures intensive as well as comprehensive inspection for promoting quality education for building a great nation.


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Checklist for Maintaining Discipline in the Classroom and School for Teacher

Checklist for Maintaining Discipline in the Classroom for Teacher 

Objective:- How the class teacher will keep eagle eyes on students

Assessment Tools for Students’ Observation

  • Classroom: – Attend class regularly listen teachers , attentively, asks relevant questions, follow teachers instructions, actively participate in group or individual activities, focus on study rather than talking with friends, disturbing others  (2) Punctuality: – Submission of homework and class work on time (given deadline), always try to return back to classroom on time (3) Cleanliness & Neatness:- Self neatness(Cleaned and ironed uniform), proper nail and hair cut, polished shoes, actively involved in classroom/school cleanliness activities , encourage & help others to keep the classroom neat and clean, throw small papers/ rags in the classroom dustbin  (4)Communication:-Politely speaking to friends and other school mates, know how to talk with elders, seniors, teachers, and family members(within the class and outside the class), (5) Value towards person and school property:-  Do not fight with peers, respect individuals integrity, do not write on the student desk and classroom walls, do not pluck flowers, do not break table, chairs, tear pages of books, do not harm computer related articles, take permission before taking others items i.e. pen , pencil, books , notebooks

Rajeev Ranjan

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