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Go online for the recognition of private schools, fresh government order in Kashmir

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By: Tariq Shah VOV


In a fresh circular issued by Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK) to all the chief education officers in Kashmir division, he has asked them to go for online mode of recognition/affiliation of private schools.

Government has been trying to cut the long process in the offices of chief education officers for the private educational institutions to get their affiliation done and have to wait for months for such a process to come to conclusion.

In the fresh circular government has said, “Pursuant to the instructions of Administrative Department conveyed vide letter No: Edu/Adm/03/2021/Sgr Dated: 29-07-2021 and endorsed by this Directorate vide No: DSEK/GS/54/Mist/2021/858 dated: 18/8/2021 to all Chief Education Officers of Kashmir Province for switching over to online mode of recognition/affiliation of Private schools as envisaged under SRO-123 dated: 18-03-2010 read with SRO-292 dated: 02-07-2018 as a major reforms towards a transparent and efficient governance in the School Education Department for all stakeholders w.e.f 1st August 2021”.

The link to access/approach the portal is schedujammusnic.in/pvtschool which has also been informed to all the CEOs, the circular says further.

According to the GNS while reporting about this fresh circular issued by Director School Education Kashmir (DSEK), it has said in its news report that maintaining that it has been found that the CEO are still forwarding cases to this Directorate through offline mode in spite clear cut instructions of the Administrative Department as referred above, the circular further reads that all CEOs are once again enjoined upon to switch over to online mode for affiliation process and shall impart training to the dealing hands for operating of the portal at District level after getting support from concerned NIC officials, besides giving vide publicity to this information among all stake holders and common masses in local print/electronic/social media platforms.

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