JKBOSE Warn Pvt School: Textbook Mandatory for Every school Otherwise 50,000 Penalty
JKBOSE Warn Pvt School: Textbook Mandatory for Every school Implementation of the JKBOSE curriculum and textbooks published/ prescribed by JKBOSE from ensuing Academic Session 2024-25 for classes 1″ to 12″. The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has asked affiliated private schools to implement the curriculum and textbooks prescribed by the board from the ensuing academic session for all classes.
|The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE)
|from class 1st to 12th
|Jammu and Kashmir
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Pursuant to the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Act, 1975 (XXVII of 1975) dated: 27 August 1975 read with amendments under Reorganization Act, 2019 (34 of 2019) dated 5thof October 2020, S.CO. 3466 (E), the JKBOSE has been established for the
State/UT to advise the Government on matter of policy relating to Pre-primary Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education and Higher Secondary Education and In respect of matters specified by or under the Act.
Whereas the section (10) of the said Act deals with powers and functions of the Board which mentions that. Subject to the provisions of this Act and also subject to the broad educational.
policies and such directions and Instructions as the Government may adopt and
issue, from time to time, the Board shall have the following powers and functions.
JKBOSE warns Pvt schools of strict actions for non-compliance to its prescribed curriculum, textbooks.
JKBOSE Director Academics in a notification said that any deviation or non-compliance of the instructions of the board or government of Jammu and Kashmir or even non-adoption of JKBOSE prescribed textbooks and curricula by any academic institution shall warrant a disciplinary action, imposition of a penalty up to Rs.50,000 or both.
The board officials accordingly directed all the affiliated private schools of the UTs of J&K and Ladakh that they shall implement the curriculum and the textbooks prescribed or published by JKBOSE from ensuing Academic session 2024-25 for classes 1 to 12.
“No School shall force any parent or students to purchase books or material other than those published and prescribed by JKBOSE,” it reads.
The board has advised the parents that in case any school forces them to purchase books other than those published by the JKBOSE, they should immediately contact or inform the concerned authorities.