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Are CBSE teachers being paid fairly, asks Kerala HC

Published On: 29 Jul 2012 | Last Updated On: 29 Jul 2012

The high court of Kerala on July 27, 2012 ordered CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) to provide details of ways to know whether schools affiliated to board are paying salaries to the teachers as per its bylaw.

Under the CBSE bylaw, school authorities should pay teachers as per the salary standards of state board schools.

All CBSE affiliated schools are required to obtain a NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the Kerala government. The state is urging that NOCs would be given provided a CBSE School has 3 acres of land and atleast 300 students enrolled. Though HC passed an order that state’s criterions were arbitrary and unreasonable and CBSE had filed a petition against the new guidelines of the state.

Many teachers are protesting against the new norms, in view of which the court directed about 70 school managements to provide salaries details paid to the teachers employed by these schools.

Source: Times of India

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