The membership system for CBSE schools is being restructured by the Central Board of Secondary Education and the process is digitized on the basis of data analysis with the least human intervention. The new systems will come into effect on March 1, 2021 and have been structured according to several recommendations for systematic reforms introduced by the New National Education Policy (NEP).
On the initiative, CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi said that the Council was restructuring its membership along with the process in accordance with the recommendations of the educational reform in the NEP. While the CBSE membership system has been online since 2006, the restructured system will be completely digital and based on data analysis with as little human intervention as possible.
The Secretary of CBSE also added that the reorganization will help to simplify the management of the CBSE membership system, thus achieving the goal of minimal governance, automated and data-driven decision making, maximum governance, transparency and increased accountability in processes. CBS General Systemics as well as the fast and time-limited removal of all applications. He added that the board will present detailed guidelines for the restructured system shortly.
Tripathi also noted that a detailed document on the CBSE membership system will include a restructured online procedure for membership, modalities and standard operating procedures for inspection, required documents for membership application, guidelines for the inspection committee, and videos for various processes published soon. The deadlines for the online application process have also been revised based on the restructured system.
According to the revised schedule, the application window for new applications and membership updates will be open three times from March 1 to March 31, June 1 to 30 and September 1 to 30, 2021.