The Central Council of Secondary Education (CBSE) has requested the schools affiliated to the Council to update the number of teachers available as examiners in the Online Information System of Affiliated Schools (OASIS). The authorities activated the OASIS link as of April 5. The OASIS update deadline is April 10.
The CBSE identified a shortage of examiners for the 12th grade proficiency tests and mandated them. The board also noted that many schools had not uploaded the full list of teachers to CBSE OASIS.
Practical exercises performed by an examiner and not designated by the CBSE will be canceled. The board of directors will once again carry out the internships of these candidates under its supervision.
According to the circular published by the CBSE on April 3, the authorities announced: “All principals are responsible for updating teacher data in OASIS on time. CBSE compares the data before and after the update. “CBSE also said that failure to comply with the instructions will result in actions such as not reporting the results of the board to the school,” a personal fine of Rs 50,000 to the principal “of the respective school.
The CBSE has also directed schools to conduct proficiency tests without a board-appointed external examiner. Previously, the CBSE class’s 12th skill test was scheduled to take place from March 1 to June 11, and assessments for grades 10 and 12 would begin on May 7.
What actions can be taken if schools do not update the list?
CBSE affiliated schools are encouraged to complete the list before the deadline. If they don’t, officers can take the following actions against you:
The CBSE will take the necessary measures in accordance with the statutes of affiliation and the audit statutes.
A personal fine of Rs 50,000 is imposed on the director.
CBSE will not announce the results of the meeting.