Diversity In Schools

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RECOGNITION NORMS VERSUS PRACTICE IN SCHOOL
Author
Debjani Basu Mazumder
Roll-1414823
School of Education
Christ University,Bangalore
Email: debjani.mazumder@ed.christuniversity.
Phone number +919945666486
Guide
Dr Prakasha GS
M.Sc,M.Ed,M.Phil,PhD,PGDGC, NET-JRF
Assistant Professor
Christ University, Bangalore
Email: prakasha.gs@christuniversity.in
Phone number:+919845151741

Abstract There are three diverse types of school Primary: Classes I to V, Upper Primary: Classes I to VII, High Schools: Classes VIII to X. Government has specified certain criteria to be followed while setting up schools, some of them are like educational requirements of the localities, population of the School going children, distance between two similar category of schools, strength of students in various classes, school facilities, teacher quality and many others. Schools get affiliation based on the criteria of recognition norms as specified by the respective boards. However under certain circumstances it has been found that the school administration fails to abide
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All recognised schools must endow with quality education that includes a set of basic facilities, minimum instructional hours and a sufficient number of teachers, admission for economically and socially disadvantaged children, along with physically challenged students who can receive free education in schools. Central and State Governments jointly look after for financial responsibilities, however the State Governments is mainly responsible for implementation of the policy. No school can allege donations, and student’s admissions should not be based on any test or interview of the student or parents. No child can be subjected to punishment or mental harassment. In some of the scenarios schools deviates from the basic rules which lead to termination of recognition for such
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