Integration of Private Academic Institutions with Government Schools for Academic Session 2023-24
In a significant move aimed at streamlining the education system, the authorities have approved the tagging of on-roll students from private academic institutions in Jammu Division for the current academic session 2023-2024. This collaborative effort involves linking these students to nearby Government High & Higher Secondary Schools, as outlined in the provided lists labeled ‘Annexure-A’ and ‘Annexure-B’.
Effective immediately, this tagging is intended to facilitate the submission of examination forms for students in classes 10, 11, and 12, as well as the renewal of registration for class 11 & 12 where applicable. The details for each institution and the corresponding Government Schools are meticulously specified in the respective annexures.
Private academic institution heads are mandated to assist the designated Government Schools by providing all relevant documents for the on-roll tagged students. Concurrently, Government School heads are tasked with submitting Renewal of Registration and Examination Forms to JKBOSE, accompanied by the requisite fees and authenticated discharge certificates or marks certificates within a strict one-week timeframe, as indicated in the enclosed lists.
Moreover, the private academic institutions mentioned in the annexures are required to submit a tagging fee equivalent to the periodical inspection fee, which is Rs. 6000 + GST for Higher Secondary Schools and Rs. 5000 + GST for High Schools, as prescribed by the Director Academics at J&K BOSE. This fee should be deposited at the respective Sub/Branch/Divisional Office, ID within the stipulated timeframe.
A crucial directive has been issued to private academic institutions, emphasizing that they should refrain from admitting any students to class and onwards for any Board examinations until affiliation is granted by the JSE. This strategic move aims to enhance coordination between private and government educational institutions, fostering a more cohesive and standardized academic environment for the benefit of students in the region.