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CBSE issues notice, warns schools to ensure no homework policy till classes II
CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education
When the plea came up for hearing before Justice Kirubakaran, the CBSE produced a copy of the circular which said it had issued similar circulars on September 15, , and on September 12, , saying there should not be any homework assigned to students of classes 1 and 2. According to CBSE affiliation bylaws, schools affiliated to the board must satisfy its advisory saying no school bag and no homework for students up to class 2. Recording the submission, the judge asked the counsel for CBSE on the mechanism it has to ensure that all the institutes implement the rule. This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.
Madras HC orders CBSE to publicise 'no homework, no bag' rule for Class I & II
Jump to navigation. He has asked the CBSE to issue advertisements in all leading dailies in the country stating that the court had ordered that none of the schools in the country, irrespective of the board to which they were affiliated, could prescribe homework for classes one and two. The judge issued the directive after observing that CBSE's circular about the ban may not serve any purpose unless the general public and NGOs were made aware of the court order and encouraged to lodge complaints. Justice Kirubakaran said the advertisement should also publicise the court order that no subject other than mathematics and language should be taught in classes one and two and that students of classes three to five could be taught environmental science as an additional subject.
The Madras High Court has ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education to publicise in media that stringent action would be taken against institutes not following the board's 'no homework' rule for class 1 and 2 students. The Madras High Court on August 20, ordered the Central Board of Secondary Education to publicise in media that stringent action would be taken against institutes not following the board's 'no homework' rule for class I and II students. Penalties for Violation of the Order. On being questioned by the HC judge on the mechanism CBSE has prepared to ensure that all the institutes implement the rule, the counsel for the board said that they would act whenever they are "put to notice of such violation.