SRINAGAR: JK Non-public Faculties Affiliation (JKPSA) of Jammu on Wednesday unanimously determined to stage a protest in opposition to the federal government’s transfer to tag the scholars of quite a few non-public faculties with the close by authorities instructional establishments.
“J&Okay Non-public Faculties Affiliation determined unanimously to protest on Wednesday, January-10 at Jammu in opposition to tagging of personal faculties,” President of JKPSA Jammu Ajay Gupta mentioned.
He mentioned that as of now the Jammu and Kashmir Board of Faculty Schooling (JKBOSE) has tagged 45 non-public faculties of Jammu and 65 non-public faculties of Kashmir division with the close by authorities faculties.
In the meantime, President of Non-public Faculties Affiliation of Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) G N Var mentioned that the affiliation is supporting the protest name of Jammu non-public faculties affiliation. “We prolong our assist to the JKPSA.”
Pertinently, JKBOSE earlier this week has gave nod to enroll secondary and senior secondary degree college students of sixty non-public faculties to close by authorities establishments in view of ‘land and affiliation expiry points’.
On this regard JKBOSE Deputy Secretary Normal for Kashmir division mentioned that the directives have been issued for tagging of on-roll college students of sixty non-public tutorial establishments of Kashmir Division operating their affairs on proprietary land, having their interval of affiliation expired and likewise did not furnish their extension case information.
“With a view to safeguard the tutorial profession, sanction is accorded to tagging of on-roll college students of sixty non-public faculties of courses tenth to twelfth with the close by authorities excessive or greater secondary faculties or cluster head faculties, because the case could also be in respect of colleges of Kashmir division with instant impact,” it reads.
The officer mentioned that the sanction was accorded consequent upon the expiration of affiliation of such non-public tutorial establishments of Kashmir division in October 2021-2022, coupled with the failure of the involved managements to submit requisite case information for additional extension with crucial certificates and security paperwork.
“The involved principals or cluster heads after securing crucial discharge certificates of the involved college students shall authenticate and submit the Permission-Cum-Admission (PCA) types of courses tenth to twelfth and renewal registration returns, because the case could also be, with regular prescribed payment, as per the notifications issued by the JKBOSE Director Educational,” the order said.
The board authority directed that the involved non-public faculties shall remit a tagging payment equal to periodical inspection payment for the present tutorial session viz. 2023-2024, as prescribed by the JKBOSE.
The board authorities mentioned that the orders shall be topic to the result of writ petitions, if any, pending earlier than the competent courts of legislation.
Earlier the highest officers mentioned, “Below Statutory Order (SO) 177, within the case of these non-public faculties who’re operating their establishments from the state land and are defaulters, their quantity is round 200.”
The officers mentioned that these non-public faculties should get their title cleared from the income division. “We solely want a NOC from them.”
Pertinently, in April-2022, the federal government had notified circumstances underneath SO-177 for personal faculties for his or her registration, recognition, and affiliation—(KNO)
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