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Being forced over Class V and VIII boards: Pvt schools


Chandigarh: The Haryana Progressive Schools Conference (HPSC) on Sunday accused the Board of School Education, Haryana, of forcing schools for registration of students for the Class V and VIII boards.
All this is happening at the time when CM Manohar Lal Khattar himself has announced to defer the board examinations for these two classes for one year. Besides this, there had been information that the government may do away with the boards for these two classes next year. However, HPSC vice-president Suresh Chandra said that Haryana Education Board Bhiwani is constantly making a policy to harass private schools without any reason. The situation is that despite the Haryana government postponing the eighth and fifth board examinations this year, Haryana Education Board Bhiwani is pressurising private schools to register by February 28.
Suresh Chandra said when government has postponed exam this session, then no CBSE and ICSC school will get the Haryana Education Board registration done.
Planning will be done on the basis of the decision taken by the government in the new session.

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