How to Open CBSE Board School

Starting a school is a significant and large scale business venture. Every school has its own curriculum that is affiliated to one of the education boards. The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is a well known, well established and one of the oldest board in the Indian education system. The CBSE has set certain norms that need to be followed by the schools that apply for the affiliation. Once you set up a CBSE affiliated curriculum for your school, you get the benefits of a self-financing board that puts in a lot of efforts to develop and manage a consistent curriculum through all the schools.

The procedure to open a new CBSE school in India with the affiliation of the CBSE board requires dedicated efforts and perfection in the procedures that are listed for the affiliation. Along with the basic pre-requisites like infrastructure, site, furniture and other set up, you also need to adhere to the compliances like licenses, approvals and acceptances from education authorities and other requirements to open a CBSE school in India.

Following are some of the points that will help you understand how to open a CBSE board school in India:

Eligibility: A defined set of schools like those run by autonomous organizations, private and unaided schools, government schools, schools run by public sector undertakings and by government departments are eligible to apply for affiliation. The details can be found on the CBSE website.

Capital: Like every business, a school requires a capital for setting up the infrastructure and completing the procedures for set up. These requirements start right from procuring a land by ownership or on lease to setting up the structure, classrooms, laboratories, equipments, staff recruitment and several other components. You can arrange the investments through loan, but you need to be prepared for the minimal requirements to begin with.

Registration of Society or Trust: The school that you set up may have the support of a government organization or an NGO. In case of private unaided schools, they need to be established by a Society that is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 of the Government of India or under Acts of the State Governments as educational, charitable or religious societies having non-proprietary character or by Trusts. The land that is purchased or bought on lease needs to be dealt on the name of the society.

Land and Construction: The land needs to be purchased based on the requirements and also needs a NOC from the state government so as to start a school. You can then proceed with the construction following the rules.

After this is done, you can apply for further approvals from health departments, Municipal Corporation and other required approvals. You can then proceed with staff recruitment which also needs to be based on the eligibility conditions, and marketing of your school for admissions. After you complete the procedure to open new CBSE School, you can proceed with admissions. The CBSE websites and offices also assist you to understand how to open a CBSE school in India.