If there is a mistake in the registration, the school must pay the fee! instructed by Parshad

If there is a mistake in providing the information to the secondary examinees, the school will have to pay the fee. No correction fee can be charged to parents or students for that. After the deadline given by the board, many schools seek correction after sending wrong information. This time, the Board of Secondary Education took strict action with that.

The school has to pay this fee for correction after the specified time limit given by the board. 1000 rupees per case for rectification fee shall be paid by the school. The board has given notice to the schools in this regard. Madhyamik candidates are given specific deadlines for sending information for registration. The board has also started the online verification process to correct the details of the candidates. But even then the board has noticed the negligence of several schools. That is why the school has to pay a hefty "revised fee."

In this regard, Madhya Shiksha Parshad Chairman Ramanuja Gangopadhyay said, some schools are still at fault due to indifference. Almost 100+ schools are not even logging in. Students will suffer for them.

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