CBSE Free Education Scheme for Daughters

CBSE Free Education Scheme

CBSE Free Education Scheme for Daughters :- The Central Government has planned to provide free education to a daughter of the family through Central Board of School Education (CBSE) and the other daughter will get only 50 percent of the fees. This CBSE has started the scheme to save the daughter, strengthen the daughter campaign. The CBSE has uploaded the order on its departmental website and all the DEOs have also been issued circular. This free education will also be arranged in the Central School (KV) schools.

CBSE Free Education Scheme for Daughters

Under the scheme, the admission of school buses to the parents of such girls will be deposited in the school facility. For this, it is necessary to give the necessary documents under prescribed rules. In order to avail the benefits of this free education scheme, the parent/guardian must give an affidavit to the school department having one or two daughters and it is mandatory for the district magistrate to sign the affidavit. For getting the benefits under the free education scheme, the child will have to enter the admission class first and class 6 and the scheme will be implemented from 6th to 12th.

Details of CBSE Free Education Scheme for Daughters

The central government had implemented this scheme only in 2008. This scheme was mandatory in CBSE pattern schools run in other parts of the country. But for private schools, this decision was left at his discretion, so that no schools have so far given the benefit to the girls. But now it will be compulsory for all the schools in the new circular. If you have a son and a daughter, then you will not get the benefit of this plan. Such parents are excluded from the plan. Under the scheme, eligible people will have to apply with certificates under the prescribed criteria for taking advantage of it.

Important Links

CBSE Official Website ||  CBSE Scholarship Portal

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