Schools in Block List: The Andhra Pradesh government has taken a sensational decision. 259 private schools across the state de-recognized.
Andhra Pradesh Govt
Schools in Block List: The Andhra Pradesh government has taken a sensational decision. 259 private schools across the state have been de-recognized. This was revealed by Subbareddy, Director, Government Exams. A statement to this effect has been issued. He said 259 privately owned schools across the state had their accreditation expired within the 2019-20 academic year and they had not renewed their accreditation. Not only that .. Despite repeated warnings on the design of facilities in these schools, there was no change. He clarified that the government has suspended the recognition of the respective schools from the 2020-21 academic year. Subbareddy clarified in the statement that the respective schools will not be accepting online nominal rolls from this academic year.
It is learned that the tenth class examinations will be held in Andhra Pradesh in June this year. Students can pay their exam fees online from March 20 to April 5 by logging in to the relevant library. Also payable through the school headmaster from March 20th to April 5th. And Rs. Exam fee can be paid till 12th April with 50 late fee. A late fee of Rs 200 can be paid till April 20 and a late fee of Rs 500 can be paid till April 30. However, full details of the blacklisted schools are available on the government website www.bse.ap.gov.in Can find out.
What is the examination fee?
1. No longer do regular students have to pay an examination fee of 125.
2. Backlog students have to pay a fee of Rs.125 if more than 3 subjects.
3. If less than 3 subjects pay Rs.110.
4. Students below the prescribed age of Rs. 300 fee to tie.
5. For Migration Certificate Rs. 80 to be paid.
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