ICSE & ISC Are Unrecognised Board , CISCE Accepted In Court That it is Merely A Private Society.......
CISCE TRUTH TO BE SHARED PART 2.....
WHY CISCE IS CHEATING INNOCENT STUDENTS SINCE LAST 60 YEARS IN THE NAME OF UNION OF INDIA AND STATE GOVTS ?
IN MANY RTI APPEAL THEY ADMITTED THAT THEY ARE NOT ESTABLISHED BY LAW.
IN MANY HIGH COURTS CISCE FILED AFFIDAVITS THAT THEY ARE NOT UNDER PURVIEW OF RTI ACT 2005.
CISCE SHOULD EXPLAIN THE DEFINITION OF RECOGNISATION TO INNOCENT STUDENTS OF INDIA.
Mumbai:CISCE operating 2 education boards in India as ICSE and ISC since last 60 years. Approx 50 lacs students has been passout since inception. In Jan 2016 the HRD Ministry issued a RTI Reply that CISCE is not recognised to Union Of India or HRD. So the question of ICSE and ISC equivalent status to CBSE does not stand in law. Later in 2016 CISCE issued the circular that ICSE and ISC are recognised boards of India and many universities , state governments has provided the equivalent status to them.
People should understand that How the Board get recognisation status. As per HRD RTI Reply the boards are constituted by act or parliament and State or by executive order. If such things happens then the CISCE ie Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations will be under perview of RTI act 2005. Like CISCE there are more than 10 thousand organisations registered under society act at Delhi govt. Question of law is that if HRD ministry is denying recognition then how universities under HRD can give equivalent status to ICSE AND ISC boards? It is not their duty to recognise or give equivalent status to any private board. It has been issued under personal capacity. When it is verified by RTI then they deny.
Allahabad High Court
A. Pavitra vs Union Of India And 2 Ors. on 15 December, 2014
Bench: Ashwani Kumar Mishra
"9. A public authority has been defined in the Act to mean any authority or body or institution of self-government, established or constituted,- (i) by or under the constitution; (ii) by any other law made by Parliament; (iii) by any other law made by State Legislature; (iv) by notification issued or order made by appropriate Government, and includes a body owned, controlled or substantially financed and also a non-government organization, substantially financed, directly or indirectly by the funds provided by the appropriate Government.
10. This Court, thus, is required to determine as to whether the Board is covered under the definition of 'public authority', aforesaid. From the materials brought on record before this Court, it is apparent that the respondent Board does not fall in any of the first three contingencies, inasmuch as it has not been established or constituted by or under the constitution, by any other law made by Parliament, or by any other law made by State Legislature. There is further no notification or order of the appropriate Government, brought on record before this Court, bringing the Board under the Right to Information Act. The respondent Board has categorically stated that it receives no financial support, directly or indirectly, by Central or the State Government, and therefore, it is not financed by the appropriate Government, which fact has not been effectively denied. It is undisputed that the respondent Board is a society registered under the provisions of the Societies Registration Act, 1860, and its bye-laws provides that it functions as an independent, autonomous, juristic person."
As CISCE admitted in para 9 and 10 that they are not established by any govt so it does not qualify the status of recognize board. CISCE advocated filed the affidavit at High Court and admitted that it is merely a society conducting public exam without act of parliament , state or executive order.
All the recognise boards in India ie CBSE and other State Boards are established by act of State or Parliament oe executive order .
CISCE is just private board having no base under rule of law conducting public examination . They are misusing the definition of Delhi Education act as public exam . Getting place in Delhi Education act definition does not mean recognisation . Many unrecognised Education board ie Madhya Bharat , CBHE etc.
The definition of Clause 2(s) of the Delhi School Education Board Act, 1973, Act of 1973, defines public examination in the following words:-
"2.(s) "public examination" means an examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations or any other Board which may hereafter be established for the purpose, and recognised by the Administrator or any other officer authorised by him in this behalf;"
Many unrecognised Education boards ie Madhya Bharat , CBHE etc. are operating in India and Police has registered FIR against such public examination body making claim of fake recognisation from HRD and State Govt. Getting a letter of equivalent exam in personal capacity from officer does not mean that Board is recognize . It must be passed under act of parliament or state like other state boards and CBSE.
If ICSE and ISC is recognize board as per Delhi School Education act then the word "Other" include all illegal boards like Madhya Bharat Board Gwalior, CBHE etc. Including government servant in committee does not mean recognise board.
All the fake boards are acting in India under Society act . The information is available public domain and any person can get from any legal website. So Why CISCE is claiming false recognisation from Govt Of India and State Govt like Madhya Bharat Board Gwalior?
COBSE is private body claming that they are verifying the genuiness of education board. They have got such power from HRD Ministry to verify such thing. The COBSE verified the genuiness of CISCE operated two education board ICSE and ISC and published the list of recognised education board http://www.cobse.org/member.htm
But as per RTI Information from HRD COBSE have no power to verify the genuiness of any education board .
CISCE - Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations registration number S-3542 dated 19-12-1967 , Under Societies Registration act no. XXI of 1860.
LIST OF Recognised Education Boards In India as per HRD
PART 3 COMING SOON.........................