More and more private schools are opting for CBSE syllabus in the plus two level after the central Government made “National Eligibility cum Entrance Test” (NEET) compulsory for admission to medical colleges in India. Sharing this information, an official of CBSE unwilling to express his name said that since more and more schools are opting for CBSE syllabus at the 12th standard, CBSE has been taking conscious measures to improve the standard of education of these schools and regulate and streamline the overall quality of CBSE syllabus.
The official also added that since the success of the 'Samacheer Kalvi’- a uniform system of school education in the state of Tamil Nadu saw success, the number of schools offering CBSE style of education has been increasing steadily. The Samacheer Kalvi was initially introduced to integrate various school educational systems within Tamil Nadu. This would mean the synchronisation of school's education system, in accordance with defined guidelines and maintenance of the education standards.
Candidates who cleared the PET exam were eligible for the post of principals in the private schools under CBSE, who would inadvertently provide structure and decorum in imparting quality education.
The 'Samacheer Kalvi’ would ensure that the standards of schools did not deteriorate and the functioning and the procedures of private CBSE schools would have no flaw and there would be no drop in the number of students in these schools.