The board has introduced a new system wherein instead of processing applications
once in a year, it would be once or twice in months at time of the board met.
Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board
(GSHSEB) officials on 31st Tuesday gave permission to 34 higher secondary schools
and 25 secondary schools. The permission was granted by the executive committee
of the board. Officials said that “112 applications were received by the board for
higher secondary schools. Of these 34 were granted permission while 78 applications
were rejected. Of the 34 schools cleared, 30 were Gujarati medium schools while
four were English medium schools”. The board had received 128 applications for the
secondary schools of which 25 were granted permission while 103 were denied permission.
Board officials said that “the board has introduced a new system wherein instead
of processing applications once in a year, the applications would be processed once
every month or two months whenever the executive committee of the board met”. This
will ensure that the schools get permission in time to start admissions.
Courtesy: Times of India