Prime Minister's message: Indian Education
INDIA has taken a significant step on the long march to admitting international
universities with a parliamentary committee sending a new draft of the 2010 Foreign
Universities bill to cabinet just before Christmas. Cabinet approved a much debated
version of the original proposal in March 2010.
The legislation was left in a legislative no-mans land for months, due to parliamentary
opposition and disquiet among local universities at the prospect of foreign competition.
The bill allows universities with 20 years good-standing in their home countries
to set up shop on posting a bond
Education system will be less exam-centric : Kapil Sibal
The process of learning and educating is in the way of becoming more child-centric
rather than exam-centric. Addressing the inaugural ceremony of the Ramanujan 125
birth anniversary held at the University of Madras, Centenary Hall on Monday,HRD
minister Kapil Sibal said that the education system in India is witnessing a total
Expressing his determination to do away with the cramming and examination-centric
system, he said that they will lay more emphasis on skill development
STRONG ADVICE TO THE APPLICANTS
BHSOE Delhi is purely a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) motivated by its mission to create a better world through Education. Before taking admission, candidate student must read:
2. Admission Form
3. Declaration By The Student
Student must become fully informed and aware of the status of the Board by reading the above three. Then decide to take admission. Otherwise, do not.
N.B.: Before undertaking any program of studies in the Board, BOARD OF HIGHER SECONDARY OPEN EDUCATION DELHI strongly advises interested applicants to consult with licensing authorities, professional associations, colleges and universities, and prospective employers to determine with clarity if the study program of this Board will meet their professional and educational requirements.
THE ORGANIZATION IS WOUND-UP AND CLOSED AS PER LEGAL PROCEDURES
Board of Higher Secondary Open Education Delhi is an Autonomous purely Private Non-Formal Open & Flexible Education Organization mainly for drop-outs. It was legally established and created by getting it registered with the Govt. of Delhi through Indian Trusts Act, 1882 (Registration No. 3553, BOOK NO. 4, VOLUME NO. 1570) in the year 2011. This is purely a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) motivated by its mission to create a better world through Education. It is a Non- Govt. funding and Non-Govt. affiliated purely private autonomous organization. Its status and utility of its courses have been sufficiently explained and delineated through its Prospectus, Admission Form, Declaration Form which have been always readily available on its websites i.e. www.bhsoe.com & www.bhsoe.in. This is not equivalent to any Central Govt. or State Govt. Board which are very categorically stated in its Prospectus, Admission Form and Declaration Form from its very inception. Now it is up to different organizations to decide whether to accept or deny the certificate for employment purpose as per their norms and regulations.
The organization presently is no more in operation. It has been closed and wound-up through legal Resolutions taken by the members of the Governing Body dated on 20.01.2019. The Trust keeps its website only for verification purpose for the few students who passed out from this organization.
Any Govt. registered Society or Trust can offer education for which the organization was primarily and solely created and established for. All the relevant information like organization’s status, the utility of its offered programmes should be sufficiently explained and delineated through its Prospectus, Admission Form, Declaration Form and through its website so that all stake-holders and students can take decision as per their personal, aspirational, professional, employment-related and educational requirements. Board of Higher Secondary Open Education Delhi has maintained this honesty and integrity in this regard.
Activities of the private education boards are not barred or banned by the Law of the Land. The few such organizations which are running successfully till date are: Council of Secondary Education, Mohali (www.csemohali.org), Jamia Urdu Aligarh (www.jamiaurdualigarh.com), Grameen Mukt Vidhyalayi Shiksha Sansthan (www.gmvss.ac.in), Jharkhand State Open School (www.jsos.ac.in) etc.
Now it is up to the students to decide from where they will pursue their course keeping in mind their personal, aspirational, professional, employment-related and educational requirements. They do have number of options under the sky like Central Govt. / State Govt./ Govt. equivalent boards and also purely autonomous Private Education Boards.