14 Fake, 47 Un-recognised Education Boards Tampering Students’ Future

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The Directorate of Education under Government of Delhi has released a series of letters to different authorities, demanding for authentication of the boards of education conducting examination in Delhi at present. Surprisingly, fourteen fake boards have been identified in Delhi itself. The students taking examination under these boards will neither be admissible to any recognised higher education institute nor will be able to sit for government jobs.

Academia.electronicsforu has researched and listed these 14 fake boards to make sure academia, students and their parents are not misguided. Find the fake boards here.

1. Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
2. Grameen Mukt Vidhyalayi Shiksha Sansthan
3. Council of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
4. Delhi Board of Senior Secondary Examination
5. Urdu Education Board
6. Delhi Board of Secondary Education, Delhi
7. Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
8. State Council of Senior Secondary Open Education
9. Higher Secondary Education Board of Delhi
10. Board of Higher Secondary Open Education Delhi
11. National Open School
12. The Central Board of Higher Secondary Education, New Delhi
13. Higher Secondary School Certificate of Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
14. Delhi Board of Senior Secondary Education, Delhi

“There is no state board of Government of Delhi. Further, the Directorate of Education (DoE), which regulates government, private, unaided and aided schools in Delhi, does not grant any recognition to any board,” a DoE order stated.

The order further revealed: “As far as Delhi is concerned, there are only three relevant boards — Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).”

National Institute of Open Schooling, under Ministry of HRD, Government of India has also published a list of 47 boards and universities all over the country which are not recognised and won’t be considered for admission, making the future of several  students uncertain. Here is the complete list of 47 unrecognised boards.

Non-recognised boards/universities not considered for admission at National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

1. Central Board of Higher Education, Aspati Bhawan, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi.
2. All India Board of Secondary Education, Gazipur
3. Central Board of Higher Education, East Patel Nagar, New Delhi.
4. Board of Adult Education and Training, Brahmpuri, Nagal Rai, New Delhi.
5. Gurukul Vishwavidyalaya, Vrindavan
6. Akhil Bhartiya Shiksha Sansthan, New Delhi.
7. ACN International University, Raipur
8. Doon International University, Raipur
9. Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
10. Indian Council of Secondary Education, India
11. All India Board for Education Training, Delhi
12. All India Board for Secondary Education, Delhi
13. Board of Adult Education & Training, Delhi
14. Central Board of Higher Education, Delhi
15. Jamia Urdu, Aligarh
16. Gurukul Vishvavidyalaya Vrindaban, Mathura
17. Council of Secondary Education, Mohali
18. Mahashakti Sanskrit Vidyapeeth, Delhi
19. Council for the Indian Certificate Examination, Delhi
20. Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad, Lucknow
21. Board of Secondary Sanskrit Education, Lucknow
22. Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Allahabad
23. Mumbai Hindi Vidyapeeth, Mumbai
24. The Central Board of Higher Education, New delhi
25. Dr. Ramgopalacharya Sanskrit Mahavidalaya, Etah, U.P.
26. Board of Secondary Education Madhya Bharat, Gwalior
27. Council of Secondary Education Board, Mohali
28. Mahatma Gandhi Secondary and Senior Secondary Education Board, Delhi
29. Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Open Education, West Bengal
30. Board of Youth Education, India
31. The Council of Basic and Technical Education, Ludhiana
32. Shiksha Parishad Madhyamic, Gwalior
33. Central Board of Education, Ajmer
34. Council of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
35. Board of Secondary Education Madhya Bharat, Gwalior
36. Delhi Board of Senior Secondary Education, Delhi
37. Board of Technical and Secondary Education, Delhi
38. Board of Youth Education in India   
39. Mahatma Gandhi Secondary and Senior Secondary Education Board, Delhi
40. Council of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
41. Indian Council Open School Certificate Examination, Maharashtra
42. Mahakoshal Board of Secondary Education, Jabalpur
43. National Board of Higher Secondary Education, Delhi
44. Board of Higher Secondary Open Education, Delhi
45. Board of School and Technical Education, Chhattisgarh
46. Board of Senior Secondary Education
47. Delhi Board of Senior Secondary Education

According to a statement made in Rajya Sabha by Minister of State for HRD, Upendra Kushwaha, there isn’t any regulatory body to detect fake boards. He said: “HRD ministry does not maintain data in respect of the number of fake boards functioning and the number of students who have fallen prey to such boards. However, instructions were issued to states and Union Territories to initiate action against such boards.” Parents as well as teachers need to be vigilant about such fake organisations for secure academic future of their wards.