Several Pre-schools In Gujarat Face Prospect Of Closure 

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Several Pre-schools In Gujarat Face Prospect Of Closure 

| Updated: April 22, 2024 12:10

As per new norms, pre-schools in the state need to get registered

Several pre-schools across Gujarat are facing the prospect of closure due to the lack of a registered rental agreement. 

The Education Board has made it mandatory for pre-schools to register themselves for which they have to submit a registered rental agreement. The objective is to ensure that they will be better  regulated.  

Many pre-schools operate out of rented premises including shops and other premises. Most of the rental agreements are for 11 months, for which registration is not mandatory, and hence pre-schools are finding it difficult to show a registered rental agreement.

Fewer applications

The process to register the pre-schools in the state began in February. The requirement of a registered rental agreement has resulted in fewer applications from pre-schools to get themselves registered. Some have protested against this requirement.

Also, the recent decision to raise the age limit for admission to Class 1 in state schools has encouraged the establishment of kindergartens for children over five years.

Meanwhile, the Directorate of Primary Education has stressed on the importance of adherence to the registration requirements. 

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