No proposal to implement common salary package for CBSE teachers: HRD Ministry

The Human Resource Development Ministry (MHRD) informed the Lok Sabha on Monday that at present the government has no proposal to implement a common salary package for teachers working in CBSE schools across the country. Responding to questions asked by member Anil Feroziya, the Ministry informed the House that the State Governments have not been consulted in this regard.
By May 5, 2019, there are 21,271 schools in Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE in India and 228 of 25 foreign countries associated with it. According to official CBSE data, 1,138 central schools, 3,011 government or aided schools, 16,741 independent schools, 595 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas and 14 central Tibetan schools. These schools meet the educational needs of approximately 1.25 million (or 12.5 million) students in India and abroad.

Except for independent schools, all other schools follow the salary package of related government agencies.

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