Upload students’ details on portal or stand to lose NoC, Haryana education dept to schools
1,004 schools in state yet to upload data; 43 schools from Gurgaon alone that are yet to register themselves on UDISE. In Faridabad, 54 schools are not registered on UDISE and 125 schools, that have taken their user IDs and passwords, don’t have a single entry related to their students.gurgaon Updated: Jan 16, 2018 22:58 IST
The Haryana education department has warned private schools that are yet to upload and update information of their students on the UDISE (Unified District Information System for Education) to do the same before January 22. Schools that fail to comply will be issued a notice giving them a week’s time before the department cancels their no-objection certificate (NoC).
According to additional deputy commissioner Pradeep Dahiya, the notice will be sent to private schools until January 22. On January 23, a final notice for seven days will be sent to them and after this, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Haryana School Education Board and the education department of the state will be written to take action.
According to the education department, 1,004 schools in the state are yet to upload their data while 141 schools that have registered don’t have a single entry on UDISE.
There are 43 schools from Gurgaon alone that are yet to register themselves on UDISE. In Faridabad, 54 schools are not registered on UDISE and 125 schools, that have taken their user IDs and passwords, don’t have a single entry related to their students.
The UDISE was launched to keep a check on fake and multiple admissions. The department had received several complaints regarding double admission of students in the CBSE and Haryana board schools.
According to department officials, information on UDISE has to be uploaded at multiple places, including the number of students, their parents’ information, family status, etc. According to the number of students appearing on UDISE, the Central government makes its scheme for promotion of education.
It also involves enhancing resources in existing schools and meeting other needs. The order is applicable to schools of both the Haryana Board and the CBSE.
Dr SS Phulia, state project director of the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, said the intention of the department is not to put locks on schools, but those who disregard the rules would not be spared and all the districts have been directed to recommend action against such schools to the government.
The district education officer in February last year had asked all the schools across the city to upload profile of each student on the Management Information System Haryana education portal and to link Aadhaar with it.
Checking fake admissions
- The Union ministry of human resource and development conducted the UDISE Survey to gather information on students, teachers and structures, among other things
- The UDISE was launched to keep a check on fake and multiple admissions
- For this survey, information was collected from government, aided, private and Central schools
- The online pro forma can be filled by clicking on the link U-DISE Survey 2017-18, on the e-Haryana portal dashboard
- Schools can log in on the e-Haryana portal with their user ID and password