CBSE online payment system for teachers will open from April 28
For this, a special online payment system has also been made by CBSE. For which a portal is still in the final stages of testing.
Nagpur: CBSE has announced the long-pending reimbursement and payment, To conduct the Term-1 board exams in winter respectively, from the date of 28th April in online mode.
For this, a special online payment system has also been made by CBSE. For which a portal is still in the final stages of testing. Through the same online portal also, the account of all these schools can apply only for reimbursement of the expenses incurred while conducting the examination of the department. All the teachers who have to pay the inspector fee at all, can also easily apply. And you can easily get the money directly in your bank account. This portal is also fully ready to be launched on the date of 28 April.
The Central Board is also taking great advantage of innovation and technology to significantly cut down on paperwork as well as great speed up the delivery processes.
CBSE has asked schools to keep the details of the teachers
Once the online portal resumes functioning, Then the time taken for making all applications and collecting payments can be reduced to a few days instead of weeks or months.
Along with this, CBSE has also asked these schools to keep the details of the teachers’ bank accounts fully ready, so that not much time is wasted in filling out the online form.
While the teachers are applying for the inspection fee at all, all the schools also have to pay a very heavy cost for the stationery. And schools have printed very thousands of page question papers for Term-2 as they were delivered digitally.
The question papers were downloaded in the school just before the commencement of the examination and then the copies were printed/photocopied and distributed. Because of this, the schools had to bear the cost of not only the paper but also the printing ink and electricity charges.
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