Kumar Rajiv Nayan

Bhabhua : With the Bihar government making registration of all the private coaching institutes across the state mandatory, the Kaimur e district administration has asked all such institutes in the district to get themselves registered under the Coaching Act 2010 failing which stern action would be taken against their owners.

The District Education Officer (DEO), Kaimur, said that a number of private coaching centres are being run in urban and rural areas in the district without registration in violation of the Coaching Act 2010. He said instruction has been issued to the owners of all the coaching centres to get their coaching centres registered under the Coaching Act 2010. He said that 10 coaching centres have so far submitted application for their registration. The DEO said that the coaching centres may be registered under the Coaching Act 2010 after Block Education Officer (BEO) concerned makes ground verification of the coaching centres and submits his report in their favour.

The DEO said that a coaching centre will be registered for three years only. They have to provide complete information about the prospectus, fees and courses offered to students, classrooms for the students, water and lavatory facilities at the coaching centres. He said that the coaching centre owners will be fined Rs 25,000 for violation of provisions of the Act, Rs 1 lakh for second time violation and the coaching centres may be closed if the owners violate the  provisions of the Act for third time in a row.


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