cannot gain recognition overnight. It is a steady process involving time and resources.
Recognized school has to pass and struggle through the initial hiccups and eventually gain recognition. Obviously all Recognized
schools will admit this fact.
of the unrecognized schools cater to the lower strata of the society. This means education is being imparted to underprivileged
children as well. All, at an affordable fee structure.
slum dwellers and people living below and slightly above the poverty line cannot afford to join their wards in recognized
schools, which charge hefty admission fees and other terminal fees. Amounting to literally fleecing the students.
every recognized school has competent staff and infrastructure and which is by no means superior in any way to unrecognized
schools must be given a chance to apply for recognition and up gradation with a definite grace period.
minimum strength of a school cannot be determined in the initial years of its setup.
There is very less distinction between UNRECOGNIZED SCHOOLS and RECOGNIZED SCHOOLS in smaller
localities and slums in terms of standards and infrastructure.