Vinamrata Borwankar,  September 29, 2017

Source: The Times of India

Mumbai : The Central Board of Secondary Education has decided to withdraw the provisional affiliation of Borivli’s Matushri Kashiben Vrajlal Valia International Vidyalaya (MKVVIV), putting a question mark over the future of more than 2,500 students. The school and parents of students are already fighting it out in the Bombay high court over the school’s decision to shift from Borivli West to the East.

In an order dated September 9, CBSE’s affiliation department said several irregularities were found during a physical inspection of the school premises. “The school management is running three educational institute in one building which is divided between Matushri Kashiben Vrajlal Valia International Vidyalaya, Matushree Pushpaben Vinubhai Valia College of Commerce and R C Patel High School. The school manage ment totally disregarded the infrastructure, safety and sanitation of the school. There are unsafe partitions in the classrooms and in the corridors and it also has old construction, which is unsafe for students of the school,“ read the order.

Jayesh Yagnik, secretary of the Borivali Education Society that runs the school, refused to comment on the issue. “The court will hear the case tomorrow (Friday) and since it is sub judice, we would not want to speak about it,“ he said.