Announcement
Admissions are Open For 10th 12th All Stream 
COBSE
Council of Boards of School Education in India is PRIVATE NGO (NON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION) Voluntary Agency Established in 1979 Under Societies Registration Act, COBSE is Not a Constitutional Body Nor Has it Been Established by the Government of India, Ministry of HRD & Or Not Any Central or State Government, COBSE has Not Been Given Any Authority to Declare and Education Board is Fake or Not Given Authority to Responsible for Verifying Genuineness/Recognition/Permission/Membership of Schools Education Board in India.

WHO ARE WE??

  • An ISO9001:2008 And ISO 9001:2015 Certified From ABAS, USA
  • A Board Registered Under Section 8 of Companies Act 2013 Government of India (Specially for Promoting Commerce, Art, Science, Sports, Education, Research, Social Welfare, Religion, Charity, Protection of Environment or any Such Other Objects)
  • Registered With Ministry of Corporate Affairs Government of India
  • Registered With Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (M.S.M.E) Government of India
  • Registered Controller General of Patents, Designs &Trade Marks Department, Government of India
  • Registered Under Planning Commission Government of India
  • Registered Department of Labour Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi
  • Member of Quality Council of India
  • Member The CPD Accreditation Group London
  • Ministry of HRD (CR) Government of India
  • Applied for Certificate Under CRP Act 1957(MHRD) Department Of Higher Education, Ministry of HRD Under CR, Government of India
  • An Autonomous Body According to NEP 1986 Government of India & Other Government of India Notifications & Board of all Deeps in the India & Abroad
  • An Autonomous Body According to NEP 1986 & Education Act Government of India Applied for Certificate Under CRP Act 1957(MHRD) Department of Higher Education Government of India
  • Applied For Minority Status Certificate From Minorities Development Department Government of Maharashtra
  • Applied For Minority Status Certificate From National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions, Government of India
  • The Issued Certificates of Boards are accepted by Ministry of External Affairs of MHRD Government of India
  • The Issued Certificates of Boards are accepted by Home Department Government of Maharashtra, Mantralaya, Mumbai

Maharashtra State Open School is a brand of MSO School Foundation is an autonomous independent and Non–Governmental organization (NGO) for the conduct of Courses of Secondary and Higher Secondary School Examination, providing an alternative to choose from either Government aided Boards/Councils or a Non-Government independent Autonomous Body. The Board aims to provide education to all children, especially to those in rural and remote areas, at least up to the Senior Secondary level and many other Courses. It is further submitted that the Council is a private initiative for the establishment of a Non-Government Board/Council for conducting 10th, 12th and Many Courses Common Examination for students studying in schools affiliated and likely to be affiliated by Maharashtra State Open School.

The Board/Council trustees/members has the constitutional right under Article 19 (1) (g) to pursue any profession or any occupation and running teaching institutes have been included as part of occupation as held by Hon’ble Supreme Court in T.M.A. Pai Foundation Vs. State of Karnataka (SC) 2003 (2) SCT 385. The relevant portion of the above said judgment is reproduced as under:-

“Private education is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing segments of post-secondary education at the turn of the twenty –first century. A combination of unprecedented demand for access to higher education and the inability or unwillingness of government to provide the necessary support has brought private higher education to the forefront. Private institutions with a long history in many countries, are expanding in scope and number, and are becoming increasingly important in parts of the world that relied almost entirely on the public sector.

Open Education System:

The concept of distance education is good alternative to the heavily strained formal education system. The pressure in the field of higher education is ever increasing as more students apply for different courses every year. The number of students entering university has been rising at an average rate of 7per cent a year. At present, more than 30 University are offering correspondence courses.

The Open Education gives opportunities to all people who are not in a position to go to college or University to acquire degrees. They are convenient for the disadvantaged groups, living in remote areas and those who are employed. They enable students to pursue their education at their convenience without relying on rigid daily schedules and the constraints of attendance in class rooms. On 5th August 1985, the Union minister of Education said in the Rajya Sabha that The Open University would open an important era in educational technology and will be a role model in educational technology and in method of teaching different courses to the poor? The Open Education System gives sufficient flexibility in academic matters. It has a multimedia approach to instruction. The students have to make use the radio, the television, C.D. and computers, in addition to books, the study centres, located at places convenient for the students, serve as a storehouse of knowledge. The authorities of the Open Education System take steps to conduct periodic discussions and seminars on difficult and important topics. The Open Education System in our country produces good results in the field of higher education.