Here are the CBSE Rules: Does not mention class size
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. If the Principal observes during the school-session, that a particular child is medically not fit to attend the school, he reserves the right to send the child back home.
2. The school does not accept any responsibility, whatsoever, for any accident that may happen during or after the school hours, or any other occasion.
3. Students are required to attend the school in the recommended uniform and to strictly follow the Code- of-Conduct and the Rules-of Discipline of the school.
4. Speaking of English is encouraged in the School. Good manners, Good habits, obedience, order, neatness of dress and of person, and punctuality are required to be observed at all times.
5. During the working hours, order and silence are to be maintained while moving around the premises. Running, playing or shouting inside the school building is not allowed.
6. The regular attendance of the child in the classes is important. However the prior submission of an application of absence is necessary. The reason of absence stated therein must be of a satisfactory nature. Application for leave should be briefly written in the school calendar in case of sickness or of other unforeseen circumstances, the pupils, on returning to the school, must show the reason of absence certified by his/her parent or guardian written in the calendar.
7. As per the C.B.S.E rules, 75% minimum attendance is required for the students of classes IX -- XII.
8. If a pupil is absent for 15 days without leave, his/her name might be removed from the class roll. The usual readmission fee (SR 50/-) will be charged if he/she is to be readmitted.
9. The School shall not be responsible for books, money, clothes or other articles that are lost. The pupils must look after their own belongings. It is not advisable for pupils to have money or valuable articles with them while coming to school.
10. The children who lose their report cards are required to pay a penalty of SR 10/-for a duplicate copy.
11. Students are not allowed to enter the classrooms other than their own or to remain in the class-room during the Physical Education period.
12. Students are forbidden to give their teachers individual or collective presents without the permission of the Principal.
13. Students are not allowed to take private tuitions, paid or unpaid, from their subject teachers without the permission of the Principal.
14. Any damage done in the classroom, laboratory, school premises or in the bus has to be made good by the student.
15. Books borrowed from the library should be returned on due date, or replaced if lost.
16. No child should leave the school premises during the recess or during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.
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In a quick search, I did not find any specific references to the rules about class size, but I did find this page which lists regional CBSE offices you could contact to do further research directly with the CBSE:
CBSE rules are mostly applied are fully dependent upon the educational board centre where examinations are conducted.
I am delighted to see my students results but could not find anywhere on the internet.
Less than 65 students are allowed in one classroom. If the number of students goes beyond this limit, the school will have to manage another classroom for the rest.
(According to the CBSE Official Guidelines)
But I don't think the schools are following this rule.
Dear there is no defined rule for this. India is a growing country and still there is a great room for improvements. There are lots of children out of schools and govt is working hard to improve it and also they need lots of schools and colleges to accommodate all the students.
Now days they are not too much concern about the number of students in a class but the college or school head decide about it how much students they would enrolled in the coming class and every year they are increasing this number.
this is a truth.the no. of students is fixed but many school such as st
Karen's high school patna has more than req. no. and instead of increasing sections it is giving tc to many or asking them to repeat 9 instead of letting them go to 10