Every school that starts in India has to start off with permissions from the state government.
Once the highest class of the school reaches Std 8, the school is allowed to apply for affiliation to CBSE.
CBSE is a central government body that is concerned with classes from Std 9 to 12 as they conduct the board exams of Std. 10 and 12.
The Wakad campus is now up to Std. 5 in 2022. So we have to wait for 3 more years (till 2025) till we are allowed to start the process. And then by the time the highest batch students come to the end of Std. 8, the board completes the paperwork and hands the school an affiliation number.
As the other two campuses (Shivane, started in 2014 and Fursungi, started in 2016) have already passed that stage, they have an affiliation number. Wakad will get its CBSE affiliation number in due course.
In the meantime, how will parents know what syllabus we are following and which exam the students will be appearing for in Std 10 and 12? So we let you know by the “proposed CBSE” sign. That lets you know what board the school will get affiliated to and what syllabus the kids will be studying in the school.