Inder Singh Parmer passes Unlawful comment to parents

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MP Education Minister's Video Goes Viral, Says 'Go &Die' To Parents

MP School Education Minister, Inder Singh Parmar faces criticism after his unlawful comment of “go and die” to parents went viral. Several parents had gathered at the Minister’s resident to complain about the overcharged fees demanded by some schools despite the online classes. "What to do, sir? We will die,” the parents say in the video. However, all parents were asked to turn off their cameras.

Thu, 01 Jul 2021 - 10:39 AM / by Balaji L

Tags: Education Minister, Madhya Pradesh, parents, School Fees

Courtesy: Hindustan times

Supreme Court of India.

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SC Refuses Private Schools From Levying Annual Fees & Development Charges

The Delhi High Court's decision of letting unaided private schools in Delhi levy annual fees and developmental charges on students, was refused on June 28 by the Supreme Court. The Delhi High Court had overturned the Delhi government’s orders of April and August 2020 stopping private schools from charging annual charges and development fees. Parents and students had pleaded on grounds of high fluctuation in fees and not using resources.

Tue, 29 Jun 2021 - 04:05 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Schools, Private Schools, School Fees, Supreme Court

Courtesy: The Times of India

Supreme Court

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In No Respite, SC Orders 100% School Fee Payment For Pandemic Period

The Supreme Court on February 8 held that parents have to pay 100% of school fees for the pandemic period. In the interim order, the apex court, however, cleared that any student’s name cannot be omitted from school rolls for non payment of fees. Also, directing that no board student will be denied permission to appear for exams, the court allowed parents to pay the dues in six installments from March 5.

Tue, 09 Feb 2021 - 11:45 AM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Supreme Court, Apex Court, Education, School Fees

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Fees reduction ordered by Calcutta High Court

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Calcutta High Court Slashes Private School Fees By 20%

As a response to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by guardian forum of 145 schools, The Calcutta High Court ordered a 20% fee reduction in schools' tuition fees.  Reportedly, the deduction will apply to all the non-government aided schools in the state. The court also appointed a 3-member committee to monitor the order. Moreover, the court ordered that there will be no salary hike for teachers and staff members.

Tue, 13 Oct 2020 - 05:15 PM / by Bhavyata Kagrana

Tags: Private Schools, School Fees, Fees Reduction, West Bengal

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Private school in navi mumbai gets legal notice for removing students from online classes due to tuition fees

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Mumbai: Ryan School Issued Notice For Removing Students From Online Classes

Ryan International School in Sanpada has received a show-cause notice from the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC). NMMC took this decision after parents complained that their children were asked to leave the online classes for not paying fees. The notice claimed that the school was "violating the provisions of Right to Education Act, 2009". However, Ryan International said that they have clarified the issues, which were raised in the… read-more

Thu, 08 Oct 2020 - 03:24 AM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: Education, nahi Mumbai, School Fees, nmmc

Courtesy: The Indian Express

School Fees

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Gujarat Government Slashes Private Schools' Fee By 25%

School fee of private schools across Gujarat has been slashed down by 25%, as announced by the state government. The fee cut is applicable to all the boards and will be available only if the parents pay 50% of the fees by October 31. Reportedly, the government conducted meetings with the stakeholders concerned before taking the decision. However, even though private schools have agreed, few parents' unions insist on 50% relaxations.

Thu, 01 Oct 2020 - 09:03 AM / by Sneha Ramesh

Tags: Gujarat, Schools, School Fees, Covid-19

Courtesy: The Indian Express