Great news for parents of children studying in private schools


In the midst of a lockdown, news of relief has come for students and parents across the country. Union Human Resources Minister Ramesh Pokhriel has appealed to all private schools in the country to reconsider the decision to increase the annual school fees and the three-month fee together during the lockdown.



Pokhriyal tweeted that many parents from across the country have come to me complaining that even in the time of crisis, many schools are increasing their annual fees and taking three months' fees together.

Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank
@DrRPNishank



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He told the schools that at the time of this global disaster, I have a statement to all schools that they should sympathize with the annual school fees increase and the three month fees not taken together.
In another tweet, he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also urged to prioritize human values ​​during this epidemic. From this perspective it is hoped that all schools will be anxious to provide timely pay to their teachers and the entire staff.
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 Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, on the other hand, also said on Friday that education and economy were being affected the most because of the corona virus. I and the government have received complaints from several places that some schools are raising fees. These people are raising fees without government approval. He made it clear that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has ordered that private schools in Delhi do not raise fees without approval.

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