High Court stops private schools from hiking fees
Jaipur, July 6 (UNI) The Rajasthan High Court has a ordered private schools not hike to fees as the session starts.
In a major relief to parents, the High Court also said the school or any private educational institute will have to take permission from the court if it wants to hike its fees mid-term.
The court issued this order in response to a petition filed by the parents assoication against the unreasonable hike.
Judges Gyansudha Mishra and Dr Vinita Kotari while giving their verdict yesterday also asked the state government to implement the interim report of Justice Tiwari Committee which was set up by the High court to look into fees control.
Justice Tiwari Committee studied the income-expenditure of 18,000 private schools in the state. The Committee has asked the state government to conduct a special audit of 30 schools, out of which 13 schools are being run by societies and 17 are private schools.
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