Academic year 2021-22, UP govt Bars Private Schools from Hiking Fees!!! Due to the corona virus epidemic, the Uttar Pradesh government has barred any increase in school fees across all boards for the upcoming academic session (2021-2022), according to Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma. In a statement, Sharma, who also oversees the Secondary Education Department, claimed that the COVID-19 second wave has impacted many families financially, and that schools are physically shuttered while online sessions continue.
“With this in mind, the government has made a balanced decision so that the average person does not have to shoulder any additional burdens, and schools can pay teachers and other employees,” he said. Schools can charge fees in accordance with their preparations for the 2019-20 school years, according to the Deputy CM, because costs were not increased last year owing to a similar circumstance during the first wave.
“Those who have increased prices this academic session should adjust them in the future,” he said, adding that no transportation expenses should be imposed on days when schools are closed. If parents are unable to pay the three-month advance charge, Sharma believes they should be offered the option of paying monthly rather than being compelled to pay in one lump sum. He believes that costs for computer, sports, science labs, libraries, and annual functions should not be charged to students.
“If a student’s parents have COVID-19, their current month’s tuition may be modified in the following month’s costs upon written request,” Sharma added. He went on to say that schools should compensate instructors and their personnel on a regular basis.
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