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Wednesday, 30 September 2020

how much has the Rupani government reduced the fees of private schools?

An important decision has been taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by CM Rupani at 10.30 am today. Parents are given 25 per cent relief in fees.
Ahmedabad: The wait of the state's guardians for the last several days has come to an end. The state government has decided in the interest of the parents in the matter of black fees of corona. An important decision has been taken in the cabinet meeting chaired by CM Rupani at 10.30 am today. Parents are given 25 per cent relief in fees.
Following the High Court order, the state government took an important decision on private school fees in a meeting to be held today. In a press conference today, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that parents have been given a relief of 25 per cent less. I.e. 25 per cent fee has been waived. Managers have been persuaded to disagree with 25 per cent. Apart from this do not pay other fees.
Bhupendrasinh Chudasama further said that this decision will be applicable to all boards except Gujarat Board. Private school teachers have to be paid. Not a single teacher can be fired. Fees can be reimbursed if the parents have paid the fee first. Notably, the board of trustees demanded a 50 fee waiver.

Notably, private school administrators showed readiness for a 25 percent fee reduction. The state government had earlier held two meetings with the governing bodies and proposed a 25 per cent fee reduction but the governors did not believe the government had filed a petition in the high court.

There is news of relief for the parents today.  The state cabinet meeting has decided to waive only 25 per cent fee in private schools in the state.  Gujarat school administrators are ready for only 25 per cent fee waiver and no fee for other activities.  This decision will apply to all boards, including Gujarat, i.e. CBSE.

Fee waiver decision: Private school administrators will waive only 25 per cent fee, a decision taken at a cabinet meeting will apply to all boards, including the CBSE.

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