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Saturday, September 12, 2020

67 sarkari madhyamik shalao sharu karva babat paripatra.

67 sarkari madhyamik shalao sharu karva babat paripatra.



In Gujarat, the demand for waiver of first semester fees of private schools is becoming fierce. Amid the demand, the state government held a meeting with the board of trustees on Tuesday. At the meeting held in Gandhinagar, there was a strong demand by the parents to waive the fees for three to six months. The state government has not denied the demand and has decided to convene a meeting again. This is an indication that the government is seriously considering the issue and will move towards providing greater relief to middle-class parents

Earlier, the state government had held meetings with school administrators and various unions. After Tuesday's meeting, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said no decision has been taken yet on the issue of fee waiver. In addition to academics from all over the district, we have called for the names of parents of different classes of people, including doctors, traders and lawyers who are truly guardians. A virtual meeting will be held with them and their suggestions will be taken. The final decision will be made. Guardians, on the other hand, say the stat


e government has decided to hold another meeting on June 20 or June 21.

In a meeting with the state government, the board of trustees demanded that the government, which collects billions of rupees in education cess, give students the benefit of fee waiver from this tax amount. Parents are complaining that classroom education is not going to take place in schools and the government should prepare a common guideline and waive the collective fee for three to six months in the current academic year when schools have to pay for examinations and related expenses. It was also submitted by the parents' councils that the education cess levied by the government on every product from every parent in Gujarat should be waived for 6 months from the education cess. It was also complained to the government that the FRC law is not being implemented effectively and the attitude of the government is more from the administrators.

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