The Primary School Association will go to the Chief Minister’s residence on December 14 to give a collective demonstration with their ten-point demands. Private school operators say that all areas have been affected by the outbreak of Corona’s epidemic, schooling has also been greatly affected. The student has been deprived of coming to school and studying since last March.
Online learning has also been conducted by private schools at the time of lockdown and has proved beneficial for children. Nearly nine months have passed since the current teaching session and students have not come to school for a single day.
Due to this, not only their education but also mental and physical development is being lost. Students are going to markets, malls, weddings, picnics, etc. The bus has stopped going to school. The government should allow the opening of schools.
This demand has been made by the Association of Unaided Private School MP on Wednesday. This association is the formation of CBSE, ICSE, and MP Board affiliated schools in the state.
The organization said that the government has given permission to call students of class IX to XII from September 21 for guidance/doubt resolution, but the number is small.
Children will not come to school until regular teaching begins in schools. Even after ordering the government and the High Court to pay tuition fees, 40 to 50 percent of the students have not paid the tuition fee.
Due to this, educational institutions of the state are facing an economic crisis and their systems have collapsed.
The government is requested to take a quick decision, if the appropriate decision is not taken on our demands, then on December 14, private school teachers, parents, and academicians will hold a peaceful demonstration at the Chief Minister’s residence and district and divisional headquarters throughout the state and on December 14 Online teaching will be closed as a protest in the state.
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