RAJASTHAN GOVERNMENT: PRIVATE SCHOOLS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CHARGE FEES FROM STUDENTS
Rajasthan Government has decided that private schools are not allowed to charge fees from students.
As all the educational institutions are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, parents are exempted from paying fees. All the schools and educational institutions are temporarily shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic since the month of March. At first, the Rajasthan Government said that private schools are asked to deter fees from students in this period of time till June 30. Now, the Rajasthan Government has decided to extend this period. The order of the government in relation to this decision would be released soon.
THIS DECISION WAS IMPLEMENTED FOR THREE MONTHS
After the Minister’s tweet, the order was released by the Rajasthan Government. The order read that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all the private schools will not be charging fees from students. This decision will be implemented for three months. But, schools are going to remain close till further orders. So, the Rajasthan Government has decided to extend this order. Parents will be exempted from paying fees till further orders. There is no information when the schools are going to reopen.
PARENTS WERE AGAINST THE PAYMENT OF FEES
Parents were continuously protesting in Rajasthan for charging fees from them. Parents said the Rajasthan Government to not to charge fees from them as schools are not in function due to the coronavirus era. They were protesting and clarified to the Rajasthan Government that even if schools are not in function, they have been charging the entire fees. Parents were bound to pay the fees in the name of online classes. But, as the final decision has already released by the Rajasthan Government, no private school would charge fees. No student’s name will be marked in the fee-defaulter list.