Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma announced that school fees will not be increased this year – UP: School fees will not be increased from first to eighth grade, announced Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma on

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The Deputy Chief Minister and Responsible for the Agra District, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, checked the preparations for the upcoming college exams, Covid control, vaccination, plantation and upcoming exams at Circuit House on Friday. He said school fees have neither increased nor increased this year.

Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma
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School fees are not increasing from grade one to eight in the state. On Friday, Deputy Prime Minister Dinesh Sharma put an end to the fee increase or reduction issue, saying we did not allow the fee increase last year, nor will we allow the fee increase this year. He said that Delhi has high fees so the Supreme Court has recognized the need to lower it there.The Deputy Chief Minister and Responsible for the Agra District, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said after a review meeting at Circuit House on Friday that the government implemented the law itself in 2019. It clearly states that no school increases the fees. The government is against increasing the fees. If a school charges more fees, action will be taken against them.

He said no school would charge additional fees from students during the pandemic. The fee is not deducted. The Administration and Education Department will benevolently consider applications from families whose financial situation is poor or who cannot pay the fees.

“Exam duration should only be one and a half hours”

The deputy prime minister has directed Divisional Commissioner Amit Gupta to check college exam time to no more than an hour and a half, self centers for girls, ambulances used in exam centers, surveillance cameras and inpatient judges for security precautions.Officials from the police, administration and university departments were present at the review meeting. He is instructed to carry out the upcoming examinations in coordination with the Vice Chancellor. Following the Kovid guidelines, the establishment of a control room for the examinations was specified. Ask the Divisional Commissioner to meet with all officers in the division.

satisfied with covid control
Satisfied with the covid control, the deputy prime minister said that Piku wards for rescuing children in the third wave are being prepared in health centers and at the SN Hospital. Village-village medicine boxes will be distributed.

He asked for the oxygen systems to be functional at the earliest and, in view of the rainfall, to attach particular importance to cleaning the drains. At the same time, the police and administration were instructed to conduct the upcoming block chief elections peacefully. Vice Chancellor Prof. Ashok Mittal, IG Naveen Arora, DM Prabhu N Singh, SSP Muniraj etc. were present at the meeting.

no interruption of the power supply

The representatives of the public discussed with the Deputy Prime Minister about the power supply in rural areas. He directed the DM to ensure the power supply by holding a meeting with DVVNL and Torrent Power. The deputy prime minister said there should be no interruption to the power supply. So that the villagers get enough water for irrigation.

Inspection in Fatehabad
On Friday evening, the Deputy Prime Minister inspected the Fatehabad health center. Review of vaccination progress, Ayushman card and medical distribution. He honored the Pradhan, Monitoring Committees for 100 percent vaccinations in Rasulpur, Bichola, Palia Kripal, Garhi Udayraj. He received a certificate of appreciation. He said the district would only become infection-free today through the vigilance of the princes. He appealed to all people to make an Ayushman card.

also said

10 crore vaccination target in the state in July.
51 oxygen systems became operational in the state.
– 225 secondary schools will be built.
70 new colleges were completed.
10 new universities are being established in the country.
– 119 sugar cane mills may not be closed.
The mafia in the state is afraid or in its clutches.
Vaccination is carried out in 97 thousand revenue villages.

Agra rating points
When examining 11.77 lakh people, 25,708 infected people were found.
In the past six months, 8.19 lakh people have been vaccinated.
A 140-bed Piku ward is being prepared for the third wave.
Eight state oxygen plants are under construction and will start shortly.
– Complete 44.32 lakh plantation work in the district in July.

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School fees are not increasing from grade one to eight in the state. On Friday, Deputy Prime Minister Dinesh Sharma put an end to the fee increase or reduction issue, saying we did not allow the fee increase last year, nor will we allow the fee increase this year. He said that Delhi has high fees so the Supreme Court has recognized the need to lower it there.

The Deputy Chief Minister and Responsible for the Agra District, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said after a review meeting at Circuit House on Friday that the government implemented the law itself in 2019. It clearly states that no school increases the fees. The government is against increasing the fees. If a school charges more fees, action will be taken against them.

He said no school would charge additional fees from students during the pandemic. The fee is not deducted. The Administration and Education Department will benevolently consider applications from families whose financial situation is poor or who cannot pay the fees.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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