Ministry of Education issued an affidavit – fees will be refunded according to the rules

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Moradabad. During the corona transition period, the Department of Education filed an affidavit with the High Court regarding the fees being illegally levied by schools. The ministry stated in the affidavit that the schools collected the fees in accordance with the rules during the corona transition period. It did not violate the mandate in any way. The matter will now be heard on July 28th.
During the corona transition period, Anuj Gupta and others filed a public interest lawsuit in the High Court accusing many schools of charging, charging on behalf of facilities that did not benefit the children, and many schools during lockdown Had to collect additional fees on behalf of compound fees. In this case, a total of 17 parties, including the UP board, the CBSE board, the ICSCE board, the Moradabad District Judge, the District School Inspector and 11 Moradabad private schools were made plaintiffs. During the hearing on June 30, the Supreme Court requested a response from the state government against the arbitrary charging of fees by private schools across the state.
In accordance with the order of the Supreme Court, Uttar Pradesh State, DIOS Moradabad, District Judge Moradabad and the UP Board, Acting District School Inspector of Moradabad, Shyama Kumar, have made an affidavit. The affidavit states that fees will only be collected from schools in accordance with the government order dated May 20, 2021. The order said that the schools will not charge any fees for the facilities that children did not use during the corona transition period. This includes laboratory, sports, annual program, exam fee, etc. What the schools did not restore.
Anuj Gupta, organizer and petitioner of the Moradabad Parents of All School Association, said our response was submitted on July 12th. Now the next hearing on this case is on July 28th. Our attorney will present his case in the high court. So far, four parties involved in the process have made affidavits. We will present our strong position during the hearing. Justice is fought in the interests of parents.

Moradabad. During the coronavirus transition period, the Department of Education filed an affidavit with the High Court regarding fees illegally levied by schools. The ministry stated in the affidavit that the schools collected the fees in accordance with the rules during the corona transition period. It did not violate the mandate in any way. The matter will now be heard on July 28th.

During the corona transition period, Anuj Gupta and others filed a public interest lawsuit in the High Court accusing many schools of charging, charging on behalf of facilities that did not benefit the children, and many schools during lockdown Had to collect additional fees on behalf of compound fees. In this case, a total of 17 parties, including the UP board, the CBSE board, the ICSCE board, the Moradabad District Judge, the District School Inspector and 11 Moradabad private schools were made plaintiffs. During the hearing on June 30, the Supreme Court requested a response from the state government against the arbitrary charging of fees by private schools across the state.

In accordance with the order of the Supreme Court, Uttar Pradesh State, DIOS Moradabad, District Judge Moradabad and the UP Board, Acting District School Inspector of Moradabad, Shyama Kumar, have made an affidavit. The affidavit states that fees will only be collected from schools in accordance with the government order dated May 20, 2021. The order said that the schools will not charge any fees for the facilities that children did not use during the corona transition period. This includes laboratory, sport, annual program, examination fee, etc. What the schools do not take back.

Anuj Gupta, organizer and petitioner of the Moradabad Parents of All School Association, said our response was submitted on July 12th. Now the next hearing on this case is on July 28th. Our attorney will present his case in the high court. So far, four defendants have made affidavits. We will present our strong position during the hearing. Justice is fought in the interests of parents.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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