Private schools submit memo to FM, request permission to reopen

Indore: The Private Schools’ Union of Mandsaur district submitted a memorandum to Finance Minister Jagdish Deora with various demands on Sunday. They have also demanded that the government allow relaxation of the recognition fee.

Besides, the memo stated, schools should be allowed to open since they are facing an acute financial crisis. One of their main demands is that the RTE fees from the 2017-2019 session should be reimbursed soon. They have demanded that they should be allowed to recover the fees of the last session and the current session and given permission not to promote to the next class students whose dues have not yet been cleared. They have asked for an increase in the RTE fee that is paid by the government and for an extension of the dates for renewal of recognition and new recognition.

Private Schools’ Union patron and educationist Ramesh Chandra Chandre, district president Rupesh Parikh, district general secretary Sher Mohammad Khan, tehsil president Bhanupratap Rana and others were present on the occasion. The information was provided by media-in-charge Ravi Bhavsar.

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