Ban online class for students up to class VII: parents
On the complaints of several parents stating the issue of the constant pressure of schools to deposit the fee, the chairperson of State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) Usha Negi has written to the head of the State’s School Education department. Recently, several parents complained to the commission that despite the government’s orders, some private schools are regularly asking them to submit the school fees in the existing crisis. They said that parents are also suffering in the current crisis, therefore the fees of the last three months should be waived off by the state government. Besides, they also suggested that the government should ban the online classes for students in classes up to VII as has been done by the Odisha government.
Taking action on the complaint, Negi wrote to the School Education Department to provide the maximum relaxation to parents besides waiving the three months fees of students. Negi suggested the department take appropriate actions against the issue of the online classes of students considering the suggestions and instructions communicated earlier by SCPCR.
Thursday, 18 June 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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