The Madhya Pradesh government has issued a directive on private school fees.
Schools are requested to open a separate account for the fees collected, so that it can be easily monitored.
- Last updated:
December 1, 2020, 3:32 pm IST
These are the instructions
According to government directives, private schools will now be able to raise fees up to 10 percent at will. In addition, if schools raise fees between 10 and 15 percent, they will need the approval of the district committee. If the fee is increased by 15 percent or more, they will have to explain why. Not only this, the Department of School Education has also demanded balance from 2017 to date.
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Separate account for fees
Schools are requested to open a separate account for deposit of fees, so that it can be easily monitored. The government has also issued instructions on fees and related issues. Also, schools will have to upload their fee structure. Full details must be uploaded to the new session days in advance. If the fees are 10 to 1 percent or less compared to the previous academic session, the district committee will have to send them. She will decide on it in a day.