The burden of fees on government school students also, in the name of school development committee and sports

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Inspired by the collection of fees in private schools, closed government schools have also started pressuring students for fees. Instead of tuition fees, such schools have devised many avenues to impose financial burden on students. In the name of the school development committee or for , scout, science, red cross fund, examination and nomination, etc., information is to be taken from thousand to 12 hundred rupees. In government schools, this recovery has been made not only in the capital but in many schools in the district. From the ninth to the twelfth, that is, usually only the students of higher secondary have been burdened with financial burden. It has come to light from many places that this matter of collection of fees in government schools is not limited to Raipur district alone. Rather, in different districts of the state different fees are being charged from students of higher classes. In this regard, parents of some students said in the discussion that this fee has been taken with admission. In addition to examination and enrollment fees, the school development committee, poor students, science, scout, red cross and other charges are included. The school management is clearly telling them that fees have to be paid, otherwise they will not be able to study further. Significantly, those who are unable to bear the fees of private schools in urban areas usually take refuge in government schools, or in rural areas, most of the students in V schools come from the lower class. In the era of Corona, where many families are struggling with financial crisis. In such a situation, the pressure of fees from government schools is falling on them. There is no schooling in the Corona era. There have been different cases related to fees for some time, But it all belonged to private schools, which put pressure on the parents for fees. The complaint has also reached the officers of the Education Department. This did not happen in government schools, but now such complaints have started coming from there too. The only difference is that private schools charge fees every month, while government schools charge fees once a year. In this regard, District Education Officer GR Chandrakar said that the fees fixed for enrollment and examination by the Board of Secondary Education are being charged from the students. Apart from this, if any government school is charging any kind of fee then it is wrong, they will take action against it. But now such complaints are also coming from there. The only difference is that private schools charge fees every month, while government schools charge fees once a year. In this regard, District Education Officer GR Chandrakar said that the fees fixed for enrollment and examination by the Board of Secondary Education are being charged from the students. Apart from this, if any government school is charging any kind of fee then it is wrong, we will take action against it. But now such complaints are also coming from there. The only difference is that private schools charge fees every month, while government schools charge fees once a year. In this regard, District Education Officer GR Chandrakar said that the fees fixed for enrollment and examination by the Board of Secondary Education are being charged from the students. Apart from this, if any government school is charging any kind of fee then it is wrong, we will take action against it.

"I immediately issue an order that such recovery should be stopped. I ask the DEO of the districts where such complaints are coming, to take action against the principals of those schools."

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