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DyCM Nitin Patel's first statement on school fee issue after suggestion to High Court government, find out what he said ...




DyCM Nitin Patel's first statement on school fee issue after suggestion to High Court government, find out what he said ...




A few days back, the Gujarat High Court had slammed the government for reducing school fees. However in the High Court the school administrators showed readiness to reduce the fixed fees. The High Court, meanwhile, said the government should decide how much the schools will reduce fees. On the issue of fees, Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel told a press conference on Saturday that the education minister would hold a proper meeting and make the right decision.

Statement of Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on school fee issue

Education Minister will make the right decision in the right meeting: Nitin Patel

Decision will be taken in a meeting with the Board of Guardians: Nitin Patel

Schools are closed due to the Corona epidemic and lockdown. So students are being educated through online education. There was then a protest by parents that fees were now being charged by schools. So the government took the matter to the High Court. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Saturday issued a statement on the issue of school fees following a High Court directive. For the first time after the High Court verdict, Nitin Patel said that the Education Minister would take appropriate decision after discussing with the Board of Trustees and, if necessary, the Chief Minister. The decision will be made by consensus. If the decision is not made, the government will take appropriate action.

Demand for reduction and fee waiver of state guardians

Parents in the state have demanded fee waiver before the trust-run school. Parents are demanding a 50 percent fee waiver. In this case, the parents have also shown readiness to send an application form to the district education officer. This is because the High Court has asked the government to decide on the fee reduction case. That is when parents are now demanding a reduction in fees.

Government decides how much schools will reduce fees: High Court

The Gujarat government had proposed a reduction in fees in the High Court due to the Koro period. Then on September 18 in the Gujarat High Court, the school administrators showed readiness to reduce the fees. School administrators showed readiness to reduce the fixed fees. However, it has not been decided yet how much the fee will be reduced. Meanwhile, the High Court had directed the government to reduce the fees. The government should decide how much the schools will reduce fees, the high court said. It is unfortunate that the government has to apply to the court for a reduction in fees.

Importantly, the state government had asked private school administrators for a 25 per cent fee reduction. The school administrators then rejected the proposal. Parents are accusing school administrators of being arbitrary.


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An important decision has been taken in the interest of the guardians in the Gujarat Cabinet meeting. Then Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama has made a big statement. The Education Minister said in his statement that schools will not be opened in Gujarat at present so that the
students of Std. 9 to 12 in the state will not be able to go to school. But the center’s guideline is optional.

With the Corona virus infection increasing day by day, parents were confused as to whether or not to send students to school. The Education Department of the Government of Gujarat has taken an important decision.
The government is considering starting primary and secondary schools in Gujarat only after Diwali. In Corona’s situation, the government said the education department would consider starting schools based on Corona’s situation in the state after Diwali.
The schools were allowed to open from September 21 subject to conditions as per the central government’s Corona guideline and the new guideline of Unlock.
In which the students of standard 9-12 can be called by the teachers in the school for discussion. Schools will also be able to call in 50 per cent staff for online education. But today’s cabinet meeting has decided not to open schools in the state.
The Central Government has suggested that students of Std. 9 to 12 can go to the school for guidance with the permission of their parents. In this regard, the Cabinet has decided that, taking into account the situation in Gujarat, it has been decided that the Government of Gujarat will not implement schooling from the 21st. The decision to send children to school will be made only when the crisis subsides in the future. The Central Government had suggested that the students of Std. 9 to 12 should go to school with the permission of their parents, which will not be implemented in Gujarat.

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