Parents’ body knocks Telangana high court door on school fee | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: The high court has issued notices to education authorities of the state and central governments, CBSE, and management associations of private schools asking them to explain their stand on a PIL that charged them with inaction in respect of regulating school fee.
A bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice A Rajasheker Reddy was hearing a PIL filed by Hyderabad School Parents Association (HSPA) that alleged that these private unaided institutions were fleecing students with huge fee.
The association had in the past challenged the method of private schools collecting fee contrary to the state guidelines during Covid-19.
The association has urged the court to bring in a regulatory mechanism. It also sought a direction to the state to place in public domain the Professor Thirupathi Rao committee recommendations. The bench sought counters from the authorities and adjourned the case to November 17.

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