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Old 29-01-2009
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Fee hike in Delhi private schools approves Govt

New Delhi: The Delhi Government on Wednesday gave its nod to a slab-wise fee increase in recognized unaided private schools of the capital.

The schools have been placed in five categories based on their present monthly tuition fees.

Schools charging tuition fees up to Rs.500, Rs.501-1,000, Rs.1,001-1,500, Rs.1501-2000 and above Rs.2,000 per month may introduce an increase of Rs.100, Rs.200, Rs.300, Rs.400 and Rs.500 in tuition fees respectively

A committee, headed by S.L. Bansal, was constituted to examine the financial implications of implementation of the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission for the recognized unaided private schools of Delhi.

A Committee headed by the Secretary of the Department of Education examined the recommendations made by the Bansal Committee.

The Committee has also suggested hike the tuition fees with effect from September 1, 2008.

An official statement from the Government of Delhi said, "The suggestions in respect of hike in tuition fee are not mandatory. The schools have to take their own decision in this regard though an upper limit of hike has been fixed. There shall not be any further increase in the tuition fees, beyond what has been cleared, till March 2010."

Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit said, "The decision has been taken after due consideration of the recommendations of the Bansal Committee. The cabinet has carefully considered all aspects and has decided to suggest an increase of monthly tuition fee in five slabs ranging from Rs.100-500 per month for 1,976 recognized unaided private schools in Delhi."

"Arrears would also be similarly categorized and deposited by parents in two installments - first installment by March 31, 2009, and second by September 30, 2009. The schools, however, are at liberty to prescribe later dates", Dikshit added.

"No student appearing for 10th and 12th standard board examinations in 2009 shall be harassed by any school on account of non- or delayed payment of any fees or arrears. Such students will not be denied an admit card or disallowed from appearing for the exams, or denied a school leaving certificate, or transfer certificate or any other document," she further said.
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Re: Fee hike in Delhi private schools approves Govt

so at last school wins under reason of slow economy well Delhi Government approved what they want so result is primary education is now more costly. well some relief is No student appearing for 10th and 12th standard board examinations in 2009 shall be harassed by any school even for delayed payment of any fees.
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Re: Fee hike in Delhi private schools approves Govt

Delhi Government have not done good work there is no need to hike fees latest they must keep away their politics from education..
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