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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Private Schools - Administrators will only waive 25 per cent fee, the decision taken in the cabinet meeting will apply to all boards

Private Schools - Administrators will only waive 25 per cent fee, the decision taken in the cabinet meeting will apply to all boards including.

There is news of relief for parents today. The state cabinet meeting has decided to waive only 25 per cent fee in private schools in the state. Gujarat school administrators are ready for only 25 per cent fee waiver and no fee for other activities. 

This decision will apply to all boards, including Gujarat, i.e. CBSE. The decision came just 24 hours after the by-polls for eight assembly seats were declared yesterday, amid a controversy over fee waivers for the past three months. However, regarding this decision, the school governing body said that only if the parents pay the fee by October 31, 20% waiver will be given and the parents who pay the fee late will not get this benefit.
Divyabhaskar for parents today  News of relief has arrived.  The state cabinet meeting has decided to waive only 25 per cent fee in private schools in the state.  Gujarat school administrators are ready for 25% fee waiver and no fee for other activities. This decision will apply to all boards, including Gujarat, i.e. CBSE.

Ahmedabad The controversy over school fee waiver has been going on for the 
last three months.  A meeting was held on September 24 between the private school administrators and the CM on the matter.  The school administrators agreed to waive 25 per cent of the fees.  The principals of most of the schools affiliated to the Gujarat Board agreed with the Chief Minister's decision.  However, no decision has been taken on whether to grant this fee waiver till the schools are closed or to continue even after the schools are reopened.  The High Court had directed the government to take an independent decision to reduce the school fees. Earlier, a hearing was held in the Gujarat High Court in the matter of fees.  During the hearing, the High Court said that the state government should decide on the fees, the government has the power.  The school administrators were not ready to waive the fees or bow down. In three to four meetings held by the government with the administrators, the school principals were not ready to bow down at all.  Such a representation in the Government's application to the High Court 2 Aisnic

The controversy over school fee waivers has been raging for the past three months. A meeting was held on September 24 between the private school administrators and the CM on the matter. The school administrators agreed to waive 25 per cent of the fees. The principals of most of the schools affiliated to the Gujarat Board agreed with the Chief Minister`s decision. However, no decision has been taken on whether to grant this fee waiver till the schools are closed or to continue even after the schools are reopened.

The Board of School Governors has also issued a statement regarding this decision. Manan Choksi, president of the Association of Progressive Schools (AOPS), said the government had proposed a 20 per cent reduction in school fees. In addition, we also introduced that only parents who pay two-quarter fees from April to September, 2020, i.e. by October 31, 2020, will get the benefit of 20 per cent fee waiver and those parents who pay late fees will not get the benefit of this facility. Today the state government has announced a 25 per cent fee waiver instead of our 20 per cent fee waiver. We are waiting for the GR of the government to know the details of the terms and conditions under which this fee waiver will be granted. If our submission is included in the GR, we will implement it.

The High Court had directed the government to take an independent decision to reduce school fees. During the hearing, the High Court said that the state government has the power to decide on the fees. The High Court, while disposing of the petition, asked the government to take a fair decision in its own way and issue a circular on the fees.


The school administrators were not ready to waive the fees or bow down. In three to four meetings held by the government with the administrators, the school principals were not ready to bow down at all.  The government, in its application to the High Court, submitted that a meeting has been held with the administrators in the fee case to find a middle ground.  The government had offered to waive 25 per cent of the students ’fees, which the administrators refused.

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