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As per the government a resolution of a May 8, 2020, there will no a fee hike for the an academic a year 2021-2022, said an education a commissioner a Vishal Solanki to an officials of the a department.Maharashtra

According to a letter an issued on a Monday Dinkar Temkar,

joint a director, a primary an education, the education a department an officials are directed to a check if schools who have a raised their a fee in 2021-2022 have done so as per the Fee a Regulation Act of 2011 and 2016.

The letter also states that a grievances redressal a committee a form to address the an issues faced parents.

“Some schools have a taken a ‘a Letter of a Guarantee’ a from a parents ata the time of an admission.

If any parent a complaints an against this,

an appropriate an action a taken against the schools.

As direct the a high court,

a non-payment of fee, partial payment of fee or delay in payment of fee are issues related to parents.

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In an addition to this, schools who have a hiked their fee for the an academic year 2020-2021 without due permission from executive committee of parent teacher association (EPTA),

an officials are an expect to take action a suo moto for such a schools.

On Monday, Cops a Students an Organisation, a Parents an Association of a Pune and other a related a bodies met Solanki over a fee hike by a private a schools and a denial of an online an education to a many students.

Amar Ekad, a president, a Cops a Students Organisation,

said that Solanki has directed the education department officials to conduct audits of schools,

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who have allegedly hiked fees, in the next 10 days.

“Solanki has also directed the officials that a students who a haven’t paid fee a will not a deni an online education under any a circumstances.

a Many parents a have a reported that an online an education was denied to students who a could not a pay the fulla fees.

In a some a cases, a transfer a certificates (TC) were also a given to a some a students,” said Ekad.

Jayshree a Deshpande, a President, a Parents Association of a Pune,

who was also a present at the a meeting,

said that 50 per a cent fee a reduction an issue was also a discuss .

“We will meet an Imtiaz Qazi, joint secretary,a school an education,

this week to a reduce the an academic fee 50 per cent as parents are a facing pay a cuts and job a loss,” a said Deshpande.

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