The Supreme Court has authorized schools in Rajasthan to charge 100% of tuition fees for the last school years. The bench of two Judges AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari regulates that the administration can collect the fees for the 2019-2020 and 2020-21 school years in six monthly installments beginning March 5, 2021. However, they have been asked to schools that show compassion for defaults. .
In addition, the ordinance clarifies that the administration will not exclude a student from taking online or physical classes for non-payment of fees, late / unpaid fees, including above fees, and the results of a student’s review for this reason. “
If parents are having difficulty paying school fees, they can also contact the schools. Schools were asked to evaluate applications on a case-by-case basis. Schools can also be parent-friendly.
The agreement has no impact on the billing of fees for the next academic period 2021-2022, once it is due and paid. The instructions also depend on the outcome of the case, which is still partially heard.
In planning the case for February 15, the bank said: “We also ask the state of Rajasthan to ensure that all unpaid state fees for unit costs payable to unsupported schools are within one month of today’s payment and in one case before March 31, 2021. “
This order comes after the Apex Court suspended the December 2020 order of the Rajasthan High Court confirming the state government’s order to charge students 60% of the fees for the Rajasthan High School Board and 70% to be requested by the Central Council of Secondary Schools.