Bhopal. Tuition fees will not be increased this year in schools in Madhya Pradesh (MP). Also, schools will not be able to collect other fees. In the meeting of the Crisis Management Committee held in Bhopal today, CM Shivraj Singh has given these strict instructions to the officers. However, such an order is yet to come from the School Education Department.
Schools are currently closed in Madhya Pradesh due to the fear of third wave of Corona. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given strict instructions not to increase school fees. He said that the tuition fee will not be increased yet. Apart from tuition fees, fees will not be charged from parents on other items.
Tuition fees will not be increased this year
In the meeting of the District Crisis Management Committee, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that tuition fees will not be increased this year. I have strict instructions not to increase tuition fees. All the district collectors across the state have been asked to keep an eye on the schools. With this, schools will no longer be able to charge parents for any other item other than tuition fees.
In Madhya Pradesh, even after the closure of schools during the Corona crisis, there was arbitrariness in the collection of fees in private schools. In such a situation, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has given strict instructions to check the arbitrariness of schools.