Edu dept to crack down on commerical acts of Pvt schools
With the start of a new educational session, there was a great deal of suffering whose parents had faced. With commercial and commercial activities of many private English medium schools. Little by little, as the complaints about inflated costs and the sale of books and uniforms to school facilities are accumulated in the office of the department of education, a public debate was organized to illuminate the series common activities in these schools. The open debate under Mitra Abhiyaan Chief Ministers, meeting officials from many organizations, directors of some private schools, highlighted anomalies in these schools.
The question of the recognition of many schools was also highlighted and to review whether unrecognized schools, were called lists of schools Council of State and CBSE. Those who work without recognition would be taken into account. CBSE schools seeking recognition of classes 1 to 8 will also be considered.
The Department of Education has decided to take severe measures against schools to inform parents and get rid of undue funds.
During the meeting, the Deputy Director of Education and Anil Pardhi Volunteer Education GN Ganar reported that they also formed a committee to carry out astonishing checks on the availability of water, cleanliness and nutritious foods in force schools.
In addition, parents are faced with rising exorbitant fees by schools can complain about the issue of the expenses of the Regulatory Committee Divisions, Pune. This shows that sexual or mental harassment of children can be reported to the Department of Child Protection.
MP Prakash Gajbhiye, who was also present at the meeting, demanded that a centralized admission process be in place as soon as possible in order to control admission procedures in private schools. A district committee must be formed to oversee these activities, he added.
Participants at the meeting were Nagrare, MP Chandrabhan Kolte Mitra, Nilesh Nagolkar, Dr. Ashish Atloye, Chairperson of the Regional Consumer Justice Committee, Amit Heda, Mushtaq Pathan Child Protection Area Agent and the Chairman of the TEN Action Committee, Shahid Shareef.