Yogi government allowed private schools to increase fees, but with this condition.
The government had earlier banned the fee hike in UP due to the problems being faced by the parents during the Corona period, but now it has allowed the fee hike as soon as the situation becomes normal.
The Uttar Pradesh government has allowed private schools to increase fees. However, in the order issued by the government, it has been said that the annual fee should not be increased by more than 5 percent. Significantly, earlier there was a ban on increasing the fees due to Corona.
Now in the letter issued by the state government, it has been said that the lockdown was announced due to the problems and difficulties caused by Kovid-19, due to which the parents of the students had to face difficulties in employment and schools. Having trouble paying fees.
Due to which for the first time instructions were given not to increase fees in educational institutions in public interest. But now that the corona epidemic is subsiding and the situation is returning to normal, the fees may increase. However, in the letter issued by the government, it has been said that the annual fee should not be increased by more than 5 percent.
At the same time, if any student, parent, teacher or union is not satisfied with the school fees, they can file a complaint before the District Fee Regulatory Committee under Section 8 of the Act, 2018.
District School Inspector and Divisional Joint Director have been instructed to increase the fees as per the order. The tax charge should not exceed the order.
It is to be known that in the academic session 2022-23, Additional Chief Secretary Secondary Education Aradhana Shukla had issued an order not to increase fees by private secondary schools, in which private schools were banned from increasing fees. The reason behind this was that the lockdown affected the employment of the parents of the children and they could not pay the fees. Along with this, the third wave was also effective in the month of January and education in schools remained closed.