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Ludhiana- DPS among other schools served notice for demanding school fees in Lockdown

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Ludhiana- DPS among other schools served notice for demanding school fees in Lockdown

The Department of Education has started taking strict action against schools who are going against the directions of Punjab Government and asking for school fees from parents during the period of lockdown. Despite repeated instructions, there have been many reports that the schools are asking for fees from the parents after the results and strict action is been taken against them.

According to the Education minister Vijay Inder Singla, Delhi Public School (DPS) was given a show-cause notice on Sunday for violating government orders and it has been given 7 days period to file their reply for the violation. If they fail to give a satisfactory reply, their affiliation will be cancelled or No-Objection Certificate (NOC).

The school’s principal was not available to provide any comments on the situation. Other schools which were also served notices were La Foundation School in Sangrur; DAV Public School, Bhupindra Road, Patiala; Bhupindra International School, Patiala; and Mount Litera Zee School at Faridkot.

The Education Minister also cautioned other schools not to defy the order of Punjab Government otherwise the premise of the school will be sealed without seeking for the reply. He said that parents from all over the state could directly lodge such type of complaints on his email; [email protected]

The Education Department issued an order on 23rd March in which all the private schools of the state were asked to reschedule the admission process of the year 2020-2021. According to the order, the schools will provide a window of 30 days after the situation in the country gets normal.

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