The government of Gujarat asked all private schools to make a 25 per cent cut in annual school fees due to COVID19 Pandemic.
Gujarat Government Circular on Fee Relief: ‘Private schools will charge only tuition fees, fees will not be increased in the year 20-21, parents will be able to pay fees conveniently, no penalty if there is any delay’
Private schools will not be able to charge fees for any extracurricular activities or alternative activities
All schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2019-20 The state government’s education department has issued one more circular on fees. That said, it will not be possible to increase fees in schools during the year 2020-21. While private schools will only be able to charge tuition fees. No extracurricular activities or alternative activities will be charged. In addition, all schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2019-20.
Earlier, the education minister had said that schools would not be able to charge fees for transport, library, computer and sports activities. The education minister has requested the parents to pay the fees by October 31.
Apart from this, private schools will also have to provide 25 per cent relief in tuition fees. Apart from this, the state government has taken a decision in the interest of the parents due to the economic crisis caused by the Koro epidemic. The government has told schools that parents will be able to pay fees at their convenience. It will not be able to take penalty if it is delayed.