Consult parents before fee hike: Govt to Pvt Schools
GK NEWS NETWORK
Samba, Apr 7: The government today asked the management committees of private schools to frame parents association and consult them before any fee hike.
Speaking at a one-day Zonal Education Officers conference here, the Education Minister, Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed said the Government had made it mandatory upon these institutions to hike the fee at the start of academic session and that too if the association and concerned officers found it necessary. He said the officers had been empowered to de-recognize the institutions indulging in unprecedented fee hike.
He warned that teachers and lecturers failing to register desirable results in their respective subjects would be retired prematurely adding that even CEOs and ZEOs would be held responsible for poor results.
Peerzada asked the officials to conduct inspections of institutions adding that there should be no compromise on the quality education. He asked the Secretary Education to monitor the tour diaries of officers and stressed for stern action against the defaulters.
He said the coalition’s goal was to provide quality education to the future generation, as it was pivotal for achieving hundred percent literacy rate in the state.
He frequent monitoring of education institutions valley had shown good results in 10th and 12th examinations and added that this practice would continue.
For ensuring quality Education, he said directions had been passed to withheld the increments of teaches/lecturers whose result are not up to the mark.
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