Education Minister said preparations are underway to make laws
Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar (MP Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar) said in his statement that schools in Madhya Pradesh will have to be closed for the time being, because if anything happens to any child during the coronavirus infection, then its accountability will be ours. He said that continuous increase in fees of private schools will soon be made a law regarding the fees of private schools.
He said that preparations are underway to make laws and as per the guidelines of the High Court, now the fees have been banned from private schools. Private schools may only charge tuition fees. It is to be said that Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar has given a big statement saying that we cannot open schools right now and also gave a statement about school fees.
Studies are being conducted through Doordarshan
Madhya Pradesh Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar (MP Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar) said that during the transition period of Coronavirus, schools are studying online. In such a situation, poor students who do not have a laptop or mobile facilities, or in areas where there is no internet, are being studied on television through Doordarshan.
He also said that according to the new guidelines issued by the central government, schools have been instructed to remain closed till September 30. Talking to the media, Inder Singh Parmar said that we will follow the guidelines issued by the central government because we are accountable. 4
High court approves tuition fees only during corona period
Let us tell you that during the period of Coronavirus infection, where lockdown was declared in the whole country, schools started the facility of online classes for the education of children. But during the infection of Coronavirus, fees of private schools were constantly increasing. In such a situation, the Jabalpur High Court gave a big order regarding the fee increase, saying that private schools can only charge tuition fees during the Coronavirus transition period. Highcourt has placed the next hearing date in this entire case on September 10. Explain that the High Court has ordered that private schools cannot charge any other charges besides tuition fees.