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Parents from Uttarakhand Gives Written Suggestion for the Education Bill

Written recommendations are given by All Uttarakhand Parents Association (AUPA) to the education department for the proposed education bill. The parents association has demanded that the written suggestions are to be considered for the proposed educational bill on “private educational institutes’ admission, Complaint Redressal and fee regulation Act 2016” which will be passed in the cabinet. 

The department of education has to act as a regulatory body for private educational set ups in the state as insisted by the parents association. The parents association has decided to take a serious action in case if the regulatory body fails to pass the bill by the month of October then all the parent members of the union from every branch across the state will protest against the state government.

The association has submitted around 20 demands in written form and need a member for representing the parent member in the regulatory body of private schools which will be soon set up as per the proposed bill.     The president of AUPA says “The domination of the few private schools is spoiling the name of the rest schools in the state. Many renowned schools are there in the capital city has in the country and act to be an educational hub. It is a high time that action must be taken as it was taken for controlling the fees structure of the private school”.

Few demands that are claimed by the association of the parents for private schools are ·  

  • Recruitment of the proper qualified and trained teachers ·
  • Formation of Parents-Teacher Association as per RTE norms.
  • Changing of textbooks the from the concerned school will not be allowed, only prescribed books are to be followed ·
  • Fee structure can’t be changed every year and limit the donation at the time of admission·
  • Developing a Complaint Redressal body for resolving the matters from school and parents side·
  • Presentation of the balance sheet for audit in every year 

    There are few  other demands that are yet to be addressed as per the regulation act of private educational institutes.
  • Screening out the schools operating in damaged building or within high tension wires ·
  • Setting up a science lab, library or computer lab is mandatory with the facility of clean drinking water or first aid. 
During an interview with the members of the Shiksha Swaraj Abhiyan, Harish Rawat (Chief Minister) have assured that the hegemony of the private schools will be  cleared as early as possible and the improvement of facilities are dedicatedly undertaken for government run schools.

Posted on 22 Jul , 2016 by QBreaker


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