Parents to strike against expulsion, fee hike

ST CORRESPONDENT 
Sunday, 26 May 2019

She also said that other schools like Euro school, Rustomjee School in Mumbai did not take their children back

Pune: Parents across the state of Maharashtra have decided to go on an indefinite protest starting May 26, if the students expelled by the schools like Amanora School, Rustomjee School among others do not reinstate them, address the issues of excess fees and the amendment made to the Fee Regulation Act.

“The issues are usual. Despite the court’s orders to do so, the children have not yet been reinstated at many schools, the latest example for this being the Amanora School in Pune,” Adv. Anubha Sahai of India Wide Parents Association said.

She also said that other schools like Euro school, Rustomjee School in Mumbai did not take their children back.

“Despite our regular demands for the same, the amendment in the Maharashtra Educational Institutions (Regulation of Fee) Act, 2011 is not up to the mark. The suggestions by the parents are not taken seriously, and the schools do not follow the provision of the act. We have decided to raise our voice against all of this,” Sahai said.

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