To Stop collecting admission fees in Private schools
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In Bangalore all private schools and even Missionary schools collecting high admission fees from Parents which ranges from min 20K to 1 Lakh ruppess based on school and class. Request you all to sign a petition as an appeal to government to have tap on this collection of admission fees in all private schools in Bangalore. I have tried to join my kid for Kindergarten and was astonished on the admission fees where schools are demanding min 30K to 70K only for admission. I don't understand why this fees is being collected and this fees is being increased every academic year. This is being collected at single shot to block the seat. I request all parents to stop paying admission fees which is looting parents and there is no any criteria for this. I request everyone to change this policy by making an appeal to government to stop collecting admission fees in private schools/Missionary schools.
Though in SEP 2015 there was an appeal for uniform fee structure for pvt. schools, awaiting GOVT approval as many schools apposed saying that it is difficult for schools to provide additional sports and extra-curricular facilities. There is high burden been levied on parents who uses school transport as well. I appeal government to impose rules based on KMS slab so that we have reasonable charges for using school transport. we see so many autos, Omini vans and other private vehicles carrying school children with more than seating capacity as parents who can't afford school transport are forced to depend on this kind of transport which is unsafe/inconvenient for kids to commute to school.
I hope GOVT will take this appeal and impose a bill that no school should collect any kind of admission fees and have reaonable charges on school transport.
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