Private Schools to Follow Court Orders for Increment in Tuition Fee

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Private schools have been increasing fee with no formula every year. A court order by SHC was given to the provincial education department to ensure enforcement of Sub-rule 7 m(3) of the Rules 2002 that bound the private institutions not to raise their fee more than 5pc within an academic year and further requiring them to revise fee structure with prior approval of the government however the schools are not following the court orders and increasing the fee from 10% to 20% and somewhere more making it very difficult for the parents to continue the education of their children. The schools have also hijacked the sales of syllabus including stationary and books and charging very high v/s what used to be bought through book stores. It is therefore requested to the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take serious action against contempt of court and regulate this industry by making a policy and firm the formula for fee increase every year. 



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