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Private School Fee Relief Official letter

Private schools will not be able to charge for any extracurricular activities or alternative activities.

All schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2020-21

Private School Fee Relief Official letter

The state education department had issued a circular giving 25 per cent fee relief to self-governing schools. In this circular of the government, the condition of the administrators was cut off. Earlier, the administrators of private schools had stipulated a 25 per cent rebate for parents who pay their fees by October 31. But the government circular clarified that after deducting 75 per cent in tuition fees, parents will be able to pay the fees for the academic year 2020-21 in monthly installments or at any time during the year. However, if a parent who is in poor financial condition wants to pay a hefty fee, he will have to make a representation to the school stating the reason, but the school will not be able to charge the late fee and will not be able to take any punitive action. Parents will be able to pay monthly or lump sum fees at their convenience.

Click here for full details of this resolution

The state government's education department has issued one more circular on fees. It said it would not be able to increase fees in schools during the year 2020-21. While private schools will only be able to charge tuition fees. No extracurricular activities or alternative activities will be charged. In addition, all schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2019-20. Apart from this, private schools will also have to provide 25 per cent relief in tuition fees. Apart from this, the state government has taken a decision in the interest of the parents due to the economic crisis caused by the Koro epidemic. The government has told schools that parents will be able to pay fees at their convenience. It will not be able to take penalty if it is delayed.

Earlier, the deadline for payment of fees was October 31

Earlier, the education minister had said that schools would not be able to charge fees for transport, library, computer and sports activities. The education minister has requested the parents to pay the fees by October 31. The education minister said private schools would not be able to take a decision not to pay teachers against fee relief. In addition, teachers will not be able to adopt the method of non-payment of salaries.

Fees may increase next year

Manan Choksi, president of the Association of Progressive Schools, said that while schools have lost 5% of the annual increment, there is now a 25% fee waiver. This will result in 30% loss to schools. In addition, a 5% increase in fees for the year 2020-21 will be as per the government rule. Fees could rise by 35% next year.

The circular will apply to all schools affiliated with the Board of Education

Of the tuition fees fixed by the Fees Committee for the year 2020-21, 25 per cent fee will be waived and 75 per cent fee will have to be recovered from the parents. Parents who are unable to pay fees due to any reason or financial situation can pay fees at any time during the year. No additional fee will be charged from such guardian. Schools will not be able to charge fees for any alternative activity or facility other than tuition fees. Notably, this circular will be applicable to all schools affiliated with the Board of Education. Also, no fee can be increased in the current year. This resolution will also apply to Gujarat Board, CBSC and International Board schools.

Fees cannot be increased this year, the guardian will have to listen if the financial situation is not good

In 2020-21 (current year) schools will not be able to increase fees.

The school will not be able to charge any extra fees during the current academic year, including optional activities or facilities. If a guardian has reimbursed such fee, he / she will have to reimburse the additional amount against the fee to be paid in the near future.

Self-governing schools will be able to charge only tuition fees during the current academic year.

Only 75% of the tuition fee fixed by FRC for the year 2019-20 can be taken from the guardian.

The guardian will be able to pay the fee at his convenience. If a parent has paid 100% tuition fee in advance, he / she will have to reimburse the additional amount against the fee to be charged in the near future.

Click Here To Read News Report Divyabhaskar

Parents who are not in good financial condition will have to make representations to the school. The school will have to make a positive decision by listening to them.

Earlier, the deadline for payment of fees was October 31

Earlier, the education minister had said that schools would not be able to charge fees for transport, library, computer and sports activities. The education minister has requested the parents to pay the fees by October 31. The education minister said private schools would not be able to take a decision not to pay teachers against fee relief. In addition, teachers will not be able to adopt the method of non-payment of salaries.

Fees may increase next year

Manan Choksi, president of the Association of Progressive Schools, said that while schools have lost 5% of the annual increment, there is now a 25% fee waiver. This will result in 30% loss to schools. In addition, a 5% increase in fees for the year 2020-21 will be as per the government rule. Fees could rise by 35% next year.

The government will help with the remaining 25 per cent fee

Naresh Shah, president of All Gujarat Guardianship, said the Rs 1,500 crore allocated by the government for education has fallen into disuse. We still have a demand of 50% fee even today. Now the schools will waive 25 per cent fee, the government will announce a relief package for the remaining 25 per cent.

Private schools will not be able to charge for any extracurricular activities or alternative activities.

All schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2020-21


The state education department had issued a circular giving 25 per cent fee relief to self-governing schools. In this circular of the government, the condition of the administrators was cut off. Earlier, the administrators of private schools had stipulated a 25 per cent rebate for parents who pay their fees by October 31. But the government circular clarified that after deducting 75 per cent in tuition fees, parents will be able to pay the fees for the academic year 2020-21 in monthly installments or at any time during the year. However, if a parent who is in poor financial condition wants to pay a hefty fee, he will have to make a representation to the school stating the reason, but the school will not be able to charge the late fee and will not be able to take any punitive action. Parents will be able to pay monthly or lump sum fees at their convenience.

Click here for full details of this resolution

The state government's education department has issued one more circular on fees. It said it would not be able to increase fees in schools during the year 2020-21. While private schools will only be able to charge tuition fees. No extracurricular activities or alternative activities will be charged. In addition, all schools in the state will have to provide 25 per cent relief in fees for the year 2019-20. Apart from this, private schools will also have to provide 25 per cent relief in tuition fees. Apart from this, the state government has taken a decision in the interest of the parents due to the economic crisis caused by the Koro epidemic. The government has told schools that parents will be able to pay fees at their convenience. It will not be able to take penalty if it is delayed.

Earlier, the deadline for payment of fees was October 31

Earlier, the education minister had said that schools would not be able to charge fees for transport, library, computer and sports activities. The education minister has requested the parents to pay the fees by October 31. The education minister said private schools would not be able to take a decision not to pay teachers against fee relief. In addition, teachers will not be able to adopt the method of non-payment of salaries.

Fees may increase next year

Manan Choksi, president of the Association of Progressive Schools, said that while schools have lost 5% of the annual increment, there is now a 25% fee waiver. This will result in 30% loss to schools. In addition, a 5% increase in fees for the year 2020-21 will be as per the government rule. Fees could rise by 35% next year.

The circular will apply to all schools affiliated with the Board of Education

Of the tuition fees fixed by the Fees Committee for the year 2020-21, 25 per cent fee will be waived and 75 per cent fee will have to be recovered from the parents. Parents who are unable to pay fees due to any reason or financial situation can pay fees at any time during the year. No additional fee will be charged from such guardian. Schools will not be able to charge fees for any alternative activity or facility other than tuition fees. Notably, this circular will be applicable to all schools affiliated with the Board of Education. Also, no fee can be increased in the current year. This resolution will also apply to Gujarat Board, CBSC and International Board schools.

Fees cannot be increased this year, the guardian will have to listen if the financial situation is not good

In 2020-21 (current year) schools will not be able to increase fees.

The school will not be able to charge any extra fees during the current academic year, including optional activities or facilities. If a guardian has reimbursed such fee, he / she will have to reimburse the additional amount against the fee to be paid in the near future.

Self-governing schools will be able to charge only tuition fees during the current academic year.

Only 75% of the tuition fee fixed by FRC for the year 2019-20 can be taken from the guardian.

The guardian will be able to pay the fee at his convenience. If a parent has paid 100% tuition fee in advance, he / she will have to reimburse the additional amount against the fee to be charged in the near future.

Click Here To Read News Report Divyabhaskar

Parents who are not in good financial condition will have to make representations to the school. The school will have to make a positive decision by listening to them.

Earlier, the deadline for payment of fees was October 31

Earlier, the education minister had said that schools would not be able to charge fees for transport, library, computer and sports activities. The education minister has requested the parents to pay the fees by October 31. The education minister said private schools would not be able to take a decision not to pay teachers against fee relief. In addition, teachers will not be able to adopt the method of non-payment of salaries.

Fees may increase next year

Manan Choksi, president of the Association of Progressive Schools, said that while schools have lost 5% of the annual increment, there is now a 25% fee waiver. This will result in 30% loss to schools. In addition, a 5% increase in fees for the year 2020-21 will be as per the government rule. Fees could rise by 35% next year.

The government will help with the remaining 25 per cent fee

Naresh Shah, president of All Gujarat Guardianship, said the Rs 1,500 crore allocated by the government for education has fallen into disuse. We still have a demand of 50% fee even today. Now the schools will waive 25 per cent fee, the government will announce a relief package for the remaining 25 per cent.

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