The private schools forcing parents to deposit admission and building fund are on the radar of Haryana Government which has now decided to issue an advisory to the schools.
“Some complaints have been received against private schools in different districts that shoes, socks and books are being sold at the time of admission besides charging the students admission and building fund.An advisory would be issued next week that no school would charge any fund in the name of admission and building fund,” Haryana Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma said.
Sharma said that it was in the knowledge of the state government that some schools were not affiliated and were indulging in activities which were aginst the law. He said that the state government will take stern action against the management of such schools.
Haryana to taught English in 119 schools
Haryana Education Minister said that the parents of school children can look up to their young ones beginning to learn English language in UKG and LKG Classes. As English will be taught in these classes in 119 schools across the state under a pilot project .