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Uttarakhand / Vikas Nagar : Expressed displeasure over not getting RTE fee

In a meeting of CBSE Sahodaya School Complex held at a private educational institution located on Rajawala Road, displeasure was expressed over non-receipt of fees for students taking admission under RTE. The operators of private educational institutions said that the government should abolish the rule of admission in private educational institutions under RTE and get admission in government schools only. Along with this, brainstorming was held in the meeting to keep the students connected with the mainstream of education during the COVID period.

President of Sahodaya, Somdutt Tyagi said that in the present environment, it should be the priority of every educational institution to compensate for the loss being caused to the education of the students. For this, a plan will have to be prepared according to the convenience of your institution. He said that now the unlocking process has started and the situation is also getting somewhat stable. Therefore, a demand will be made from the government to conduct classes for board examinees in schools. Expressing displeasure over non-payment of full payment under RTE, he said that private educational institutions are being exploited by this. Therefore, the government should admit all such students in government schools only. This will also increase the number of students in government schools. In the meeting, it was also discussed to organize academic and non-teaching activities for the students through all virtual medium. During this, BS Rana, Pawan Dogra, Ravikant Sapra, Ashish, Rajpal, Sanjay Garg, Navneet Bijalvan, Anish Mathur, Praveen Goyal, Om Prakash Bhatt, Rajan, Ashok Kumar, Sunita Rawat, Annu Gupta, Bharti Upadhyay, Rosetta were present.