Gurgaon, May 1 (PTI) Haryana PWD minister Rao Narbir Singh today asked the Sub-Divisional Magistrate Bharat Bhushan Gogia to hold a meeting between parents of the students and School Management of DPSG over fee hike.
After hearing the grievances of the both sides, Gogia directed the school management not to take action against the students who are not able to deposit the fees.
He also directed the management of Delhi Public School Ghaziabad (DPSG) not to charge late fee until the matter was resolved.
“The school management has almost 60 to 70 per cent hiked in fees which forced us to protest against the school demanding roll back. The management is hiking the fee this session. Earlier, the students who had paid up to Rs 8,000 tuition fee for three months are now being forced to pay Rs 16,000,” alleged Maya Goel, a mother of 6th class student.
Gogia asked the school management including its Academic Director, N M Bhatia and Principal, Deepika Sharma to empathise with the problems being faced by the parents and students.
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