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'Schools must return excess fee or face action' - The Indian Express;

'Schools must return excess fee or face action' - The Indian Express

The Indian Express'Schools must return excess fee or face action'The Indian ExpressThe schools had hiked the fee despite having adequate funds, and were subsequently asked by the court committee to return the money to parents. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by Manish Raj | New Delhi | Published:June 1 ...and more »

Takeover threat to refund-shy Delhi schools - Calcutta Telegraph

Takeover threat to refund-shy Delhi schoolsCalcutta TelegraphNew Delhi, May 31: The Arvind Kejriwal government today informed Delhi High Court that 438 out of 531 private unaided schools in the national capital were refusing to refund excess fees of around Rs 350 crore they had collected from parents.and more »

Erring private schools may be derecognised: govt to HC - The Hindu;

Erring private schools may be derecognised: govt to HC - The Hindu

The HinduErring private schools may be derecognised: govt to HCThe HinduPrivate schools in Delhi that do not refund the excess fees charged by them on the pretext of implementing the 6th Pay Commission will face derecognition or takeover, the AAP government told the Delhi High Court on Wednesday. The submission was made ...and more »

'Schools to face action for failing to refund excess fees' - Times of India

'Schools to face action for failing to refund excess fees'Times of IndiaNew Delhi: Private schools in the national capital, which do not refund the excess fees charged by them on the pretext of implementing the 6th Pay Commission, will face de-recognition or takeover, the AAP government informed the Delhi high court on ...and more »