UP government has declared the academic session 2022-23. Ban on increase in school fee for
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The Uttar Pradesh government has banned any hike in school fees for the upcoming academic session 2022-23. This decision has been taken in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic and related difficulties being faced by the earning member of the family. According to the instructions of the UP government, the schools of the state will charge the students according to the academic session of 2019-20. It comes into force with immediate effect for all boards and educational institutions.
This decision has been taken for the second time in a row. In view of the pandemic situation in 2021 last year, the same instructions were given to the schools. In this regard, instructions have been issued to all the schools of the state by Additional Chief Secretary Secondary Education Aradhana Shukla. The UP government and its officials have taken this decision to save the parents from the hassle of paying the increased fees in the event of an epidemic. A government official said that all schools in the state affiliated to CBSE, ICSE or UP Board will not be allowed to hike fees for the academic session 2022-23. Schools will be allowed to charge only those fees which were applicable in the year 2019-20.
On 7 January a letter was circulated to the Director of Education, Secretary, Secondary Education along with the Divisional Director of Education and District Inspectors of Schools. According to the letter, if any school is found to be violating the rule of restriction in fee hike, then strict action will be taken against it.
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