Delhi Private School Asks EWS Students To Clear Dues: A top private school in Delhi has asked at least 14 students to clear past dues. Along with this, they (Delhi Private School EWS students) have also been instructed that if they do not pay the last book i.e. about 67,000 rupees, then they can take the school leaving certificate. Otherwise, if they want to continue their studies, then this amount will have to be given. In this regard, Delhi Government officials say that they are investigating the matter.
What is the rule
As per the provisions of the Right to Education Act 2009, all the private schools in Delhi have to be opened for students belonging to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Deprived Group (DG) during admission at the entry level. A rule has been made to reserve 25 percent seats and provide them free education compulsorily. Under this, private schools give admission to these students.
What is the matter
This private school in Delhi has been issued a notice by Ashok Agarwal, President of the All India Parents Association (AIPA). Regarding this, he told that, the students were admitted under EWS and DG category and they have appeared in class 10 CBSE examination in the academic year 2021-22 and are waiting for their results. These students were admitted in nursery class and since they are studying under free category of EWS and DG. These students have now been asked to pay arrears of Rs 67,835 for the first term of class 11, either to continue further education or drop out.
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