Charge Fees as Per FRC & Readmit the Expelled Children-Supreme Court

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In a major relief to hundreds of parents of Gujarat & indirectly to crores of parents of India fighting against commercialization of education & illegal fee hike by the private schools, the Supreme Court has directed the private schools of Gujarat to charge the fees as fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee (FRC) & also to revoke the Leaving Certificates issued to the children over non payment of hiked fee which parents alleged are in violation of the Fee Regulation Committee formed under the The Gujarat Self Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017.

Earlier the Supreme Court had directed around 1800 schools of Gujarat to submit the proposals to the Fee Regulation Committee (FRC) formed under The Gujarat Self Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017 & had further confirmed the right of the state government to take appropriate action for non submission of the proposals by the schools to the Fee Regulatory Committee (FRC) of Gujarat.

The copy of the order of the Supreme Court above mentioned can be downloaded from the following link-
Special Leave to Appeal 314/2018- Charge Fees as Per FRC & Readmit the Expelled Children-Supreme Court.Pdf

Whereas the important part of the interim order of the Supreme Court order is as follows-
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The salient features of the interim order of the Supreme Court above mentioned are as follows-
1) The schools cannot charge the fees in violation of the fees fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee (FRC) formed under the The Gujarat Self Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017.
2) The Global Indian International School will have to readmit the expelled children over fee issue row meaning thereby other schools of the State of Gujarat who have expelled the children over the same issue will have to readmit the children.
3) The schools shall not demand any fees in excess of the fees fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee (FRC) till the next hearing likely to be held in August 2019.

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