Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005.

Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005.

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Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005-Taking the strong note of the detriment suffered by the Right to Information Applicant, The State Information Commission of Haryana has directed the Public Information Officer of the Haryana Education Department to Pay Rs.4000/- as a compensation under Section 19(8) (b) of the Right to Information Act, 2005.

The Education Activist Mr.Narender Munjal, resident of Faridabad had filed the application under the RTI Act 2005 on 26.05.2017 seeking the information regarding temporary recognition of some particular schools and correspondence in this regard with the Haryana Board of School Education between 2001 to 2016. However suffering the traditional ignorance of the education department to provide the information, Mr.Narender Gunjal filed the second appeal before the State Information Commissioner, Haryana.

Explaining this issue further Mr.Narender Munjal Said ‘Pursuant to filing of my second appeal, the SIC during the hearing passed the order on 11.10.2018 allowing me the inspection of the document. However when i went the office of the Public Information Officer located at Bhivani for the actual inspection, i was shockingly informed that the documents are not available for the inspection. Accordingly i filed the complaint before the SIC again which took the immediate cognizance and directed the compensation of Rs.4000/- to me’.

‘In this matter one respondent public information officer has thus been punished, yet i will be filing the  additional complaint against the another public information officer who is second respondent party in this matter.’ added Mr.Munjal.

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Legal Provision- Section 19(8)(b) of The Right To Information Act, 2005 read as follows-‘(b) require the public authority to compensate the complainant for any loss or other detriment suffered’.

The order of the State Information Commission Haryana is as follows-
Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005.
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Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005
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This order has yet again proved the fact that though facing some delay if people keep persistency till the end, they may get justice against the corrupt and inefficient system in due course of time.

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Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court

Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court-The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court has ordered the state government to implement the government resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 which prohibits the compulsion by the school management to purchase stationeries from specific shops. The court has directed the Dy.Director of Education to implement the government resolution and to see that ‘such instance does not prevail’. The petition was filed by Mr.Sandeep Agrawal on 27.06.2018 through Adv.Radhika Raskar.

The organization has decided to publish this article along with the copy of the court order & also with the government resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 so that the common people who are unable to find these things easily, can download it and use as the reference before the authorities, courts & commissions.

The order of the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court is as follows-

Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Purchase of Stationeries from Specific Shops by Schools-Bombay High Court.
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Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Purchase of Stationeries from Specific Shops by Schools-Bombay High Court.
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The Government Resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 (Marathi) is as follows- (We are thankful to Smt.Prajakta Pethkar (President, Prajakta Pethkar Education Trust) who has provided copy of this government resolution & has been continuously raising this issue in Pune region).

Maharashtra Government's Resolution (Marathi) Dtd.11.06.2004 banning Compulsory purchase of Stationeries from Specific Shops by Schools.
Maharashtra Government’s Resolution (Marathi) Dtd.11.06.2004 banning Compulsory purchase of Stationeries from Specific Shops by Schools-Page 1
Maharashtra Government's Resolution (Marathi) Dtd.11.06.2004 banning Compulsory purchase of Stationeries from Specific Shops by Schools
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The English translation in brief of the Marathi Government Resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 is as follows-

The State of Maharashtra vide its notification Dtd.11.06.2004 has declared the compulsion by the schools whether direct or indirect of purchase of the stationeries from particular shop as illegal and has further made provision for the punishments like-cancellation or reduction of grants for granted schools & for private unaided schools punitive provision to declare such school in ‘Blacklist’ is made and also further provisions of banning such institute from receiving any type of concessions whether in term of lands or taxes is also provided. It is further provided boards of CBSE/ICSE boards should also be informed about violations committed by such schools and & if these boards do not take any action, then their ‘No Objection Certificate’ should be cancelled. It is also made mandatory in the same G.R. that the school management must inform the parents any modification in the uniforms & stationeries before at least 1 year.

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4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) Remedy to Stop & Ban Promotional Telemarketing Caller in 9 days-TRAI Facility7
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
11) Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
12) Information Commissioner slaps fine under RTI Act 2005 to Education Ministry
13) The Government blocks Child Rights Panel Functioning With Pre-planned Conspiracy
14) Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005

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Infuriated Saraswati Mandir School Bans Rubella Vaccination of Twin Students.

Infuriated Saraswati Mandir Schools Bans Rubella Vaccination of Twin Students.
Infuriated Saraswati Mandir School Bans Rubella Vaccination of Twin Students.

Infuriated Saraswati Mandir School Bans Rubella Vaccination of Twin Students-The BKS had published the article before four days about the removal of CBSE board from the school premises after their non affiliation issue was exposed by the agitating parent Mr.Makarand Kane over the illegal and excessive fee issue. The link of the article is as follows-
Saraswati Mandir School Removes ‘CBSE’ Board from the Premises. Subsequently the Mumbai Mirror had published the news regarding the same issue and the link of the news is as follows-
https://mumbaimirror.indiatimes.com/mumbai/other/parents-confused-after-mahim-school-drops-mention-of-cbse/articleshow/67069226.cms

The school management was expected to follow the rules and norms after their misdeeds were exposed, however infuriated with the parents activism, the school management has within four days after their misdeeds were exposed has made a inhuman and ruthless decision not to allow of the twin children of Shri.Makarand Kane a Rubella Vaccination which is likely to be conducted on 24 December 2018 in the school.

Explaining this incident to BKS, Mr.Makarand Kane said,’My twin children were earlier expelled by the school management over non payment of the illegal fee issue. However later before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights it was revealed that the fee demanded by the school management was illegal. Also the commission held the principal of the school management guilty of the mental harassment of my children and it recommended the disciplinary action, the concerned principal left the school thereafter.’

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‘The school management fearing backlash allowed my children to attend the school and challenged the commission’s order before the Bombay High Court. Now after i exposed their bogus CBSE affiliation issue, they are again targeting my children. Yesterday my twin children informed me that their class teacher has instructed them not to come to school on 24 December 2018 for Rubella Vaccination. To make my doubt clear i called the school office, where to my utter shock the employee of the school confirmed the same over the call’ added Mr.Kane.

Explaining the legal aspect & future course of action, Adv.Siddharthshankar  Sharma said ‘The organization has already provided legal assistance to the crusader parents and we would further make sure that the strictest action is taken against the school management for their all time low strategy of targeting the innocent children and risking their health issues.’

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4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) Remedy to Stop & Ban Promotional Telemarketing Caller in 9 days-TRAI Facility7
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
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Saraswati Mandir School Removes ‘CBSE’ Board from the Premises.

Saraswati Mandir School Removes CBSE Board from the Premises.
Saraswati Mandir School Removes CBSE Board from the Premises. (Old Board Image Source Courtesy-Mumbai Mirror)

Saraswati Mandir School Removes CBSE Board from the Premises- Finally the Saraswati Mandir School, Mahim has removed the ‘CBSE’ board from the school premises. The crusader parents have termed it as another success whereas other parents of the Saraswati Mandir School (Mahim) have termed it as a panic situation.

Speaking to the BKS, parent of the school Shri.Makarand Kane whose children were allegedly expelled from the school for his protest against non payment of the excessive & illegal fees but later were allowed to attend the school said, ‘I have been raising this issue since the beginning of all the academic years. The school management has frequently been falsely informing us that they are affiliated to CBSE and same has also been mentioned in their official booklets too. However as per advice of my lawyer, when i submitted my query to the CBSE i was shocked to know that the school management is not at all affiliated to the CBSE. I do not know the cause of removal of the board yet but it seems my complaint to the CBSE and pursuance thereafter has borne some fruit at least, as the other parents cannot be kept in dark anymore’.

Another parent on condition of anonymity said ‘We have been paying the heavy fees for the affiliation with the CBSE only. Even the school management puts this reason before us for justifying the hiked fees. Now when the school management itself has removed the CBSE affiliation board from the premises, we are facing a panic situation and are worried about child’s educational complications’.

Explaining legal aspect in this matter, Adv.Siddharthshankar Sharma who has been representing the parents before various forum and courts in this matter said, ‘As the matter is sub judice before the Bombay High Court, it is improper to comment on this issue at present. However if the school management has falsely represented itself as affiliated to the CBSE board, the parents can further initiate criminal proceedings against the school management.’

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3) Case Laws against Illegal Fee Hike, Child Harassment & Expulsion by the Schools
4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) Remedy to Stop & Ban Promotional Telemarketing Caller in 9 days-TRAI Facility7
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
11) Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
12) Information Commissioner slaps fine under RTI Act 2005 to Education Ministry
13) The Government blocks Child Rights Panel Functioning With Pre-planned Conspiracy
14) Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005
15) Supreme Court-Question of Parent Teacher Committee’s Right to Approach DFRC Open

डॉ.बाबासाहब आंबेडकर-‘भारतह्रदयसम्राट’ को विनम्र श्रद्धांजली!

डॉ.बाबासाहब आंबेडकर-‘भारतह्रदयसम्राट’ को विनम्र श्रद्धांजली! विदेशियों के अलावा स्वदेशियों से भी जिंदगीभर लड़ाई की लेकिन आखिर तक भारतीय ही रहे.

डॉ.बाबासाहब आंबेडकर-'भारतह्रदयसम्राट' को विनम्र श्रद्धांजली!
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डॉ.बाबासाहब आंबेडकर…’भारतह्रदयसम्राट’…ज्वलंत राष्ट्रवाद के प्रतीक…

बचपन से लेकर न जाने कितनी ज्यादती बर्दाश्त की..जहाँ मासूम बच्चों को कोई खिलौना नहीं देने पर उनके मन को ठेस पहुचती है वही उन्हें पानी तक पीने को नसीब नहीं था सह पाठियो के साथ…मास्टर छड़ी से मारते नहीं थे क्युकी छड़ी अपवित्र हो जाएगी….नौकरी की वहाँ भी यही हाल था….सब भेदभाव सिर्फ जाती के आधार पर..

और ऐसे भयानक अन्याय के खिलाफ जिंदगीभर लड़ाई देकर इस महान नेता के शब्द क्या थे? –

‘मैं इस देश के हर नागरिक हे शुरू और अंत में भारतीय के तौरपर ही देखना चाहता हूँ’… 

ना उन्होंने दलिस्तान मांगा ना किसी विदेशी विचारधारा के लालच में आकर उन्हें अपनाया…विदेशियों के अलावा स्वदेशियों से भी जिंदगीभर लड़ाई की लेकिन आखिर तक भारतीय ही रहे और भारतीय तत्वों का ही उन्होंने स्वीकार किया…हिंद की एकात्मता को बचाए रखा..

ये वो महान क्रांतिकारी नेता है जिस ने हिन्दुस्तान से इतनी मोहब्बत की है की खुद भगवान की लिखी कोई किताब सामने रख दे और कहे की इस देश का जन्मा दूसरा भारतीय दूसरी जाती में जन्म लेने के आधार पर हम से हीन है तो उस किताब की कीमत मेरी नजर में कचरे के समान है…

सिर्फ हिंदू धर्म के जातीवाद नहीं मुस्लिम धर्म की बुरायिओं पे भी उन्होंने अपनी बेबाक राय दी है…कुछ संकुचित मुस्लिम और पिछड़ी जाती के नेताओं की स्वार्थी राजनीती के खिलाफ अपनी आवाज उठाई…

बाकी कई मुद्दोंपर बाबासाहब का ज्ञान साथी अन्य नेताओं के तुलना में कई अधिक था…चीन के बारे में उन्होंने पहले ही कहा था ‘हमें चीन से बच के रहना चाहिए…कम्युनिस्टों की जमीन की भूक कभी ख़त्म नहीं होती….’

बिना किसी की भावना आहात किये हुए कहना चाहूँगा बाबासाहब अगर देश के पहले प्रधानमंत्री बने होते तो देश के हालात आज कई अच्छे होते…

आज इस महान नेता को..हिंद के सब से कीमती रत्नों में से एक..’भारतह्रदयसम्राट’ के महापारिनिर्वाण दिन पर विनम्र श्रद्धांजली…जयभीम..जयहिंद!

-अॅड.सिद्धार्थशंकर शर्मा
(संस्थापक अध्यक्ष- भारतीय क्रांतिकारी संघठन)

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4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
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MSCPCR orders KDMC Commissioner to implement readmission of expelled children over fee issue.

The Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) Orders KDMC Commissioner to implement readmission of expelled children over fee issue.

MSCPCR orders KDMC Commissioner to implement readmission of expelled children over fee issue-The Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) has flung into action for parent of the DS Desai School, Kalyan & has ordered KDMC Commissioner to take ‘Necessary Steps’ to implement its order Dtd.24.10.2018 to readmit the expelled children over the fee issue.

We had published an article earlier informing about the MSCPCR’s ad interim order to the school management to readmit the expelled children. The link of that article is as follows-

School refuses to obey MSCPCR’s order to readmit expelled children.

The Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) earlier had passed an ad interim order against the school management to readmit the expelled children over the non payment of allegedly illegal fee by the parent.

The parent during the course of hearing agreed to pay the hiked fees under protest. However in spite of parent’s readiness to pay the school fees around Rs.91000/- under protest the school management refused to obey the ad interim order of the MSCPCR and requested the commission for another hearing.

Taking the strong note of this development the MSCPCR has finally ordered the Commissioner of the Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation (KDMC) to take ‘Necessary Steps’ to implement its ad interim order passed on the 24.10.2018.  The order of the commission is attached as follows-

MSCPCR orders KDMC Commissioner to implement readmission of expelled children over fee issue.
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Speaking to the organization Mr.Rameshwar Dakhorkar said- ‘It is very shocking and unfortunate stand taken by the school management. It has submitted the written documents assuring the various authorities that if i am ready to pay the fees my children will get readmitted. However now when i am ready to pay the fees under protest & even the commission like The Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) has given the orders to readmit the children, school management is playing the delay tactics & has even gone up to the extent of disobeying the order of the commission. It seems the school management is not interested in fees but want to get off active parents from the school’.

Explaining the organization’s role in this matter, Adv.Siddharthshankar Sharma said,  ‘There were some complications in the matter earlier but after this order the matter has become crystal clear now, the school must readmit the expelled children in view of the order above mentioned or the school management should face the strictest action of withdrawal of the recognition from the state government. The Principal of the school management may face the disciplinary action too. The organization has been supporting the parent throughout this process and we would serve another legal notice through parent tomorrow to the Commissioner of the KDMC to implement the order of the commission immediately as he has been grossly negligent till date. If he fails to implement the same we would initiate criminal & disciplinary proceedings against him too’.

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2) Legal Remedy & Complaints Against Police- State Police Complaint Authority
3) Case Laws against Illegal Fee Hike, Child Harassment & Expulsion by the Schools
4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) Remedy to Stop & Ban Promotional Telemarketing Caller in 9 days-TRAI Facility7
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
11) Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
12) Information Commissioner slaps fine under RTI Act 2005 to Education Ministry
13) The Government blocks Child Rights Panel Functioning With Pre-planned Conspiracy
14) Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005
15) Supreme Court-Question of Parent Teacher Committee’s Right to Approach DFRC Open

School refuses to obey MSCPCR’s order to readmit expelled children.

School refuses to obey MSCPCR’s order to readmit expelled children-

School refuses to obey Child Right Commission’s order to readmit expelled children-It has come to the rude shock to the parent of DSD School (Kalyan) as the school management has refused to obey the order of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights to readmit his expelled children (MSCPCR).

Parent’s Say-

As per the allegations made by Mr.Rameshwar Dakhorkar, ‘My children were inflicted corporal punishments in the year 2016-17 for demand of illegal fees, i immediately filed the case before the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights. The illegalities committed by the school management were confirmed in the reports of the education department also. While the matter was pending, the school management illegally expelled my daughter who is studying in the 4th standard & my son studying in the 10th standard in April 2018 by referring the decision of the Bombay High Court in Writ petition No.9444/2017. Thereafter i filed the second case before the commission for the readmission of my expelled children. However during the hearings in view of the best interest of my children especially my son who was studying in class 10th, i decided to pay the illegal fees demanded by the school management under protest & accordingly the commission passed an ad interim order directing the school to readmit my children in the school.’

School refuses to obey MSCPCR’s order to readmit expelled children-The ad interim order of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights directing the readmission of the children-

School refuses to obey Child Right Commission's order to readmit expelled children.
School refuses to obey Child Right Commission’s order to readmit expelled children.

The parent accordingly got the ad interim  order in his favor, the copy of the order of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights Dtd.25.10.2018 which is attached below clearly directs the school management to readmit the children within 7 days once the parent pays the fees under protest.

To view & download the complete copy of the order of The Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights above mentioned click the link given below-

Click To View- Order of Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights directing Readmission of the Expelled Children.Pdf

School refuses to obey the order of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights-

However the joy of the parent was short lived as when he went to submit the Demand Draft of Rs.91000/- in favor of the school management under protest, it refused to accept the payment & readmit the children of Mr.Dakhorkar. The school management has mentioned in its letter addressed to the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights that it would be in some ‘Technical Difficulties’ to readmit the children and has also requested the commission another hearing to allow it to ‘explain their stand.’

Speaking Legally-

Explaining the issue, Adv.Siddharthshankar Sharma said, ‘As the matter is still pending before the commission & there are some complications in this issue which cannot be discussed at present in interest of the parties involved yet as i have been advising & providing the drafts to Mr.Dakhorkar throughout these proceedings before the commission who is fighting this issue in person, I am aware about the matter and it seems that the school management is not interested in payment of the fees but want to silent the parents raising their legitimate issues instead. If the school is not obeying the order of the commission it should further direct the appropriate authorities to prosecute & punish the school management. Apart from this, we are also planning our future course of action which would be updated soon’.

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4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
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Amendments to Weaken Fee Regulation Acts in Maharashtra since 2010-18

Exposed with evidences- How Maharashtra government has been conspiring to help private schools with amendments & provisions which ultimately getting set aside in courts of law along with model draft for the fee regulation.

Amendments to Weaken Fee Regulation Acts in Maharashtra since 2010-18 While the State of Maharashtra is witnessing outrage from the parents all over the state against its planned amendment which is likely to further weaken the Maharashtra Educational Institutions Regulation of Fee Act 2011, i have with my limited knowledge researched and discovered yet another shocking fact which would reveal the mockery of educational laws by the governments in Maharashtra since the year 2010 to 2018 of the fee regulation laws.

I have also suggested my own draft model for the statute or amendment briefly and in simple language so that common people would understand how governments conspire to undermine the public welfare and I hope after publishing this article they would start questioning politicians about this issue in the State of Maharashtra which should put maximum pressure on them and they would think thousand times before planning such conspiracies explained below. Needless to say, it is clear that all the political parties have been doing such conspiracies since past many years in the State of Maharashtra.

This article will deal with-
  • How government of Maharashtra has conspired to help private schools in the guise of bringing fee regulation act.
  • How the state government has been with preplanned conspiracy bringing strong fee regulatory provisions provided it would surely get set aside before the competent courts ultimately helping the private schools.
  • What should be the effective model draft for amendment or act for regulation of the fee for the State of Maharashtra? 

 

The strong Government Resolutions regulating the exorbitant fees brought in the year 2010-

It is pertinent to note that the Maharashtra government as per the recommendation of the Smt.Kumud Bansal Committee (Like Rtd.Justice Palshikar Committee was appointed recently for Fee Regulation Act 2011, in the same way Smt.Kumud Bansal was appointed then) through its government resolution Dtd.15.07.2010 which had made very strong provisions & fee regulation mechanism to regulate the fees effectively. The some important features of these government resolution Dtd.15.07.2010 were as follows-

  • That the school management shall fix the fees as per the Objective Parameters.
  • That the schools shall be allowed reasonable surplus but the same shall not exceed 6% at any cost.
  • That the school managements will not be allowed to uncontrolled sources of income and that rents received from halls, & grounds, interest received from the deposit of the banks etc.
  • The school management shall put all the income & expenditure information before the Parent Teacher Association & maintain complete transparency over it.
  • The school management shall only collect the fees for ‘Approved List of Expenditure’ & not otherwise except in few circumstances.
  • The fee shall be fixed according to the ‘Annual Expenditure’ from ‘Approved List of Expenditure’ &  further shall be divided per student for the ‘Primary’ ‘Secondary’ & ‘Higher Secondary’ categories.
  • Thereafter the fees shall be further calculated on monthly, quarterly or yearly basis and parents shall be allowed to pay accordingly.
  • The projects influencing the fee of the school directly should be considered for the next 5 years only.
  • The projects influencing the fees of the school should be planned with reasonable profit and must be beneficial to all the students’ interest.
  • Even for fixing the fees considering projects influencing the fees for next five years, the fees shall be calculated & divided year wise required for the projects & it shall be considered only for that particular academic year only.
  • Also for such projects influencing the fees, the school management shall also consider the other sources it has to mete the expenses for such projects.
  • Most Important- Fee Regulatory Mechanism-The PTA & PTA-EC shall have the effective role in fixation of the fees-The Parent Teachers Association (PTA) shall be formed 30 days after the commencement of the academic year and Parent Teacher Association-Executive Committee (PTA-EC) shall be formed within 2 weeks thereafter with democratic way.
  • The fee proposal shall be put before the PTA-EC which shall record objections if any, thereafter the school management shall be duty bound to send the same for the approval along with the approval or objection remarks of the PTA-EC to the District Education Officer or Dy.Director of Education.
  • The District Education Officer or Dy.Director of Education shall get the such fee proposal examined from the Auditor within 15 days and it shall again be submitted before the final approval before the committee headed by the Dy.Director of Education. After the approval the fees shall be binding for 3 academic years. Even after the approval of the fees from the committee, it shall decide the complaints against the fee issues by the parents on priority basis.
  • The school management can appeal against the decision of the committee before the ‘State Committee’ headed by the Director of the Education, within 30 days of the Dy.Director of Education’s Committee, the State Committee shall decide the matter within 45 days thereafter.
  •  The decision of the Director of Education’s committee shall be binding on the schools & if the schools charge excessive fees against the decision of the Director of Education’s Committee or otherwise, provision was made to withdraw its No Objection Certificate and also for recommendation to cancel its affiliation from the concerned boards was also made.

The copy of the Marathi government resolution Dtd.15.07.2010 can be viewed and downloaded from following link-
Click To Download- The State of Maharashtra Resolution Dtd.15.07.2010 for Fee Regulation (Marathi)

Amendments to Weaken Fee Regulation Acts in Maharashtra since 2010-18

The most important difference between Government Resolutions of 2010 & the present Maharashtra Educational Institutions Regulation of Fee Act 2011-

It could easily be seen that the most important differences between the government resolution of 2010 & the present Fee Regulation Act 2011 are-

  • The PTA-EC was elected with democratic manner according to the resolution of the 2010 than lottery draw manner in the present law. Thus the parents which were active about spreading the awareness among the parents could get elected with democratic way easily. However by bringing the lottery system with preplanned conspiracy the government has deliberately closed the doors of the ‘Active Parents’ in the fee regulation mechanism.
  • Every PTA i.e. every parent of the school had right to complaint against the fee approved even if it was approved by the PTA-EC or even the government’s committee under the resolution of 2010 however the same has been denied to any member of the PTA in the present Fee Regulation Act of 2011. The government is on the contrary planning to bring amendment that 25% parents must consent together to make any complaint against the fee fixed by the school management or otherwise!
  • The another Most Important fact was that the concept of Rejection of Post Audit  in P.A.Inamdar’s case as declared by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India was very well protected under the resolution of 2010 as the provision was made that the fee proposal of the school management shall be scrutinized by the state government through Auditor first and then it shall be considered by the government committees for decision over approval.
  • However in the present Fee Regulation Act of 2011 the very concept of Rejection of the Post Audit has been demolished as there is no intervention by the state government for conducting the audit of the fees at initial stages. That responsibility, government has shamelessly put on handful lottery elected parents who do not know mostly about the audit system at all.
  • The another important aspect was under the resolution of 2010 it was provided that the State Government shall play main role in regulation of the fees from the initial stages of fee fixation itself. The school could not evade its duty to provide all the income-expenditure information to the government authorities before fixing the fees.
  • However under the present Fee Regulation Act of 2011 the DFRC comes into the picture only when the dispute has already arisen and the school fixes its fee as per its whims and fancies. There is no effective mechanism to get the necessary documents from the school management under the Fee Regulation Act of 2011 especially when the PTA-EC has been made toothless by lottery system & further without any representation of the state government.
  • The fee once decided was binding for 3 years under the resolution of the 2010 than 2 years under the existing Fee Regulation Act of 2011.
The Hon’ble Bombay High Court Set aside notification Dtd.15.07.2010-

The Hon’ble Bombay High Court in Writ Petition Number 1876 of 2010 which was filed by the private school associations declared the government resolution Dtd.15.07.2010. The perusal of the judgement, as per my opinion, clearly declares the reason for declaring the government resolution unconstitutional is because these resolutions were brought into the existence under article 162 of the constitution i.e. through administrative order from the Governor and not through the legal enactment from the legislature. Thus the Hon’ble Bombay High Court quashed the government resolution on procedural & technical aspect only as it upheld that the government resolution Dtd.15.07.2010 encroaches the fundamental right of the private schools thought the administrative order of the Governor of the state,  the state can not do such things through administrative order, instead such reasonable restrictions should be imposed by the state through legislation only which is not done by the state government.

The order given by the Hon’ble Bombay High Court above mentioned can be viewed & downloaded from the following link-

Click To Download Writ Petition (L) No. 1876 Of 2010 Association of International Schools & Principals Foundation Vs The State Of Maharashtra

Amendments to Weaken Fee Regulation Acts in Maharashtra since 2010-18

Thus what state government was required to do is simply bring the law from the legislature or mere make sure that these provisions were in accordance & in relation to the Maharashtra Education Institutions Prohibition of Capitation Act 1987 yet instead of doing so it has brought the school favoring Fee Regulation Act 2011 into the existence to help the private schools to commercialize the school education of Maharashtra. 

Will any citizen of this country would ever believe that the state government which has so many legal & education experts available at its various panels did not know about such big blunder it had committed which even a prudent law student could have pointed out?

What should be the model draft for amendment or act for regulation of the fee for the State of Maharashtra?

This has been made one of the most controversial topic in the state now days. More unguided & unprofessional discussions has made the issue more complex. The common people are confused as to what should they recommend to the government and what amendments they should make to the government.

The common people fearing not knowing the law & its complexities fear to make suggestions and even if it is made most are found not relevant or logical too. Under such circumstances people leave the issue to be decided by the handful people whom they think know better than them which results into the further damages.

However i believe after reading the above information, any prudent man should have got the exact picture what blunder & conspiracy is being committed by the state government to help private schools and further to commercialize the education completely. i also believe that common people if study this article & other articles given on the website well, they can argue professionally even before the minister of education &  the legal experts too.

Hence with the purpose of making the issue simpler, understandable to the common people, to make the common people come forward, make them their own leaders, i think, henceforth the people of the state should demand to their local leaders to make following amendments or demand to bring whole law altogether for regulation of fees with following provisions –

Model Draft for the Fee Regulation Act 2011
  1. The PTA should be formed within 30 days after the commencement of the academic year.
  2. The PTA-EC should be formed within 15 day from formation of the PTA.
  3. The invitations, elections process should be video recorded and be made available to every parents in addition to posting the same on the website of the school.
  4. The members of PTA-EC should be elected democratically than with lottery system.
  5. That the school management, at the very beginning  should submit their fee proposals to the government appointed committees than to the PTA-EC.
  6. That PTA-EC should be given representation too before such government appointed committees while school proposes their fee before such committees.
  7. The Committee of the government should be headed by the retired High Court judges or retired members of the judiciary only & not by the officers of the education department.
  8. The Committee should consist of auditors, chartered accountants, expert from cost & management etc.
  9. Even if the fees are approved by the PTA-EC, or even the government appointed Committee, any parent of the school still must have right to complaint and same should be disposed off as expeditiously as possible. To prevent the (so called though) abuse from the parents, the time limit of 30 days to complain after the approval of the fees can be made.
  10. That the schools shall be allowed reasonable surplus but the same shall not exceed 6% at any cost.
  11. That the school managements will not be allowed to uncontrolled sources of income and that rents received from renting halls,grounds & interest received from the deposit of the banks etc & all the income and expenditure report of the school management must be made available on their websites.
  12. The projects influencing the fee of the school directly should be considered for the next 5 years only. Even for fixing the fees considering projects influencing the fees for next five years, the fees shall be calculated & divided year wise required for the projects & it shall be considered only for that particular academic year only.
  13. The collection of illegal, excessive & capitation fees should be made cognizable & non bailable offence and no sanction/permission of any authority should be made necessary for initiation of such criminal prosecution.
  14. That the harassment or expulsion of the children for non payment of the fees should be prohibited and made cognizable & non bailable offence and no sanction/permission of any authority should be made necessary for initiation of such criminal prosecution.

I firmly believe this article if read properly by common people would make them aware of their own rights, would boost their morale to participate, say or even argue before legal experts in the law making process, protest against unjust provisions of the law with their own studies.

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Founder President-Bharatiya Krantikari Sangathan

 

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Websites to Download Central & State Governments Acts & Rules

Get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at one place which would be helpful to many lawyers & common people at large.

It has to come to the notice of the organization that common people & even lawyers find it difficult to get the official copies of the Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at one place in India. However only few people know that the Indian government has already launched a National Portal of India to provide the copies of the central as well as the state government’s acts & rules in one website. The official link of the website is as follows-
National Portal of India

However few users find it difficult to search the state as well as the central government’s act & rules option in this portal as the portal includes many options for getting the other scheme related documents too. The link to visit the search box page directly with the option of the Central as well as the State government’s acts & rules is as follows-

So for example, to get the information of the State of Maharashtra, first click the above link & then following page will be displayed-

Websites to Download Central & State governments Acts & Rules
Websites to Download Central & State governments Acts & Rules

After entering the state of Maharashtra in the ‘Search Box’, the official website of the State of Maharashtra’s page shall be displayed as follows

Websites to Download Central & State governments Acts & Rules
Websites to Download Central & State governments Acts & Rules

Thus common people & even lawyers can find the copies of Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at one place easily using this method.

Other Methods-
Many High Courts have also provided the facilities of providing the copies of Central & State government’s Acts & Rules on their website. One of such example is of Bombay High Court’s official website which also provides copies of the ordinance, bills etc. too. The official link to get the copies of Central & State government’s Acts & Rules is as follows-
The Bombay High Court Judge’s Library

After clicking the above link following web page shall be displayed-

Getting official Copies of Central & State government's Acts & Rules
Bombay High Court Judge’s Library Page

After clicking the ‘Indian Legislation’ (Red Highlight) in ‘Library Services’ tab, the following page will be displayed-

Getting official Copies of Central & State government’s Acts & Rules
Bombay High Court Official Website Indian Legislation

The user then can select if he wants central or state government’s acts & rules & get the official acts & rules directly from the website of the Bombay High Court.

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Founder President-Bharatiya Krantikari Sangathan


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2) Legal Remedy & Complaints Against Police- State Police Complaint Authority
3) Case Laws against Illegal Fee Hike, Child Harassment & Expulsion by the Schools
4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) TRAI Remedy to Stop, Ban & Punish the Promotional Telemarketing Caller within 9 days
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
11) Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
12) Maharashtra State Commission for Women- Complaint Mechanism, Powers & Address
13) Address of Police Complaints Authority of Maharashtra, Pune & Navi Mumbai
14) Information Commissioner slaps fine under RTI Act 2005 to Education Ministry
15) The Government blocks Child Rights Panel Functioning With Pre-planned Conspiracy
16) Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005

How to open Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) Account

This article is abut opening Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) account & features of the scheme, we appeal to help needy people in opening the account.

How to open Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) Account-Source-This information is directly copied from the official website of the government of India of Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY). The official link of the same is as follows-

Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY)

The purpose of posting article ‘How to open Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) Account’is to make educated people aware about How to open Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) Account scheme and also to make them an appeal to help the needy people like domestic workers, laborer etc. who have no access to the bank accounts. If educated citizens help such economically & socially backward people, these needy people can not only create their own bank accounts though they might not have valid identity proofs at all, but in addition they can also get the life cover of Rs.30000/- as well as accidental insurance of Rs.100000/-, one time overdraft Rs.5000/- per family preferably female member etc. too.

The details of the scheme as copied from the official website of the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) is as follows-

Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) is National Mission for Financial Inclusion to ensure access to financial services, namely, Banking/ Savings & Deposit Accounts, Remittance, Credit, Insurance, Pension in an affordable manner.

Account can be opened in any bank branch or Business Correspondent (Bank Mitr) outlet. Accounts opened under PMJDY are being opened with Zero balance. However, if the account-holder wishes to get cheque book, he/she will have to fulfill minimum balance criteria.

Document required to open an account under Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana

An account can be opened by presenting an officially valid document.

  • the passport,
  • the driving licence,
  • the Permanent Account Number (PAN) Card,
  • the Voter’s Identity Card issued by Election Commission of India,
  • job card issued by NREGA duly signed by an officer of the State Government,
  • the letter issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India containing details of name, address and Aadhaar number, or
  • any other document as notified by the Central Government in consultation with the Regulator:
    Provided that where simplified measures are applied for verifying the identity of the clients the following documents shall be deemed to be officially valid documents:—
  • identity card with applicant’s Photograph issued by Central/State Government Departments, Statutory/Regulatory Authorities, Public Sector Undertakings, Scheduled Commercial Banks, and Public Financial Institutions;
  • letter issued by a Gazetted officer, with a duly attested photograph of the person.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI), vide its Press Release dated 26.08.2014, has further clarified that those persons who do not have any of the ‘officially valid documents’ can open “Small Accounts” with banks. A “Small Account” can be opened on the basis of a self-attested photograph and putting his/her signatures or thumb print in the presence of officials of the bank. Such accounts have limitations regarding the aggregate credits (not more than Rupees one lakh in a year), aggregate withdrawals (nor more than Rupees ten thousand in a month) and balance in the accounts (not more than Rupees fifty thousand at any point of time). These accounts would be valid normally for a period of twelve months. Thereafter, such accounts would be allowed to continue for a further period of twelve more months, if the account-holder provides a document showing that he/she has applied for any of the Officially Valid Document, within 12 months of opening the small account.

Special Benefits under PMJDY Scheme

  • Interest on deposit.
  • Accidental insurance cover of Rs. 1.00 lac
  • No minimum balance required.
  • The scheme provide life cover of Rs. 30,000/- payable on death of the beneficiary, subject to fulfillment of the eligibility condition.
  • Easy Transfer of money across India
  • Beneficiaries of Government Schemes will get Direct Benefit Transfer in these accounts.
  • After satisfactory operation of the account for 6 months, an overdraft facility will be permitted
  • Access to Pension, insurance products.
  • The Claim under Personal Accidental Insurance under PMJDY shall be payable if the Rupay Card holder have performed minimum one successful financial or non-financial customer induced transaction at any Bank Branch, Bank Mitra, ATM, POS, E-COM etc. Channel both Intra and Inter-bank i.e. on-us (Bank Customer/rupay card holder transacting at same Bank channels) and off-us (Bank Customer/Rupay card holder transacting at other Bank Channels) within 90 days prior to date of accident including accident date will be included as eligible transactions under the Rupay Insurance Program 2016-2017.
  • Overdraft facility upto Rs.5000/- is available in only one account per household, preferably lady of the household.

Please download the application form either in English or Hindi as follows-

1) Download-Account Opening Form(English) 

2) Account Opening Form (Hindi)

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-Adv.Siddharthshankar Sharma
Founder President-Bharatiya Krantikari Sangathan

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Must Read-Legal Awareness Articles for Common Man as follows-
1) How to File Case Without Lawyer or In Person with Sample Draft
2) Legal Remedy & Complaints Against Police- State Police Complaint Authority
3) Case Laws against Illegal Fee Hike, Child Harassment & Expulsion by the Schools
4) How to get Central & State government’s Acts & Rules at One Place
5) How to Check CBSE Affiliation of the School
6) Getting Self Declaration & Audit Statement of School Under RTE Act 2009
7) Case laws & Legal Provisions against Child Harassment
8) Remedy to Stop & Ban Promotional Telemarketing Caller in 9 days-TRAI Facility7
9) The Electricity Act 2003- 15 Days Prior Written Notice Must for disconnecting Electricity
10) The Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005-Important Provisions
11) Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
12) Information Commissioner slaps fine under RTI Act 2005 to Education Ministry
13) The Government blocks Child Rights Panel Functioning With Pre-planned Conspiracy
14) Haryana Education Department Directed to Pay Rs.4000/- Compensation under RTI Act 2005
15) Supreme Court-Question of Parent Teacher Committee’s Right to Approach DFRC Open