Regulation of Fees Act should be implemented

RSD_ Fee act regulation should be implemented says PDSU

RSD- Sircilla news: The Joint Karimnagar District Committee submitted a petition to Sircilla District DEO Ramesh Kumar under the PDSU Student Union to take action against the owners of corporate and private educational institutions who are working against the government regulations. On this occasion, P.D.S.U. Joint District President Angidi Kumar said that  the government is not paying attention to the unrest of the owners of private educational institutions in the district. He expressed his anger that the parents were being cheated by collecting fees of lakhs of rupees from LKG. It is said that the officials who are conducting random admissions by setting up boards with the names of Techno, e-Techno and IIT. It is said that admissions are being openly registered by conducting tests, to test the ability of students against the Right to Education Act. He said that before the start of the academic year, they register admissions and start selling textbooks in the educational institutions and continue the business in the educational institutions. According to the government rules, the details of fees should be arranged in the board and made public, but the rules are being flouted. He said that there is a situation where money is being extorted in the name of school fees, admission fees, bus fees, hostel fees, laundry fees, etc. If the corporate education business is not regulated across the state, PDSU warned that direct agitation will be undertaken under. Joint district vice-presidents Lokini Ramesh, leaders Satish and others participated in this program.