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Sunday, 26 July 2020

Ahmedabad / Private school administrators slammed: Online education to be launched once again in 16,000 schools in the state from Monday

Ahmedabad / Private school administrators slammed: Online education to be launched once again in 16,000 schools in the state from Monday

The state government came to the rescue of private schools
All students will be educated whether the fee is paid or not

Ahmedabad. After repeated representations from parents, online education of 43 lakh students from 16,000 private schools in the state will finally resume from Monday. Education will be given to all the students whether they have paid the fee or not. But the school administrators will not open an office, nor will they cooperate in departmental operations or examinations. School administrators shut down online classes in protest of the government's decision not to charge private schools during lockouts. However, the government also decided to resume online classes from Monday at a meeting of administrators as it was in a fighting mood. Spokesperson of the self-reliant school management federation Dr. "We have gone to court against the government's decision on fees," said Deepak Rajyaguru. We will start online classes from Monday so as not to spoil the future of millions of students but will not co-operate in any function or examination of the education department.

About 70 per cent parents of leading schools have already paid the fees
So far, 70 per cent parents of Ahmedabad's leading schools have paid their fees. While only 20 to 30 per cent parents of low fee schools have paid the fees. According to sources in the Board of Governors, only 20 per cent parents of the city's leading schools have not paid their fees, ranging from Rs 80,000 to Rs 3 lakh. But the schools whose fees are around Rs 15,000 to Rs 30,000 have not been paid by their parents, which has created difficulties in running the school.

Not mass promotion, demand for education
The parents told the school administrators, “If we have paid the fees then why stop our children’s online education. Even if the government says we don't want mass promotion and class repetition this year, we want education. Education remains weak in mass promotion.

Save Our School will run a campaign on Twitter
The Association of Progressive Schools, a body of private school administrators, will campaign against the government's decision on July 26 from 2 to 6 pm on Twitter with the hashtag saveourschool. "We have a special training session on July 25 for the digital campaign," said Manan Choksi, former president of AOPS. Which provided information on how to tweet. We are confident that a large number of parents and students will join this campaign.

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