High court orders govt to issue progress report in two weeks

  • | Thursday | 17th September, 2020

The Gujarat High Court heard a petition on the issue of college fees in the Corona epidemic. The government had filed a reply in the High Court saying it had formed two committees on the issue of fees for professional and non-professional courses. 

The Gujarat High Court heard a petition on the issue of college fees in the Corona epidemic. The government had filed a reply in the High Court saying it had formed two committees on the issue of fees for professional and non-professional courses. 

The High Court told the government on the issue that a speedy decision was needed on the issue. The government has been directed to take a firm decision and submit a progress report within two weeks. The court has vowed to take a `concrete` decision from the government. The University Grants Commission has also recommended a reduction in fees.

An application was made to the High Court seeking relief of 25 per cent in college fees and installments for the remaining fees. Private colleges were introduced to levy penalty in case of non-payment of fees. The petition also sought the court to issue necessary directions to provide relief to the students and parents. The petition was heard in the High Court.

School fees postponed hearing the case against arbitrary School Case managers collect fees apply to the High Court of Gujarat. In response to the petition, the school administrators filed a writ petition in the High Court on Thursday. The affidavit states that the FRC has approved a 5 to 12 percent increase in fees for schools, leaving student fees unchanged. The government had submitted in court that in two meetings with the administrators, the administrators were not willing to bow down at all. The case was adjourned in the Gujarat High Court on Friday, September 11.



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