Now no transfer certificate required to shift school

  • | Tuesday | 4th May, 2021

Tribune News ServiceAmritsar May 3In a decision last year in its move to facilitate students seeking a shift to government school from private school the Education Department had removed the restriction of transfer certificate which was earlier required at the time of admission. “Over a year we have had many parents coming to us with complaints regarding schools asking for exorbitant fees in lieu of releasing school leaving certificate. The rule is applicable for students seeking admission for all classes including primary to higher secondary. Instead of the transfer certificate now only a self-attested declaration will be obtained from parents detailing the previous academic information of their ward. Incidentally post-pandemic a lot of parents have been shifting their wards from private schools to government schools due to the economic hit and private schools' demand for fee regardless.

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