The MP high court has given two weeks’ time to make up fee regulatory authority for private schools. Previously, MPHC was sent to the state government to take a conclusion on January 16 regulatory fee structure in aid and independent private schools.
On Friday, the double bench of Justice Rajendra Menon and justice Rajendra Mahajan States gave the government a last chance for the components of the charge regulator. Petitioner senior activist PG Najpandey told TOI that they have asked the court in a regulatory body will be established before the next training session, which will begin in March-April.
Najpandey also said that the state government during the hearing of the contempt petition in September last year presented that it was in the process of developing rules. However, even after two months, the government does not do this after a fresh petition in the Supreme Court was filed back in November of last year.
Further, the contempt was also filed a motion after school education Department took no action at the high court on 7 April 2014, when MPHC asked the applicant to furnish a representation of the school education Department of the Constitution charges the regulatory Committee.
Although the state government is assumed to form a Committee headed by a former high court judge for the study of school fees and related issues in 2009, the fact remains that, despite five years have passed, there is no such Committee or body was made in the state.