School audit report sent to Gurugram DC
Thousands of parents hope that there will be an appropriate action on the management of such schools as their audited report has been submitted to Divisional Commissioner D Suresh.
Angry over the charging of hefty school fees, most of the parents have been holding protests against the school management.
On Monday as well, angry parents met the senior public official and complained about a private school charging a high fee amount.
The relentless protest by parents on the fee hike and violations by various private schools had resulted in the formation of fee and fund regulation committee (FFRC) that is headed by the Divisional Commissioner D. Suresh in March this year.
The FFRC had directed over 50 private schools in Gurugram to submit the Form-6 so that it can be ascertained of the fees charges and cost incurred by the educational institutions.
Various schools on pretext of enhancement of facilities and implementation of seventh pay commission had increased their school fees.
This has led to thousands of parents protesting against such schools not only in Gurugram but also in Delhi.
Even on Wednesday, parents staged a protest march against a private for rollback of the fee hike initiated by its management.
Mentioning of transparency, the Divisional Commissioner said, "All schools that will be found of overcharging parents will be ordered to refund the fee or else strict action will be taken against such schools. Strict directions have already been given to the school management to abide by the Haryana School Education Rules, 2003."