Punjab school fees case update

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The hearing of school fees matter could not be heard.

The Punjab school fees case could not be heard in the High Court on Friday but Punjab Advocate General Atul Nanda spoke. Nanda said no state court has passed such an order on the decision taken by the government so the single bench order should stay.

Nanda said the government had been asked to charge only tuition fees from schools in view of the situation in Corona. The single bench did not think that the decision related to Punjab could affect Chandigarh and Haryana as well. Nanda told the court that the petition filed by private schools in Haryana and Chandigarh was now in the High Court.

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Hearing could not completed yet

Nanda said that when no decision has been taken on that petition then why the decision was taken on the petition of private schools in Punjab. Senior Advocate RS Bains, appearing for the parents, said that Atul Nanda was right.

On what basis can schools that do not offer online tuition charge fees? In addition, the single bench has ordered the schools to collect all the funds including transport and annual fees, which is completely wrong. However, the court has not received the file related to the case due to which the next hearing will now be held on Monday.

It is to be mentioned that all the works were stopped due to lockdown due to coronavirus. The children’s parents say they do not have the money to pay the fees. The parents had approached the court after the controversy.

R Madhavan shares his result story and motivates students.

The CBSE released the 10th results on Wednesday. Similarly, some state board results have come or some are yet to come. Most kids succeed on board results. Conversely, many numbers are frustrating because of low scores. In such a situation, Bollywood actor R Madhavan has given a special message to the depressed children on low marks.

Encouraging the children with a funny picture on Twitter, Madhavan wrote. “Congratulations to the children who performed better than expected in the board results. I want to tell others that my board had 58 percent marks. Guys, the game hasn’t started yet.


Madhav’s post is going viral on social media. People are praising him for this post. One user wrote – You inspire people in a way that amazes me. At the same time, another user wrote. Numbers never guarantee a good future. Low numbers are not the end of life.

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