The Supreme Court on Monday directed 36,000 unaided private schools in Rajasthan to charge 15 per cent lower annual fees from students for the academic session 2020-21. The ruling clarifies that no student can be prevented from attending a class if the fees are not paid and the situation is normal.
At the same time, the result of their examination cannot be stopped. The High Court’s judgment upheld the Supreme Court’s order challenging the validity of the Rajasthan Vidyalaya Act 2016 and the rule on fixing fees in schools.
6 Payment of fees in equal installments
The 128-page judgment of Justice A M Khanwilkar and Justice Dinesh Maheshwari clarified that the fees for the academic session 2020-21 would be paid by students or parents in six equal installments. The bench also said that it could not be denied that the complete lockdown imposed due to the epidemic had created an unprecedented situation. It has had a serious impact on the people, the business world and the country as a whole.
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The school can give more concessions to students if it wants
Justice Khanwilkar noted in the judgment that a large number of people lost their jobs in this type of economic crisis. The judgment said that the appellant should charge his students for the academic session 2019-20 in accordance with the provisions prescribed under the law for the year
but for the academic session 2020-21 the fee should be 15 per cent less considering the facilities not used by the students. The school can give more concessions to its students if it wants.