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Schools can charge fees quarterly, rules High Court

The Action Committee for Unaided Private Schools, in its appeal against the single judge order, had claimed that the Directorate of Education rules made it.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: March 21, 2014 1:52:28 am

Private unaided schools in the city can once again charge school fees on a quarterly basis as a division bench of the Delhi High Court set aside a single bench order that had limited the schools to charging fees only on a monthly basis.

The court of Acting Chief Justice Badar Durrez Ahmed and Justice V Kameswar Rao sent the matter back to the single bench to “reconsider” the various issues, after noting that the bench had not considered the difference in rules applicable to aided and unaided schools. The Action Committee for Unaided Private Schools, in its appeal against the single judge order, had claimed that the Directorate of Education rules made it is mandatory for schools to charge only monthly fee applied only to the aided schools.

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