Bengaluru: Private schools block access to online classes over unpaid fees


Team Udayavani, Aug 17, 2020, 9:04 AM IST

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Bengaluru: Many students of private unaided schools in the city were blocked from attending online classes as they did not pay fees.

Despite the government asking the schools to go easy on fee payment this year, the decision of the private unaided schools to block access to online classes to students who have not paid fees has irked the parents.

However, in some cases, schools disallowed students’ participation despite parents paying the fees in installments.

Reportedly, parents have flooded Child Line, RTE Task Force, and the Department of Public Instruction helpline with complaints against the schools. The RTE Task Force alone received 50 complaints, while the DPI helpline collected over 100.

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