However, the school administration refuted her allegations, saying that the student never registered for Class 10.
Parents of students from Jain Heritage School in Hebbal protested outside the school on Monday, demanding to know why access to online classes was blocked.
Amicably settle fee issue with parents instead of turning it into legal battle: Bombay HC to schools
The court was hearing a PIL filed by BJP MLA Atul Bhatkhalkar, which raised concerns over students being debarred from attending online school over non-payment of fees.
In such a situation, how can schools survive, he questioned.
Grief shadowed his face as he said: “I’ve struggled to even afford one meal a day, and don’t want my children to face the same situation.
The government is yet to take a call on fees to be collected from the students, but many schools, sources said, are forcing parents to pay the fees for the academic year 2021-22.
An official said the government has enabled admission for this academic year from June to August, but no guidelines have been specified for the fee collection.”
Division bench of Delhi HC refused to stay single bench order allowing private schools to charge annual fees
Single-Judge Bench has said that the Delhi government has no power to indefinitely postpone the collection of annual charges and development fees by private unaided schools.
Delhi government, students appeal in HC against order allowing private schools to charge annual fees
The petitions moved on behalf of the students studying in the private unaided schools have contended that the single judge's May 31 decision was based on incorrect facts and law.
Justice Kantha Rao was of the opinion that schools and colleges must allow the students to attend online lessons from a humanitarian perspective.
The schools have also been directed to charge fees only on monthly basis and not force or insist payment of fees on quarterly or half-yearly or yearly basis.
There is no provision in the law as per which the government can direct private schools for waiving the fees but since it is the general sentiments of parents, the government will look into the issue
Several parents associations have stated that if the government considers a rollback of even one percent, they will be out on the streets again
A group of parents which is staging dharna in front of a leading private school in Chandrasekharpur over the matter, has decided to sit on hunger strike from Thursday.
Regulatory commission conducts raids on 330 institutions across state, requests parents to file written complaint