SRINAGAR: Parents whose wards are enrolled in DPS Sangam in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district, Monday alleged that school authorities are ‘blackmailing’ them, to mint money.
They alleged for class 9 students’ registration, school is charging exorbitant fee than the prescribed by Board of School Education.
“The school authorities are denying to forward registration of students of class 9th to the BOSE who fail to pay tuition of fee of past three months,” they alleged.
“How can we deposit the fee when the schools remained closed? We have not earned during these months,” they said.
They alleged that school authorities have turned an education institution as commercial hub, to loot the public.
“With such kind of happenings, the school administration is putting the career of students at stake,” they said.
They appealed concerned authorities to intervene in the matter and act under law.
Despite repeated attempts, DPS Principal didn’t receive the call to have comments over the matter.
Refuting allegations, School principle told KNS that School management will not take any measure that would cause any sort of injustice to students or their parents. (KNS)
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