Private schools or profit generating shops ?

Private schools should admit that they are for-profit shops and are least interested in what parents may be going through and more interested in filling up their bank balance. They should get away from the sham of their only motive being to try to make next gen educated. It is just another revenue generating business.

Get land from Govt at throw-away prices and then ensure political parties are given timely, regular donations so that they never care for parents comprising the middle class who are anyways not a big vote bank. more  

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sir, I am agree with you, my support to you also, regrds, Rakesh singh more  
Most of the population feels that pvt schools charges are exorbitant . But surprisingly people do not know how many schools are paying to teachers even Govt approved scales forget about indirect health and post retirement benefits available to Govt employees.
There is a need address this so that the teachers lives a dignified life. more  
Private Schools are definitely a profit oriented Education caring for the
needs of those who can afford. These are certainly not a service to
society. Therefore Government must not allot them land on subsidised rates
or other facilities and amenities like electricity etc at concessional
rates. At the same time they should be free to set their fees and other
conditions taking into account expenditure and profit. The Government must
not place any condition on how many seats they must provide to poor or
other categories, and it should be left to the choice of owners. They must
teach the prescribed syllabus of the Government in addition to if they
teach extra subjects or hobbies like swimming, riding, music or elite
personality building. General public must make use of Government schools
which should maintain a common minimum standard.

On Fri, Sep 4, 2020 at 12:17 PM Jaspreet Oberoi <
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This is not an unusual problem now a days. Such problem was in lime light since late 70's as I recall. It was never been solved. Since then it has become business. Every school has been in practice of fleecing the flesh charging money exhorbintly, no one ever bothered to address it. Most of the establishments are run by political leaders and parents are the worst sufferers. This can be dealt once all parents made a firm stand against all such corrupt practices. In recent cases some school administrations victimised children once parents became aggressive against such malpractices. local administration is also not keen to resolve such impasse. It's now truly difficult in this regime. more  
Pvt schools also are not paying salaries According to 7th pay commission more  
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