Private schools running on government land in Delhi can submit fee hike proposals for the academic year 2022-2023 education (DOE) has said. The department has reiterated that schools cannot increase fees without its prior permission.
“All pending fee hike proposals submitted by private unaided recognized schools running on land allotted by DDA (Delhi Development Authority) or other land-owning agencies… for the session 2020-2021 have become fruitless… Fee hike proposals, if any, for the session 2022 23,” according to a circular issued by DoE. Schools can submit their fee hike proposals for the current academic year between June 12 (Sunday) to June 27 Huh.
The Delhi government has sought proposals for fee hike after a gap of two years. After the lockdown in 2020, the DoE had directed schools not to charge any fee other than tuition fees and barred them from increasing the fees. “The proposal submitted by the schools shall be scrutinized and scrutinized by the Director of Education through any officer or team authorized in this behalf. All such schools are strictly instructed that until their proposal is approved by the Director of Education , till then no fee be increased. If no proposal is submitted by the school in response to this order, the school shall not increase its fees for the academic session 2022-23,” the circular stated.