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Maharashtra govt announces slashing of school fees by 15% for current year

The Maharashtra government on Wednesday decided to slash school fees by 15 per cent for the current academic year

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Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

The report found that until now, all the ANBFCs together have addressed less than 10 per cent of the registered affordable schools, so there is significant headroom for growth.
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The on Wednesday decided to slash by 15 per cent for the current academic year.

Maharashtra cabinet today decided to slash by 15 per cent for this academic year. A detailed order of this decision will be issued soon, School Minister Varsha Gaikwad told reporters.

This decision is taken on the lines of the Rajasthan government, she said.

Parents' bodies have been demanding some relief from the state government in terms of slashing in view of the COVID-19 pandemic situation.

Schools continue to remain closed in Maharashtra due to the pandemic and amid fear of a likely third wave.

"Schools affiliated to various boards, including the Maharashtra board, have informed the state government earlier that they will abide by rules regarding the slashing of fees. The government order will cover various issues and intricacies to avoid any confusion among the parents and school management," the minister added.

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First Published: Wed, July 28 2021. 20:25 IST