Himachal: Order Of New Rules For Admission In Schools From Age Of 6 Years Has Become A Cause Of Trouble, These Questions Were Raised

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Parents send their children to school throughout the year and pay their fees, but the children are not getting any benefit throughout the year. Even after the notification was issued by the Himachal Pradesh government, the schools have been fully recovering the examination fees along with the fees for January, February or March from the parents of the children, whereas the schools should have waived the fees of those children Or the parents should have been informed at the same time.

Himachal Government changed the rules of admission in schools

Himachal Government changed the rules of admission in schools

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Reported & Written By Kumud Sharma, Diary Times, Nahan, April 02: According to the notification issued by Himachal Pradesh Government on 24 November 2023, the age limit for admission in class 1 has been fixed at 6 years. Due to the notification issued by the Himachal Pradesh government, the future of the children going to school continuously for the last two years is hanging in the balance. This year too, those children will have to sit in the same class in which they were in the last one year, because they were enrolled in the school when the date of admission in the first class was 5 years, fixed by the Himachal Pradesh government.

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Parents send their children to school throughout the year and pay their fees, but the children are not getting any benefit throughout the year. Even after the notification was issued by the Himachal Pradesh government, the schools have been fully recovering the examination fees along with the fees for January, February or March from the parents of the children, whereas the schools should have waived the fees of those children Or the parents should have been informed at the same time.

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Parents Pradeep Kumar and Banita Devi, Arvind Kumar and Dimpy, Ved Prakash and Nishi Devi, Bhupinder Singh and Anjali Devi, belonging to Kolar village of Paonta Sahib tehsil, say that their children have been studying in the prestigious schools of Paonta Sahib for the last 2 years. Since earlier the age for admission in first class was fixed at 5 years, hence he also got the children admitted in the best schools of the city. Besides, huge fees were also paid for admission.

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Parents say that the school administration is making them aware of the notification issued by the Himachal Pradesh government at the time of results, due to which the children are sure to have a complete loss of one year. Their children will have to bear the brunt of this, who have been going to school for two whole years.
Parents say that the Himachal Pradesh government should implement the new rule for those children who have not yet been admitted to school.

Parents say that due to this rule of Himachal Pradesh Government, schools have been benefited, one class has been increased, which is not necessary at all, whereas till date only children who have completed 5 years have the right to take admission in the first class.

By following this rule of Himachal Pradesh government, parents are feeling cheated by paying per month fee, admission fee and additional examination fee or one year of the child. Parents have appealed to the Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu that children who have been going to school for two years should be given an opportunity to take admission in the first class or an additional relaxation of one or two months should be given to the given relaxation, so that the children can complete their first year and the Parents can get the benefit of the fees, admission fees and examination fees paid by them.

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Kumud Sharma

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