Total fee charged during current year to be refunded; ZEOs to get the wards admitted in nearby recognised schools
Eight Pvt schools found running classes higher than permission granted, action initiated
STATE TIMES NEWSRajouri: District Administration Rajouri has ordered immediate closure of 18 private schools found running without permission from competent authority while eight private schools found running classes higher than their allotted permission have been strictly directed to discontinue running higher classes and to return the fee of students besides facilitating their admission in nearby recognised schools. Based upon numerous complaints received through various sources, District Magistrate Rajouri directed all the Tehsildars to conduct surprise inspection of private institutions and to examine their permission and other necessary codal formalities. During inspection, it came to fore that 18 schools across the district are being run without any kind of permission from competent authority. Taking note of it, District Magistrate Rajouri has ordered immediate closure of all these 18 illegal schools and have ordered Tehsildars concerned to implement the order at the earliest and directed the Chief Education Officer to oversee the implementation of the order. Those running the illegal schools have been directed to return all kinds of fee charged from students and their parents and ZEOs have been asked to facilitate their admission in nearby recognised schools so as to keep the future of students safe. These schools include Sir Sayeed Muslim Institute of Education Upper Bhangai Thannamandi, Muzamal Institute of Education Thannamandi, Mian Abdullah National Academy Thannamandi, Aftab Memorial Institute Dhoke Thanamandi, Gyan Jyoti Vidyalaya Bathuni Rajouri, Gurukul Public School Rajouri, Dar ul Uloom Badi Darhal, Budhal Cooperative Institute of Education Budhal, MEM Academy Kotranka, Baba Nanga Memorial Public School Kotranka, Green Valley Education Institute Kotranka, Gyaan Jyoti Bhawan Institute Kotranka, Shaheed Lal Din Memorial Public School Kotranka, Star Rising Academy Kotranka, Nazamia Institute of Education Kotranka, Bright Public School Kotranka, Suraj Institute of Education Khawas and Model Institute of Education Khawas. During inspection, eight such schools were also found wherein managements are running classes higher than their permission thereby flouting norms. These schools include Rachwa Public School Nadyala, Al-aman Institute Palangarh, Yasmeen English School Shahdra, Baba Ghulam Shah Reyaz ul Institute Bhangai Thannamandi, Baba Nizamuddin school Thannamandi, ST. Marry Convent School Behrote Thannamandi, Gandhi Memorial School Bandrai Sunderbani and Muslim Institute of Education Kassian Darhal.
Deputy Commissioner Rajouri has ordered immediate discontinuing of additional classes and has directed ZEOs concerned to facilitate admissions of students in nearby recognised schools.
It is pertinent to mention here that to rule out any false case during the inspection, a time period of two days has also been granted as a last opportunity if any of these Educational Institutions has got a permission from the competent authority and want to produce the same.
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