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Parents refuse hiked fee, kids barred entry

DNMUM392655 | 7/18/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :240 | Education & Careers



Over 40 students at Dadar’s Shardashram Vidyalaya were allegedly denied entry in the school premises on Monday morning after their parents refused to pay the hiked fees recently announced by the school. The school had reportedly announced its new fee structure on June 14 .
Parents alleged that their children were not allowed to enter the school citing non payment of the revised fees. “The school recently hiked the annual fees from Rs 25,000 to Rs 42,000 which is a huge hike. The hike was announced after the new academic year started and parents were kept in the dark until recently. When we tried to oppose the hike, the school resorted to pressure tactics and denied entry to our children” said a parent of a senior KG student from the
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