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Kamothe locals too stand united against MNR School

DNMUM131233 | 4/16/2009 | Author : Falguni Banerjee | WC :417 | Education & Careers



After Bal Bharati and Ryan International schools in Kharghar, it's the turn of MNR School of Excellence in Kamothe to face people's ire. Joining the bandwagon, a majority of residents of the node have decided to protest against the school's high fees. Most residents of Kamothe belong to the lower income group and the rising fees are pinching their pockets.
A group of parents are holding meetings in this regard and deciding on steps they should take to convince the school management to scale down the fees considering the economic slowdown and job cuts. The school offering CBSE curriculum demands an annual fee of Rs 12,000-Rs 16,000 depending on the class, which parents say is very high. "The good thing is that the
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