Alleging careless and arbitrary behaviour of CBSE schools and private institutions, the city unit of National Student Union of India (NSUI), on Thursday registered their complaint to additional district officer Shrikant Fatke in connection with the matter.
The NSUI demanded quick and appropriate action against such schools. The NSUI’s state Vice-President Ajit Singh said that most of the schools do not provide the low cost NCERT approved books to their students.
“Every school should have a Parent-Teachers Association (PTA) to discuss the subject of fees and books, but presently, there is no such body. As a result, schools take all such decisions on their own”, he said. Singh further added that schools do many illegal works, in the absence of PTA.
“Education has been commercialised today. No schools or tuition classes have proper measures to tackle any major mishap like fire. These classes do not have fire NOC as well”, state Singh. Besides, those who were present at the meet were, NSUI president Asish Mandepe, Nilesh Korgade, Abhijeet Savaikar, Deepak Ravat, Deepak Sontakke and others.
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