HC Orders Against Extra Fees Of Schools

December 02, 2015 | Category: News | Posted By - | 0 Comments

HC Orders  against Extra Fees of Schools

The High Court asked all the education boards to make a move against the educational institutes that charged additional expenses from SSC candidates, outside of altered board expenses. 

A HC seat containing Justice Quazi Reza-Ul Hoque and Justice Abu Taher Md. Saifur Rahman passed the request requesting that the sheets submit advancement reports by 6 January 2016 whether the course prior given by the seat was being performed legitimately or being disregarded. 

On 6 January 2015, the HC issued a guideline soliciting head instructors and administering bodies from 20 schools in the city to give back the additional expenses they had taken from SSC competitors. 

In its request, the court solicited the head instructors and heads from the overseeing bodies worried to give back the additional examination expenses they had gotten past the sum set by the legislature on January 20. 

In the event that they neglect to agree to the request, the overseeing bodies will be suspended for a long time, the court tenet says. 

Prior, after a report distributed in vernacular every day The Daily Jugantor, the HC issued a suo moto principle asking the legislature to clarify for what valid reason charging the additional examination expenses ought not be pronounced illicit. 

The High Court on November 10 additionally guided the Dhaka Education Board to present a report in such manner and requested that the Jugantor correspondent affirm genuineness of the report. 

The report said 26 foundations have taken higher examination charges from the SSC hopefuls of 2015 than the administration altered Tk 1,400. 

On 26 November 2015, the High Court asked the administration to promptly quit charging over the top examination expenses from SSC competitors the nation over.

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