Kolkata high court order on school fees: Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks.

Calcutta HC order: Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks | otherwise the school will take action.

The Kolkata High Court has ordered the parents to pay at least 50 percent of the outstanding fees of the students within three weeks. Failure to do so may result in action being taken by the schools against the students.

Kolkata high court order on school fees: Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks.

The Kolkata High Court has ordered the parents to pay at least 50 percent of the outstanding fees of the students within three weeks. Failure to do so may result in action being taken by the schools against the students.

The Kolkata High Court on Friday directed that the parents will have to pay at least 50 per cent of the outstanding fees of the students to the schools within three weeks. Failure to do so may result in the school administration taking action against the students.

The court said that it will also consider whether the students who have appeared and passed the board exams of class 10th and 12th, may be directed to “direct the concerned board to submit their qualifications and certificates till the payment of school fees”. suspend.

Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks.

Expressing displeasure over a section of financially stable parents allegedly taking advantage of the current pandemic situation for not paying the fees of their children on time, a division bench of Justices IP Mukherjee and Moushumi Bhattacharya ordered that the parents should At least 50 percent of the outstanding fees will have to be paid within three weeks.

The bench directed the educational institutions covered by this Public Interest Litigation (PIL) to send a notice to each defaulting parent within a week, mentioning the outstanding fees since March 2020.

Students can be expelled from school for non-payment of fees.

The bench said that if the fees are not deposited by the parents by the next date of hearing, the court will consider allowing schools to suspend such students from online and physical classes or “name of the students from the roll of the school without any notice”. The diya will be removed.The court directed that the matter will be heard again on September 2.

Calcutta HC order: Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks | otherwise the school will take action.
Calcutta HC order: Parents will have to pay 50% of the outstanding fees in 3 weeks | otherwise the school will take action.

The bench said that while many families are in financial crisis due to the pandemic, the school authorities are also finding it difficult to run the institutions.