Private schools in Tamil Nadu must collect only 40 percent of tuition fees in the first installment- School Education Department action.

Private schools in Tamil Nadu must collect only 40 percent of tuition fees in the first installment- School Education Department action.

The Department of School Education has issued an order to all district primary education officers that private schools must collect only 75 percent of tuition fees in two installments.

Private schools in Tamil Nadu should charge only 40 per cent in the first installment.

Direct classes for the 2021-22 academic year have not yet begun. But there have been complaints that fees are being levied on schools in the current academic year.

The school education department has issued a stern order that private schools in Tamil Nadu should charge only 40 per cent in the first installment.

At the same time, it has ordered that only 75 percent of the total tuition fees be charged this year.  So it is enough for the parents to ask clearly about the first installment and pay only 40 per cent.

The school education department has ordered that only 75 percent of the fees be charged this year, as it was last year, as schools have been closed by Corona.

Private schools across Tamil Nadu will be able to collect only 75 percent of the fees this academic year,

Accordingly, private schools across Tamil Nadu will be able to collect only 75 per cent of the fees this academic year, 40 per cent in the first installment and 35 per cent in the second installment.

Due to the corona, direct classes for the last 2021-22 academic year have not taken place to date.  Classes are conducted online.  A few private school administrations, however, demanded full fees and put the parents of the students in crisis.  Complaints were made to the school education department about this.

Following this, the Commissioner of School Education Nandakumar has sent a letter to all the District Primary Education Officers regarding the fee issue.  The letter said, ‘Schools in Tamil Nadu have been closed again since April 24 due to the corona epidemic.  Following that, live classes for the 2021-22 academic year have not yet begun.  But there have been complaints that fees are being levied on schools in the current academic year.

The remaining 25 percent will be charged depending on the status of the corona epidemic.

Considering the current corona epidemic, only 75 per cent of private schools in Tamil Nadu have to charge tuition fees.  40% of the first installment can be collected by August 31.  The remaining 35% of the fee can be collected within 2 months after the start of live classes.  The remaining 25 per cent will be charged depending on the status of the corona epidemic.

Private schools in Tamil Nadu must collect only 40 percent of tuition fees in the first installment- School Education Department action.

Considering the current corona epidemic, only 75 per cent of private schools in Tamil Nadu have to charge tuition fees. 40% of the first installment can be collected by August 31. The remaining 35 percent of the fee can be collected within 2 months after the start of live classes. The remaining 25 percent will be charged depending on the status of the corona epidemic.

Although the government has already sent a circular, it has issued a second round of warnings.  There is a deadline of August 31 to pay the tuition.  So those who can’t afford school tuition can pay 40 percent of their fees by August 31st.  You may be relieved that the government will no longer announce when the remaining fees are due.