Bengaluru: Is State Government protecting private schools?; parents raise concerns

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07-02-2024

    More than 1600 schools have been marked as unauthorised

    Information is not available in the official website

    Parents are faced with additional burdens

Is the State Government protecting private schools? The admissions for the year 2024-2025 have begun. Parents have begun admitting their children into schools. In the previous year, parents were faced with additional burdens on account of unauthorised schools. A similar predicament awaits them this year. The parents are in need of complete information before taking an action with regard to the admission of their wards. 

Several private schools are running even without authorisation from the government. Parents are demanding details of this from the government.  The list of unauthorised schools has not been released by the government. Even in the official website of the Karnataka School Education Department, information pertaining to unauthorised schools is not available. There have been speculations that this is being done in order to protect private schools.  More than 1600 schools have been marked as unauthorised by the government. No action has been initiated against these schools so far. Yogananda, President of the Karnataka Private School Parents Association Coordination Committee, speaking exclusively to NewsFirst brought these issues to light. 

Bengaluru: Is State Government protecting private schools?; parents raise concerns

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    More than 1600 schools have been marked as unauthorised

    Information is not available in the official website

    Parents are faced with additional burdens

Is the State Government protecting private schools? The admissions for the year 2024-2025 have begun. Parents have begun admitting their children into schools. In the previous year, parents were faced with additional burdens on account of unauthorised schools. A similar predicament awaits them this year. The parents are in need of complete information before taking an action with regard to the admission of their wards. 

Several private schools are running even without authorisation from the government. Parents are demanding details of this from the government.  The list of unauthorised schools has not been released by the government. Even in the official website of the Karnataka School Education Department, information pertaining to unauthorised schools is not available. There have been speculations that this is being done in order to protect private schools.  More than 1600 schools have been marked as unauthorised by the government. No action has been initiated against these schools so far. Yogananda, President of the Karnataka Private School Parents Association Coordination Committee, speaking exclusively to NewsFirst brought these issues to light. 

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