Bengaluru: Parents’ committee demands Education Department to make list of 1645 unauthorized schools public

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Published November 5, 2023 at 2:46pm

    There are a total of 1,645 unapproved schools across Karnataka

    Education department has yet to take appropriate action

    Parents plan protests against education department if it fails action

There are a total of 1,645 unapproved schools across the state, with 871 of them located within the capital city. Many hardworking parents strive day in and day out, investing substantial sums of money in private schools to ensure their children receive a quality education.

Acknowledging the issue, the Education Minister himself has confirmed the existence of 1,645 unauthorized schools in the state, including those in Bengaluru City. However, the education department has yet to take appropriate action, continuously altering their response, leading to mounting frustration among parents.

The proliferation of unapproved schools in the state has become a cause for concern among parents. The enrollment process for the 2023-24 academic year has already commenced in Bengaluru, with numerous schools initiating admissions for the upcoming year. The lack of clear information about these unapproved schools is causing a dilemma for parents, making it challenging for them to decide which institution to enroll their children in.

Consequently, the Education department has initiated a parents’ committee, demanding that the list of 1,645 unauthorized schools identified by the department be made public through the press, social media, or prominently displayed on the department’s notice board in front of the unauthorized schools. Failure to comply could result in widespread protests by parents against the education department.

This lack of transparency has heightened tensions among parents, while the Education Minister and the Commissioner have remained silent, providing no information to the media.

Bengaluru: Parents’ committee demands Education Department to make list of 1645 unauthorized schools public

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    There are a total of 1,645 unapproved schools across Karnataka

    Education department has yet to take appropriate action

    Parents plan protests against education department if it fails action

There are a total of 1,645 unapproved schools across the state, with 871 of them located within the capital city. Many hardworking parents strive day in and day out, investing substantial sums of money in private schools to ensure their children receive a quality education.

Acknowledging the issue, the Education Minister himself has confirmed the existence of 1,645 unauthorized schools in the state, including those in Bengaluru City. However, the education department has yet to take appropriate action, continuously altering their response, leading to mounting frustration among parents.

The proliferation of unapproved schools in the state has become a cause for concern among parents. The enrollment process for the 2023-24 academic year has already commenced in Bengaluru, with numerous schools initiating admissions for the upcoming year. The lack of clear information about these unapproved schools is causing a dilemma for parents, making it challenging for them to decide which institution to enroll their children in.

Consequently, the Education department has initiated a parents’ committee, demanding that the list of 1,645 unauthorized schools identified by the department be made public through the press, social media, or prominently displayed on the department’s notice board in front of the unauthorized schools. Failure to comply could result in widespread protests by parents against the education department.

This lack of transparency has heightened tensions among parents, while the Education Minister and the Commissioner have remained silent, providing no information to the media.

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