New Delhi: The Delhi government has decided to take over the school management in view of complaints of arbitrariness of a private school. The Delhi government has taken this decision after continuous complaints from parents against Swami Sivanand Memorial School located in Punjabi Bagh.
According to the information received from the Delhi government, the parents had complained that the school was charging arbitrary fees from the children. The Right to Education (RTE) Act was also being violated by the school. Children are being deliberately forced by the school to fail in the examination and study in the same class again.
The Delhi government had constituted an inquiry committee based on the complaints of the parents. The inquiry committee found irregularities in the functioning of the school and stated in its report that the complaints made by the parents regarding the school are true. The school was found guilty of arbitrarily collecting fees and violating the RTE Act. After giving the report by the committee, the school management was given an opportunity to present its side, but the school management could not give any explanation.
After the allegations against the school were proved, the Delhi government decided to take over the management of the school and started appropriate proceedings to take over the management of the school under the Delhi School Education Act 1973.
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