The Fee Fixation and Regulatory Committee (FFRC) in Jammu and Kashmir on Monday directed a number one non-public college to permit its college students to take exams even when their mother and father haven’t paid the tutoring charges.
“What is important is the education of (the) child. The issue of tuition fee will be resolved, which the parent has to pay. Non-payment of tuition fee cannot be the reason for stopping students from taking examinations,” the FFRC stated in an order to Delhi Public School Budgam.
Acting on a criticism filed by a dad or mum after his daughter was not allowed to seem in on-line examination, the committee famous that the strategy of the college is prima facie in violation of the newest Supreme Court judgement. ”School administration to make sure that the coed takes the examination and report compliance in the course of the course of the day, failing which motion in accordance with regulation will probably be taken,” it added.
The committee, which is headed by a retired High Court decide, will take up the matter once more on Tuesday.