Schools to face action over advance fees

LAHORE, June 22(Daily Times): The Education Department on Thursday directed all executive district officers (Education), directors of public instruction (Elementary Education) and directors of public instruction (Secondary Education), to initiate action against private educational institutions charging three months fees in advance for the summer vacations and cancel their registrations under the Private Institutions Promotion Regulations Rules Ordinance of 1984.

According to an official handout issued on Thursday, officers of the department have been asked to bound the managements of private schools to receive only a month's fee on fixed dates every month, instead of receiving three months fees in advance.



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