After the complaints, JKBOSE take action against seven schools

After the complaints, JKBOSE take action against seven schools

By: Musaib Iqbal MK


According to the various news agencies reporting on the action taken by Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education regarding the complaints received from the parents that they were harassed allegedly by these schools, seven schools received the action.

Reports said that on Saturday, Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education suspended all the Board related facilities for academic session 2020-2021 of seven schools over non-implementation of government, fee fixation committee orders and “harassment” to parents as reported by them.

Quoting the order of Joint Secretary JKBOSE, news agency GNS has said that facilities suspended include Registration Returns (PR), Permission-cum-Admission (PCA) forms of SSE (Class 10th), HSE-I (Class 11th) and HSE-II (Class 12th) in respect of these seven schools. The action against the private schools follows orders of Director School Education Kashmir, citing non-implementation of government/fee fixation committee orders and “harassment of parents”.

The facilities shall remain suspended till these schools furnish NOC(s) from the office of the Director School Education Kashmir, reads the Joint Secretary’s order,

The seven schools include Iqbal Memorial Institute (Boys & Girls Wings) Bemina, Srinagar; Holy Faith Presentation School, Canal Avenue, Rawalpora Srinagar; Hat Trick Public School Zakura Srinagar; Tiny Hearts School Tengpora, Bye-Pass Srinagar; Green Valley Educational Institute, Illahi Bagh Buchpora Srinagar; JK Public School Humhama Budgam and Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School, Raj Bagh Srinagar.

“Accordingly, all the concerned are directed not to entertain any affairs of the above Schools, till further instructions from this office,” the Joint Secretary added.

With inputs from GNS

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