Sindh High Court wants action against schools failing to comply with court orders on fees

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The Sindh High Court on Monday told the Director General Schools to continue taking action against private schools that fail to implement its previous order restraining schools from increasing their tuition fee by more than five per cent per annum.

The high court on December 3 also ordered private schools to restore the fee structure in place on September 20, 2017, and reimburse any fees they may have charged from parents in excess of it.

In today’s hearing regarding the implementation of the above order, the DG Schools was also asked to provide, on Feb 25, the court details of fees that are to be returned to parents in compliance with the court’s orders.

Earlier in the hearing, after repeatedly asking the DG what actions he may take against schools that do not follow the court’s orders, the judges remarked that it seems that he (the DG Schools) had been appointed “solely because he cannot do anything.”

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