The Uttar Pradesh government directed all the schools, irrespective of the board they are affiliated to, not to hike the fees for the academic session 2021-22 in the interest of the students and parents. This was announced by the Deputy Chief Minister, Dr. Dinesh Sharma on Thursday. A mandate to this effect has also been issued by the state government.

Dr. Sharma said, 'many families have been financially affected due to COVID-19. Schools are shut down but online class continues. This is a small effort made by the state government in order to provide relief to parents who have suffered pay cuts or had low business due to the pandemic lockdown and are facing problems paying school fees.'

He further added that the schools will charge fees for the academic session 2021-22 as per the same fee structure which was implemented for the year 2019-20. If a school has charged fees according to the increased fee structure, this increased fee will be adjusted in the fees for the following months. Transportation charges will not be charged during the period of school closure. He also said that the fees for activities like computers, sports, library, science labs, should also not be charged to the students.
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