The Telangana government has served fresh notices on 162 schools seeking explanation for their exorbitant fee structure.

The schools, including so me sporting international tag, were served notices after an audit found them flouting various norms, including fee hike. While education department officials said the notices were served in March, the matter came to light on Monday after an executive committee member of the Hyderabad Schools Parents Association (HSPA) shared the notices on an instant messaging service platform. The same schools were served notices in

April 2016 too for the same reason though no action has been initiated again.

“It's true that we served notices on several schools for flouting norms. This will be considered final notice,“ Hyderabad district education officer (DEO) Ramesh said. In the Hyderabad district limits alone, 54 schools were served notices. “Last year, the schools submitted their replies, but we did not find them satisfactory . Hence, we issued notices again this year. While schools have sent their fresh replies, it's up to higher authorities now to take action,“ he said.

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