FONRWA up in arms against Noida schools for arbitrarily hiking fees
Parents in UP's satellite town Noida are up in arms against schools in the city for proposing another fee hike. The Federation of Noida Residents’ Welfare Association (FONRWA) has written a letter to the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in order to acknowledge him with this problem.
Parents are getting raising their voice
against city schools, who has proposed another fee hike on their own
will. The Federation of Noida
Residents’ Welfare Association
(FONRWA) has written a letter to Uttar Pradesh
Akhilesh Yadav in order to lighten up this problem. They are
demanding for a strict action from Akhilesh Yadav's govt against the
random fee hikes in city schools.
FONRWA held a meeting with RWA and has observed that the
instances of random fee hikes in public schools have increased. The
federation has opposed such initiative of school and it actually came
out with an eight-point demand list. That list is expected to be
considered by all public schools in the city. And if there demands
were not met with immediate effect they will protest.
There demands are like:
· Quota for RWA
· School should
provide students with all facility which they needed for.
· They all should
be allowed to buy uniform from market rather taking it from school.
· New government
schools in Noida.
· Students should
be provided with school bus with guard.
· Random fee hike
should be stop.