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Govt to devise mechanism for private schools: Baleegh

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Education Engineer Baleegh-Ur-Rehman Thursday said the government would devise a comprehensive mechanism to regulate working of private schools while tuition fees increased by them would be reduced by upto 50 per cent. Talking to PTV, he said extraordinary increase in school fees had created difficulty for parents to manage their...

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 17, 2015 | Last Updated: 6 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Sep 17, 2015 | Last Updated: 6 years ago

ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Education Engineer Baleegh-Ur-Rehman Thursday said the government would devise a comprehensive mechanism to regulate working of private schools while tuition fees increased by them would be reduced by upto 50 per cent.

Talking to PTV, he said extraordinary increase in school fees had created difficulty for parents to manage their monthly house expenditures.

He said the government was talking steps and it would resolve the recent fee increase issue.

"The government is focusing on improving quality of education and other facilities in public sector schools so that parents should not opt for private schools for their children," he said.

The minister said Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (PEIRA) was already there to monitor the working standards of private schools and it would be made more efficient so that issues like

fees hike should not arise again. --APP
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