COVID-19 caused damage to livelihood, schools should rise to the occasion: Karnataka High Court in plea against GO capping school fees at 70%

The order was passed in petitions challenging the January 29 government order directing private, unaided educational institutions to collect only 70 per cent fees for the academic year 2020-21 in view of COVID-19.
COVID-19 caused damage to livelihood, schools should rise to the occasion: Karnataka High Court in plea against GO capping school fees at 70%
High Court of Karnataka, KJ George

The Karnataka High Court has directed State authorities to refrain from taking any coercive steps against members of the Association of Indian Schools (AIS) for any breaches of the government order mandating collection of only 70% tuition fees for the academic year 2020-21 (Association of India Schools v. State of Karnataka).

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