CM Sindh warns public sector schools against collecting exam fee

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has stated that the provincial executive would undergo all of the bills on the subject of examinations of sophistication IX to XII enrolled in public sector instructional establishments. Therefore, no public faculty or instructional board is entitled to gather exam fee.

He issued those directives whilst taking realize of the media stories that the schools are collecting exam fee from the scholars of sophistication IX and XII at the floor that the federal government has now not issued such notification.

He added that he had issued transparent directives and had authorized the finances for the aim. The faculty schooling division has issued a notification dated April 20, 2017.

The leader minister stated that he would now not tolerate this kind of negligence and “all of the schools are hereby directed to prevent selection of registration, enrolment and annual exam fee from the scholars enrolled in executive schools,” he and added differently strict motion can be taken against the delinquents.

The notification issued for the aim on April 20, 2017 reads as “With the approval of the competent authority, the varsity schooling division, executive of Sindh will undergo all of the bills when it comes to registration, enrolment and annual exam charges for all of the scholars of sophistication IX to IIX enrolled in public sector instructional establishments within the province of Sindh with instant impact.”

The leader minister thru secretary faculty schooling has issued directives to all of the executive schools and schools to enforce the notification in true letter and spirit.

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