CBSE Board Exam Fees: Delhi's Directorate of Education urged, government school board fees should be waived

Khushbu Kumari Jha
26/09/2021 14:42 IST
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The Directorate is receiving requests from many parents expressing their inability to deposit the examination fee due to the loss of income due to the current pandemic.

New Delhi.CBSE Board Exam Fees: The Directorate of Education (DOE) of Delhi has written a letter to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) asking it to charge the board examination fees of 10th and 12th classes for the students of government schools in view of the 'economic effects of Kovid-19'. asked to forgive.

DoE Director Uditprakash Rai said that the directorate has been receiving requests from many parents expressing their inability to deposit the examination fee due to loss of income due to the current pandemic.

The letter written by the directorate on September 23 said the pandemic has caused business disruptions and job cuts and economic crises around the world. The pandemic has badly affected all aspects of life. Due to the current Kovid epidemic, on one hand, many families lost their loved ones while many people became unemployed.

It said, after a long time, formal education once started in schools. Now the problem of filling the examination fee of the Central Board of Secondary Education has arisen in front of the parents.

Citing the 'economic impact' of the pandemic, Rai called for one-time-only for students of class 10 and 12 of all government-aided schools, correspondence schools, New Delhi Municipal Council, Delhi Cantonment Board, Social Welfare Department schools. As a measure, requested to waive the examination fee for 2021-22.

Category: India: Delhi

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