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CM Revanth Reddy: Meanwhile, there was a big discussion on social media regarding fees in an international school in the suburbs of Hyderabad. A photo is doing the rounds that a boy's father paid 1,50,000 fee for studying first class. Many people say that first class education is so expensive for a child. Some people commented that if they take 1,50,000 for the first class, they will charge 10 lakhs for the tent. Having said this, there are many examples of corporate fee oppression in Telangana state.

Due to the lack of proper educational facilities in government schools.. if there is any.. teachers do not teach properly.. most of the parents send their children to private schools. Although the state government claims to be running Gurukuls, Model Schools, Secondary Schools, Gurukula Colleges and Government Colleges, the standards are only limited. Moreover, if public representatives send their children to reputed schools and colleges, why do the rest of the people send their children to government schools and colleges? So .. Yatha Raja.. Thatha Praja.

Since the governments are not paying attention, the corporate education group is collecting fees in an indirect way. At least there is no basis for fees. Previously, corporate colleges and schools which were limited to cities like Hyderabad… today they have set up their branches in ordinary towns as well.

We have already mentioned that this corporate gang collects fees in a cross way.. But even in the matter of those fees, it is their will. Corporate colleges are acting tyrannically as governments do not care at all. Recently there have been incidents of students committing suicide in many colleges in Hyderabad city because they could not pay the fees. Complaints were also sent directly to Chief Minister Revanth Reddy. In this background, it seems that the Revanth government will take a decision to clamp down on the administrators of private schools and colleges. Propaganda is getting ready to crack the whip on corporate colleges. It is reported that the government is planning to bring a new law to prevent colleges from collecting fees as they wish. Government sources say that there is a possibility of bringing the law in the Legislative Assembly after the elections. With the recent flood of complaints from parents, it seems that the government is working to control the fees. It is reported that the officials of the education department have already received orders from the government.

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