The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has directed to complete the school level enrollment within a week.
In the contingency action plan prepared by the Ministry of Education, it is mentioned that the school is yet to be enrolled and the transferred students should be enrolled by the second week of October.
According to the action plan, the teachers should reach the workplace within the first week of October, conduct the teacher door-to-door program and the textbooks should reach the hands of the students within the second year of October.
Fee review by the second week of September
An action plan has been formulated to review the fees charged by private and institutional schools by the second week of September.
The Student Learning Facilitation Guideline issued by the ministry earlier said that the fees charged by the school will be subject to the prevailing law and will be as approved by the local level.
The ministry has stated that the schools should get their fees approved by the concerned municipalities within the next one week.
Demand to reduce the fee by half
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There is a demand from parents that schools should not charge full fees as they normally do on the basis of online classes. Subash Bhandari, president of the Institutional School Parents Association, says that transitional fees should be fixed. He says, “You can’t charge more than 50 percent of the monthly fee at such a time.”
Keshav Puri, president of the Parents’ Association of Nepal, says that no charge should be levied on untapped food, unused transport, laboratory, and library. Puri suggests that parents should not forget that parents have also been hit by lockouts and restrictions when boarding fees are set.