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Madras HC Permits Private Educational Institutions to Collect 85% Annual School Fee - (02 Aug 2021)


Madras High Court has permitted private unaided educational institutions to collect 85% of the annual school fee payable for the current academic year, i.e. 2021-22 in six instalments from parents who have not suffered any form of financial loss during the pandemic period. However, the Court made it clear that no student shall be restrained from attending online classes or taking exams or expelled from the institution on account of non-payment of fees.


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