Private schools demand AP govt to revoke GO number 53 on fee structure

K M Dayashankar

Private schools launch campaign of ‘save education and save schools’


KARIMNAGAR: All the private educational institutions of Andhra Pradesh and the Telangana state in association with the National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA) have raised a banner of revolt against the Andhra Pradesh state government against the controversial GO number 53, which was detrimental in the interest of the private budget schools.

The representatives of Andhra Pradesh private un-aided schools management association (APPUSMA), the Telangana recognised schools management association (TRSMA) and the NISA have met in Hyderabad on Saturday to chalk out their agitations against the GO number 53 of AP government. Demanding the government to revoke GO number 53, they said that GO was against the interests and very survival of the private budget schools and displacement of private school teachers.

NISA president Dr Kulbhushan Sharma, NISA advisor of international affairs Dr Paranjyothi, NISA vice president S Madhusudhan, APPUSMA state president MV Ramachandra Reddy, general secretary KV Tulasi Vishnu Prasad, TRSMA state president Y Shekhar Rao, APPUSMA founder president Janardhan Reddy, representatives from Tamil Nadu, Karnakata, Delhi, Haryana and other states had also attended programme.

With the slogan of Save education –save schools campaign, the private budget school representatives said that over 2,000 private budget schools  have been closed and several correspondents have committed suicide unable to clear the debts due to the pandemic influenced lockdown and closure of the schools. The government decision with new GO number 53 on fee structure would deal a further blow to the private budget schools, who were yet to limp to back to normalcy due to the Covid-19, they stated.

The implementation of the GO would force the closure of more than 85 per cent of the schools, they stated and added that the private teachers and other non-teaching staff would become unemployed. They said that they were forced to approach the court against the controversial GO, which had put the education sector into crisis in the AP state.

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