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JKPSCC alleges discouragement by officials of school education deptt
11/20/2018 9:47:32 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 20: To express its resentment against the harsh attitude of government officials of education department, Jammu and Kashmir Private School Coordination Committee (JKPSCC) organized a press conference here today.
President of JKPSCC Rameshwar Singh Manhas, working President Dr Dutt Shishu and working members of JKPSCC condemned discouraging system of governance who instead of acknowledging the efforts of these self sustained institutions always tries to cut them short by creating hurdles in their smooth functioning.
Working President Dr Dutt Shishu said that JKPSCC had earlier suggested the government to implement one common uniform to students of the state so that the uniform is available at all the shops thus making no profit.
Dr Dutt made it clear that school owners have nothing to do with the pricing of uniform and also suggested that government should check shop keepers to keep a control on pricing of uniform. However, presently schools have to recommend shops to parents as all shop keepers do not keep uniforms of all the schools.
"Use of books is a very serious issue since all Central Board of School Education schools use books of private publications which are enriched with updated content, quality, digital content, teacher resource material," said Dr Dutt.
He added that government should form an expert panel to analyze the books of private publications and issue list of 5 to 7 good publications so that shopkeepers maintain stocks of all the books.
President of JKPSCC Rameshwar Singh Manhas said, "Time and again JKPSCC has demanded to take into account all the stake holders like parents, schools and government and set an upper limit for all the schools to charge which include monthly fee annual charges and other charges".
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