JAMMU, Feb 21: Executive members of central body of J&K Private Schools Association and members of Joint Action Committee Srinagar, called on the Minister for Education Sayed Altaf Bukhari today at his residence and presented a memorandum.
In the memorandum, the issues pertaining to the new education policy of the State Government to conduct the examination from class 5th to 9th & 11th under the ‘Review of no detention policy in the mid of session in which SIE is authorized to supervise the evaluation, serving of notices to the Private schools by the Fee Fixation Committee and constitution of new committee by the Government to examine and keep a check on fee structure of unaided private schools by engaging one more department i.e. FCS & CA, were discussed. Moreover internal autonomy of Private schools was demanded by the members for effective education system.
Minister for Education listened to the members patiently and said that none of us can ignore the services provided by the Private schools for the betterment of the society. I am really interested to streamline the whole process in which the Private schools, which are rendering yeomen services can flourish with out any fear psychosis, he added. He assured the members to ease their grievances with in a couple of days.
The members included in the deputation, were Prof J L Kotwal (Chairman J&K PSA), Kamal Gupta (president J&K PSA). G N Var )president Joint Action Committee Sgr), Rameshwar Mengi, Ajay Gupta , Sanjeev Luthra, Ajay Singh Kotwal, Chain Singh , Tariq Bali, Vaneet Gupta, Raja Shahzad and Vishwa Mohan Sharma.