JKPSCC discusses ‘Autonomy of Pvt Schools-Financial & Academic Aspects’

Members of Pvt Schools Coordination Committee at a conclave organized at Jammu on Sunday.
Members of Pvt Schools Coordination Committee at a conclave organized at Jammu on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 30: Jammu Kashmir Private Schools Coordination Committee (JKPSCC) organized a conclave on the topic ‘Autonomy of Private schools – Financial and Academic Aspects’, here today.
The conclave was attended by different associations, including Chenab Valley Association and Private Schools Association Kashmir. The agenda of the meeting was to work out the modalities to chalk out line of action, how all associations can work together and fight for the redressal of the issues of private schools.
Rameshwar Singh Manhas, president JKPSCC presented the agenda which included coordination of all associations, issues of fee fixation and legal protection to the private schools.
Dheeraj Gupta, executive member of JKPSCC, made Power Point presentation highlighting the various fee structures adopted by different States while Balkaran Singh, Coordinator, focused on the objectives of the education and role of private schools.
Dr Hari Dutt Shishu, working president of JKPSCC, assured the delegates from Valley that private schools coordination committee has emerged as a force in Jammu province and it always stands like rock when ever there is injustice to any private school and hence dignity and self respect of the promoters of private schools is always on the top of its agenda. He further said that Private Schools Coordination Committee will always work hand in hand with our Kashmir counter parts both in the interest of private schools as well as the students.
G N War, president of Private Schools Association Kashmir, while addressing the gathering, said that the focus should be more on unity and finally it forms the basis where they can always fight for justice and get their issues resolved. He proposed to have joint conferences, one in Jammu and one in Kashmir, annually to discuss issues of private schools and to ensure its smooth functioning. He further said that the unity will certainly teach Government a lesson, which always issues draconian orders without taking private schools on board.
Rameshwar Singh Manhas, while delivering concluding remarks, hoped that such type of interactions shall be fruitful for the promotion and growth of schools in the long run.
Others who spoke on the occasion, included; Sanjeet Kumar Sharma, Hafiz, Khursheed Ahmed, Dinesh Sharma, Mahipal Sharma, Tariq Wani , Sat Pal Badyal, Pardeep Singh, Mansoor Ahmed, Kursheed Bismal and Rajesh Sharma.


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