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The five member committee fee regulatory committee has prescribed a maximum fee limit of Rs.24,000 per student per annum for primary education and Rs.30,000 for high school. The hikes are to be effected from the next academic year.

It also make some far reaching recommendations related to fixing of fee, multiple heads of fee, transportation and sale of books and stationary by schools. The committee submitted its report to the School Educational Department on Friday. A member of the committee and Commissioner of Collegiate Education, Luv Agarwal says that they have suggested the limits after studying the accounting practices in schools. He said that this does not mean that all the schools can collect the maximum prescribed amount.

The fee would be decided after taking into the legitimate expenditure incurred by the school. In any case it should not exceed the prescribed limit. The committee members have suggested that there would not be any fee hike for the current academic year and in the case of schools which have already collected the fee, they should adjust it for the next term, he said.

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