INDIA: The Basavaraj Bommai-led BJP government is accused of levying corruption in Karnataka. The Associated Managements of Primary and Secondary Schools, along with the unanimous Private Schools Management Association, penned a letter to attract the attention of PM Narendra Modi. About 13,000 schools unitedly raised their complaint against the same.
The letter says, “Unscientific, irrational, discriminatory and noncompliance norms are applied to only unaided private schools, and huge corruption is in place.”
The educational association filed enormous complaints and requested state education minister BC Nagesh to look into the matter, but he failed to do so. Thus, they demand their education minister resign from his post.
The organisation claims, “The education ministry is impatient to listen, comprehend, and address the pathetic state of the entire system. Instead of schools that are commercialising education by allowing more and more investors to set up shop, which directly increases parent costs per child, two different BJP ministers did a lot of damage to budget schools.”
The association highlighted vital points that the government failed to work upon. They write, “The education minister has no concern to liberalise the rigid norms and frame rules and regulation that both public and private schools can practically and physically implement without burdening parents and students,” read the complaint.
According to them, prescribed textbooks haven’t been dispatched to the institutes yet after the commencement of the new academic year. The concerned organisation requested PM Modi to look into the matter because it is a matter of a child’s life.
The Karnataka education ministry is worried about their bribery, thus spoiling the lives of the children. A proper investigation should be conducted into the following matter.
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