Private Schools Served an Ultimatum by The District

Private-Schools-Served-an-UHyderabad: The private schools in Hyderabad have been served an ultimatum by the district administration to “perform or perish“ this year. Government has served to private schools in the city with aggregate pass percentage of less than 50%.Anyways the school management put blame on parents.

Out of 829 state boards private school in Hyderabad and aggregate pass percentage in the exam stands the 50 percent marks. K. Nirmala the Hyderabad district collector told that they would shut done if their record doesn’t improve this year and asked the teacher to take the responsibility for individual students.

“Parents pay fees and trust in private schools to deliver the results. And lot of these schools are not faring any better than government schools”.

Hyderabad education officer M. Somi Reddy said “The academic record is very bad in many schools and two or three students out of 10 or 20 pass the Board exams and they blame parents for these the school management is responsible. Next 15 days initiate special classes for them “Notices have been served to them based on past years records. We will see the result in the upcoming Board exams if it shut down.

“Results have been said that schools are mostly located in slum areas or in the old city. Parents don’t cooperate with the school. And private schools strive for results and lack of cooperation from parents is a hindrance

Medaram Jathara

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