New Delhi, Mar 12: All tuition based schools in the national capital will now get Rs 300 more for every youngster from Delhi Government as repayment for affirmations under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) class from the up and coming scholastic session.
The choice to expand the sum comes after Deputy Education clergyman Manish Sisodia got objections from different non-public schools against “negligible sum” repaid by the legislature to them for permitting understudies under EWS class.
“The legislature in a matter of seconds repays an altered add up to tuition based schools in lieu of taking confirmation of understudies who have a place with this segment. In any case, various protestations were gotten about the sum being less,” a senior Directorate of Education (DoE) official told.
“It has now been chosen that the sum will be raised to Rs 1598 from Rs 1290,” the authority included.
Amid the progressing confirmation for passage level classes, the administration has allocated more than 26,600 seats through electronic draws under the EWS classification, a trial that has been presented by the Delhi government surprisingly.