Punjab education minister’s directions to private schools regarding books and uniforms
Punjab School Education Board came after taking note of reports suggesting exploitation of parents of school children by certain private schools.
Punjab Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla Saturday directed all private schools in the state to not force parents to buy books and uniforms from particular shops. The sale of uniforms and books within school premises has also been prohibited. The directives, meant for all private schools affiliated to the CBSE, ICSE and the Punjab School Education Board, came after taking note of reports suggesting exploitation of parents of school children by certain private schools.
Punjab Education minister’s directions:
On school uniform
The minister directed that the uniform once introduced in schools should be carried on for at least three years and no change in the color and design of the dress be introduced in that period.
“The details pertaining to design, color, texture, material, etc. should be uploaded on the school website so that parents may buy a ready-made uniform or get them to tailor made as per their choice and resources,” Singla said in an official release.
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