Telangana Recognized School Managements’ Association has demanded that the State government classify private schools into A, B, C and D for providing subsidies to the schools which collected less than Rs.15,000 tuition fee from the students.
Speaking to mediapersons here on Monday, association president Kandala Papi Reddy demanded that the State government withdraw Property Tax on those private schools, which were running on no-profit basis. He also urged the government to delete private schools from commercial category and provide subsidised power. He also wanted the government to convert recognised private schools into English medium schools exempt them from EPF, ESI and Professional Tax.
Association general secretary Chinthala Ramchander demanded that the government to spare private schools from obtaining Fire Safety NOC certificate. He also warned that they would close the schools if the government failed to concede their demands within a month.
Ramchander said the association has extended support to Telangana Political JAC’s Telangana March to be held on September 30.