Private recognized unaided schools not to ask for fees for more than one month together: DHC

The Delhi High Court recently ruled that a private recognized unaided school is not entitled to ask for fees for more than one (1) month together.

The Court said that “Director of Education has no power to issue circulars which will be in violation of statutory rules. Rules 165 and 166 (Delhi School Education Rules, 1973) are statutory in character. Once rules are statutory in character it is not possible for Director of Education to issue circulars in violation of these rules whereby fees can be allowed to be charged by a school otherwise than every month and which is payable by the 10th day of the month in which the fees become due.”

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