Board Exams 2023: Parents write to the CM after several Delhi school refuse to release student's admit cards due to unpaid fees.

Pranay Trivedi

Pranay Trivedi

Delhi Parent’s Association demanded legal action against schools withholding admit card for board exams in a letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena.

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The Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena have received a letter from the Delhi Parent’s Association (DPA) asking legal action against the schools that stopped issuing board exam admit cards to students due to unpaid fees.

The letter has also been sent to the Central Board of Secondary Education, National Human Rights Commission, and National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) (CBSE).

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“Schools are refusing to release the admit cards of students scheduled to take board exams, stating unpaid fees. While the majority of schools are requesting incorrect fees, schoolchildren are being blackmailed with not being permitted to attend the exams, the DPA claimed in its letter.

“The students’ futures and lives are in jeopardy. The DPA claimed that several institutions had disregarded a court order regarding payments.

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