Issue of TCs, Collecting Fee from Students private unaided schools Instructions Memo.No ESE02-13/1/2022-EST3-CSE Date: 19/02/2022
Sub: School Education – WP.No.9606 of 2021 filed by M/s Andhra Pradesh Private Unaided Schools Managements Associations (APPUSMA), Rep by its Genl. Secretary, Sri K Tulasi Vishnu Prasad R/o 5-145, Lalpuram, Guntur Final orders, dated: 27-10-2021 in W.P. No. 9606/2021 Communicated – Reg.
Ref: Final Orders of the Hon’ble HC in WP.No.9606 of 2021, Dt:27.10.2021.
The attention of all the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State is invited to the reference. read above, wherein the Hon’ble High Court of AP has issued final orders in WP.No.9606 of 2021 filed by M/s. Andhra Private Unaided Schools Managements Associations(APPUSMA), Rep by its Gen.Secretary, 893 Sri K. Tulasi Vishnu Prasad, R/o 5-145, Lalpuram, Guntur. The following ithe true extract of the High Court orders:
Accordingly, while sustaining the impugned proceedings in Rc.No.13029/11/2020-EST3-CSE, dated: 27.10.2020 the respondent authorities are directed not to force the Managements of Private unaided schools to handover the Transfer Certificates and other relevant records of the students migrating from those schools to other educational institutions by not insisting the payment of their legal dues. It is directed that at such instances, the private unaided school managements can collect 50% of legally permissible dues from the concerned students and forthwith handover their T.Cs and other relevant records of the students and collect the balance amount within six(6) monthly installments by obtaining proper undertaking from the parents/guardians of the students.
The Writ Petition is accordingly disposed of. No costs. As a sequel, interlocutory applications pending, if any, shall stand closed”.
Therefore, all the Regional Joint Director’s of School Education and District Educational Officers in the State are requested to take further action in the matter as per the orders of the Hon’ble High Court without fail.