On Monday the Sindh High Court (SHC) has barred the private schools from charging fees for the month of July.
According to the details, the SHC has taken up the plea filed against the private schools for charging the fees for the month of July. The court said that it has already barred the private schools from charging the fees of two months on account of summer vacations in its previous verdict.
The counsel of private school explained to the court, that the parents who are approaching courts are not paying fees of their children and that the case is under trial in the top court of the country.
To this, the SHC directed the parents to pay fees within 3 days and asked the schools to withdraw fees voucher of 1 month, which has been issued for the span of summer vacations.
The court later ended the hearing session of the case until the 20th of this month.
It is pertinent to mention that last month, the Sindh High Court had given the orders to the privately-owned schools to stop the recovery of advance fees of more than 1 month from the students.
The court has asked for the justification of getting the fees for the month of June and July when the academic session ends in the month of May.
The bench had mentioned that it would be illegal to receive fees for the period of vacations after the end of the academic session.