Tuition fees of not more than 24 months from June 1, 2019 can be collected, the notice says
The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education (DSHE) has warned of action if any allegation of realising extra money is unearthed from the candidates of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination in the year 2021.
“Necessary action will be taken for realising extra money from the HSC appeared candidates,” according to a notice issued by the department on Friday.
Tuition fees of not more than 24 months from June 1, 2019 till June 30, 2021 of the particular institute along with schedule board fees will have to be realised from the HSC candidates, reads the notice.
The DSHE also warns all concerned, including the heads of the institutes, that they should not ask the guardians and students to come to the institute to fill up the HSC examination forms.