The Karnataka Unaided School Management’s Association (KUSMA) will not change its stance on refusing to admit students under the Right to Education (RTE) Act quota in the coming academic year until seats in government and aided schools are full.

The decision came after a meeting with the Commissioner for Public Instruction (CPI) on Monday. However, CPI Mohammad Mohsin said: “If the association has a problem, they need to approach the judiciary or Parliament,” he said.

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