KUSMA lashes out at Education Department


The Karnataka Unaided School Managements’ Association (KUSMA) lashed out against the Education Department for not renewing the recognition of private unaided schools with student strength less than 25 in class 10.

The association in a release said that the rule applying to aided schools was a fair argument as the government grants aid, but it could not be imposed on private unaided schools. “A few member schools want to enrol very few students in each class so that they can focus on their education. Who has given the Education Department the authority to tell a private unaided school that it cannot limit student strength for quality purpose,” the association said in the release.

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