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The Directorate of Education (DoE) received the audit report of about 250 more schools on Friday. The report has been submitted by the Chartered Accountant firm hired by the Directorate to audit the accounts of all the private schools to decide upon the fee revision after the implementation of the sixth pay commission. The DoE is to submit the report to the Justice Anil Dev Committee on Monday. The DoE, that has recently made a payment of `49 lakh to the committee, is to write to all schools on Monday for payment of `10,000 against the payment made to the committee.
Justice Anil Dev Committee was constituted by the Delhi High Court in 2011 to audit the accounts of all the public schools after the school decided to hike the tuition fee after the implementation of the sixth pay commission. The Committee so far has audited the accounts of about 200 schools and has submitted its report to the court. The DoE has instructed the firm to submit the same to the Committee on Monday. The committee is to submit the same to the court in the next hearing scheduled on September 28. Accounts of about 1,200 private schools of Delhi are to be audited, before the court gives its verdict on hiking the tuition fees in Delhi schools.
Meanwhile, the DoE is to write to all the schools on Monday to make a payment of `10,000 each against the consultancy charges to be paid to the court committee. “Our office has made the payment to the committee. The court has asked the schools to bear this cost. The schools however cannot charge the same from the students,” said the senior official at the DoE. The parent body is hopeful that the court will soon give its verdict on the issue.