New Delhi, Aug. 12 -- : All India Parents Association (AIPA) has strongly opposed the decision by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to double the fees of Class X and XII board examinations from Rs 750 to Rs 1,500.
Calling it "unconstitutional", advocate and president of All India Parents Association, Ashok Aggarwal said that the decision by the CBSE will be challenged in the court.
"This major hike in fees is unconstitutional and totally against the right to education of students. This fee hike will be challenged soon in court. The CBSE is discharging public functions and is governed by Article 14 of Constitution and therefore bound to act proactive towards educational needs of children of masses," he said.
The parents associa...