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  What are the latest business news? Business news - August 2020. 1) The Madras high court fined Patanjali INR10 lakh for chasing profit by exploiting public fear by projecting a COVID-19 cure. Where actually ‘Coronil’ is not a cure but rather an immunity booster. They wanted to do marketing their products however the court permanently banned ‘Coronil’. It is nothing we all know that it is marketing by saying the product is a cure or anything else. 2) Reserve Bank of India governor Shaktikanta Das on 6 august Thursday said that  India’s forex reserves have increased by $56.8 billion to $534.6 billion in the current financial year between April to July . This is equivalent to 13.4 months of imports, he added that India’s foreign exchange reserves crossed the  $500 billion  mark for the first time in July. Our foreign exchange is growing contiguously. 3) The Indian Railways launched the first  ‘Kisan Rail’  coaches on Friday. ‘Kisan Rail’ will help for faster transportation perishable fa

DECISION OF PUNJAB GOVERNMENT

DECISION OF PUNJAB GOVERNMENT REGARDING SCHOOL FEES


CHANDIGARH: Punjab Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla today said that the Punjab Government would appeal to the Double Bench regarding the decision of the Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana High Court regarding collection of fees by private schools during lockdown / curfew.  During a press conference at his office here at the Civil Secretariat, Mr. Singla said that the Punjab Government respects the decision of the High Court but the High Court has asked the High Court to reconsider the decision in view of the adverse impact on public works and economic downturn during the lockdown.  An appeal will be filed before a double bench of the apex court.
 He said that the High Court in its judgment had accepted the five arguments of the Punjab government and the arguments which were not accepted would be appealed to the double bench of the High Court for reconsideration.  He further said that in the interest of all parties involved in the case like parents, teachers, staff, school administrators and others, the Punjab government would take up the matter with LP against this decision in next two or three days.  A.  Will file.  Elaborating on the decision of the High Court, Mr. Singla said that the state government had taken a very strong stand in this case and in these cases the Advocate General himself appeared before the High Court.
 He said that the Punjab government had decided to give 100% salary to the teachers and other staff during the lockdown to the private schools, not to lay off any teacher or staff member, not to increase the fees in the academic session 2020-21, fees from the parents.  The court upheld decisions such as making arrangements for monthly or quarterly payments, waiving fees or considering granting concessions to the children of financially distressed parents, not depriving non-paying children of online or regular education.  Is kept.
 Mr. Singla said that the state government had decided that schools would not be able to charge any curfew / lockdown time except during summer vacation time.  In addition, schools that are enrolling or educating children online during a lockdown will be entitled to a tuition fee excluding building costs, transportation costs, and food expenses.  Which were not accepted by the court.  Similarly, the court in its judgment did not comment on the decision of the education department to take any decision on rational basis in the overall interest of school education.  He said that in the wider interest of all the parties, these points would be put before the court again for consideration.

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