For running educational institution one has to take a no objection certificate (NOC) from the state government, which clearly states that there will be no unjustified hike in fee, Upadhyay said.
Fee hike should be commensurate with facilities, the officer said, adding that the administration can audit their accounts and can recommend withdrawal of NOC.
"Further private schools managements generally say majority of parents have paid the hiked fee. This does not justify the increase.
"Complaints by even a few parents is enough to order an inquiry. The district administration can seek their balance sheet and investigate," Upadhyay said.
"We have to investigate whether fee charges are commensurate with facilities as per permissible norms," the DIOS said.
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