Mumbai: Inquiry against city’s deputy director of education after complaint from parent activist

Mumbai: Inquiry against city’s deputy director of education after complaint from parent activist

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Mumbai: Inquiry against the city’s deputy director of education subject matter of complaints differs between schools that do not abide by regulations on the Fee Regulation Act to no actions against schools that deny learning accessible to students during pandemics due to not paying fees. As per the complaints, these concerns were not addressed by Sangave.

Mumbai: Inquiry against city’s deputy director of education

An inquiry has been launched against the Director of the Deputy Department of Education, Mumbai, Sandeep Sangave following numerous complaints received from parents. The nature of complaints differs from schools that are not complying with rules of the Fee Regulation Act to no actions against schools that deny learning the children have access during pandemics due to not paying fees. In the case of the complainant, the issues were ignored by Sangave.

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Mumbai: Inquiry against city’s deputy director of education

The details came to light following the complaint of Nitin Dalvi received a response to his RTI request for a progress review of his complaints. According to this information, the deputy director of Education Nitin Upasani, who is currently the chairman of the Mumbai Division of Maharashtra State Board is expected to conduct an inquiry. The order was given by the director of education (Secondary) Mahesh Palkar.

When asked, San gave, said the actions taken conformed with the regulations, and the truth will emerge after the investigation. David however, has plans to go to the court should no action be taken within one month.

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