Tribune News Service
Rohtak, June 16
Having made many rounds of the local education office, parents of several children belonging to economically weaker section (EWS), who were allotted private schools under Rule 134-A of the RTE Act, have approached CM window for the admission of their wards.
In their complaint, the parents have not only accused the private schools of playing with future of their children, but also charged the education authority of not paying attention to their problem.
Sarita of Sanghi village said many parents were upset following denial of admission to their wards by private schools. They had run from pillar to post but to no avail.
Adarsh Rajan, Block Education Officer (BEO), said: “Parents need not worry about admission to their ward. There is a technical issue with admission in two schools and their cases have been sent to the state headquarters for resolution. Except those, all other schools are — as per rules — bound to give admission to EWS students.”