Supreme Court Orders Private Schools to Cut Fee by 20%

In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has ordered private schools of the country to cut their fees by 20 percent.

The decision came on Thursday noon in private school fee hike sou motu case heard by a bench of the top court.

The apex court, in its interim order, has ordered private schools to pay back half of the fee charged over the summer holidays within two months.

On September 17, the Supreme Court had clubbed pending cases regarding the private schools in high courts and the apex court.

It is a developing story, will be updated accordingly.