The Madras High Court on Tuesday granted a week’s time for the State government to come up with a solution to the issue of fee collection, balancing the interests of private educational institutions dependent on the fee for paying teachers’ salaries and that of middle class parents who cannot pay huge amounts due to lockdown. Justice R. Mahadevan told Advocate General Vijay Narayan that the government could come up with some formula like collecting 70% of the fee now, in two or three instalments, and the rest after normalcy returns. He said that a decision could be taken after ascertaining the views of different associations of private schools and colleges.

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