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18% GST applied to the student isn’t good

18% GST applied on Student

18% GST applied to the student isn’t good

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The SFI Himachal Pradesh State Committee has recommended imposing 18% GST on girls. A delegation of scholars on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to Governor Bandaru Dattatreya regarding their problems. The SFI has opposed the government’s decision to impose 18 percent GST on affinity, inspection, and continuation fees paid to high schools by the universities within the new session. This time, the govt has come to the fore to indirectly bring education under the purview of GST, using the excuse of depression created thanks to the Corona epidemic.

The effect of which is being seen within the sort of an enormous fee increase in colleges. On the opposite hand, private universities don’t play with the longer term of scholars. State Governor Bandaru Dattatreya said this. Himachal Pradesh Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Commission Member Dr. SP Katyal met Governor Bandaru Dattatreya at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday.

Expressing concern over the irregularities found in some universities, the Governor said that the long term of the scholars shouldn’t be played with and their academic sessions shouldn’t be spoiled. He said that for this the Commission should take initiative at its own level, because it may be a question associated with the longer term of the scholars. He said that special attention must be paid to the standard of education being provided by private universities. He also asked the commission to supply a standing report of universities and colleges under his jurisdiction. Dr. Katyal is additionally informed about the initiative taken by the Commission to make sure quality education and monitoring processes in higher educational institutions of the state.

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