Anguished over fee issue, parents knock door of district magistrate in Noida
Noida: Concerned over the future of their wards, around 50 parents on Wednesday gathered outside the district magistrate’s residence in Sector 27, Noida, insisting him for convening an immediate meeting with them.
They said that their wards have been studying at Uttarakhand Public School, a private institute in Sector 56, Noida. But their online classes, registrations for board examination and half-yearly examination are being disrupted, which is a matter of great concern for them.
It worried them a lot. To discuss it with district administration, they gathered outside the officer’s residence in Sector 27, where initially they were not allowed to meet him, they alleged. It caused anger among them. They suddenly decided that they would not go back home without putting their concerns before the district magistrate.
Finally, the officer called on school administration and had a meeting with two parents and a representative from the school administration. They put their grievance before him. He assured them that the district school inspector would be directed to look into the matter and find a solution to the problem.