Not Mandatory to buy Books Uniforms from Schools

As per the new rules and regulations of the High Court, all private schools are not bound to enhance their fee structure without the prior permission of the Fee Fixation Committee (FFC). Besides that directorate advised private schools to follow the prescribed curriculum.

Directorate of School Education, Jammu has made certain changes regarding the buying of books, uniforms of private schools of Jammu. The fee fixation committee (FFC) asked private educational institutions to follow the rules and regulations of the Jammu and Kashmir High Court so that their fee structure would not increase without its prior decision.

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Under the influence of the Fee Fixation Committee and J&K High Court, the Directorate of School Education, Jammu (DSEJ) has come out on a decision that it’s not mandatory to buy books or uniforms from their schools or the shops suggest by the schools.

According to the latest reports, after the violation of the so many reminders, the private schools in the region are continuing to earn huge profits by selling books from their fixed shops and school uniforms from their premises at sky-high rates. Moreover, these private schools also had fixed commissions with their shops.

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Meanwhile, a campaign has been started by the authorities to inform parents and students studying in the schools and also to make them aware of the rules and regulations of the High Court. Also, all private schools are lawfully bound not to increase their fees structure without the permission of the FFC, said by the government.

Apart from this, private schools must follow the curriculum and the textbooks recommended by the J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) / CBSE or any other board according to their affiliation. According to the School Education Department, there will be no additional books can be prescribed by the schools.

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As per the rules, if parents or students can find any school violating the rules and regulations regarding the school education system, a formal complaint can be filed at In addition, they can also write a complaint letter to the director of school education, Jammu or chief education officers (CEOs) of their respective districts.

If any school force you to buy books and uniforms from their own premises and fixed shops, you can file a complaint without any worry because the identity of the complainant will be confidential between them. So anyone can complain without disclosing his/her name.

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