The private school sector in the state of Haryana has welcomed a gesture by the state government. The Haryana government has announced a special concessional scheme for all the private schools in the state. Haryana’s Chief Minister, BS Hooda, announced that all the institutions which had applied for recognition before the cut-off date were no longer required to collect the CLU — Change of Land Use and NOC — No Objection Certificate for the purpose of recognition of the schools.
The Chief Minister further declared that nearly 2650 pending applications regarding such exemptions would be overseen by a newly-appointed deputy commissioner. Continuing on the issue of private school education, he proposed that the private schools should seek tie-ups with government and government-aided schools for providing facilities such as playing grounds.
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