As per the rules, all private schools that charge fees more than what has been prescribed in the Act were required to submit their proposal with the Committee by May 25.
The state government has defended the Act saying it a valid piece of legislation to prevent commercialisation of education.
The government had said in an affidavit filed before the court that "the Act is a valid piece of regulation and the Rules are not in any manner arbitrary, unguided, unconstitutional and interfering in the administration of the SFIs."
"The objective of the Act is to see that no capitation fee is charged and also the fee fixed and collected in the SFIs is not exorbitant and is not amounting to profiteering and commercialisation of education," it had said.
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