04-21-2015, 02:59 PM
Mumbai: Education Act is a powerful first normal and there was no law of the state government to regulate the pre-admission process, Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde on Thursday said.
However, the government had been formed the previous government on the report, Tawde said, speaking to reporters amid reports "exorbitant" fees and nursery schools.
"Right to education (RTE) Act applies to the first standard of education. The Board of Directors is committed to finding a solution, but many parents are not aware of the fact that the government has no authority to regulate the pre-admission process," he said, speaking to reporters here.
Asked CBSE schools and other (state) plates too much recovered, he said, the government aims to present a report.
Payment Regulation Act, the government can intervene if complaints of excessive charges made, he added.
MNS 'Warning restlessness question multiplex owners to prohibit the time for discussion Marathi films, Tawde, which also deals with the culture portfolio, said the government resolution (GR) notification recent decision is a required time for discussion Marathi films was checked by the home and the revenue departments.
"Multiplex owners have agreed to the government's decision, and if the Marathi film producers contacted the government, the Ministry of Cultural Affairs to help," he said.