Coronavirus Lockdown in India: There is a 21-day lockdown in India, due to which almost all educational institutions have been closed till further notice. In such a situation, the pressure on students' education and education expenses has suddenly increased, but the DM of Gautam Budh Nagar, Noida has given great relief to the students. In a statement issued by the DM office of Noida on Sunday, 05 April 2020, it directed all schools and colleges in the city not to demand fees from parents during the lockdown. The statement further said that parents, who cannot deposit fees during lockdown, should not have any effect on their children's online classes. The District Magistrate's instructions will provide relief to thousands of people who are facing economic crisis due to Coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Help was sought on social media: During the 21-day desegregation, the parents of some students, through social media, had appealed to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Noida District Magistrate to waive the fees. The administration has decided to grant relief after considering this request.
Noida DM had earlier extended a helping hand to them: This is not the first time that the administration has extended its hand to the people of Noida. Earlier, the DM had asked the zamindars of the district not to force the tenants to pay their monthly rent and urged them not to vacate them if they failed to pay. The DM further ordered the landlords to postpone the rent for a month.
Students fees in these states including Noida waived: During the 21-day lockdown, in other states before UP, Noida, students have been given relief of waiving fees. A few days ago the Himachal Pradesh government, Manohar Lal Khattar's Haryana Government and Maharashtra also banned the demand of fees from students by schools, institutions.
Let us tell you that the deadly corona virus COVID-19 has taken countries all over the world. Everyday people are losing their lives due to this virus. So far, more than 12,00,000 infected cases have been reported in this global pandemic, out of which more than 64,000 people have lost their lives. At the same time, the number of infected people in India has reached 3400, out of which 78 people have died.