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    Private school managements in Hyderabad are concerned about the increasing school fees in the city. They are urging the Telangana government to implement a slab system for fee hikes, stating that only 10% of tuition fees are raised each year.

    Administrators of private schools defend the fee hikes, saying they are necessary due to rising market rates for teacher salaries. They claim that most schools have increased fees by 8%-10% this year to cover expenses like building rent, electricity charges, and water charges.

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    Shiva Ramakrishna from SRK Group of Institutions mentioned that while they have not raised fees in the past, they have noticed parents not paying fees and enrolling their children in other schools. He suggested a fee regulatory system with a slab system based on school location and facilities provided.

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    Praveen Raju from Suchitra Academy International School clarified that not all schools are increasing fees drastically. The Independent School Management Association has collectively decided to keep fee hikes below 10%.

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    Sadula Madhusudhan, from Pragati Vidya Niketan High School and state president of Telangana Recognised School Managements Association, highlighted the variety of private schools in the state and proposed different fee norms for budget private schools and international schools.

    Parents have expressed concerns about additional charges besides tuition fees, such as fees for books, uniforms, food, transport, and cultural programs.

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