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    Teachers in Hyderabad shed light on their difficulties caused by increased fees

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    Private schools in Hyderabad have been increasing their fees every year without any regulation. This has caused difficulties for parents and students, as well as put pressure on teachers to collect unpaid fees. The teachers are calling for intervention from the State government to address this issue.

    According to the teachers, they feel more like collection agents than educators. In some cases, their salaries are being withheld and they are being told that there will be no salary increase unless they convince parents to pay the fees.

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    Mohan Rao, a private school teacher, expressed his frustration, stating that teachers should focus on educating students rather than collecting fees. He mentioned that the school administration has threatened to deduct money from their pay if they fail to collect fees, highlighting the lack of control over private institutions by the State government.

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    Sravanti, another private school teacher, emphasized the need for proper control on fees. She suggested that surprise inspections and strict regulations on fee increases could help address the issue.

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    Shirisha, a private school teacher, shared her experience of being harassed by parents while trying to collect pending dues. She believes that a solution from the State government, such as providing concessions to some students, would relieve both parents and teachers from this ongoing problem.

    Anjali Rao (name changed), another private school teacher, revealed that their salaries were put on hold when they couldn’t meet their collection targets. This situation has caused anxiety among teachers.

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    Overall, private school teachers in Hyderabad are facing difficulties in convincing parents to pay pending fees. They believe that intervention from the State government is necessary to find a solution to this issue.

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