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    The fee hike issue in private schools in Hyderabad is causing problems for both parents and teachers. As the new academic year approaches, teachers are under pressure to attract students for admission and collect pending fees from parents. This means teachers are working tirelessly without a break, going door-to-door in the heat to convince parents to enroll their children.

    Private school teachers are calling on the Education department and state government to implement strict policies to regulate fees. They feel that their situation will only improve if action is taken to control the fees charged by private schools. Additionally, teachers are being forced to act as collection agents, contacting parents to collect unpaid fees. They are given targets and threatened with salary deductions if they fail to meet them.

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    Some teachers have expressed their frustration with the situation. They feel that their role as educators is being overshadowed by the demands placed on them by school management. Teachers are being pressured to secure admissions and collect fees, tasks that they believe are not part of their job responsibilities. The lack of government oversight in private institutions has exacerbated the issue, with no audits being conducted in these schools.

    Teachers are calling for a solution to address the ongoing problem. They suggest that providing fee concessions to high-achieving students could offer relief to both parents and teachers. By implementing such measures, teachers hope to alleviate the stress and difficulties they face in their roles.

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