Members of the All India Trainees Federation (AISF) on Wednesday picketed the office of the District collectorate urging the State Government to fund and regulate all the Government-run academic institutions.Activists pointed out that private educational institutionsuniversities have actually been increasing the fee every year and the School Education department has been a mute viewer all along.Of late, even Government-run academic institutions are taxing the
trainees with extra or higher cost for meeting the salary of instructors designated through Moms and dad Teacher Associations. Such a scenario was due to the fact that of the failure of the State to fill the jobs in Federal government schools. Such factors threaten the right to education of kids from poor sections of society.State must step forward and supply 100 percent financing to Government schools and fill up all existing openings. Rigid action needs to be initiated against personal educational organizations that indulge in fleecing.Private schools that refuse to honour the 25 percent Right to Education seats for financially weaker sections need to deal with cancellation of their recognition.State should come forward to open one arts and science college per Assembly constituency and one engineering, medical and law college per district. Federal government Arts and Science Colleges need to have all departments. The demonstrators likewise called for increasing the allotment to Federal government school and college hostels and increase in financial provision for the food givenoffered to trainees at the hostels.