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Good news for these students! No nned to pay CBSE fee
The Government of Delhi on Saturday announced that students from government schools will not have to pay any fees to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Delhi education Minister Manish Sisodia made this announcement while addressing students during a felicitation ceremony at Thyagraj Stadium in New Delhi.
The schools run by Delhi government are using the Central Board of Secondary Education as board of education. The minister said the students will no longer have to pay Rs 1,500 to the education board.
Sisodia said that Delhi the government took the decision after students told him that even if education is free, they had to pay Rs 1,500 to CBSE.
Students belonging to families having annual income less than Rs one lakh will get 100 per cent scholarship, while those with annual income between Rs one and 2.5 lakh will get 50 per cent scholarship. Those with annual income between Rs 2.5 and six lakh will get 25 per cent scholarship.
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