Pvt schools impart quality education’
Leader of the State Private Schools Association S Seshu Kumar said that the private schools were imparting quality education to students belonging to the middle classes at affordable price.
Khammam: Leader of the State Private Schools Association S Seshu Kumar said that the private schools were imparting quality education to students belonging to the middle classes at affordable price. Addressing the media in the town organised by the district private schools association on Sunday, he said that he was proud to acknowledge the fact that the private schools in Khammam district were in no way inferior to the private schools in Amaravati (Vijayawada) and Hyderabad.
Seshu Kumar said that the quality of education provided by the private schools of Khammam was on par with their counterparts in other important districts in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The students of private schools in Khammam were competing with those of Hyderabad in various competitive examinations at the state and national levels. The fee structure was also not very high, he added.
Seshu Kumar said that the private schools were being run as a social responsibility and not just to make profits by fleecing the parents. The owners of the private schools were fully aware of their social responsibility, he added and said that they were running these schools facing several hardships as the rental charges, the power tariff and water cess have escalated. He said that they were running educational institutions against heavy odds.
Seshu Kumar appealed to the State government and people to strengthen the private schools which were working very hard to provide quality education. He said that some international schools in Hyderabad were collecting huge amounts of fee from the schools and this does not apply to all the private schools in other districts. He urged the parents not to be led by such misleading media reports. Several private schools were forced to shut down due to financial constraints, he lamented.