“Education boards concerned have already been directed to submit a list of the schools, which were found collecting extra money from SSC examinees,” he told a press conference at his ministry.
Nahid warned the school authorities to return extra fees to the examinees within seven days.
“Otherwise, we will take tougher action against those educational institutions, who will disobey our instruction,” he added.
Referring to the High Court order to return extra fees collected from SSC examinees, the minister said the education ministry will take necessary measures to comply the High court order in this regard.
In reply to questions of journalists, the education minister said, “We also issued an instruction to the school authorities for stopping to increase admission fees, session fees and tuition fees. They (Schools authorities) must follow our instruction.”
He said, “I urge guardians to make specific complaint to us. We must take instant action against those schools for violating our instruction.”