Andhra Pradesh Schools Under Scrutiny for Denying Hall Tickets

Lilu Dhruw
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Andhra Pradesh Schools Under Scrutiny for Denying Hall Tickets

The Andhra Pradesh State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (AP SCPCR) has raised concerns regarding the denial of hall tickets to Intermediate students in the state due to fee arrears and insufficient attendance. In response, SCPCR chairperson Kesali Appa Rao has called for decisive action from the Board of Intermediate Education, Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP), against institutions involved in such practices.

Rao emphasized the importance of canceling recognition for corporate and private colleges found to be denying hall tickets to students. Additionally, he urged authorities to initiate legal proceedings against the respective owners under relevant legal provisions. This stern stance aims to ensure that students are not unjustly deprived of their right to education.

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This year, the process of obtaining hall tickets has been streamlined, with students being able to download them directly from the BIEAP website. However, despite these efforts, instances of students facing issues or harassment from college management persist.

To address such grievances, the commission has encouraged affected students to reach out via email at This avenue provides students with a means to seek assistance and redressal in cases where their rights are being infringed upon.

The AP SCPCR’s proactive stance underscores its commitment to safeguarding the rights and interests of students in the state. By advocating for accountability and taking measures to address instances of injustice, the commission aims to ensure that every student has equal access to education without facing unnecessary obstacles.

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