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has shown daily expenses varying between Rs 280 and Rs 800 on brooms. They are following the matter with us. T M Dongreeducation officer of north zonesaid?fee receipts and school circulars, the parent said The Govandi police Saturday registered a complaint against the school management under sections 7A and 7AA of the Prohibition of Capitation Fee Act (1987)under which collecting capitation fee is a cognisable and non-bailable offence with a provision of imprisonment up to two years and a fine In 2004Forum for Fairness in Education had filed a PIL in the Bombay High Courtwhich had then ordered that no school would sell booksuniformsshoesstationary etc in its premises or force parents to buy these items from a specific shop Following the courts orderthe state government had issued a GR on the same? Sanjana was in the second year of B.