My son is student of Ryan International School – Goregaon, Mumbai. Now my job is shifted from Mumbai to Bangalore.
The corporate office has issued us a letter for transfer/admission of my son to Brookfield Bangalore branch of Ryan school.
On approaching school office to do the formalities of his admission, I was informed that since my son has completed only one year in Ryan International School – Mumbai, we need to pay the diff. of admission fee of Bangalore and Mumbai which amount to Rs. 55, 000/- (i.e. Rs. 75, 000/- Less paid at Mumbai Rs. 20, 000).
I feel this rule of your school is highly in justified. How can school ask for so much of admission fee for its own students seeking transfer from one branch to other.
Why is there so much of difference in Admission fee structure of school between its own branches. No one will disagree to the fact that Mumbai is one of the costliest city of India in every aspect. In Mumbai I was charged Rs. 20, 000/- and here in Bangalore its 75, 000/-
I requested school authority for waiver of this re-admission fee in transfer case which is totally unjustified. But, they refused to accept my request. Not only that till I was discussing the matter with them they were claiming that "It’s all as per management rule and official and we accept this amount only through cheques" but now they are demanding full amount in cash and will not issue any receipt even.
Also note that this full admission fee is non-refundable.
Sharing all our experiences like this we do nothing. All of us need to find some proper solution to this.