Publishers unhappy with Balbharati registration rules

A fresh new act has opened in the never-ending drama of government intervention in textbook printing. This time, the setting is Maharashtra. According to a newspaper report, Mumbai publishers have decided not to register for licences proposed by the state government's textbook bureau, Balbharati. One of the reasons being, to publish supplementary content, the publishers are asked to pay up to Rs 63,000 per subject per year. The registrations opened on 28 May.

30 May 2018 | By PrintWeek India

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