With the process beginning two weeks earlier than it had last year, Friday was the last date for the city’s 1,600-odd government recognised private schools to make public criteria for admission to nursery, kindergarten and Class I.
The single judge was of the prima facie view that Delhi government's January 6 order, scrapping a total of 62 criteria and management quota, was "issued without any authority" and was in "direct conflict" with the Lieutenant Governor's 2007 order on nursery admissions in private unaided schools
The draw for admissions will be conducted on February 15 and the school allotted for admission under EWS/DG category shall be sent through SMS on the registered mobile number of the applicant within 24 hours of completion of draw of lots
The Delhi government's January 6 order with regard to 11 other admission criteria, including issues like proven track record of parents during admission of their children, music and sports, were also scrapped
Delhi High Court is likely to pronounce on Tuesday its verdict on several pleas challenging the AAP government’s direction to private unaided schools to accept nursery admission forms based only on the neighbourhood or distance criteria. Justice Manmohan had on February 9 reserved judgement on a batch of petitions filed by parents and two school […]