Monthly Archives: February 2013

Nursery Admissions In Delhi Are Still Regulated By Norms And Laws

Nursery admissions procedure at schools of Delhi has now reached at an interesting stage. While the schools are celebrating victory over the judgement of Delhi High Court yet they have not realised that the era of commercialisation of education and … Continue reading

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Nursery Admissions In Delhi: Supreme Court Of India Would Be Approached

The Delhi High Court has finally given its judgment on the right to education Act and its applicability to nursery admissions. Media reports have claimed that High Court has given a green signal to the schools to continue with the … Continue reading

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Nursery Admissions In Delhi: High Court To Delivery Judgment Today

Nursery admissions in Delhi are a good source of black money for schools in the form of donations and seats purchasing that are otherwise available to general public. The right to education act of India has failed to curb this … Continue reading

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Nursery Admissions: Online Petition And Protest Against Corruption In Schools Of Delhi

An online movement is taking a big shape in New Delhi where some of public spirited colleagues and members of legal fraternity have joined hands to fight against corruption existing in the schools of Delhi. The aim of this movement … Continue reading

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Schools In Delhi That Do Follow And Do Not Follow Laws And Norms

Harassment at the hands of school authorities is very common in Delhi. Even our government is well aware of this harassment but it has failed to take any action against the defaulting schools and their managements. We have started an … Continue reading

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Education Mafia In New Delhi: Are PM Manmohan Singh And CM Sheila Dikshit Listening?

It seems the net result of the Right to Education Act is to give “Full Leverage” to Schools, imposing “Obligations” upon the Parents and “Abdicating” the Constitutional Duties on the part of the State– Praveen Dalal, Managing Partner of Law … Continue reading

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Right To Education: A Successful Failure Of India

In this Guest Post, Praveen Dalal, managing partner of law firm Perry4Law and a Supreme Court Lawyer, is discussing about the implications of the Right to Education Act in India. In Unni Krishnan v. State of Andhra Pradesh (1993) the … Continue reading

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