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HC stays AAP govt’s order to scrap management quota

By: Satyam Vashishtha

The Delhi high court on Thursday stayed the AAP government’s decision to scrap the controversial management quota in nursery admissions in capital’s private unaided schools.

Justice Manmohan said the AAP government’s January 6 notification was ‘issued without any authority under law’ and it infringed on the private unaided schools’ autonomy.

The HC also asked the AAP government to take action against erring private schools which were ‘demanding money’ from parents to admit kids using the management quota.

This shows that Delhi high Court does not want to scrap the quota but at the same time asks Govt to keep eyes on private schools, if they are asking for money from the parents then action must be taken against them.

The government’s decision came in the midst of the admission process for nursery classes in over 2,500 private schools in the capital.

Dy CM Manish Sisodia had alleged that many ‘netas’ have over the years opened their own private schools in the capital and they have purposely lowered the standard of the public schools here to their benefit.

However, as soon as Delhi HC comes with the verdict, Manish Sisodia come up with few Twits show he is not to still static.

Let see, if AAP manage to scrap the management quota in schools.



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