HC Reserves its Order on Plus-II Case

Published: 29th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th August 2014 12:22 PM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The High Court on Thursday reserved its order on the appeal filed by the state and several school managements challenging a Single Judge’s order on allotment of Plus-II course and additional batches.

A Bench comprising Justice Antony Dominic and Justice Dama Seshadri Naidu reserved the petitions for orders to Monday after concluding arguments. Advocate-General K P Dandapani justified the state government’s action and submitted that the state had complied with every court order in the Plus-II issue. The state in its appeal stated that the issue of those schools which were recommended by the Scrutiny Committee headed by the Higher Secondary Director but did not find a place in the government order dated July 31 will be examined by the government and a decision will be taken by the government in due course. The Singe Judge had directed the state government to provisionally sanction Plus-II schools, courses and additional batches as recommended by a six-member committee headed by the Director, HSE (Scrutiny committee). 

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