The schools have also been directed to not change colour, design or any other specifications of uniforms for at least three years.
The schools have been directed to not change colour, design or any other specifications of uniforms for at least three years.
High Court directs Delhi government to decide complaint against private school charging high late fee
In case the petitioner is aggrieved by any order passed by the authorities, it will be open to the petitioner to seek legal recourse as permissible in law, the judge said.
Bharat Arora, president of the action committee, said, “After more than two years, schools across Delhi reopened with full strength and facilities.
NPSC had earlier welcomed the move to introduce CUET and said it will “do away with the stress of appearing in multiple entrance tests” for students.
The School and Mass Education department has asked the .school managements to take utmost care of the children in view of the pandemic.
Many private schools which have been functioning for decades, run the risk of closing down due to regulations being imposed from 2018.
While schools are conducting 'doubt-clearing sessions' in person after obtaining undertakings from parents and guardians, coaching classes continue to operate unchecked by flouting all restrictions.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia stated that considering the prevailing COVID situation, the last date to fill the admission application form and entry-level classes was extended by a total of 14 days.
Dismissing government orders (GOs) 53 and 54 issued on August 24, the court observed that fixing fees based on the geographical location of the educational institution was illogical.
Right to Education Act will be implemented strictly in State from next academic year, government informs High Court; web portal being developed
RUPSA Karnataka president Lokesh Talikatte said that while unaided schools were hit financially, the government was forcing budget schools to be closed in rural and urban areas.
Up to 10,000 private schools catering to poor and middle-class students are on the verge of closing in the state, due to their inability to adhere to safety norms due to lack of proper guidelines.
Though schools have reopened, teachers like Vinitha continue to switch between online and offline classes due to the rains, adding to their hardships.
Karnataka schools ordered to provide transfer certificates within a week; private schools to protest
The order comes in the wake of parents withdrawing their children from private unaided schools, due to economic difficulties, to aided or government or other schools.