They are also pushing for vaccination of all teachers, support staff and SDMC members before the commencement of schools.
Malala, who turned 24, was the co-recipient of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize for her struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.
Private schools have written to Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Suresh Kumar to intervene in the department’s alleged misuse of SATS data to create ghost admissions.
The School Education Department on Wednesday directed private schools in the State to collect only 75 per cent of the fee in two tranches for the academic year 2021-22.
Also want govt to put an end to confusion over fee payment
As more and more students are switching to government schools, many private schools are refusing to issue Transfer Certificates (TC), parents allege.
The top court made it clear however that all the contentions of the Delhi government would remain open for adjudication by the division bench of the high court.
One of them is K Mala, who lost her job as a primary-school teacher at Velachery during the second wave of the Covid outbreak.
Prithvi Reddy, State Convenor of AAP, Karnataka, said that parents send their wards to government schools not because they have a choice in the matter.
With the lockdown crushing many livelihoods, parents shift wards to government schools
They have sought his intervention to give clear instructions to the State Government to help unaided schools and consider their request.
The Department of Public Instruction has decided to evaluate students based on their PUC I and SSLC examination marks, deeming it an objective criterion for grading the students.
The Delhi government and the students have contended that the single judge's decision was based on incorrect facts and law.
Delhi government, students appeal in HC against order allowing private schools to charge annual fees
The petitions moved on behalf of the students studying in the private unaided schools have contended that the single judge's May 31 decision was based on incorrect facts and law.
The commissioner of public instruction on Saturday asked that the results of students from classes 1 to 9 be updated, due to the second wave and lockdown till May 24.