delhi govt remove 62 criteria from private schools admission

delhi govt remove 62 criteria from private schools admission

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In order to remove discrimination completely while admission in private schools, the AAP government 
 
on Wednesday passed their order such schools to scrap the quota of management. The Delhi 
 
government has struck down 62 debatable to be proven wrong criteria for school admission, against 
 
which a few schools had been granting seats. 
 
Addressing a press conference, he claims that various schools were providing 75% reservation under 
 
plenty of categories, only 25% quota for economically weaker section of the society would now be 
 
provided”, CM Arvind Kejriwal adds. If school management object on this, will be going to the court 
 
directly. As everyone knows, management quota is the largest scam in the education industry today. If 
 
they do not put a stop on it, they can de-recognize those schools which do not follow the order.  The 
 
Delhi Government will not tolerate this kind of scam in the education, the Delhi Chief Minister said.
 
According to the chief minister, “majority of private schools have made terrific conservation because of 
 
the admission”. Only few schools are offering 25 per cent open seats whereas 75% seats are reserved. 
 
There are wide number of quotas such as Sibling quota, management quota, this and that quota. 
 
However, the court did not permit any quotas yet. From now-on wards, we are opening up 50 % more 
 
seats for the public. When asked, what the management quota in schools and colleges is all about? 
 
References from the deputy chief minister, commissioner of police, a station house officer, or income 
 
tax department…or they are sold. It is either sales of seats or influence, said Chief Minister. 
 
The move of scrapping management quota from private schools will benefit parents by opening up 
 
more seats. We hope that parents will be happy after listening this news. However, it is not clear 
 
whether government has the legal authority for the issue or not. 
 
Going a one step ahead, CM said, the nursery admission Delhi in several schools started from Jan 1 and 
 
the last date for submitting application would be Jan 22. In this, the government will going to examine 
 
plethora of admission criteria used by various private schools for entry-level classes and also find out the 
 
reasons for terming them “unjust”.
09-Jan-2016 12:54:10 IST
Posted By Pawan Goyal