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Imp H C order on EWS admissions in unaided pvt schools & also on inclusion of Orphan Child in Disadavantaged Group

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  • Ashok Agarwal
    IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI W.P.(C) 8434/2011, CM No.1122/2012 SOCIAL JURIST ..... Petitioner Through: Mr. Ashok Agarwal, Adv. versus GOVT. OF NCT
    Message 1 of 1 , May 2, 2012

                               IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI  
                                        W.P.(C) 8434/2011, CM No.1122/2012

          SOCIAL JURIST                                                                   ..... Petitioner  
                                                                                          Through: Mr. Ashok Agarwal, Adv.  
        GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI                                                  ..... Respondent  
                                                                                   Through: Ms. Ruchi Sindhwani, Adv. for  
                       GNCTD along with Ms. Shashi Kaushal, Additional Director, Education
       O R D E R
        1. Status report is filed by the learned counsel appearing for the Government of NCT of Delhi. As per this report, in 1026 schools, total vacant seats under EWS category are 9706, details whereof are given in the said report. It is further stated that Directorate of Education has now published this information of vacant seats so that the seats are
        filled at the earliest. We direct the Directorate of Education to take such steps forthwith so that the seats are filled before the summer vacation starts.
        2. The petitioner has also filed CM No.1122/2012 seeking a direction  that the Government of NCT of Delhi to forthwith specify by notification  Orphan Children as children belonging to disadvantaged group within the  meaning of Section 2(d) of the RTE Act, 2009. Learned counsel for the respondent states that exercise in this behalf is already on and necessary notification is expected within two months from today.

       As far as other reliefs are concerned, learned counsel for the respondent assures that the Directorate of Education shall take further remedial measures in that regard.
        In view of the statement of learned counsel for the respondent, no further orders are required to be passed in this writ petition which is accordingly disposed of. However, liberty is granted to the petitioner to approach the Court again in case any of the grievances still surviving after representation of the petitioner to the Directorate of Education and Directorate of Education still does not take remedial steps.

        APRIL 20, 2012

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