[eebill] A court-appointed committee for nursery admissions now!!

Court seeks advice on uniform policy
Tanu Sharma
New Delhi, September 9: THE Delhi High Court today
sought assistance from educational experts to draw
guidelines for admission into nursery.
Taking up a petition, a bench of acting Chief Justice
B.A. Khan and Justice Madan Lokur directed the
parties, including the Union Ministry of Human
Resource and Development, to suggest names of experts.

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the social jurist appeal matter seems to have found
its way to the same bench as its quota case, but
parties obviously prefer not to connect the elements
of neighbourhood school plan just as they prefer not
to connect nsp to the common-school-system that they
have made slogan. understandably so, nsp gives
centre-stage to student-parent communities and schools

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(btw, I hear there was day-long meet on the quota
business at NCERT some days ago at which there were
schools and Ashok Agarwal and Anil Sadgopal and after
Ashokji left Anilji criticised the PIL *against*
schools and suggested a PIL by schools *against*

to complete circle of chaos, can govt file PIL
*against* education-expert-activists? and does
learning-centre business looks promising (like
constable jobs - AsianAge reported today that for 2000
constable posts Delhi Police has received over 2 lakh
applications and aspirants include large numbers of
professionals like lawyers and engineers)? and if
professionals are aspiring to be constables (or
learning-centre entrepreneurs), what is the big deal
about school education or GATS revised offer opening
up lawyer, engineer, etc, services?

and why did Tony Blair announces £10 million for
exchange programmes?

and why did Cherie Blair visit Mothers International

and what opportunity-for-students was being showcased
at Education-India-and-Beyond-2005?

and why would Indian Institute of Planning and
Management be sponsoring free laptops for all its

and what did Cherie Blair wear for her visit to Delhi
High Court?

--- Gita Dewan Verma <[email protected]> wrote:

> was the free-seats matter heard on 02/09/05?
> ---Express Newsline reported on 05/09/05:
> ...Private schools told to explain by September 9
> why
> they haven?t reserved 25 pc seats for poor... Taking
> strong note of the dilly-dallying by the private
> schools, acting Chief Justice B.A. Khan and Justice
> Madan B.Lokur in a stern direction on September 2,
> asked them to respond why orders issued as early as
> January 20, 2004, to keep a fixed number of seats
> reserved for the poor, have not been complied
> with...
> ---order of 25/08/05 on web, however, says:
> O R D E R
> 25.08.2005
> CM Nos.10352/2005 and 10403/2005
> The applications are allowed to the extent that the
> would be heard in this case, whenever necessary.
> W.P.(C) 3156/2002
> Vice Chairman, DDA, Director of Education, and Land
> and Development Officer are present. Ms. Ahlawat,
> learned counsel for Director of Education has
> submitted an affidavit accompanied by three charts
> showing the position of compliance or default by
> various unaided but recognised schools to whom land
> was allotted by DDA and LandDO at concessional
> rates.
> A copy of this affidavit and the attached charts be
> supplied to all concerned parties through their
> counsel who are required to obtain these copies from
> the chamber of Ms.Ahlawat. Ms.Ahlawat is also
> required
> to submit a list of defaulters who have not complied
> with the stipulation of the lease deeds or allotment
> letters, with a copy to Mr.Rakesh Khanna, advocate
> or
> any other counsel representing these defaulters who
> are requiredto file their reply within one week. It
> shall, meanwhile, be open to the Action Committee of
> the schools to hold any meeting with the DDA Vice
> Chairman, Director of Education, LandDO and Mr.Ashok
> Agarwal, advocate for exploring a via media for
> compliance of the order passed by this Court. All
> the
> connected writ petitions pending before the Writ
> Court
> and filed by members of the Action Committee be sent
> to this Court on the next date.
> List on 13.9.2005.
> MADAN B. LOKUR, JAUGUST 25, 2005ga
> ----
> my application, CM No 10352/2005, is at:
> http://plan.architexturez.net/site/mpisg/f/050823
> > My contention is that free-seats condition is an
> > instrumentality of DMP-2001 Neighbourhood School
> > Plan
> > (NSP itself being instrumentality for common
> school
> > system as proposed by Kothari Commission). Order
> of
> > 20/01/04 did not contain directions for action
> > against
> > ubiquitous violation of free-seats condition by
> > schools but for GNCTD to, in effect, put in place
> > the
> > enabling NSP for its compliance. Order of 27/10/04
> > directs action against violations impeding NSP and
> > specifically notes also violations by GNCTD. As
> > such,
> > it complements Order of 20/01/04 and favours a
> > different approach for its compliance than the one
> > being pursued in its name since early 2004 and
> being
> > urged again now.
> all parties to whom it is open to explore a via
> media
> for compliance are aware of this option. maybe some
> school will explore it now.
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