Delhi Lieutenant Governor (LG) told the Delhi High Court that the government would scrap the five points awarded in inter-state transfer cases in nursery admissions and come out with a new admission schedule. The LG’s submission could impact the ongoing admission process, as the drawing of lots for admission of children in unaided private schools would need to be done again.
Presently, out of total 100 points, 70 are given if the child lives in the school’s neighbourhood, additional 20 are given if the child has sibling is studying in the school, five points if either parent is an alumni and five points if it is an inter-state transfer case. Those having 75 out of 100 points are included in the draw, while those having 90 points are automatically admitted.
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