Delhi government told the High Court on January 15 that the nursery admission will begin only after an order is passed on the petition of certain unaided private schools challenging the new admission guidelines.
The Delhi High Court heard a plea of the city’s private schools challenging the government’s notification on the criteria for nursery admissions in the capital. A division bench comprising Chief Justice NV Ramana and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw reserved the order after hearing both the parties. The nursery admission process is now on hold after the government told the bench that it would wait for the court’s decision on the issue before commencing the admission process.
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