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Latest News on Delhi Nursery Admissions
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Delhi Nursery Admissions - Total results - 8
May 05, 2014
Supreme Court to pass order on nursery admissions on 7 MayThe court is hearing an appeal filed by those parents who had come to Delhi from other places in the country and had sought admission under the IST category
May 02, 2014
Delhi nursery admissions: SC pushes hearing to MondayThe court made it clear that it cannot pass a general order and said relief would be confined to those who are applicants before it.
Apr 11, 2014
Nursery admissions in a bind again as SC stays HC orderThe apex court passed the order on the appeal filed by those parents who had come to Delhi from other places of the country and had sought admission under the inter-state transfer (IST) category
Apr 03, 2014
HC lifts stay, paves way for resumption of nursery admissionsAt the fag end of the hearing, the Acting Chief Justice lost his cool after mother of a kid alleged that her views have not been considered.
Mar 29, 2014
Delhi HC extends stay on nursery admissions till 2 AprilThe Delhi High Court on Friday further extended stay on the nursery admission process and fresh draw of lots in the capital's schools till 2 April.
Jan 31, 2014
Delhi: SC refuses to stay order on nursery admission guidelinesThe Supreme Court today refused to stay the interim order on nursery admission process in the national capital but asked the Delhi High Court to expeditiously hear the pleas against the guidelines by advancing the scheduled hearing.
Jan 03, 2014
Delhi Nursery admissions: Private schools move court against new rulesNursery admissions in Delhi for the academic year 2014 is likely to remain a thorny issue. The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Najeeb Jung had passed guidelines last year, which got rid of the 20 percent management quota in private schools.
Jan 10, 2012
Nursery admissions: Poor govt schools, not a reason to turn kids awayOne can't deny that there is an urgent need to transform the government schools. But does it justify private schools refusing to admit children from underprivileged backgrounds?