AAP govt proposes 10-year jail for schools screening kids, parents for nursery admissions
AAP govt proposes 10-year jail for schools screening kids, parents for nursery admissions

School authorities interviewing a child or his or her parents for admission to nursery classes could face imprisonment of up to 10 years, if Delhi government has its way.

Delhi EWS racket: Woman 'kingpin' surrenders after daughter's arrest

An alleged woman kingpin of a module involved in the EWS admission racket Friday surrendered before a court here, three days after her daughter was caught by the cops in connection with the scam which is being hotly pursued by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police.

Parents unsure of securing nursery seat in siblings category

Parents are facing a tough time in securing nursery admissions for their second child with several private schools devising their own methods for selecting students under the 'siblings' category.

New directives for nursery admissions to EWS category in Delhi

Delhi government Saturday came out with detailed guidelines for nursery admission of children belonging to economically weaker section (EWS) in private schools in the national capital for the academic year 2015-16.

DoE decides to move Supreme Court on nursery admissions

Delhi government's Directorate of Education has decided to move to the Supreme Court to appeal against the High Court's verdict on nursery admissions in city schools.

Nursery admissions: HC refuses to stay scrapping of points system
Nursery admissions: HC refuses to stay scrapping of points system

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday refused to stay the decision of a single-judge bench quashing the Lt. Governor`s guidelines on nursery admissions in the capital`s unaided private schools.

Nursery admission: HC to hear pleas Tuesday

The Delhi High Court Monday said it will hear Tuesday the pleas challenging the decision of a single-judge bench to quash the lieutenant governor`s points system guidelines of last year on nursery admissions in unaided private schools of the capital.

Delhi govt moves HC to challenge single bench order on nursery admissions
Delhi govt moves HC to challenge single bench order on nursery admissions

The city government on Thursady moved the Delhi High Court against its single judge order quashing the points system for nursery admission brought in by the Lieutenant Governor (LG) for private unaided schools here.

Nursery admissions: Private schools hail HC verdict, but parents wary

The High Court ruling which scrapped the point system for nursery admissions was on Friday welcomed by private schools, but the parents were disappinted as they felt it would allow schools to set arbitrary rules.

Delhi HC allows private schools to set own guidelines for nursery admissions
Delhi HC allows private schools to set own guidelines for nursery admissions

New Delhi: In a major relief for private unaided schools in the national capital, the Delhi High Court on Friday allowed them to set their own guidelines for nursery admissions.

Nursery admission case: Delhi HC puts stay on issuing fresh guidelines

The wait for this year's nursery admissions guidelines is likely to continue after the Delhi High Court issued fresh directives putting a stay on issuing new guidelines before a final decision on the matter pending before it is taken, as per news reports on Tuesday.

SC to hear plea on nursery admission on Friday

The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear on Friday a plea seeking a direction to Delhi government to consider kids for nursery admission under the inter-state transfer category if their parents did not approach it.

SC reserves order on nursery admissions in Delhi

Nursery admissions in Delhi will have to wait yet again for two more days as the Supreme Court (SC) Monday reserved its order on the plea of the parents on the inter-state transfers who have sought admission of their children.

SC to resume its hearing on nursery admissions issue today

The Supreme court on Monday will resume its hearing on the issue of nursery admissions in the national capital.

Craze for leading Delhi schools leaves many distressed

Thousands of parents are undergoing a harrowing time as they battle to get their children into nursery classes of leading schools in the national capital. But many are celebrating too.

SC puts nursery admissions in Delhi on hold

There seems to be no end to stalemate over the nursery admission process despite the Delhi High Court`s nod. On Friday, the Supreme Court again put nursery admissions on hold in schools in the national capital.

HC reserves order on 3% quota for disabled in nursery admissions

Delhi High Court on Friday reserved its order on a plea challenging the Lt Governor`s nursery admission guidelines, which clubs disabled children with those from economically weaker groups (EWS) and seeking three per cent quota for kids with special needs.

Stay on nursery admissions continues

Parents waiting to get their children admitted in nursery will have to wait some more time.

Nursery admissions stalemate persists, stay on draw of lots to continue

The agonising wait for parents to get their children admitted in nursery was prolonged as the Delhi High Court on Monday said its stay on fresh draw of lots will continue till Friday when it will hear pleas against the admission guidelines.

Nursery row drags on;HC to hear plea to scrap alumni, sibling category

The Delhi High Court, which recently stayed the draw of lots for nursery admissions, on Tuesday agreed to hear a fresh appeal seeking scrapping of five and 20 points being awarded to kids falling under alumni and sibling categories respectively.