New Delhi,Feb 2(Agencies): Delhi government on Wednesday asked MCD to implement guidelines on 25 per cent quota for students from economically weaker section in those primary public schools which have been functioning after getting recognition from the civic body.

 It also asked the corporation to furnish a list of schools violating the guidelines.
This was decided in a review meeting chaired by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, Delhi Education Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely, Principal Secretary (Education) Rakesh Mohan and MCD Commissioner K S Mehra also attended the meeting .
Briefing the media,Dikshit said the MCD has been told to implement the EWS admission process in true spirit as it is mandatory with the enforcement of Right to Education Act.

 The MCD has also been instructed to ensure such admissions,as necessity of EWS admission is much in respect of the civic body, she said.

 "The MCD will furnish a list of violating schools so that action could be initiated,"Dikshit said.
The Chief Minister said process of such admissions will "stabilise".

The government is committed to ensuring benefit to the students coming from economically weaker section,the Chief Minister said.

She said EWS quota is also applicable to minority schools.

The government has repeatedly said that private schools will have to follow the guidelines for reserving 25 per cent of total nursery seats for EWS and it will act if complaints about non-compliance are brought before it.
Lovely had earlier said the government will not hesitate to derecognise any private school if it finds that the directives are not being followed.
Some private schools in the city had refused to abide by the Government directive in reserving the seats claiming that the provision of RTE cannot be enforced on them.