03 Apr 2014
New Delhi: In a major relief to parents, the Delhi High Court has lifted its stay on nursery admissions and ordered its resumption with certain directions, including kids selected in draw of lots under neighbourhood criteria will get admission.
31 Jan 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday 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.
28 Nov 2014
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will pronounce its order on petitions challenging the nursery admission guidelines issued last year on Friday.
18 Jan 2016
New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today told the AAP government to set its house in order by administering its schools and improving them instead of trying to take over admission process of private unaided schools.
28 Dec 2013
New Delhi: Reviewing an earlier order regarding nursery admission in private schools in Delhi, Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday relaxed the distance criteria for students from six kilometre to eight kilometre, giving parents more choices of schools for their wards.
05 May 2014
New Delhi: The five-month-long impasse on nursery admissions in Delhi may end on May 7 with the Supreme Court on Monday stating that it will pass order on that day and indicated that children of parents in the category of inter-state transfer who approached it will be given admission.
19 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay Patna High Court's order regarding bail to former RJD lawmaker Mohammad Shahabuddin. The matter is to be heard on next Monday.
30 May 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday sought a response from the Delhi government on a plea of four parents that their children be also granted admission in nursery class under the inter-state transfer category in pursuance of an earlier order.
29 Apr 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court, which has asked the Delhi government's education department to consider increasing five to six seats in all schools to accommodate inter-state transfer cases to protect the interest of students, will on Tuesday continue the hearing in the matter.
11 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Scrapping of management quota for nursery admissions in private schools has thrown open 50 percent extra seats for common people, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal yesterday said, even as he asserted that the government had no intention of interfering into the daily affairs of the schools.