Private Schools Have Right to Admit Students Based on Their Own Criteria But Can’t be Unreasonable, Discriminatory and Whimsical: Delhi HC

In a recent ruling, the Delhi High Court upheld the right of private schools to admit students based on their own criteria.  However, the court emphasised that admission criteria must be “reasonable, rational, and non-discriminatory” and cannot be “whimsical or arbitrary”.  The court also stated that admission procedures must adhere to an “objective and rational”

To Read More Please Subscribe to VIP Membership for Unlimited Access to All the Articles, Download Available Copies of Judgments/Order, Acess to Central/State Bare Acts, Advertisement Free Content, Access to More than 4000 Legal Drafts( Readymade Editable Formats of Suits, Petitions, Writs, Legal Notices, Divorce Petitions, 138 Notices, Bail Applications etc.) in Hindi and English.

Click to Subscribe

If you are already a VIP Member, Click to Login Now

Related Articles

Latest Articles