Whether Govt-Aided Minority Institutions Have Absolute Right to Appoint Teachers, Principals? Answers Delhi High Court

In a significant ruling, the Delhi High Court addressed the contentious issue of whether government-aided minority institutions possess an absolute right to appoint teachers and principals without requiring prior clearance from the Directorate of Education (DoE). The case, titled Delhi Tamil Education Association v. Director of Education and Ors., was presided over by Hon’ble Mr.

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