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Saturday, 19 October 2019


You force schools to enroll students under the right to education, but you yourself have not paid them in years, the bench said. The court made the comment in view of the fact that the expenditure on the backwardness of the lean sector students in the 5 per cent quota under the Right to Education was not reimbursed to private non-government schools.

Now teachers are getting on the front and agitating as their salaries are stagnant due to non-payment from the government. The Assistant Government Counsel said in response to the comment that the government has recently released Rs. 1 crore to schools as compensation for education rights. This amount will be given to schools in a single dayThe petition filed by the Balmohan Vidyamandir was underway. The petition complained that individuals like some educational authorities and some seating townspeople were exercising force to enter under the 5% quota and that schools were given notice of cancellation when they refused.The court has directed the School Education Authority that no further action should be taken against the school unless further order is given.

The joint secretary of education department has also sent a notice to the court seeking an explanation on April 6 why it should not take contempt proceedings against him for commenting contrary to the judgment of the previous bench of the High Court., The poor people of the upper classes should also be given reservation in education and jobs. So-called upper caste poor people are neglected and there is no point for them to protest against the issue of social justice but social justice should reach every community.

 judge said, "This court knows that there are poor people in every caste and they should be brought forward academically, economically and socially." Justice Kiranikan further said that the poor are poor only whether they belong to upper castes or backward castes. Such poor people should be helped not only with money but also by providing reserves.Justice Kiribandhan instructed the government to consider reserving the upper caste poor. The OC category seats in medical college are being heard in the Madras High Court after the three students who applied for transfer to BC and OBC.
The judge said that 4 medical colleges have 5 MBBS seats out of which 1 percent is open, 4 percent BC reserve, four percent Muslim reserve, 4 percent SBC and 1 percent SC is reserved for one percent ST. 5% means that 3 seats are open, only high
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