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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

HC Interim Order on Monthly Fee Deposit


Present:- Mr. Ashok Aggarwal for the petitioners.
Mr. Shoaib Haider for counsel for the respondent No. 3.

+ W.P. (C.) No. 1128/2010 & C.M. No. 2366/2010

The petitioners are parents of children studying in respondent No. 1 school in various classes. They have filed this writ petition for directions to the respondent No. 1 school to charge Tuition Fee on monthly basis instead of quarterly basis in view of provisions contained in Rules 164-167 of the Delhi School Education Rules, 1973. The petitioners have also prayed for interim directions against respondent No.1 school that they should be restrained from striking off the names of their wards from the rolls for non-payment of quarterly fee for the quarter from January to March 2010 as according to them, they have offered monthly fee for the month of January as well as February 2010, which was not accepted by the school. The petitioners have further prayed for interim directions against respondent No. 1 school to issue Admit Cards for CBSE examinations of Class X & XII to all the students and should not withheld the same on the ground of non-payment of quarterly Tutiion Fee.

Issue notice to the respondents.

Mr. Shoaib Haider, appearing for Mr. N. Waziri, accepts notice on behalf of respondent No. 3.

Notice be sent to respondents No. 1 & 2 on filing of process fee and registered A.D. covers for next date. The respondent No. 1 school, in the meanwhile, is restrained from striking off the names of the wards of the petitioners from the rolls and is further directed to issue Admit Cards to all Class X & XII students for CBSE examinations.
Order be served dasti on respondent No.1 school.

List on 23.03.2010

Order dasti under the signatures of the Court Master.


Thursday, February 18, 2010

HC Judgement on Late Fees


W.P.(C) 12223/2009
RAKESH YADAV ..... Petitioner
Through : Mr. Ashok Agarwal and Mr. Yogesh Chandra, Advs.

RAMJAS SCHOOL AND ORS ..... Respondents
Through : Mr. Sanjay Sharma, Adv. for respondent nos.1 and 2/Ramjas School.
Mr. Shoaib Haider, Adv. for Mr. N. Waziri, Adv. for respondent no.2/GNCTD.
Mr. B.S. Meet, DEO, West A, Director of Education, GNCTD.

1. Grievance of the petitioner is that respondents no.1 and 2 has been charging
late fee @ Rs.10/-, per day, which is illegal, arbitrary, unjust and in
violation of Rule 166 of Delhi School Education Rules, 1973, framed under Delhi
School Education Act, 1973.

2. Learned counsel for respondent no.3/Directorate of Education, has handed over
in Court a communication dated 16.10.2009 addressed by the Education Officer,
Zone 16, to the Manager, Ramjas School (respondent no.1) wherein the school has
been informed that as per Rule 166 only 5 paisa, per day, can be charged as late
Counsel for respondent no.3 further submits that the writ petition will be
treated as a representation and necessary orders will be passed after giving due
opportunity of hearing to the petitioner as well as respondents no.1 and 2
Respondent no.3 shall be bound by the statement made by their
counsel in Court today.

3. Learned counsel for respondents no.1 and 2 Ramjas School submits that till
the representation of the petitioner is decided Delhi School Education Act and
Rules shall be followed with regard to charge of late fee.

4. In view of the stand taken by learned counsel for the parties, nothing
further survives in the present writ petition, the same is accordingly disposed
of in above terms.

February 11, 2010

W.P.(C) 12223/2009 2/2


Monday, February 15, 2010

Late Fee Not More Than 5 Paisa Per Day !!

Now, school can't take late fee more than 5 paisa per day. The HC judgement on late fee is very important. click on the image and see it yourself...