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SC refuses to stay HC order allowing pvt schools to levy development, annual fees – Times of India


NEW DELHI: On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to overturn a Delhi High Court ruling allowing unassisted private schools in the capital to charge annual and development fees from students.

The panel of judges, headed by judge A.M. Hanvilkar, disagreed with the Delhi government’s Office of Education (DoE) submission to suspend the notice waiver order to make life easier for the students’ parents.

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However, the higher court made it clear that all of the Delhi government’s allegations would remain open to review by the panel of the high court, as the rejection of the motion was not on the merits.

On May 31, a single panel of a high court judge overturned the Delhi Energy Ministry’s April and August 2020 rulings prohibiting and delaying the collection of annual development fees and charges.

The Delhi government lodged an intra-judicial appeal with the high court and was outraged by the order not to suspend the judgment of the sole judge.



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