Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court-The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court has ordered the state government to implement the government resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 which prohibits the compulsion by the school management to purchase stationeries from specific shops. The court has directed the Dy.Director of Education to implement the government resolution and to see that ‘such instance does not prevail’. The petition was filed by Mr.Sandeep Agrawal on 27.06.2018 through Adv.Radhika Raskar.
The organization has decided to publish this article along with the copy of the court order & also with the government resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 so that the common people who are unable to find these things easily, can download it and use as the reference before the authorities, courts & commissions.
The order of the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court is as follows-
The Government Resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 (Marathi) is as follows- (We are thankful to Smt.Prajakta Pethkar (President, Prajakta Pethkar Education Trust) who has provided copy of this government resolution & has been continuously raising this issue in Pune region).
The English translation in brief of the Marathi Government Resolution Dtd.11.06.2004 is as follows-
The State of Maharashtra vide its notification Dtd.11.06.2004 has declared the compulsion by the schools whether direct or indirect of purchase of the stationeries from particular shop as illegal and has further made provision for the punishments like-cancellation or reduction of grants for granted schools & for private unaided schools punitive provision to declare such school in ‘Blacklist’ is made and also further provisions of banning such institute from receiving any type of concessions whether in term of lands or taxes is also provided. It is further provided boards of CBSE/ICSE boards should also be informed about violations committed by such schools and & if these boards do not take any action, then their ‘No Objection Certificate’ should be cancelled. It is also made mandatory in the same G.R. that the school management must inform the parents any modification in the uniforms & stationeries before at least 1 year.
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