The Supreme Court of India on 30th April 2019 in Miglani Vs State NCT Of Delhi (Criminal Appeal No.744 Of 2019) has held in its judgement that to cheat it or to forge a document is not official duty of the public servant and hence the protection of section 197 of the code of criminal procedure 1973 is not available to the public servant.
The Madras High Court held that the schools have only option to file recovery suit and cannot withhold documents for non payment of fees by the parents.
In a major relief to hundreds of parents of Gujarat & indirectly to crores of parents of India fighting against commercialization of education & illegal fee hike by the private schools, the Supreme Court has directed the private schools of Gujarat to charge the fees as fixed by the Fee Regulatory Committee (FRC) & also… Continue reading Charge Fees as Per FRC & Readmit the Expelled Children-Supreme Court
The Parent Teachers Association Executive Committee (PTA-EC) may approach high courts for their right to approach DFRC.
Bombay High Court-Schools Cannot Fix the Fees Unilaterally neglecting PTA-EC.
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… Continue reading Implement G.R. banning Compulsion of Stationeries by Schools-Bombay High Court
Police Complaints Authority- Legal Remedy Against Corrupt & Inefficient Police
Case Laws against Illegal Fee Hike, Child Harassment & Expulsion by the Schools.