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Delhi schools to move court over Kejriwal's management quota diktat

The ongoing tussle between private schools and Delhi government is getting murkier by the day. With the government recently scrapping the management quota from the admission criteria, right in the middle of the ongoing admission season, both private schools and parents have been left in a lurch.

A large number of school representatives met to decide on the further course of action regarding the government’s latest order. More than 200 representatives from various private schools conducted a meeting and unanimously decided on two ways to deal with the current situation. First, they have decided to write to the government requesting for some alterations. If that fails, the schools will consider the second option where they move to court.

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