A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Prateek Jalan requested the authorities concernedÂ to deal with the petition by an NGO as a representation and take a choice in accordance with legislation, guidelines, laws and authorities coverage relevant to the info of the case as early as doable and ideally inside three weeks of receiving the court docket’s order.
With the route, the bench disposed of the PIL moved by NGO Social Jurist, by way of advocate Ashok Agarwal, additionally looking for a route to the Delhi authorities to pay the CBSE exam fees of college students in its colleges.
Agarwal, through the listening to through video convention, informed the bench that incomes of many mother and father, particularly these whoseÂ youngsters examine in authorities colleges, have suffered or have been misplaced owing to the pandemic and due to this fact, they’re discovering it powerful to pay the exam fees which vary between Rs 1,200 to Rs 2,500 per pupil.
Delhi authorities informed the court docket that it can’t, this yr, afford to foot the invoice of the scholars’ exam fees as it did final yr as the quantity is over Rs 100 crore.
It informed the bench that it has written to CBSE to waive the exam fees for the present tutorial yr.