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Ibrahim," he claimed.s fancy. The underlying motive behind any foreign policy is self-interest. and prosperity, We had decided to conduct second round by December 15 but it got postponed due to winter assembly session. Advocates representing the Bihari Front argued that celebrity is a vague concept and not clearly defined. founder, Admissionsnurserycom a portal representing city parents “Let us not forget that in the absence of a stable government the L-G was under pressure to come up with a set of new guidelines… Social Jurist had already made a representation to the L-G to fix admission norms which was followed by a High Court direction” he said The process for nursery admissions has been embroiled in litigation for the last few years In 2007 and in 2010 lawyer-activist group Social Jurist had challenged the government’s decision to allow schools to allot points arguing that inclusion of any category beyond neighbourhood and draw of lots went against the spirit of the Right to Education (RTE) Act In 2013 the Delhi High Court ruled that the RTE Act was not admissible with respect to nursery admissions beyond the 25 per cent EWS seats The judgment was challenged and the matter is pending in the Supreme Court The guidelines by the L-G came to force after Social Jurist made a representation to Jung to come up with a new order However what set this admission season apart from the rest was unprecedented participation of parents in the litigation process Five sets of parents who had never been to court took the legal route “It has never happened before But it’s a good sign The fact that so many parents can organise themselves knock the doors of court and demand their rights” lawyer Khagesh Jha of Social Jurist said According to lawyer Ashok Agarwal of Social Jurist “The very fact that parents are not trying to pay their way for a seat and instead knocking the court’s door is a welcome sign” “In totality there are no dearth of seats in city schools But when everyone is looking to get their children into the ‘so-called best schools’ in the city it is then we have a problem And frankly the problem will continue till the problem of supply and demand is solved” D R Saini Principal DPS R K Puram said “The most that can be done is to put caps on alumni sibling and other criteria Having categories apart from neighbourhood will always be discriminatory and contested against” Agarwal said Tough battle for parents of kids with special needs The three-and-half-year-old boy wakes up at 730 in the morning attends a therapy centre near his house comes back at 1230 and is again sent to various centres for different kinds of therapies The boy was born with Down syndrome His parents are facing a tough battle for his nursery admission in Delhi Post December 18 2013 guidelines passed by Lt-Governor Najeeb Jung for admissions to nursery the silent minority of parents of Children With Special Needs (CWSN) have been running around the national capital for admissions to a decent school which has proper infrastructure to take care of mentally challenged children “In this city of 917 schools only 43 have some infrastructure to accommodate our kids Out of which there are only a couple which are actually willing to take our kids in rest are just trying to evade us It doesn’t take a lot of infrastructure to make special arrangements in schools for our kids” his mother said The High Court on February 26 this year passed an order that private schools should work out a separate 3 per cent quota to accommodate these children Before the L-G’s guidelines for nursery admissions the CWSN group had a separate draw of lots for admissions But now as per the guidelines there is a 25 per cent reservation in all schools for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Disadvantaged Groups (DG); both these sections are subjected to a common draw of lots “This has significantly reduced the chances of children with mental and physically disabilities to compete for a spot in good schools” she said Paying Rs 30000 to Rs 40000 per month on special care these parents have their own battles to fight everyday “There is a 70 per cent chance of recovery for our kids if they mingle with normal kids of their age” another parent whose four-year-old son suffers from autism said In Old Delhi they run out of admission options He lives in the heart of the city He has applied to 18 schools in and around his area but hasn’t been able to secure admission for his four-year-old daughter in even one of them Nursery admissions are a time of difficulty for city parents — more so for parents in Old Delhi This year the problem seems to have been compounded on account of where they stay “There are hardly any good schools in this area Till last year a parent could apply to as many schools as possible But the eight-km distance criteria has meant that this year we have limited options” Asif Iqbal who stays near Turkman Gate said According to information provided by the Directorate of Education there are a total of 28 private schools in Central Delhi and 13 in the New Delhi area Of these around 10 are minority institutions free to devise their own rules “Not that we have many options every year but this year thanks to the neighbourhood criteria the options are even less” Muhammad Aslam said Aslam is struggling to get his daughter enrolled in a good school “I have applied in schools in Central Delhi and a few in Noida But I am not very keen on sending my four-year-old as far as Noida” he said For some like Furqan Khan an EWS parent the odds are stacked even higher “The rules mean that I have to locate a school for my daughter in Old Delhi only I have applied to seven-eight schools but haven’t heard from even one” he said Residents say that “proving one is an EWS parent is an ordeal in itself because of the difficulty in getting residential certificates made” “Most of us don’t have permanent residential proof Our houses are registered in the names of our ancestors and setting the paperwork right takes time Schools don’t have that kind of time” Imran Khan said While some like Furqan Khan are contemplating enrolling their children in playschools others are thinking of “home-schooling their children” “What option do we have We can’t even ask the government to build more schools here because the area is too congested to build a proper school” Khan said “Galli mohalle ke school mein hee padhana padega bachhon ko (We’ll have to enroll our children in the street schools” he said (Ujala Chowdhry) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News"I think 160 was below par to be honest having seen the scores chased here Probably the worst batting performance of this season for us" Mumbai Indians’ (MI) captain Rohit Sharma said after his teamsuffered a 20-run loss to Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) in Qualifier 1in the 10th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the Wankhede Stadium If you go by the numbers this season and in particular the last game at the Wankhede stadium where 453 runs were scored in total 160 is certainly a par score atthis venue But the way the centre pitch at the Wankhede played on Tuesday evening it took everyone by surprise even the hosts who have made it a bit of a fortress in the IPL Jaydev Unadkat of Rising Pune Supergiant celebrates the wicket of Karn Sharma of the Mumbai Indians Sportzpics The discomfort which the Mumbai batsmen felt trying to chase 163 set by the Pune side in addition to the struggles which their RPScounterparts endured against MI’s slower bowlers it was quite evident that the wicket waspretty slow and certainly not the one where one could score runs freely Rohit’s comments suggested the hosts perhaps struggledto read the conditions properly and certainly failed to apply themselves to the wicket that was quite uncharacteristic to the venue "Shot selection is very important You need to understand the situation and the conditions and respect them You’ve to pick the gaps and take it to the end and we didn’t do that It’s not the end of the world we still have one more shot in Bangalore" Rohitadded The MI captain’s assessment was spot on Mumbai needed to take a leaf out of the Pune innings and stay in the game for as long as possible But the hosts’ batsmen got themselves into trouble playing one rash shot after another The hosts were slightly unlucky with the first two dismissals Lendl Simmons was unfortunate to be run out after Shardul Thakur got fingertips to a straight drive from Parthiv Patel before the balls crashed into the stumps at the non-striker’s end Captain Rohit was on the wrong side of an umpiring decision as he was given out lbw despite getting a clear inside edge before the ball hit his pads Mumbai though had plenty of batting in their locker after the early blows but never really showed the necessary craft to stitch together partnerships Ambati Rayudu Kieron Pollard and Hardik Pandya were victims of some really poor shot selection while Krunal Pandya and Patel were done by slower deliveries at a time when the need for quick runs was paramount The Pune bowlers then had too much class for the Mumbai tail to make somethinghappen at that stage RPS despite struggling to score the runs at a fast rate lost just three wickets till the last ball They cashed in over the last two overs where they scored 41 runs to completely change the complexion of the match Mumbai needed a similar number of runs in their last two overs but didn’t have enough wickets in hand to launch a late onslaught Pune had two crucial partnerships worth 80 and 73 for the third and fourth wicket?Yadav scores his second Test fifty in only his third match. had stated that the procedure of having nominated councillors in the Municipal Corporation should be done away with.

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